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BUS 214 - Business Ethics -E

This course is an introduction to moral issues in business. Students will be introduced to basic ethical theory and models for ethical decision-making. Students will look at case studies of both unethical and ethical performance by business. This course introduces students to a variety of business ethics problem areas which include: consumer rights, product safety, ethics in marketing and advertising, employment rights, affirmative action, corporate responsibility, regulation, “whistle-blowing,” and environmental responsibility. In this course, students analyze, evaluate, articulate, and defend logical positions on business ethics issues.

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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