Business Ethics has been taught at the “Macarthur” (now “Campbelltown” Campus) of University of Western Sydney in many forms over many years. This article outlines some of the forms that Business Ethics has taken at Macarthur and records some of the successes and failures therein. The authors draw on both current business ethics literature and their experiences in teaching Business Ethics in making some suggestions about various techniques available for incorporating ethics into the commerce curricula. Students' survey responses are also included.
This article was originally published as Smark, CJ and Puttee, C, Business Ethics at Macarthur, in Juchar, R & Tibbits, G (eds), Celebrating Accounting, University of Western Sydney, 2006, 292-301.