This unit examines moral issues in the contemporary business world from both a corporate and individual perspective. Drawing upon Catholic Social Teaching and other Christian perspectives, the unit will look at issues relating to ethical conduct in business, Christian leadership values, corporate social responsibility, globalisation and its ethical dimensions, sustainability, and the rights and expectations of the consumer.
Demonstrate the importance of biblical moral themes as they relate to business ethics.
Engage in critical dialogue with the Catholic Moral Tradition as it relates to issues of ethics in business.
Articulate and appraise the common core values which would characterise an ecumenical approach to business ethics.
Identify and develop research topics on moral issues relating to contemporary business practices in a sustained and self-directed manner.
This unit is designed to have wide appeal. There are no prerequisite units. Knowledge of Catholic Social Teaching would be advantageous but is not essential.
Option A: Learners will engage with weekly lecture input, directed reading activities, facilitated peer discussions, electronic resources and formative feedback to achieve the learning outcomes. OR Option B: Learners will engage in intensive mode with lecture input, directed reading activities, facilitated peer discussion, electronic resources and formative feedback, to achieve the learning outcomes. OR Option C: Learners will engage in mixed-mode learning through 36 engagement hours (24 hours on-campus mode plus 12 hours online mode), directed reading activities, personal study through electronic resources and assessment tasks, to achieve the learning outcomes.
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Unit approved for the University of Divinity by Carolyn Alsen on 20 Jul, 2019
Unit record last updated: 2019-08-05 11:35:32 +1000