MANAGEMENT, ETHICS, AND MEANING (BA5012)

This course concentrates on the role of the manager as an agent for efficient and ethical decision making in modern organizations. Classical and modern philosophical views (variants of the utilitarian, deontologist, and Marxist views) of ethics are presented and applied to a variety of business case studies set in various locations and industries worldwide. The course also explores the deontological variations and interaction with different legal contexts around the world.

Code: 
BA5012
Name: 
MANAGEMENT, ETHICS, AND MEANING
Discipline: 
BA (Business)
Type: 
Regular
Level: 
Graduate
Credits: 
4
Can be taken twice for credit?: 
No
Pre-requisites: 
College Level=Graduate OR College Level=Graduate - Continuing OR College Level=New Student - Grad AND Major=MSc: International Management OR Major=MSc: Int'l Mgmt (NGO & Mission-Based Track) OR Major=MSc: Int'l Mgmt (Sustainability Systems Track)
Co-requisites: 
None