Ethics of Business

Major: Fine Arts, Decorative Art, Restoration
Code of subject: 6.023.00.M.36
Credits: 3.00
Department: Philosophy
Lecturer: Mazuryk M.V. (Sinelnikova)
Semester: 4 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: The goals of the study are: to acquaint students with the classical samples of ethical thoughts and the norms of etiquette, to form the notion of manager’s ethical behavior, to analyze different types of leadership, in order to form the strategies for organization of economical activity in the ethical dimension. As a result of studying the students must know: The contemporary state of ethics in the spheres of enterprise, specify of ethics of business, ethical norms and standards in the history of ethics of business. Be able: to use the basic terms of ethics of business, to adapt theoretical and practical materials to contemporary market’s conditions, to resolve the problems of business life.
Required prior and related subjects: History of World and Ukrainian Culture, Sociology.
Summary of the subject: Ethics of Business and its place in humanities. Operation of the business under the conditions of market concurrence. Ethics and contemporary management. The notion of micro- and macro-ethics. The moral communication as creativity. The choice of the tools of business communication. Business communication and business etiquette. Communication as a kind of social relationship. Conflicts and its roots of solution. Business man and the conditions of successful career.
Assessment methods and criteria: - Current control (40%): oral examination, tests, reports. - Final control (60%): credit.
Recommended books: - Andreeva I. V. Etika delovykh otnoshenij. Uchebnoje posobije. – Saint-Petersburg, 2005. – 213 s. - Borisov V. K., Petrunin Yu. Yu. Etika bisnesa. – Moskva, 2006. – 280 s. - Botavina R.N. Etika menedzmenta: Uchebnik. – Moskva, 2002. – 280 s. - Nevelev O. M. Etyka i etyket u zovnishnij ekonomichnij dijal’nosti. Navchal’nyj posibnyk. – Kyiv, 2009. – 168 s. - Stojan T. A. Dilovyj etyket: moral’ni tsinnosti I kul’tura povedinky bisnesmena. – Kyiv, 2004. – 232 s.