is a 3-credit course exposing community college/postsecondary students to key ethical knowledge, skills, and principles, including integrity, trust, accountability, transparency, fairness, respect, rule of law, and viability. Goals of the course include increasing understanding and application of ethical principles in real-world decision-making; developing skills in recognizing, assessing, and responding to ethical dilemmas; and fostering continued growth in and use of ethical decision-making and leadership skills in social, educational, and professional work environments. Throughout the course, students apply ethical principles to contemporary, real-world situations that young adults often encounter in school, at home, with friends, and on the job.
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