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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT

SEMESTER/TERM

Academic Year 2017/2018

Semester/Term 1
Course Code CBEB 3101 / CIB3001

Course Title BUSINESS ETHICS

Credit 3

Medium of Instruction English

Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None


Minimum Requirement(s)
Main Reference 1. Khalidah, Zukufly & Chai L.T (2014) Business Ethics, 1st
Edition, Oxford University Press

2. DeGeorge R.T (2013) Business Ethics, 7th Edition, Upper


Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson-Prentice Hall

3. Velasquez, M. G. 7th Edition (2012). Business ethics –


concepts and cases. 7th ed. Upper Saddle River, New
Jersey: Pearson-Prentice Hall
Teaching Materials/ Textbook, Case, Journal Articles
Equipment
Learning Strategies Lecture, Case, Written Assignment, Quiz
Student Learning Time 120 Hours
Face to face: 41 Hours
Independent learning: 76 Hours
Assessment : 3 Hours

Critical Thinking : CT1 – CT3


Soft Skills Team Work : TS1 – TS2
Ethics and Moral : EM1 – EM 2

Lecturer Dr. Norizah Mohd Mustamil


Room B-1-08
Telephone/e-mail 03-7967 3949/ norizahmm@um.edu.my
Lecture Session: Tuesday 9am-12pm/ DK 3
Day/Time/Venue

Tutorial Session:
Day/Time/Venue Monday/10.00 am- 3pm /BSB 4

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Important Dates Midterm Examination : Week 8 (e – learning week)


Group Assignment Due : TBA
Final Examination : 1/6/2018
Assessment Allocation of Marks:

Continuous Assessment 50%


 Midterm Examination : 10%
 Group Presentation : 10%
 Group Written Assignment : 20%
 Attendance and Participation : 10%
Final Examination 50%
Total 100%

Guidelines

A. Midterm Examination (10%)


 The midterm examination (week 7) will cover chapters in
the first six weeks of the semester. The test will evaluate
your ability to discuss the basic concepts as well as to
explain the principles and techniques of human resource
management.
 Examination format: Objective test questions.

B. Group Presentation (10%)

Each group will consist of about 3 - 4 students, depending on


the total number of students enrolled for the course in each
semester.

Students are required to do the case study and answer the


review questions at the end of chapters in the text book.

The presenting group may use power point, videos, handouts,


and/or any other presentation materials to facilitate the
presentation. The time allocated for each presentation is 30
minutes (40 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for class
discussion). The presenting group will be evaluated based
on the rubric for presentation (Appendix 1).

The presenting group must turn in the hardcopy of the


presentation materials to the lecturer on the day of
presentation.

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C. Group Written Assignment (20%)

The project should be based on real BUSINESS ETHIC


ISSUE happen in Malaysia and requires searching for primary
and secondary data. The project should examine business
ethic issues involving a real company.
1. Identify a business ethic issue in Malaysia
2. Get the fact and analyze the business ethic issue by using
Business ethic theory that you have learned.
3. Evaluate alternative courses of action
4. Implement and evaluate your decision.

The group must prepare a written report (10-12 pages;


double-spaced; font size 12) for the project and present it in
class. The hardcopy of presentation handout and written
report must be submitted on the day of presentation.
The presenting group may use PowerPoint and any other
presentation materials to facilitate the presentation and
understanding of the topic. Each group will be given
40minutes to present and 10 minutes Q&A.
The presenting group must turn in a hard copy of power point
handout and written report to the lecturer on the day of the
presentation.
v. Evaluation criteria: Please see Individual Student Scoring
Rubric (presentation) and Rubric for Content Assessment
(written report).

This presentation and written assignment will be


evaluated based on the rubric for content assessment
(Appendix 1 & 2).

D. Final Examination (50%)


 Examination format: Essay

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Teaching / * Tutorial Schedule

Lecture References/Teaching
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
Week Materials/Equipment

1 Chapter 1
Ethics and Its Conceptualization in Life
Khalidah, et. al.

2 Chapter 2
Internalizing Ethics in the Conduct of Business
Khalidah et.al.

3 Chapter 3
Ethical Theories and Principles
Khalidah et. al.
4 Chapter 4
Ethical Leadership
Khalidah et. al.
5 Chapter 5
Corporate Governance
Khalidah et. al.
6 Chapter 6
Corporate Social Responsibility
Khalidah et. al.
7 Common Issues at the Workplace Chapter 7
Khalidah et. al.
8 Common Issues at the Workplace / Chapter 7
Mid TermTest Khalidah et. al.
9 Chapter 8
Business Ethics and Information Technology
Khalidah et. al.
10 Chapter 9
Marketing Ethics
Khalidah et. al.
11 Chapter 10
Ethics and the Environment
Khalidah et. al.
12 Chapter 11
Islamic Ethics
Khalidah et. al.
13 Chapter 12
Ethics in the Global Environment
Khalidah et. al.
14 Chapter 12
Ethics in the Global Environment/ Revision
Khalidah et. al.

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Appendix 1: Rubric for Presentation (Group Presentation)

Dimensions 1 2 3
Organisation Lack of sequence Acceptable Excellent sequence
of information sequence
* Content Fulfills a few Fulfills the Fulfills most of the
(weight x 3) requirements of minimum requirements
the assignment requirements of the
assignment
Posture and Lack of eye Some eye contact Excellent posture
eye contact contact and poor and maintain and keep eye
posture acceptable posture contact with
with audience audience
Use of time Presentation Good time Excellent time
exceeds the time management management and
frame but keep an
acceptable appropriate pace
for each point
presented
Attire Inappropriate Good standard of Excellent attire as
attire to the business attire a working
occasion professional
Visual Student uses Student uses visual Student uses visual
presentation visual aids that in aids that relate well aids that explain
general support to text and and reinforce
text and presentation excellency text and
presentation presentation
Confidence Confidence level Confidence level is Confidence level is
is poor average excellent
Elocution Clear Clear and correct Excellent and
pronunciation in pronunciation in precise
some parts of the most parts of the pronunciation in all
presentation presentation parts of the
presentation
Question Student is able to Student can Student answers
and answer only answer with quite all questions with
Answers rudimentary logical elaboration excellent
questions elaboration
References Disclose 1 – 3 Disclose 4- 6 Disclose 7 or more
references references references
Total

Overall Total

* Content
1. Content and presentation of the case.
2. Group’s ability to lead a dynamic class discussion, and
3. Team effort. All group members are required to present.
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Appendix 2: Rubric for Content Assessment (Group Written Assignment)

DIMENSIONS TRAITS 1 2 3

Introduction Not clearly Presents the Clearly


stated about topic but does presents the
the topic not engage the topic in
reader informative
manner

Conclusion Lacks an Summarise and Summarise and


identifiable repeat what has offer excellent
conclusion been said overview of the
topic

Logical Flow No logical flow, Sensible flow but Logical and


ORGANISATION
confusing, inconsistent consistent flow
choppy

Layout Poor labeling Improper and Sections, sub-


of sections, inconsistent topics, tables
sub-topics, labeling and figures are
tables and clearly labeled
figures

Sentencing Poor sentence Acceptable Excellent


connection, sentencing but connection with
long sentences not clear enough clear sentences

Problem No Too broad or too Clear and


statement identification of narrow and focused
statement loosely presented statement

Evidence of Missing or Relevant support Well supported


support irrelevant of ideas with relevant
supporting details
ideas
IDEAS
(CONTENT)
Provision of No example Adequate Relevant
examples given examples with no examples which
connection to the connect to the
ideas ideas

Presentation of Repetitive or Satisfactory Excellent and


argument lack of clear argument original
point argument

REFERENCE No reference Available but Comprehensive


inadequate, no compilation of
proper reference
referencing

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