- A four-course program (three credits per course): Two required courses and two elective courses
- The Managing Ethics in Organizations course (offered jointly with the Ethics & Compliance Initiative) fulfills one of the required courses for the program.
- The Ethical Issues in Corporate Life course is a required course for the program.
- This is attainable with only three weeks in residence at Bentley University.
The Graduate Certificate in Business Ethics program was developed by the W. Michael Hoffman Center for Business Ethics and the Bentley Graduate School of Business as demand grows for advanced education credentials for ethics professionals. Participants learn to handle sensitive ethical issues in business, and develop skills and expertise relevant to working with an organizational ethics office or program.
For more information on this program please contact the Graduate Admissions office at 781.891.2108 or GA_bentleygraduateconnections@bentley.edu
For more information on the Managing Ethics in Organizations program, please contact the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at email@example.com
Managing Ethics in Organizations co-sponsored by the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics and the ECI
This was the first and is one of the foremost executive development courses intended to give participants a practical understanding of ethics and the strategic tools for creating and managing an effective corporate ethics program. The W. Michael Hoffman Center for Business Ethics has partnered with the Ethics & Compliance Initiative in offering the MEO course since 1995.
State Street Global Business Ethics Symposium
The Symposium follows from a multi-year partnership between Bentley University and the State Street Foundation in which international experts, corporate leaders, academics, media, and government representatives come together for an intensive one-day conference dedicated to exploring practical challenges in business ethics and the best practices for responding to them.
State Street Global Business Ethics Faculty Workshop
Extending Bentley’s partnership with the State Street Foundation, this workshop is intended for a small group of faculty members, drawn from around the world, with the purpose of helping faculty members from all fields to better integrate ethical reflection into every aspect of the business education curriculum.
Raytheon Lectureship in Business Ethics
Presented by the W. Michael Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University with the generous support of the Raytheon Company. The Hoffman Center is a partner in the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility.
Verizon Visiting Professorship in Business Ethics
Presented by the W. Michael Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University through the generous support of Verizon Communications, Inc., the Verizon Lectureship is held each year, typically in February.
Sears Lectureship in Business Ethics
Presented by the W. Michael Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University through the generous support of Sears, Roebuck & Co., the Sears Lectureship took place from 1998 until fall 2002.