Jun 29, 2022  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Academic Catalog

UNIV 4334 - Professional Ethics


CIP Code: 38.0103
Credit(s): 3
This course examines moral problems relating to professional practices and the workplace.  By reading and discussing a diverse selection of ethical works, cases, and practical scenarios, students will develop skills in critical analysis and logical argumentation of professional conduct related to moral problems, such as those relating to: the employer-employee and professional-client relationship, business management, criminal justice, logistics, safety, and entrepreneurship. Recognize the differences between the major
ethical concepts and theories; Grasp interdisciplinary connections between philosophy, industry, science, and technology; Read, write, and think effectively and critically about a given text, case, or scenario; Identify and evaluate the strength and validity of arguments, conclusions, and premises; Apply ethical theories to solve complex moral problems that relate to professional practices; Research and present a particular case study or moral problem, a proposed solution, and a logical argument in support of the proposed solution; Identify the potential consequences of their decisions regarding a given case or scenario.

Faculty Consent: N