Ethics
 and Morals both relate to “right” and “wrong” conduct. However, ethics refer to the series of rules provided to an individual by an external source. e.g. their profession. On the other hand, morals refer to an individual’s own principles regarding right and wrong.
 
Here is a table to compare
 
Ethic
Morals
What Are They
The rules of conduct recognized in respect to a particular class of human actions or a particular group, culture, etc. It defines how thing are according to the rules
Principles or habits with respect to right or wrong conduct. It defines how things should work according to an individuals’ ideals and principles
Where Do They Come From
Social System (External )
Individual (Internal)
Why We Do It?
Because society says it is the right thing to do
Because we believe in something being right or wrong
What If We Don’t Do It?
We will face peer/societal disapproval or even be fired from our jobs.
Doing somehign agasint one’s moral and principles can have different effects on different people. they may feel uncomfortable , remorse & depressed
Flexibility
Ethics are dependent on others for definition. They tend to be consistent within a certain context, but can vary between contexts.
Usually consistent, although can change if an individual’s beliefs change.
The “Gary”
A person strictly following Ethical Principles may not have any Morals at all. Likewise, one could violate Ethical Principles within a given system of rules in order to maintain Moral integrity
A Moral Person although perhaps bound by a higher covenant, may choose to follow a code of ethics as it would apply to a system. “Make it fit”
Origin
Greek word “ethos” meaning “character”
Latin word “mos” meaning “customs”
Acceptability
Ethics are governed by professional and legal guidelines within a particular time and place
Morality transcends cultural norms