Courses: Aristotle and Arthur Andersen: Ethical Behavior in the Professional and Corporate World (ICPRH277A01)
Enrollment limited to 25 students.
Through an exploration of ethical theory and case studies, we will examine topics such as: the tension between compliance with the law and the profit motive, professional responsibility and detachment, the proper treatment of clients/patients, short-term vs. long-term benefits, the relevance of social benefits claims to business practice, doing "well" by doing "good", and the dilemma of ethical relativism in the world of international business.
Syllabus: View course syllabus
Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or higher.
Fulfills: SO I
Haverford, Gest 101