PHIL 6003 - Professional Ethics

Description
This course will introduce students to historical ethical foundations that will serve as frameworks for discussion, activities, and projects. Students will examine how to manage relationships both internal and external to the workplace, determining how best to manage those relationships despite challenges such as privacy and conflict of interest. In addition to determining how to resolve workplace conflict ethically and justly, students will assess the difficulties and conflicts that may arise between individuality and workplace standards. Through engagement with practical ethical problems, students will also learn to recognize, analyze, and apply environmental, cultural, and corporate social responsibilities. Course knowledge will culminate in each student's development of a statement of professional ethics. This project will function as an ethical cornerstone in each student's career path.
Credits
3
Attributes
Liberal Arts and Science
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019
Offered
MWF
Avg. Class Size
28
Avg. Sections
1