DONALD G. SODERQUIST COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS PROGRAM

(SYMBOL: BUS)

Togami (Program Director)

 

The Master of Science degree (M.S.) in Leadership and Ethics Program was developed in response to the great need for ethical leadership in our world today. This degree provides a broad set of organizational, leadership, and strategic skills that complement technical training and other specialized experience or skill. M.S. in Leadership and Ethic's students come from a wide range of backgrounds including business, education, government, religious, and nonprofit. Students gain from a variety of innovative educational experiences, and when they graduate, they will have refined their leadership philosophy and developed a greater capacity to deal with ethical and leadership challenges in diverse organizational settings. Students will have the skills and knowledge to transform their vision into a stronger and truer ethical commitment.

 

Requirements for the Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Leadership and Ethics

1. Leadership and Ethics Core Requirements - 24 hours

BUS 7033 Organizational Management and Leadership
BUS 7213 Global Leadership and Ethics
BUS 7753 Financial Acumen
BUS 8013 Research Methods
BUS 8033 Christian Foundations
BUS 8313 Organizational Effectiveness I
BUS 8323 Organizational Effectiveness II

One of the following:

BUS 8883 M.S.L.E. Capstone
BUS 8893 Graduate Milestone Seminar

2. Select three from the following - 9 hours

BUS 7023 Process and Innovation
BUS 7113 Marketing Strategies

BUS 7443 Leading Organizational Transformation
BUS 7453 Personality and Emotional Health in Organizations
BUS 7513 Operations and Management Consulting
BUS 8263 International Business Practicum
BUS 8353 International Stakeholder Management

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