BUSI3006 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (3 units)
- Year 2 standing
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The course covers a range of ethical issues to promote students’ ethics awareness in business. These ethical issues include technology and privacy, CSR, ethics and marketing, whistle blowing, corporate governance, and environmental sustainability. This course helps students understand that if organizations want to improve their ethical climate, the focus should not be on a compliance-based ethics code. Rather, it should be on designing a value-based organization system. The course not only explores the role philosophies have played for handling ethics but also presents frameworks for moral decision making applied to functional business settings such as management, human resources, accounting, marketing and finance. Emphasis will be on applying moral thinking, moral analysis, and a stakeholder approach to solve the problems facing businesses today.
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