JBU's MBA with an emphasis in Leadership and Ethics is designed to not only provide you with academic knowledge in all business-related subject matter, but to also partner that academic knowledge with real world application relevant to you in your professional pursuits. With a JBU MBA, you will be uniquely prepared to offer leadership with character, competence and conscience.
Course requirements for the Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Leadership and Ethics are as follows: (Click on the following links for course descriptions: Business Administration Course Descriptions and Leadership Course Descriptions)
Links to sample syllabi are included for some of the courses.
Business Administration Core (24 hours)
- Christian Foundations for Organizational Leaders
- Designing and Executing Strategies
- Foundations of Leadership
- Managerial Accounting
- Managerial Economics
- Managerial Finance
- Marketing Strategies
- Applied Research Methods
Effective Fall 2010, some of the above courses have prerequisites. For a complete list of graduate business courses for which there are prerequisites, click here: Graduate Business Prerequisites
Leadership and Ethics Emphasis (12 hours)
- Building Teams
- Corporate Governance and Ethics
- Emotional Health in Organizations
- Ethical Decisions in Organizations
- Global Leadership and Ethics
- Leading Change
- Mission, Vision, and Values
- Contemporary Topic Seminar
- Executive Leadership Seminar
- International Business Practicum
Minimum semester hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 hours
Classes are offered at the JBU Rogers and Fort Smith Centers as well as online. Beginning Fall 2013, classes will also be offered at JBU's new Little Rock Center.
Classes meet in the evening from 6:00 - 10:00 one night per week for eight weeks.