Rev. David Cortis osa

Rev. David Cortis osa

Rev. David Cortis osa

 B.Com.(Melit.),B.Accty.(Hons)(Melit.),B.A (Melit.),S.Th.B.(Melit.),S.Th.L.(Comillas)

Assistant Lecturer

Faculty of Theology
Moral Theology
Humanities A
University of Malta
Msida
Rev. Fr David Cortis, OSA, graduated in B. Commerce in 2000 and in 2002 graduated in B. Accountancy (Hons) from the University of Malta, with the dissertation: The applicability of social auditing in the Maltese Co-operatives. He worked as an accountant and an auditor, both in Malta and abroad with KPMG; one of the top-four international audit firms. In 2013 he graduated in Sacred Theology (S.TH.B) from the University of Malta. In January 2016 he obtained a Licentiate in Moral Theology and Pastoral Theology from the Pontifical University of Comillas in Madrid, with the dissertation entitled Moral Signification of Wealth: A comparison between wealth in the Gospel according to Luke and wealth in contemporary capitalism.
He is a member of the Department of Moral Theology as an Assistant Lecturer.

Other
– Course Co-ordinator for MA Business Ethics
– Coordinating the Catholic Social Teaching Higher Diploma course, at the Pastoral Formation Institute (PFI) of the Malta Archdiocese.
– Certified Public Accountant Warrant (Malta Accountancy Board)

Forthcoming publications
– A chapter on St Augustine and illness in a book "Los santos y la enfermedad", Catedra de Bioetica, Comillas Pontifical University, Madrid.
– The Spirituality of the Business Leader in Melita Theologica
  • Business Ethics
  • Justice and Peace
  • Ethics in accounting
  • Economy and Theology
  • Catholic Social Teaching

Cortis, D. 2018, "Emmanuel Levinas: Implications of the relational paradigm for bioethics", Revista Iberoamericana de Bioética, vol. 06, pp. 1-16.

  • EMA1007 - Business Ethics 1
  • INS1000 - Introduction to Insurance and Risk Management
  • MRT5180 - Management, Finance and Marketing: Ethical Issues
  • MRT5205 - Comparative Frameworks in Business and Ethics
  • MRT5206 - International Business Ethics
  • MRT5207 - Work in an Ethical Perspective
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