Organizational Ethics And Social Responsibility –

mgt216

(3 credits)

This course provides a foundational perspective for socially responsible management practices in business. Special emphasis is placed on the inter-related nature of ethics, moral, legal, and social issues in managing individuals, groups, and the organization within a business environment.
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Advisor.

Fundamentals of Business Ethics

  • Differentiate between ethical and moral issues.
  • Compare personal ethics and business ethics.
  • Identify common ethical problems in business.

Organizational Values

  • Analyze the relationship between organizational values and organizational culture.
  • Compare personal values and organizational values.

Ethical Managerial Decision-Making

  • Identify ethical problems faced by managers.
  • Apply the steps of ethical and moral decision making to address management issues.
  • Use different ethical perspectives to make management decisions.

Ethical and Legal Issues in Business

  • Analyze ethical and legal issues in business decisions.
  • Describe the influence of stakeholder groups on legal and ethical business decisions.

Cross-Cultural Ethics and Social Responsibility

  • Analyze ethically and socially responsible business practices across cultures.

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