Business Ethics and Modern Religious Thought (EM)

Subject associations
EGR 219 / ENT 219 / REL 219
Fall 2020
David W. Miller
Registrar description

The course objective is to equip future leaders to successfully navigate ethical dilemmas in their future careers. Students will learn basic ethics theory, classical ethical schools, and develop practical tools for business ethics. The course focuses on the role of religion and spirituality as a resource for ethical formation, frameworks, and decision-making. This will be applied to contemporary business ethics case studies and wider issues surrounding faith and work, and will include guest CEO visitors.