Pretty easy, overall.
It is a required course for any business major or minor, but aside from that, it is worth taking anyways. There is always room for ethics and morality in business, and this class takes an interesting look at how goodwill and good business can both intersect in a fair way.
Above all, I’ve learned that business ethics does not necessarily mean being ‘lily white’, but to at least have a set of core values and policies from which all decisions can be guided. Philanthropy seems to not be so much a requirement of it as does decency.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Be sure to participate with class discussions and at least skim the readings so that you get a basic understanding of the facts.