This course provides an introduction to ethical decision making and ethical leadership. The course examines a variety of ethical issues that employees and organizations face. Course content includes exploration of ethical theories, ethical decision making models, role of governmental policies and corporate governance. Students will learn about practices that help encourage ethical behavior in organizations.
Upon completion of the course students will be able to:
Dr. Rick Revoir is director the Sandbulte Center for Ethical Leadership at the College of St. Scholastica. Revoir teaches management ethics, healthcare finance and accounting courses. His research focuses on business ethics.
Thanks to Kurt Linberg, Tom Buck, Sharon Lohman and Kathy Modin, who contributed to this course.
Tests and practice quizzes will consist of four short, multiple-choice quizzes, one for each unit of content. All tests are administered online and should be completed without any aid from other persons, notes, the Internet, books or anything else. Each unit will contain an ungraded practice exercise.
A special thanks to the C. Charles Jackson Foundation for providing funding for this course.