This course provides students with an overview of business ethics at the individual, organizational, and cultural level. Concerns such as corruption, sexual harassment, fair trade, fraud, whistle-blowing, corporate social responsibility, ethical norms, ethical values, environmental responsibility and examined based on cultural diversity.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Business ethics management strategy is on the ascendancy and has a growing significance regarding Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). This course examines the challenges of ethical decision making while focusing on CSR as a new management paradigm with ethical, responsible leadership and sustainability.
Course Objectives: This course is structured to present students to a wide array of current ethical issues in business but to also foster skills related to critically evaluating the ethical and social dimensions of business-related problems in order to build more ethically-informed rationales for decision making.