BUS 8140 - Corporate and Personal Ethics
This course provides for critical examination, evaluation, and discussion of the major ethical issues that pervade and challenge the 21st century corporate environment. Students will analyze, compare and contrast the goals of corporations and individual conduct in business settings from diverse perspectives. Through readings, critiques, discussions, and research students will examine the integration of the theoretical principles and the practical functions of ethics with socially responsible corporate governance into current business strategies. In addition, students will explore the implications of current corporate responsibility and its relationship to future business practices and ethical considerations.
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Prerequisite(s): BUS 8010
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