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*PLEASE NOTE: THIS CLASS IS IN THE BREAZZANO BUILDING AND WILL BE A 10 MINUTE WALK FROM SAGE HALL
Poor moral judgment can ruin a manager's career or even sink a company. In general, an organization cannot survive without the trust of numerous stakeholders, and ethical lapses destroy trust and threaten vital stakeholder relationships. In today's volatile and fiercely competitive business environment, a manager must be able to identify and effectively resolve ethical issues that inevitably arise in the pursuit of business (and career) objectives. This course is designed to enhance students' skills in moral reasoning as it applies to managerial decision making. It begins by examining normative concepts and principles that typically enter into moral reasoning, then uses those concepts and principles to analyze cases. Discussions are designed to help students understand the moral issues confronting the decision makers in the cases and explore how those issues might be addressed in ethically responsible ways.
Course Visit Details:
Please check in at the Admissions Office in Sage 111 when you arrive on campus. A student ambassador will serve as your host and escort you to class.
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