Organizational Values and Ethics
This course explores the development of business ethics, corporate social responsibility, the ethical dilemmas faced by entrepreneurs, and their impact on start-ups and the broader community through case studies, media, dialogue, and team projects. This course prepares students to address ethical decision-making in the workplace by providing an opportunity to first analyze ethical dilemmas, concepts and ideas to then develop individual and organizational strategies for addressing ethical competencies. Students draw on insights from other courses, real-life experiences, real-world companies and course content. Course includes self-reflective exercises, development, analytical and practical skills for understanding the value of workplace ethics.
ENTR 390.050 & 599.050 | CLASS #25163 (undergraduate) & #25164 (graduate)
Credits: 2 Graded