Moral, Ethical and Professional Decision-making Prerequisites: Minimum of 60 earned semester hours.
This course covers contemporary concepts and fundamental values in moral, ethical, and professional decision-making. Through case analysis, the course covers topics such as professional client relations, confidentiality, professional dissent, and professional virtue in a professional setting. The course also concentrates on the theme of corporate social responsibility and probes how companies craft a balance between increasing profit and improving the welfare of society, promoting sustainable economic development, and committing themselves to fair trade. Offered Spring Semester, annually.