BUS 204 - Ethics in Organizations
This course emphasizes logical approaches for analyzing the sometimes confusing circumstances present in organizations and their influences on making ethical decisions, and how to identify and deal with pressures from forces common within organizations that affect decision making are also discussed. Students also analyze the arguments surrounding the social responsibilities of organizations in a society.
Earned 24 credits or consent of department chairperson.
Foundational Studies Credit
[FS 2010: Ethics and Social Responsibility]
Click here for the Fall 2019 Class Schedule
Click here for the Spring 2020 Class Schedule
Click here for the Summer 2020 Class Schedule
[Add to Portfolio]