The course follows a clear path. The first several classes focus on building an understanding of ethical and moral concepts that that students can apply in a business context. These classes are not about the instructor telling students what is right or wrong, but, rather, about students enhancing their own ability to evaluate the morality of a given course of action. The subsequent courses apply these ideas to the business organization: first, by exploring ways in which managers can reduce ethical violations within their businesses; and secondly, by understanding why people commit ethical violations against, or in support of, their employers. Finally, this course ends with a brief coverage of corporate social responsibility.