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Why are business ethics important in our industry? Now more than any other time in history, a code of ethics plays a significant role in part because technology and digital communication have made it easier to identify and publicize ethical missteps. Amidst growing scrutiny of higher education practices, it’s more important than ever to carry out our work the 'right way’. 

A code of ethics document outlines the mission and values of your school, how staff should approach problems, the ethical principles based on core values, and the standards to which employees are held. Law partially defines the conduct, but “legal” and “ethical” aren’t necessarily the same. Business ethics enhances the law by outlining acceptable behaviors beyond government control.

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What’s included:

  • Code of Conduct & Ethics

  • Regulatory Compliance & FA Regulations
  • Accreditation & FERPA
  • Gainful Employment

  • Diversity, Acceptance and a Code of Community

COURSE CURRICULUM

  • 1

    Getting Started

    • Navigating the Module

    • Pre-Learning Survey

    • Your Journey Begins Here

  • 2

    What are the Codes?

    • Code of Ethics

    • Ethics through Self-Discipline

    • Ten Steps for Ethical Success

    • Code of Values and Morals

    • Ethical Questions to Ask Yourself

    • Code of Conduct

    • Code of Conduct

    • Does it Have to be Right or Wrong?

    • Case Study: Should Valerie be Reported?

    • Quiz #1

  • 3

    Compliance and Institutional Regulation

    • Regulatory Compliance

    • Accreditation

    • FERPA

    • Financial Aid Regulations

    • Placement Statistics and Reporting

  • 4

    Code of Community

    • Workplace Diversity

    • Concern for Each Other

    • 10 Ways to Earn Respect

    • Concern for Customers

  • 5

    Final Thoughts

    • Final Thoughts

    • Quiz #2

    • Post Learning Survey

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Questions

Each student is required to complete all chapters and lessons within the module and score a minimum of 80% on quizzes. Once done, students will become Source Certified and earn a Certificate of Recognition which is downloadable directly from the module.

Students will have access to their course for two calendar weeks from the date of enrollment. If a week passes without activity, an automatic reminder will be emailed to you. It typically takes less than one hour to complete.

No. Each lesson/chapter must be completed in succession in order to move on to the next. This is primarily because the information and concepts are tiered for optimal learning and comprehension.