Ethics And Social Responsibility – eth316 (3 credits)
This course provides a foundational perspective for ethics and social responsibility in relationship to individuals, organizations, and the community. Emphasis is placed on the inter-related nature of ethics, morality, legal responsibility, and social issues
Describe the difference between ethics and morality.
Compare major ethical theories.
Explain the relationship between virtue, values, and moral concepts.
Individual Responsibility in the Community
Describe the responsibility of individuals to the community.
Evaluate the influence of socially responsible efforts.
Apply ethical principles to address organizational issues.
Explain ways in which external social pressures influence organizational ethics.
Assess the relationship between legal and ethical issues in organizations.
Social Responsibility and the Community
Evaluate organizational responsibility to the community.
Summarize the factors in an organization that influence social responsibility strategies.
Identify a social initiative for an organization.
Ethics and Social Responsibility in Cross-Cultural Environments
Analyze ethics and social responsibility issues that arise as a result of globalization.
Compare ethical perspectives across cultures.
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