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Business Ethics in Islam: Course Outline( BBA, BSPS, BSAF)

Ethics (via Latin ethica)"moral philosophy", from the adjective of ēthos ("custom, habit"), a major branch of philosophy, is the study of values and customs of a person or group.


Course Outline

  • Introduction, Importance of business,
  • The Quran and Amal,
  • Islamic Concept of God,
  • Qur'anic Concept of Business (Gainful Business, Losing Business, Maintenance of Records) (Maintenance of Records: Rewards and Punishments),
  • BUSINESS ETHICS Concepts and Cases (Manuel G. Velasquez) Chapter One: Ethics and Business
  • Ethical Principles in Business Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • The Market and Business
  • Ethics in the Marketplace
  • Ethics and the Environment
  • Qur'anic View of Wealth (General Appreciation, Ownership) (The Concept of Halal and Haram, The Concept of Barakah)
  • Qur'anic View of Wealth: Distribution of Wealth and its Effect on Society (Emphasis on Infaq, Distribution: Methods and Institutions)
  • Distribution of Wealth and its Effect on Society (Equitable Distribution and its Effects)
  • Disapproved Business Conduct
  • Concepts&Cases:The Ethics of Consumer Production and Marketing
  • Islamic concept of quality and its management in every process of life, its benchmark

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