Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

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Module Corporate Governance Business Ethics & CSR
H9CGBE: Corporate Governance Business Ethics & CSR Extra Header Data Module Delivered in
Programme Code MBA MSCMGMTD MSCMRKD PGDMGT Programme Master of Business Administration Msc in Management MSc in Marketing Postgraduate Diploma in Science in Management Semester 2 1 1 2 Delivery Mandatory Mandatory Elective Mandatory

Module Delivered in
Programme Code MBA MSCMGMTD MSCMRKD PGDMGT Programme Master of Business Administration Msc in Management MSc in Marketing Postgraduate Diploma in Science in Management Semester 2 1 1 2 Delivery Mandatory Elective Elective Mandatory

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Corporate Governance Business Ethics & CSR APPROVED Corporate Governance Business Ethics & CSR H9CGBE Faculty Member The key aims of this module are to provide learners with the analytical tools necessary for determining the ethical implications of business activities and an appreciation of potential responses to such decisions. In addition learners will develop an in-depth understanding of the local and global frameworks that exists for guiding corporate behaviour. NFQ Level: 9 ECTS Credits: 5

Learning Outcomes: On successful completion of this module the learner will be able to 1. LO 1. Demonstrate an enhanced appreciation for the relevance and practical application of ethics in the role of management 2. LO 2. Critically evaluate the range of ethical issues that arise in management, and business organisations and the theories that are used to model these issues and demonstrate an ability to propose solutions to those issues 3. LO 3. Critically evaluate the different ways in which people may respond to ethical issues at work and what may influence such responses 4. LO 4. Demonstrate detailed knowledge of the development of Corporate Social Responsibility and the responsibilities of business corporations beyond profit maximisation 5. LO 5. Critically evaluate the...
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