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|Course No. and Title:||PHIL 2203 Business Ethics|
|Credit Value:||Three (3) credit hours|
This course provides an introduction to ethical theory and its application to moral issues that arise in business. It is divided into nine units. The first unit discusses the inadequacy of viewing business as analogous to a game. The second unit provides an introduction to various ethical theories. The remaining seven units deal with the ethical dimensions of the following issues: privacy in the workplace, sexual harassment, whistleblowing, bribery, advertising and marketing, responsibility of corporate executives, and affirmative action.
Robert Larmer is a professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of New Brunswick.
Office 211, Carleton Hall.
The course is divided into four sections: i. an introduction to ethical theory; ii. business and the employee; iii. business and the consumer; iv business and society.
Larmer, Robert, Ethics in the Workplace (2nd edition) Wadsworth, 2002
Textbooks can be ordered from the UNB Fredericton Bookstore:
|Evaluation||Three multiple choice quizzes each worth 20% of your final mark. One essay that is worth 40% of your final mark.|
|Time Limit:||6 months from registration date. All course exams and/or assignments must be completed by the designated end date of your course.|
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