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- Compare and contrast ethical framework using discipline-specific language and concepts within a business context in written and oral forms both individually and as a team.
- Propose a moral stance in relation to a complex issue in a business ethics context through the location and management of relevant information.
- Analyse and apply moral frames (in written form) to support/reject a specific moral position as it applies to a business ethics dilemma.
- Argue a stance on a moral dilemma in a business ethics context in a written case study.
- • Normative theories of ethics.
- • Corporate social responsibility.
- • Global ethics.
- • Environmental ethics.
- • The organisation: ethical and moral issues.
- • Ethical practices and expectations at work.
- • Ethical decision-making.
- • Ethics, leadership and culture.
Past La Trobe University students who have previously completed MGT2BEX (Business Ethics) are ineligible to enrol in this subject.
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In this subject, you will be introduced to a number of moral frameworks that you will use to analyse ethical issues for management. You will participate in an innovative and challenging learning experience/process via the completion of online activities and in-class assessment tasks. You will adopt relevant roles to participate in a high-level ethics and rights discussion and debate, considering issues relevant to organisations, global trade, advertising, the environment, politics, corruption and governance and the person as an individual. Working individually and in teams, within a collaborative learning environment, you will explore and analyse relevant literature to develop moral reasoning, in order to present an ethically based case to their peers and/or external parties.
- Analysis of an organisational ethical dilemma equivalent to 1200 words (30%)
- Individual case study equivalent to 2000 words (40%)
- 2 x in-class tests equivalent to 600 words each. (30%)
Current study term: 26 Feb 23 to 26 May 23
Textbook information is pending.