|1.||NAME OF COURSE / MODULE||ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE|
|3.||NAME(S) OF ACADEMIC STAFF|
|4.||RATIONALE FOR THE INCLUSION OF THE COURSE/MODULE IN THE PROGRAMME||To impart knowledge of ethics and corporate governance to Accounting students, and as part of Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA)’s requirement.|
|5.||SEMESTER & YEAR OFFERED||Semester 6 / Year 3|
|6.||TOTAL STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT)||Face to face:
L=lecture ; T=Tutorial; P=Practical; O=Others (Exam)
|Total Guided and Independent Learning:
|7.||CREDIT VALUE||120/40 = 3.00 (3 credit); 2+2|
|8.||PREREQUISITE (IF ANY)||NIL|
|9.||OBJECTIVES||1. To provide an understanding of the underlying ethical theories and philosophies, and values in individual, organizational, professional and societal setting.
2. To apply these ethical principles within the framework of good practice of corporate governance.
|10.||LEARNING OUTCOMES||At the end of the course, learners will be able to:
1. Identify the ethical and governance issues that is critical in the business environment. (LO1-C3)
2. Demonstrate the comprehension of theories, concepts and philosophy of ethics and corporate governance by comparing conventional and Islamic perspectives.( LO1-C3, LO3-CTPS3,C3)
3. Identify alternative course of action relating to ethical and governance 3dilemmas through moral reasoning. (LO1-C3, LO3-CTPS3,C3; LO6-EM2,A4)
|11.||TRANSFERABLE SKILLS||Student should be able to develop a good understanding of ethical issues in the context of individual, organizational, professional and societal setting. Consequently,
students are able to organize these values in their personal life and in their work
|12.||TEACHING-LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT STRATEGY||Teaching-learning strategy:
|13.||SYNOPSIS||The course provides an understanding of the underlying theories and philosophies, and values in individual, organizational, professional and societal setting from convetional and Islamic perspectives. The focus will be on the practical development of skills needed to deal with ethical issues so as to be able to conduct oneself ethically at all times. The application of these principles is best discussed within the framework of a good practice of corporate governance.|
|14.||MODE OF DELIVERY||Lectures and tutorial (SCL)|
|15.||ASSESSMENT METHODS AND TYPES||
|16.||CONTENT OUTLINE OF THE COURSE/MODULE AND SLT PER TOPIC||
1. Rossouw, D., Van Vuuren, L. Abdul Ghani, A., and Adam, M.Z.A. 2011. Business Ethics. Oxford University Press.
2. Cheah Foo Seong and Lee Lok Soon. 2009. Corporate Governance in Malaysia: Principles and Practices. August Publishing: Malaysia
1. ACCA. 2014. Paper P1. Governance, Risk and Ethics, Study Texts. BPP Learning Media.
2. Securities Commission. 2012. Malaysian Code on Corporate Governance (revised 2012).
3. Thibodeau, J.C. & Freier, D. 2014. Auditing and Accounting Cases. McGraw-Hill Irwin: Singapore.
4. Bursa Malaysia. 2001. Listing Requirements of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad.
5. Beekun, R.I. 1997. Islamic Business Ethics. International Institute of Islamic Thought. & Goodword Books.
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