07DLFallMgmt691Syllabus - NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF...

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NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY School of Management Syllabus Diana Walsh, M.A., J.D (N J Bar) Email: [email protected] Webpage : http://web.njit.edu/~walshd/ Course Title: Legal and Ethical Issues Course No.: Mgmt 691 -851 Semester: Fall 2007 Class Timing: Thursday/new topic Course Description/Objectives: 1. To introduce graduate students to the legal, regulatory and ethical issues relevant to business in a changing society; 2. To impart the reasoning and analytical skills needed to apply ethical and legal concepts to business decisions-making; 3. To identify, to write critically, and to debate the ethical and legal dilemma involved in the management of specific problem areas in today business; 4. To provide an understanding of the ethical, social and legal environments within which these issues in business arise; 5. To understand the law and its implications with respect to business by analyzing court decisions and statutes both Federal and States. 6. To provide students with a current snap shop of the most important legal, ethical and social issues affecting today technological environment. Textbooks and WebCt: Required: Newton/Ford, Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society (TS) , 9 th / ed (2006) Halbert/Ingulli, Law and Ethics in the Business Environment , 5 th /ed. (2006) http://iTunes.njit.edu (Lectures with voice) http://webct.njit.edu Articles, Case Law decisions,
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