GEBPAD6376-SECTION-1_WIN2010_Forrer-Combination

GEBPAD6376-SECTION-1_WIN2010_Forrer-Combination - _Hodges...

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Hodges University Graduate Course Syllabus Winter 2010 – Combination Course COURSE TITLE: Professional Ethics, Diversity & Social Responsibility COURSE NUMBER: MAN 6376 / PAD 6376 INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION: Dr. Donald A. Forrer (239) 482-0019 ext 6141 e-mail: dforrer@hodges.edu OFFICE HOURS : Available during posted hours DISTANCE LEARNING POC: Distance Learning – Prof Peter Van Leeuwen Phone: (239) 482-0019 or (800) 466-0019 E-Mail: pvanleeuwen@hodges.edu INSTRUCTOR BIO: http://www.professorforrer.com HOURS CREDIT: Three (3) TERM DATES: Winter2010 – January 14 th to April 28 th , 2010 COURSE MEETING INFO: 15 Weeks – Blended (Combination Live and Online) – Class meetings (Wednesday, Naples campus) Live Dates: Weeks 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, & 14 beginning January 27 th , 2010. REQUIRED RESOURCES: 1) Textbook: Business Ethics, 5 th Edition by Joseph Weiss (2009), Thompson Publishing, ISBN: 978-0- 324-58973-3 2) Web Cam Required for TEGRITY) Recommended: Microsoft VX-3000 or Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 or equivalent 3) (Optional) Publication Manual of The American Psychological Association, 5 th Edition. Gelfand & Walker. APA: 2001. Electronic reference formats recommended by the APA are available at http://www.apa.org/journals/Webref.html. ____________________________________________ Hodges  University 1
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4) Each student must have access to the Internet and have an Internationalcollege.edu e-mail account. Additionally, each student must successfully complete the “IC On-line Blackboard Orientation. COURSE DESCRIPTION: A study of the establishment and management of organizational standards for ethics, social responsibility and cultural diversity. Site visits, film, in class exercises, case studies, readings, simulations, will explore the societal and legal requirements for responsible corporate behavior. The student is required to complete and document a community service project during this term of study. COURSE OBJECTIVES : This course provides students with an intellectual framework for developing their own answers to the following questions: Why, when and how should government intervene in our lives? Should Business or Government take action that benefits the greater good over the good of the individual? How are ethical decisions made while respecting diversity made? What are the stages, and various types? What are the dominant theories in ethics, social responsibility and diversity? What are the most effective roles in ethics, diversity and social responsibility of governments, individuals, non-governmental organizations and markets? How can systematic ethical, social responsibility and diversity considerations play a constructive role in policy debates and policy making and personal action? Then be able to:
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