BSAD 8000 BUSINESS ETHICS: ACHIEVING SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (2 credits)
This core MBA course will explore the relationship between law and ethics, will examine the generally-accepted theoretical principles associated with doing business ethically, and will examine practical ethical issues associated with various facets of business.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): BSAD 8060 or BSAD 8070 (prior to or concurrent) or admission to the MAcc program. Students with an undergraduate major or a graduate degree in Law may not include this course in a plan of study for the MBA degree. Not open to non-degree students
The mission of the MBA program at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) is to prepare students to contribute significantly to organizational productivity through learning experiences, emphasizing the application of sound and innovative business techniques. By acquiring the knowledge and abilities necessary to be a problem solver who is influential, innovative, and socially responsible, the graduate of the UNO MBA program will be an effective leader in enhancing organizational capabilities. The graduate will be well prepared for a responsible management position and will have an understanding of the technological and global business environment.
Graduate students may complete a graduate minor in business administration. The minor requires the approval of the MBA advisor, completion of the MBA foundation courses, and the completion of a minimum of nine (9) graduate credit hours of BSAD courses, at least six (6) of which are in BSAD courses open only to graduate students (8000-level or higher), excluding courses which are foundation courses for any degree program. BSAD 8060 cannot be counted toward the minor. A grade of “B” (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) must be earned in each course counting toward the minor. All hours counting toward the minor must be earned at UNO.
...ISQA 8000-level elective courses and a minimum of three credit hours of the BSAD...