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Faculty of Business Administration University of Regina

Summary: Faculty of Business Administration
University of Regina
Business Ethics - Winter 2012
BUS 306-002 Monday 7:00-9:45 pm ED 619
Instructor: Jim MacKenzie, MBA, DAA, FCIP (Hons.)
Office: ED 524.5
Office Hours: Mondays 6:00-6:45 pm (except Jan. 9 & Feb. 20)
Phone: Work 306-791-9464 (8:30-5:00 M-F)
Home 306-949-8824
Mobile 306-591-5938 (try home / work first)
Fax: 306-525-8540
Email: jim.mackenzie@uregina.ca
Learning Objectives
This is an overview course to demonstrate the importance of ethical considerations in organizational
administration. It is designed to give undergraduate students a conceptual and practical knowledge
of business ethics. This course will provide students with expectations of the professional world
while exploring the personal basis for ethical decision making. This class will consist of lectures,
class discussions, debates and presentations.
This course has no specific course prerequisites except that you must have completed 45 credit hours


Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina


Collections: Mathematics