ETHICS ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB
This web site is brought to you by the good folks at the College of Communications at California State University, Fullerton.
If you have suggestions for additions, contact Paul Martin Lester by E-mail or through his home page.
Courses, Seminars, and Workshops in Ethics
Ethics Training Guide
"A Guide to Ethics Training and Corporate Compliance in the Modern Workplace"
Sarbanes Oxley Software
"The Sarbanes-Oxley act or SOX was a federal law that was introduced in 2002. It was implemented after a series of public companies were exposed in high profile accounting scandals. Some of the big name public companies that bit the dust prior to the creation of the SOX were Enron, Tyco International and Adelphia. Sarbanes Oxley software for large companies is an absolute must have if they want to make the tedious process of complying with the Sarbanes Oxley Act a process free of headaches, or at least one with fewer headaches."
Accounting Ethics from RIGOS
RIGOS professional education programs offers workshops such as: participants develop a sensitivity for corporate human resource ethical dilemmas by analyzing models, case studies and videos. A follow up ethics audit engagement is also available.
The Practical Ethics Center Courses
The Practical Ethics Center offers summer courses in cooperation with the Office of Continuing Education at The University of Montana. A complete listing of summer courses (plus registration forms, syllabi, faculty and travel information) can be found by clicking on the link at the left. Summer ethics courses can also be found in the summer course catalog, listed under Summer Spectrum Courses. Most of these courses can be taken for undergraduate or graduate credit, can be audited (there is a record of taking the course on the transcript, but no grade), or can be taken at a reduced price for no credit. Registrations are processed by the Practical Ethics Center.
Journalism 460 - Ethics
Web links for studying journalism ethics by Professor Tom Brislin, Department of Journalism, University of Hawaii.
Ethics and the Internet
A course by Wendy Robinson of Duke University. Check out her reading list here.
The SET Home Page
Society, Ethics, and Technology course at Trenton State College. Includes links to lecture notes and ethic sites on the Web.
ethics home page