Course Department: 
Accounting
Course Frequency: 
Annually
Course Description: 

The course examines topics of current interest in organizational and professional ethics with particular attention focused on accountancy. The role of moral philosophy from the perspective of multiple ethical frameworks is discussed in terms of individual and public debates about controversial issues, such as the professional obligation, the responsibilities of individuals in government and corporations, and the role of the corporation as a “legal person." The goal of the course is to help students think, speak, and write clearly in the form of organizational and professional ethics. Prerequisites: Accounting 278. One unit.

Course Number: 

360