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Essential Business MOOCs For August

Ethics 2

 

Business Ethics for the Real World

 

School: Santa Clara University

Platform: Canvas

Registration Link: Business Ethics for the Real World

Start Date: August 18 (Self-Paced)

Workload: Not Specified

Instructor: Kirk O. Hanson

Credentials:  Hanson teaches courses in Santa Clara’s University’s MBA and EMBA programs. At the university, he also heads the school’s Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. Before he joined Santa Clara University, Hanson taught business ethics for 23 years at Stanford University.  A Stanford graduate, Hanson received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Aspen Institute’s Center for Business Education in 2007. He is considered a pioneer in the field of business ethics.

Graded: Not Specified

Description: Ever wonder how to tell right from wrong in some cases? In this course, Hanson will provide “practical advice on how to identify ethical dilemmas when they arise; how to get enough information to assess one’s responsibilities, how to analyze a complex ethical choice, and how to marshal one’s own resources and courage to act ethically.” The course will include video lectures, peer-assessed assignments, discussion forums, and a group project.

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Additional Note: Professor Hanson is also offering a “Creating an Ethical Corporate Culture” course, which builds off “Business Ethics in the Real World.” To register for this course, click here.