2020-2021 University Catalog

BUS 321 Business Ethics

Business ethics is the moral analysis of business activity and practices. It considers business actions and decisions in the light of moral principles and values, and asks whether ethical motives in business activity would make business better and more effectively serve the common good. The world of the marketplace is fraught with ethical challenges that require careful reflection in light of the Biblical concepts of holiness, justice and love. This course will explore numerous ethical theories to develop a comprehensive biblical perspective on contemporary issues such as accounting, consumer behavior, marketing, management, employee relationships, discrimination and sustainability.

Credits

2

Prerequisite

BUS 302

Offered

Fall Semester