A study of the roles of the professional in general and the accountant in particular in contemporary society with respect to economic, social, political, and technological problems.
Course Credits: 3
Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course other than graduate standing.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Define the foundations for ethical decision-making and behavior.
- Apply ethical foundations to the role of business professional decision-making in corporate, partnership, and/or small business settings.
- Survey professional standards and ethics.
- Relate professional and corporate codes of ethics to ethical foundational principles.
- Examine professional and corporate codes of ethics in accounting, management, marketing, and finance settings.
- Apply ethical perspective to current issues in business.