AACSB International Conference,Montreal 2004
What to do if you have no ‘residentexperts’-available resources...
invite guest speakers & experts who have developedsuccessful programs
send faculty &/or administrators to theAACSB “Teaching Business Ethics Conference”
– Boulder, CO (July 21-23, 2004)
acquaint faculty with resources such as the
Wall Street Journal
weekly business ethics reviews
AACSB “Ethics Education Resource Center”
A Review of 286 AACSBMember Schools Reveals...
• Ethics in mission statements:
• 59.4% no reference• 23.1% reference importance of ethics in missionstatement, yet do not require a course• smaller schools more likely to address issue thanlarger colleges & universities
• Required ethics course(s):
• 40.6% (overall) require an ethics course
– 68% of private– 30% public
Source: Cheryl L. Buff and Virginia Yonkers “A Study of Ethics in MissionStatements and Curriculum of AACSB Undergraduate MarketingPrograms,” working paper, Siena College.
AACSB Ethics EducationResource Center
– the Ethics Education Resource Center is acomprehensive source for information, tools, &discussion about ethics education in business schools.
improve ethics education inbusiness schools
assist management educators toachieve business ethicseducation objectives