During the business ethics course, accounting ethics principles are incorporated into business ethics. Therefore, not only accounting students, but also other business students can learn some basic ac... ... middle of paper ... ...table to incorporate ethics into accounting courses. 2.3 Separate accounting ethics course Separate accounting ethics course should be instructed by business school and accounting department, and its objectives are to improve accounting students’ moral reasoning abilities, to introduce accounting professionalism codes, and to help students conduct ethical decisions in accounting ethical dilemmas. Junior and senior year of college might be the best time to conduct separate accounting ethics course, because accounting students have learned fundamental ethical principles from other courses, as well as enough professional accounting knowledge to identify ethical dilemmas. During the lectures of separate accounting ethic course, both passive and active teaching methodologies are included to improve the effectiveness of accounting ethics education.
2) To know what factor that influence student to choose self-employment as their career. 1.4 Scope of study This research focuses on the particular part which is student self-employed intention towards on business and the risk of business in Malaysia. The selected respondents are student faculty of economic and business at UNIMAS. Researcher chooses these respondents because researcher wants to investigate how many students would like to build their own business. In addition, researcher chooses students UNIMAS because it make easily to collect data also can identify how much student from faculty economic and business choose self-employed as career after graduated.
According to Toren (2011), Students can learn entrepreneur basics in university corresponded to university programs. Therefore university can provide general knowledge and other lesson which related to business for graduates to start doing business more profitable. Professional connections are another advantage for tertiary education. Some student... ... middle of paper ... ...lippers from the people whom he met in Kenya during his volunteering. As a result, some people can start doing business because of their experience or environment during their university and lead to a successful business.
(17) Loeb, Stephen. "The Evaluation of “outcomes” of Accounting Ethics Education." Journal of Business Ethics 10.2 (1991): 77-84. Web. 22 Jan. 2014 Summary: Evaluation of accounting ethics education is important, because both internal and external stakeholders, such as universities and public policy makers would like to consider the results of these new programs.
Though they suggest that the universities should be involve in an early stage, in the education of upper level students in order to make them more aware of entrepreneurship as a career alternative. Ramekin R., Station G., Dumciuviene D (2013) in their studies “Explaining Entrepreneurial Intention of University Students: The Role of Entrepreneurial Education” established that in spite of the chosen study program, young people studying in the hig... ... middle of paper ... ...ve influence of family background on a student to have the intention of becoming an entrepreneur; their result stated that “results show entrepreneurial intention was predicted by the need for achievement, family business background, and subjective norms except the desire for independence”. Sieger et al (2011) founds more explanatory factor, they conclude that on a global view students prefer organizational occupation to fresh business startups for at least during first five (5) years directly after graduation but this tends to become weak after the first five (5) years of graduating as they now prefer to be their own manager. CULTURE AND ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION National culture consists of all underlying value, norms and systems that are specific to a group or society which motivate individuals to act in certain ways (Hofstede, 1998), such as starting a business.
It was found that ethics teaching, “can impact student awareness of ethical issues, but more effective instruction was required along with methods for assessing outcomes. To successfully teach ethics, professors need an organizing paradigm and Kohlberg’s (1981, 1984) model of moral reasoning seems well suited to this task” (Frank, Ofobike, & Gradisher, 2009, p.133) Then in the late ‘90’s frauds took place that began to change the thinking of how effective and necessary ethics education may be (Frank, Ofobike, & Gradisher, 2009). In 1998, an early study on how effective ethics teaching can be on students’ ethical reasoning was performed. The researchers found that indeed there was an improvement in the students’ ethical reasoning after one semester of ethics learning (Carlson & Burke, 1998). Fast forward a few years and many more studies have been performed on the ability of ethics education to have an effect on students’ ethical behavior.
The thoughts that wander through individuals brains as they decide whether to cheat is a struggle. Ethics are a set of moral principles that dictate a person’s behavior. The importance of ethics for college students is astronomical. Employers look at the ethical values and views of college students to determine the future of their companies. In 2001, the Journal of Academic & Business Ethics stated, “By gaining an insight into how college students perceive an activity to be ethical or unethical, businesses can determine how these potential hires will make ethical business decisions when confronted with similar moral dilemmas in the real world” (Lau 2).
b Several accredited universities are delivering EQ training in hopes of preparing their students for the workplace. Grossman (2000) states: A current trend in education is to teach students about how their emotional intelligence can have a positive or negative effect on their career. Many universities are now offering courses in interpersonal relationships and emotional intelligence in an attempt to prepare students to be leaders. Leaders cannot lead in isolation, and an educational delivery system that features team building and collaboration is growing by the numbers. (p. 48) Emotional intelligence skills are a crucial component for a successful career in business.
2008) Two research-based articles which used expectancy theory to examine the factors impact target object in different circumstances are compared in this critique article. These two articles are both scholarly and on the base of research in universities from U.S. And they also have similar aims toward different objects. The aim of Chen Y et al (2006) article is to examine key factors that motivate members of business faculty to increase productivity of research by applying expectancy theory. To reach this aim, authors investigated 10 business schools in U.S, test several propositions. The primary aim of Geiger M et al (1998) article is to use expectancy theory to assess motivation of accounting student in non-U.S. cultures.
Educational leaders who are effective and demonstrate ethical responsibilities create learning environments that are ethical, visionary, motivational, and people-centered. Learning about ethical issues and ethical decision-making models could help develop e... ... middle of paper ... ...., & Ulrich, T. A. (1988). A Longitudinal Survey of Business School Graduates' Assessments of Business Ethics. Journal of Business Ethics, 7(4), 295-302.