MGT331-05B Managerial Ethics and Social Issues (with Staff)
Examines the kinds of ethical principles (e.g. justice, equality, rights and obligations, and the public interest) generally offered in justification of ethical judgments. Students learn to apply these principles to the social and economic issues that managers face, such as pollution, safety, discrimination, and fiduciary and product responsibilities. The course includes a research paper on an ethical problem in management.
Prerequisite(s): MGT 303, pre-req (or co-req) MATH 134, 135, 140, 141, 145 or 146 and a minimum of 60 credits. MGT majors only. Department Permission Required.
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