They will be taught the principles of a code of ethics, getting skills as regards acting with integrity, diligence, respect, competence, with respect to customers, supervisors, employers, colleagues, and general public.
The course will enhance students’ situational awareness and decision-making skills by nurturing improved leadership, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Upon the completion of the unit, students will be able to demonstrate critical thinking, including the ability to explain issue, also to find, analyze, and select appropriate evidence, as well as to construct a persuasive argument that articulates conclusions and their consequences.
The course will teach how to use reasonable care and exercise independent professional judgement when undertaking a professional action. A special emphasis will be given to the communication and decision-making process under ethical dilemma. Upon completion of the program, students will be able to formulate ideas and concepts clearly and coherently orally and in writing to a broad range of audiences, and interact with others in large and small group settings. Another achievement will be related to gaining a new understanding of their own moral perspective in the consideration of both contemporary ethics in business ethics.
The unit will contain topics on professionalism, integrity, duties to clients, duties to employers and conflicts of interest.