Business Ethics


Introduction to ethical decision making in business and the moral principles and standards that are available to guide behavior in the world of business. Course work explores the impact of individual value systems on decision making and stakeholders; investigates and develops both normative and descriptive ethical decision making frameworks; analyzes ethical issues that business managers face in formulating policies about employees, customers, products, society, technology, and the environment; describes how organizations can influence the ethical behavior of their members; examines the interaction between science, technology, and society; and analyzes the impact of technology on the employment experiences of members of society, on industry and the economy, and on international business. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): MGT105 and MGT301 and MKT240 or MGT115 and MGT301 and MKT240. (Science, Technology and Society)