GISD608-01C Ethics and Professionalism in Global Inclusion and Social Development (with Dolly Daftary)

GISD608-01C Ethics and Professionalism in Global Inclusion and Social Development (with Dolly Daftary)

Ethical issues are prevalent in multiple contexts. At the personal level, ethics may determine how we choose to interact with others; within organizations, ethics may influence the strategies used to reach organizational goals; nationally, ethics can have a role in determining priorities and shaping the policy agenda; and at the global level, ethics may often determine the quality of relationships and degree of cooperation between international bodies. Ethical competence by individuals, organizations, and nations requires that one's conduct be congruent with generally accepted moral principles and values. This course introduces students to ethical theory and how ethics are shaped by values, as well as ethical standards and codes that guide professional practice and conduct in global inclusion and social development. The course also teaches students strategies and techniques to identify and help address ethical issues in practice, research, and evaluation in a variety of contexts (local, regional, national, global, cross-national) and settings (health, disability, community development, cross-cultural). Students in the master's and doctoral programs in global inclusion and social development can choose to take this course or the Cultural Competency: Impacts on Innovations and Model Development course.

Credit(s):

3

Location:

Online

Day(s) and Time(s):

Sep 11-Dec 8
Web Conf: Tu 7:15-8:15p

Availability:

Registration for Fall 2017 is closed.
Class Number:14296_Fall2017
Your Price: $1,725.00

Important Dates:
Registration begins: July 24, 2017
Online registration ends: 8:30am on the day of the first class meeting

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