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PSMA 7715 Ethics in Public Service

Credits:
3

Format: Online
Duration: 8 weeks

Probes ethics in public service through the ethical realities faced by professionals in government, healthcare, religious, educational, and other nonprofit organizations. Designed to develop and broaden awareness and appreciation of the power wielded by the public service professional, of the values public service professionals are expected to maintain, and of the ethical dimensions of public service management. The course is geared to developing operational skills for ethical analysis and action.

 

Course Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of PSMA 7715, you will have the skills to:

  • Develop operations based on your understanding of ethics in public service.
  • Inspire colleagues through the exhibition of public service ethics and values.
  • Identify and address ethical issues faced by professionals in diverse public service sectors.

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