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Practicum in Business Ethics II (ETH198)
Maalot Jerusalem, and other approved locations.
16 hours (classroom-based or distance learning) and 320 hours of field work in a business setting.
April 2016 - Present.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: discuss various theories and frameworks for investigating issues and apply the theories to a range of issues in the workplace. The course is open to students across disciplines and provides integration of ideas across multiple business disciplines.
Major topics include: dishonesty in the workplace, management of values in modern business settings, ethical status of employer(s) and employee(s), ethics in financial transactions, gender discrimination, and boundaries as related to cultural differences. Other topics include: readings from Business Ethical Literature, philosophical works of applied ethics and moral codes of behavior from Classical Judaic sources, and organizational behavior as related to ethical decision making. At the discreation of the instructor, special topics of interest may be examined and guest lecturers may be invited to share their expertise. Students are required to write and present a paper dealing with current ethical issues within their respective fields of business.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 4 semester hours in Business or Ethics (4/16).