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    May 24, 2016
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    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    This course is very informative on ethics and moral values that not only effect people in work but also in their personal life. The professor in this course although tough was very positive in feedback and helpful in understanding what was going on at all times.

    Course highlights:

    In this class I learned that sometimes in life a person has to weigh the pros and cons when it comes to following your work ethics and personal ethics. What I mean is if you have good personal ethics and morals about doing what is right just because it is right, and then you have a job that asks you to go against your own personal morals or ethics, you would have to make a judgement on what is more important and what the consequences would be if you went against your job. An example would be like if you were an intern at a law firm and was asked to give a weapon back to a defendant by your boss even though that weapon might have been used in a robbery what would you do. This is a scenario that I had to answer that question. It was very interesting to find out from other classmates what they would do and why. I think that not only giving your opinion about something but hearing what other students think broadens your thought process to further a person in life.

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    12+ hours

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    Always keep an open mind and don't judge others on their opinions because we are all allowed to have our own opinion about what is being discussed. Read the suggested materials and stay on top of all your assignments. Finally ask as many questions as you want because the only "stupid" or "dumb" question is the one not asked.

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