This course deals with the principles of ethical behavior in modern society at the level of the person, society, and in interaction with the environment and other shared resources. This will also teach the students make moral decisions by using dominant moral frameworks and by applying the seven step moral reasoning model to analyze and solve moral dilemmas.
The course is organized according to the three aim elements of the moral experience which are agent, act and reason of framework for the act.
This course deals with nature of mathematics, appreciation of its, practical, intellectual, and aesthetic dimensions, and application of mathematical tools in daily life. The course begins with an introduction to the nature of mathematics as an exploration of patterns and as an application of inductive and deductive reasoning. By exploring these topics, students are encourage to go beyond the typical understanding of mathematics as merely a set of formulas but as source of aesthetics in patterns of nature. The course then proceeds to survey ways in which mathematics provides tools for understanding and dealing with various aspects of present-day living.
This course deals with the fundamentals of operations management, competitiveness, strategy, productivity, forecasting, inventory management, choice of location, total quality management, and other related topics that are necessary to equip the students with knowledge, skills and attitude they need to survive and thrive in today's world.
A study of the concepts of law in general. It
covers (a) obligations, their nature, elements, sources, classification,
effects and modes of extinction; and (b) contracts, their nature, elements,
effects, form, interpretation, rescission, nullity, annulment and enforcement.