Syllabus - MISSION STATEMENT Develop business and civic leaders for a changing world Supporting Values Ethical Entrepreneurial Engaged CATALOG

Syllabus - MISSION STATEMENT Develop business and civic...

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MISSION STATEMENTDevelop business and civic leaders for a changing world. Supporting Values: Ethical, Entrepreneurial, EngagedCATALOG DESCRIPTIONSystematic examination of alternative ethical decision making approaches necessary to business planning. Provides a critical thinking framework for analysis and discussion of alternative ethical decision-making approaches. Case analysis provides experience in the implementation of the ethical decision making framework.COURSE PREREQUISITE(S)Business Majors Only
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GENERAL EDUCATION TAGSThis course is tagged for Informed and Ethical Responses to Personal,Civic, and Global Needs (#6). The artifact for this tag is the Individual Case.CORE (BIZ) COURSES ONLYThis course is part of the Business Core. The need for ethical behaviorin business planning is implicit throughout the course. Business planning is explicitly developed in our discussion of Chapter 3, Emerging Business Ethics Issues, Chapter 4, The Institutionalization ofBusiness Ethics, Chapter 5, Ethical Decision Making and Ethical Leadership, Chapter 8, Developing an Effective Ethics Program, and Chapter 9, Implementing and Auditing Ethics Programs.COURSE OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course a student should be able to:C1 - Define values, ethics and ethical leadership. C2 - Identify ethical issues common in business. C3 - Explain the importance of ethical decision-making. C4 - Explain a pragmatic model for making ethical decisions. C5 - Apply the model for making ethical decisions to a business situation and identify the ethical decision.C6 - Apply a framework for critical thinking.
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DISABILITIESStudents requiring particular accommodations because of physical and/or learning disabilities should contact their Dean’ office prior to or during the first week of classes. For additional information, see: WORK QUALITYMessy or poor quality written work containing numerous errors in grammar, syntax, spelling, typos, etc. will receive substantially lower points. The instructor reserves the right to give an “F” for an assignment with excessive typos/mechanical errors/spelling errors.Note: This course is an active-learning, collaborative, reflective course. Student participation and engagement is expected and required on a daily basis. Moodle Rooms will be used for announcements, assignments and exams.Class assignments/tests/topics are subject to change as needed.WeekDayDateChapterTopicLearning Obj.AssignmentIM1/13Introduction/Syllabus/ExpectationsC6W-F1/15,17Critical ThinkingC6Group NameIIM-F1/20, 22, 241Mon: MLK Holiday No ClassThe Importance of Business EthicsIN1, C1, C5, IN2, IN3, IN4, C6Read Chap 1, Ch1 Quiz
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IIIM1/272Stakeholder RelationshipsIN5, IN6, C6Read Chap 2, Ch2 QuizW-F1/29, 312Social Responsibility; Implementing aStakeholder PerspectiveIN7, IN8, IN9, IN10,IN11, IN12, C1, C6IVM-W2/3. 53Emerging Business Ethics IssuesIBE1, C2, C6Read Chap 3, Ch 3 QuizReflection Paper 1 DueF2/71-3Test 1All AboveMoodleVM-W2/10, 124
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