Report On Ethical Decision Making Essay
From: Anne Marie Isaksen, Educational Researcher, Section A
Date: November 10, 2014
Subject: Requested Report on Ethical Decision-Making for AUCC website
As you requested, I have completed my research and report on ethical decision-making in relation to university business students. This report is essential for universities and colleges across Canada to understand the importance of ethics and the correlation between ethical decision-making and their students. I have gathered information from three scholarly reports from ProQuest that cover various areas of the ethical decision-making background. In this report you will learn: (1) what ethical decision-making is, (2) how it correlates to students behavior moving into the workplace, and (3) the aspects that influence ethical decision-making.
What is Ethical Decision-Making?
Ethical decision-making is decisions made by a person based on their morals, values and standards. To really understand what ethical decision-making is, you must first understand the definition of “ethics”. Ethics is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “a set of moral principles”. (Merriam-Webster,2014) When someone makes an ethical decision, they take into consideration their own personal values. “Is this the right thing to do? Should I do this or shouldn 't I?” These would be the types of questions you might ask yourself before making an ethical decision. Business students are especially likely…