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CvSU Mission
CvSU Vision Republic of the Philippines Cavite State University shall provide
The premier university in
historic Cavite recognized for CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY excellent, equitable and relevant educational
opportunities in the arts, science and
excellence in the development Don Severino de las Alas Campus technology through quality instruction and
of globally competitive and Indang, Cavite relevant research and development activities.
morally upright individuals. It shall produce professional, skilled and
morally upright individuals for global
Department of Social Sciences and Humanities

2nd Semester, AY 2018-2019

Students are expected to live by and stand for the following University tenets:

TRUTH is demonstrated by the student’s objectivity and honesty during examinations, class activities and in the development of projects.

EXCELLENCE is exhibited by the students’ self-confidence, punctuality, diligence and commitment in the assigned tasks, class
Core Values performance and other course requirements.

SERVICE is manifested by the students’ respect, rapport, fairness and cooperation in dealing with their peers and members of the
In addition, they should exhibit love and respect for nature and support for the cause of humanity.

The College shall endeavor to achieve the following goals:

1. Develop competent critically minded and morally disciplined students and graduates who can meet the demands and challenges of
the national and the global markets;
Goals of the 2. Conduct researches that contribute to the theory and practice in the arts and sciences relevant to the institutional, regional and
College/ national thrusts, and ably conform the national and global standards;
Campus 3. Extend direct and indirect services to target clientele and be a partner of government and non-government entities in community
development and;
4. Develop partnership nationally and internationally with government and non-government agencies and/or enhance the college’s existing
resources and services.

The department of Social Sciences and Humanities shall endeavor to:

1.continuously upgrade the standard of teaching towards the realization of intended development of major courses in Social Sciences and
Objectives of
2. continuously raise the quality of academic services to the students by finishing master’s and doctoral studies and constantly
the Department
participating in trainings and seminars; and
3.vigorously align the department’s commitment with that of the University’s vision of molding globally competitive and morally upright

Program Educational Objectives (based on the program CMO)

The Bachelor of Science in Business Management program shall:
1. Produce graduates who have knowledge on the different tehories and principles underlying the study of business management ;
2. Apply the concepts, techniques and principles of business management providing training and technical assistance to the clientele for the effective
and efficient use of the organizational resources;
3. Produce development-oriented management and socio- economic resources; and
4. Produce morally upright enterpreneurs, manager, corporate people and other professionals.
2nd Semester, AY 2018-2019
Course Lecture _x_
Course Code GEND 02 ETHICS Type Credit Units 3
Title Laboratory ___
Course Ethics deals with principles of ethical behavior in modern society at the level of the person, society, and in interaction with the environment
Description and other shared resources
Lecture: ______________________________
Pre-requisites N/A Course Schedule
Laboratory: ______________________________
Student Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives
Program Educational Objectives (based on the
Program/Student Outcomes (based on the program CMO) program CMO)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
The students should:
a. Define and see Philosophy as part of everyday life and society
b. Analyze self and other’s actions in line of ethical theories
c. Analyze concepts of right and wrong in cultural, natural and human laws
d. Synthesize patterns in moral and ethical experiences
e. Distinguish the significance of Ethics in society
f. Evaluate Philippine culture in ethical theories
g. Understand and internalize ethical behavior in other concepts of society

Course Outcomes and Relationship to Student Outcomes
Program Outcomes Addressed by the Course Program Outcomes Code
After completing this course, the students must be able to: A b c d e f g
1. Define Ethics and its significance in the field of business, be it with
money or other concepts
2. Identify the genre of Ethics and its importance in human life D D D D D D D
3. Demonstrate different ethical theories and categories I D D D D D D
4. Evaluate ethical dilemmas in both society and culture, to cultivate
5. Evaluate how other factors influence ethics in the Philippines as a
member of society
*Level : I-Introductory E- Enabling D-Demonstrative
No. of Hours Teaching and Outcomes-based
Intended Learning
Topic Learning Activities Resources Needed Assessment
Lec Lab Outcomes (ILO)
After the completion of the I.
chapter, students should Introduction Reference Book
be able to: - Definition of Philosophy and its - Socratic Dialogue
1. Understand the definition relevance in general, explaining - Classroom Handouts Class participation
of Philosophy with ethics as different branches of Philosophy Discussion
3 hour its introduction to introduce Ethics - Discussion and Prepared Lecture Assignments
2. Know the definition of - Definition of Ethics and its examples on current
Ethics relevance to Morality events pertaining to the Whiteboard/Blackboard Seatwork
3. Know the definition of - Definition of Morality topic
Morality Marker/Chalk Oral recitation

After the completion of the II. Reference Book

chapter, students should - Difference of Ethics and Class participation
be able to: Morality Handouts
1. Differentiate between - Definition of Moral Standards - Debate on ethics and Assignments
3 hour Morality and Ethics and what the Moral Standards morality Prepared Lecture
2. Differentiate between are - Classroom Seatwork
moral standards and non- - Definition of Non-moral Discussion Whiteboard/Blackboard
moral standards Standards and what the Non- Oral recitation
moral Standards are Marker/Chalk
After the completion of the III. Reference Book Group Discussion
3 hours
chapter, students should

be able to: Handouts Group Recitation
1. Define a Moral Dilemma - Moral Dilemma - Group Discussion
2. Be able to give types of - Types of Moral Dilemma - Socratic Dialogue Prepared Lecture Seatwork
Moral Dilemmas - 6 levels of Moral - Examples on current
3. Be able to give the levels Dilemma/Judgment events pertaining to the Whiteboard/Blackboard Class Participation
of Moral Dilemma/Judgment topic
Marker/Chalk Long Quiz

After the completion of the IV.

chapter, students should Part Two Reference Book
be able to: - Freedom and Circumstances - Socratic Dialogue Class participation
1. Define the meaning of - Moral agent - Classroom Handouts
freedom and its connection - Human as the Moral Agent Discussion Assignments
to circumstances - Role of Culture - Discussion and Prepared Lecture
9 hours
2. Be able to define the - Moral Behaviour examples on current Seatwork
concept of a moral agent as - Values events pertaining to the Whiteboard/Blackboard
a whole - Universal Values topic Oral recitation
3. Understand the Filipino - Moral Character Marker/Chalk
Culture/Man under the - Moral Development Long quiz
concept of the Moral Agent
After the completion of the V. Reference Book
chapter, students should - Feelings as obstacles or help - Socratic Dialogue Class participation
be able to: in decision making - Classroom Handouts
1. Understand the - Importance and disadvantages Discussion Group work
9 connection of of feelings in decision making - Discussion and Prepared Lecture
hours feelings/subjectivity in moral - 7 step moral reasoning model examples on current Seatwork
decision making - difference between reason and events pertaining to the Whiteboard/Blackboard
2. Understand the will topic Oral recitation
connection of reasoning and - Role Playing Marker/Chalk
impartiality/biases Quiz
After the completion of the VI. Reference Book Class participation
chapter, students should Part Three
be able to: - Aristotelian Ethics - Socratic Dialogue Handouts Group work
1. Understand what is the - Telos - Classroom
teachings of Aristotle’s - Virtue as habit Discussion Prepared Lecture Seatwork
Ethics - Happiness as virtue - Discussion and
2. Understand what is the - Principle of moderation examples on current Whiteboard/Blackboard Oral recitation
teachings of St. Thomas’ - Thomasian Ethics events pertaining to the
Ethics - Law and Happiness topic Marker/Chalk Quiz

- Cardinal Virtues
After the completion of the VII. - Socratic Dialogue Reference Book Class participation
chapter, students should - Kantian Ethics - Classroom
be able to: - Categorical Imperative/ Discussion Handouts Group work
1. Understand what is the Duty Bound Ethics - Discussion and
teachings of Kant - Good Will examples on current Prepared Lecture Seatwork
2. Understand what is the - Utilitarianism events pertaining to the
teachings of Utilitarianism topic Whiteboard/Blackboard Oral recitation

Marker/Chalk Quiz

Suggested Lecture Requirements:

1. Mid-Term Examination
2. Final Examination
3. Quizzes/Seat works/Recitations
4. Class Reporting/Reaction Paper
5. Assignments
6. Class or Group Project (Term Paper/Project Design/Case Study/Feasibility Study/Culminating Activity/Portfolio)
7. Class Attendance

Suggested Laboratory Requirements:

1. Laboratory Reports
2. Individual Performance
3. Quizzes
4. Mid-Term Examination
5. Final Examination
6. Attendance

*All exams must follow a Table of Specifications (TOS) and Rubrics for evaluation of student’ performance or projects.

A. Grading system for 2 units lecture and 1 unit laboratory (i.e. DCIT 21; 3 units; Lec - 2 hrs & Lab - 3 hrs)
Lecture – 60%
Laboratory – 40%

B. Grading system for 1 unit lecture and 2 units laboratory (i.e. DCIT 22; 3 units; Lec -1 hr & Lab - 6 hrs)
Lecture – 40%
Laboratory – 60%

C. Grading system for 2 units lecture and 3 units laboratory (i.e. ELEX 50; 5 units; Lec – 2 hrs & Lab – 9 hrs)
Lecture – 30%
Laboratory – 70%


96.7 – 100.0 1.00

93.4 – 96.6 1.25
90.1 - 93.30 1.50
86.7 – 90.0 1.75
83.4 – 86.6 2.00
80.1 – 83.3 2.25
76.7 – 80.0 2.50
73.4 – 76.6 2.75
70.00 – 73.3 3.00
50.0-69.9 4.00
Below 50 5.00
INC Passed the course but lack some requirements.
Dropped If unexcused absence is at least 20% of the Total Class Hours.
Total Class Hours/Semester: (3 unit Lec – 54 hrs; 2 unit Lec – 36 hrs)
(1 unit Lab – 54 hrs; 2 units Lab – 108 hrs; 3 units Lab – 162 hrs)

A. Attendance
Students are not allowed to have 20% or more unexcused absences of the total class hours; otherwise, they will be graded as “DROPPED”.

B. Classroom Decorum
Students are required to:
1. wear identification cards and the prescribed uniform at all times;
2. turn off or put in silent mode cellular phones during class hours;
3. clean the classroom before and after classes;
4. avoid unnecessary noise that might disturb other classes;
5. practice good manners and right conduct at all times;
6. practice gender sensitivity and awareness inside the classroom; and
7. come to class on time.

C. Examination/ Evaluation
1. Quizzes may be announced or unannounced.
2. Mid-term and Final Examinations are scheduled.
3. Cheating is strictly prohibited. A student who is caught cheating will be given a score of ”0” for the first offense. For the second offense, the
student will be automatically given a failing grade in the subject.
4. Students who will miss a mid-term or final examination, a laboratory exercise or a class project may be excused and allowed to take a special
exam, conduct a laboratory exercise or pass a class project for any of the following reasons:
a. participation in a University/College-approved field trip or activity;
b. due to illness or death in the family; and
c. due to force majeure or natural calamities.



De Gusman J.M. etal, (2017) ETHICS Principles of Ethical Behavior in Modern Society, Manila: MUTYA Publishing House, Inc.

Panizo A., OP. (2008) Ethics a Textbook in Moral Philosophy, Manila, UST

Date of Revision Date of Implementation Highlights of Revision

Prepared by: Evaluated by: Approved:

ROMAN P. JACINTO III, FHS, MACEd. _______________________________________ ______________________________________

Instructor Department Chairperson Dean
E-mail Address: Department of Social Sciences and Humanities College of Arts and Sciences
Consultation Schedule: T-TH 7:30 am to 8:30 am E-mail Address: Date Approved: _______________________
Date Prepared: January 30, 2019 Date Evaluated:_________________________