Business Ethics

— BUSI 323 (3)

Examination of the central moral issues raised by business activities and practice. It begins with an exploration of various utilitarian and respect-for-persons ethics and traces out the very different results they yield in ethical decision-making. Then, by way of case studies, it examines a host of specific business-related issues: employee rights, affirmative action, 'reverse discrimination', fairness in advertising, and the duties of corporations in protecting the environment. Prerequisites: PHIL 101, 102, or 6 credit hours in Philosophy.
Course Code: BUSI 323 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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