College ethics courses dive into issues from business theory to modern scientific research. In the process of exploring these issues and raising questions a good course will draw on a wide body of literatures including humanities, management theory, and the social sciences. Among the most important goals of a course are: 1. To jointly examine ideas and perspectives in the field of study and extend these ideas/perspectives to administrative practice and decision making 2. To enhance our moral sensibility and expand our capacity for moral inquiry, dialogue, and decision making.