Corporate Social Responsibility And Business Ethics
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Because of covid 19 the discussion tutorials for this subject have been replaced with written assessments - these are 500-1000 words, and you're required to argue for/against a particular issue. There's no individual feedback on these but the lecturer does provide some exemplars and a few general critiques of the cohort's work each week. There are also quizzes every week (these are quick but require a copy of the textbook), and an essay (2500 words) about Westpac negligence. Honestly this unit can be pretty dry at times and I wish we used more contemporary texts that addressed current issues, but the unit is straightforward, the exam is fair and the lecturer is quite nice.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020
While the content was interesting and a bit thought-provoking, the tutorials were a drag. A normal tutorial would consist of going over the lecture content, some class discussion, application questions, group work etc. Tutorials for this unit involve a pair of students giving their own lecture with varied applications to an organisation, event or ethical dilemma (i.e. the group assignment) every week and everyone else sitting there pretending to listen.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
An interesting subject that forces you to question the ethics behind a lot of business related issues. This unit is offered at the Caulfield campus, but also as an international study abroad unit taught at the Monash Prato campus. I studied this at Prato and really benefited from the small class size and discussion based learning and would recommend it as a good winter unit option for anyone who wants to combine minimal study with a lot of travel opportunity!