MN3100 - Business Ethics

This course will examine business ethical principles/concepts as well as the many ethical issues/dilemmas facing organizations today. The course will also explore the various government regulations and laws impacting and restricting business operations as well as stakeholders and corporate social responsibility/governance, ethical issues in the workplace, business ethics and the law, ethical decision making, ethics program and audits, and globalization and emerging trends. Students will have the opportunity to research, analyze, and critique various organizational practices and policies, particularly codes of conduct and codes of ethics.


Prerequisite(s): AC2260, HN1240, MR2100, and PS2340



This course is offered in the following programs:
Business Management (Human Resource Management)