STRT-583 Business Ethics
Spring for 2005-2006
The purpose of the course is to enhance student appreciation for, and ability to deal with, ethical, public, and crucial dimensions of problems they will face as managers. The course emphasizes the interplay between the economic dimensions of those problems and their ethical, political, and social aspects. The course is designed to: familiarize students with the recurring ethical problems faced by managers in their dealings with others inside and outside the firm, and the recurring normative problems of the public policy and regulation concerning business; introduce them to certain key concepts, principles, and approaches to normative analysis, and give them practice in recognizing and evaluating arguments; and give students the opportunity to reflect on their own values as they relate to the job of the manager. Prerequisites: All preceding required first-year MBA courses.
Prerequisites: MBA 1st Years Only
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