- Name: Changing Environments
- Division: Professional & Applied Technology
- Discipline: Management Science
- Units (Credits): 3.00
I. Catalog Course Description
Prerequisites: Admission to the Organization & Project Management program OR admission to the Construction Management program OR consent of Division Director.
Focuses on managing ethically in the changing cultural, economic, political, technological and global environments of business.
II: Course Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should/should be able to:
- Understand the responsibility regarding ethical behavior at work.
- Discuss how today’s companies are addressing business ethics.
- Understand the differences among ethics, integrity, values, and social responsibility.
- Describe methods of determining ethical stands and resolving ethical dilemmas.
- Discuss business ethics as a dimension of social responsibility.
- Understand the role of corporate governance in ethical behavior as a dimension of ethical decision making.
- Understand the roles of culture and multinational corporations in business ethics.
- Gain awareness of a number of ethical issues around the globe.
- Identify ethical issues facing businesses today, including issues associated with honesty and fairness, conflicts of interest, fraud, discrimination, and information technology.
III: Course Linkage
MGT 462–Changing Environments–meets a requirement of the BTech Program.
MGT 462 promotes the following Student Learning Objectives of ensuring that students:
- Have college-level skills in reading, writing, and oral communication that are at a level appropriate to their degree and/or emphasis.
- Develop solid problem solving, creative reasoning, and critical thinking skills.
- Posses effective and efficient learning skills, including locating and evaluating sources of information.
- Understand the importance of cultural traditions, diversity, and ethics in the modern world.
Scheduled MGT-462 classes:
There are currently no MGT-462 classes scheduled for this term.