|Title||Leadership and Ethics|
This course is no longer active. Students may enroll in LEAD 555 - Leadership and Ethics.
Designed to promote an understanding of the philosophical, religious and civic traditions of leadership as the ethical construct of democratic practice in organizations, institutions and societies. Students gain greater awareness of the contradictions that influence contemporary organizations, especially in U.S. society. Also addresses non-Western views of morality. Case studies give students the opportunity to clarify their own ethical standards.
|Syllabus||PDF document (747.2 KB)|