Offered by the University of Lausanne, Unethical Decision Making in Organizations is a course that equips its participants with the skills required to assess the risks of unethical behavior occasioned by organizational contexts. It employs analytical tools across many disciplines such as management, sociology, psychology, philosophy, and even literature, in order to have a better grasp of unethical behavior. It does not only teach you why and how people make poor ethical decisions but also how you can avoid falling into the same pitfall. The course requires no background expertise. It is available for both laymen and specialists.