IB/MG 329 - Business Ethics

This course enables students to understand the role of business ethics from an organizational and decision-making perspective. It is designed to demonstrate how to integrate ethics and responsibility into business decisions; to trace the historical foundations and evolution of business ethics; to examine the relationship between stakeholder orientation and corporate social responsibility; and to explore ethical business issues such as conflicts of interest, bribery, fraud, insider trading and intellectual property rights. The specific German variation of corporate social responsibility will also be examined in this course, including business leadership on environmental sustainability.

Course Information

Discipline(s):

International Business
Management

Term(s) Offered:

Winter Quarter

Credits:

3

Language of instruction:

English

Contact Hours:

45

Prerequisites:

One course in any of the following areas: Accounting; Business Administration; Economics; Finance; Industrial Management; International Business; International Law; International Management; Marketing; Philosophy; Psychology

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