University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus
 
CUE 4003 - Entrepreneurial Ethics and Values
Credits: 3.0 [max 3.0]
Grading Basis: A-F or Aud
Typically offered: Every Spring
This course offers an undergraduate introduction to organizational integrity and responsibility and related legal and social issues. Students will acquire an integrated and normatively substantive foundation in business ethics that distinguishes ethical justification from regulation by law and market forces. They will also develop skill for discerning the intrinsic ethical vocation for organizational leadership, develop an awareness of the effects of managerial decision making on the moral rights and interest of oneself and others. Additional, learn to appreciate the normative dimensions of managerial decision making in the context of a complete way of life, including family life, religious traditions, civic responsibilities, global integration and boarder issues of social justice. Students will also become proficient in systematically articulating ethical arguments to justify organizational policies and practices; and to grow in personal commitment to building organizational cultures that promote and reinforce ethical conduct. prereq: CUE 3001, no grad credit