SOC 7100 Ethical Financial Leadership in Human Services

Students will evaluate and analyze the role of ethical financial leadership in Human Services organizations, including the effects on the organization and its stakeholders when ethical lapses in financial matters occur. Students will examine and reflect on classic and contemporary leadership theories, societal and personal values and ethics, multiculturalism in leadership, diversity, equity and inclusion, and leadership through conflict and change. Students will evaluate what it means to lead Human Services organizations ethically and compassionately while managing competing financial priorities in pursuit of the organization’s mission, vision, and values. Students will apply their learning to real-world contexts, preparing them to meet the challenges for which they will be responsible as ethical financial leaders in local, national, and global Human Services settings.