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BUS 405 Ethics and Islamic Values in Business
Department: BSc in Business Management & BSc Industrial Engineering
Module Description: The main aim of this module is to enable students to acquire a critical understanding of the foundations of business ethics in Islamic societies; to develop a sound understanding of the nature and importance of business in Islam; to identify the Islamic Value System; to learn key management and organisation issues in Islam.
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