BUS-362 Ethics in Business
Prepares students to be agents of Shalom in business organizations. Familiarizes business students with three key knowledge areas that are important for both doing business ethically and encouraging others to do likewise: current legal stipulations for business conduct, normative frameworks for evaluating actions or policies, and systems and techniques for promoting ethical behavior and overcoming rationalizations for misbehavior. Develops skills in evaluating the legal and ethical ramifications of actions or policies, and in persuasive argumentation in support of ethical actions or policies, through case studies. Hones virtues of honesty, courage, charity, creativity, empathy, humility, stewardship, compassion, justice, faith, hope, and wisdom, through reflective written exercises and case studies. Prerequisites: Business 360, Philosophy 153.