BM 311  Personal Ethics in Organizations

Students explore fundamental questions about what is right and wrong from the perspective of major ethics traditions and within the context of organizations. This exploration will begin by considering whether we can know the "good" and by considering the role of personal and religious worldviews. Using class discussions and case studies, students examine concepts of justice and the role of personal morality within organizations. The final case study will look at the relationship between ethics and effective business leadership. Prerequisites: BM 301 .  5 crs.

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