course examines the concept of ethics, their origins and types, mainly
development, professional, and work ethics. The course also looks at the
pertinent theories of ethics such as Kantianism, utilitarianism, and equality
and their relevance to development. The course concludes by analysing ethical
issues in Africa and the developing world, such as corruption, tribalism, wars
and conflict, and the loosers and benefactors.
the end of the Course Unit, students should be able to:
concepts related to professional and development ethics
the theories of ethics and their relevance in development
the causes and effects of ethical issues like corruption to development
the ways in which workers deviate from their professional ethics
the importance of professional ethics in development
the end of the Course Unit, students should be able to articulate and adopt
especially development, work and professional ethics and appreciate their
relevance in development.