In April, he will begin the ethics courses he will have to accept Carlos Alberto Délano and Carlos Eugenio Lavin, owners Penta who were convicted of tax crimes.
Both entrepreneurs to serve in custody for four years in prisonIn addition, they were forced to pay a fine of $ 857 million and subordinate to these classes, which will culminate in December and will be taught at a postgraduate school University of Adolfo Ibáñez (UAI) in Las Condes.
As stated by La Tercera, courses will take place Friday from 9:30 to 12:30 from April 4 to December 13 next year.
Modules will be taught by 15 teachers and will include subjects such as Applied general ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics.
"As far as the methodology of study is concerned, it will be focused on the development of critical thinking from class realization, which will be supported by the discussions and active participation of Carlos Délan and Mr Carlos Lavin," the applicant says.
The study will cost $ 30 million and its costs will be borne by two entrepreneurs condemned by unlawful policy funding.
Dean of the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Francisco José Covarrubias, told the media that "it is inappropriate to comment on details, but it is an adaptation to the ethics that all UAI students (in all competitions) have in their Core Curriculum for three years."
"This course consists of an overview, reading of the authors and discussion in small groups, three classic streams of ethics (virtues, utilitarianism and deontology) In this case, some added legal and business aspects have been added"He added.