THS3220 Moral Theology in Public Administration

Course Overview

Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Christo Lombard

Course Description:

Fundamental and current ethical issues in public administration will be examined. Through a variety of approaches, students will explore principles of ethics and theories of justice applicable to the public administration profession.

How This Course Benefits Students:

Many Christians can and should serve in leadership positions in the public sector. This course will give them the theological underpinning and the practical skills to live and work with integrity as they make decisions and relate to people in public administration.

Why This Course Is Important:

There may be few places where Christians can have a profound impact than in the marketplace and public sector. This course prepares students to lead in the public sector with Christian character and integrity, so that they may be missional in all kinds of settings.