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Garett Lieber, Megan Loberg, Eric Roat, Kelley Robinson, Clay Reierson, Scott Schmaltz, Allison Snatchko, Patrick Sullivan, Jenna Vandenbark, Erika Wesselink and Haley Zink recently completed the program, introduced in January by the Nashville, Tenn.-based Center for Public Trust, an arm of the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy.
The center launched the program, available to colleges and universities nationwide, as a supplement to business ethics instruction.
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In the future, other business college classes such as Business Ethics, will incorporate the ethics certification, and non-business majors will be able work toward the certification through UNC’s chapter of the Center for the Public Trust.
The ethics certification is part of the college’s commitment to business ethics, which also includes involvement in the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Consortium, consisting of eight universities in a four-state region.