Main field of studyBusiness Administration
Course typeProgramme course
Course coordinatorÅsa-Karin Engstrand
Director of studies or equivalentSvjetlana Pantic Dragisic
|Course offered for||Semester||Weeks||Language||Campus||VOF|
|F7MIT||Master Programme in IT and Management (Master)||3 (Autumn 2019)||v201934-201938||English||Linköping||v|
|F7KSY||Bachelor programme in Information Systems Analysis (Management and organisational development)||5 (Autumn 2019)||v201934-201938||English||Linköping||v|
|F7YEF||Business and Economics Programme - International - French (Business)||5 (Autumn 2019)||v201934-201938||English||Linköping||v|
|F7YEK||Business and Economics Programme (Business Administration)||5 (Autumn 2019)||v201934-201938||English||Linköping||v|
|F7YES||Business and Economics Programme - International - Spanish (Business)||5 (Autumn 2019)||v201934-201938||English||Linköping||v|
|F7YET||Business and Economics Programme - International - German (Business)||5 (Autumn 2019)||v201934-201938||English||Linköping||v|
Main field of studyBusiness Administration
Course levelFirst cycle
Course offered for
- Master Programme in IT and Management
- Bachelor programme in Information Systems Analysis
- Business and Economics Programme - International - French
- Business and Economics Programme
- Business and Economics Programme - International - Spanish
- Business and Economics Programme - International - German
The general admission requirements as for the programme.
Intended learning outcomes
The overall aim of the course is to develop the student’s understanding of ethical issues in organizations in a global perspective with a particular focus on both knowing ethics and being ethical.
After completion of the course, the student should be able to
-account for and discuss critically key ethical theories in a historical and global perspective
-problematize and assess organizations’ ethical tools
-problematize and assess organizations’ engagement with social responsibility
-problematize and assess the consequences of unethical organizational behavior on people, other organizations and society
-reflect upon the individual’s responsibility and possibility to act as an ethical organizational member
Ethical issues play an important role in various types of organizations in different parts of the world. This course problematizes and sheds light on ethical issues on different levels and in relation to different stakeholders. Key ethical theories and research are presented and discussed. Organizations’ work with ethical issues as well as the effect of their actions are scrutinized. The individual’s possibilities for acting ethically are analyzed. Different ethical issues and dilemmas are approached from a range of theoretical perspectives.
Teaching and working methods
The course will consist of lectures and seminars. Students will learn from individual work as well as team work. Homework and independent study are a necessary complement to the course. Language of instruction: English.
The course is examined through continuous individual and group assignments, and an individually written exam. Detailed information about the examination can be found in the course’s study guide
Students failing an exam covering either the entire course or part of the course twice are entitled to have a new examiner appointed for the reexamination.
Students who have passed an examination may not retake it in order to improve their grades.
GradesThree-grade scale, U, G, VG
Planning and implementation of a course must take its starting point in the wording of the syllabus. The course evaluation included in each course must therefore take up the question how well the course agrees with the syllabus.
The course is carried out in such a way that both men´s and women´s experience and knowledge is made visible and developed.
DepartmentInstitutionen för ekonomisk och industriell utveckling
See 'readingsstudyinfo.pdf' under the tab Additional documents.
The course literature consists of articles that can be accessed through the LiU library or on the learning platform Lisam. More information can be found in the course Study guide.
|EXA1||Written Examination||U, G, VG||4 credits|
|UPG3||Seminars and Group Assignments||D||2.5 credits|
|UPG4||Reflection Journal (individual)||U, G, VG||1 credits|
|UPG2||Reflection Journal (individual)||U, G||1 credits|
|UPG1||Seminars and Group Assignments||U, G||2.5 credits|
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