ETHICAL LEADERSHIP AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
(4 credit hours)
Spring or As Needed | Prerequisites: MN201 & BS350 or consent of instructor
This course will examine the ethical dilemmas of leadership, the foundations, and context of moral choice, the moral implication of decision-making within public organizations and the impact upon staff, morale, personal integrity and citizens. The purpose is to make visible the ethical challenges and decisions criteria facing leaders, to explore the leadership role in sharing the organization's ethical culture, and to examine governmental alternatives in a post-Enron, post-Madoff world.