Main Menu

Management Ethics

Managment & Ethics Curriculum

 
 
Required Courses
Total Hours 120
General Education
Total Hrs 42
 
Management & Ethics Major
Total Hrs 48
Foundation Studies
9
 
Bible Ethics Courses
18
Written and Rhetorical Arts
 
 
BIB 112 Old Testament Survey
3
1 written comm. course
 
 
BIB 211 Life and Teachings of Jesus
3
1 oral comm. course
 
 
BIB 212 Christian Beginnings
3
1 written or oral comm. course
 
 
BIB 220 Interpretation
3
Humanities
9
 
THE 330 Basic Christian Doctrine
3
Select 9 hours from the following disciplines: Communication, Fine Arts, Languages, Literature, Music, Philosophy
 
THE 435 Christian Ethics
3
 
 
 
Math / Natural Science
6
 
Management Courses
30
Science Course
3
 
MAN 110 Basic Leadership Principles
3
Science or Math Course
3
 
MAN 210 Introduction to Manangement & Ethics
3
Social / Behavioral Sciences
6
 
MAN 310 Economics for Managers
3
Select 6 hours from the two of the following disciplines: Cultural Anthropology, Economics, Family Studies, Geography (excluding Physical Geography), Political Science, Psychology, Sociology
 
MAN 320 Accounting for Managers
3
 
MAN 340 Managerial Finance
3
 
MAN 410 International Issues in Business
3
History or Political Science
3
 
MAN 420 Organizational Behavior and Change
3
History or Political Science course
3
 
MAN 430 Case Studies in Management Ethics
3
General Education Electives
6
 
MAN 440 Business Strategies (Capstone course)
3
 
 
 
Community Service
Total Cr 3
Unrestricted Electives
Total Hrs 30
 
CHR 111 Christian Service / Community Service
CR/NC
 
 
 
CHR 111 Christian Service / Community Service
CR/NC
 
 
 
CHR 111 Christian Service / Community Service
CR/NC

Management & Ethics Curriculum Sequence

SEMESTER ONE (12 credits)

MAN 110 BASIC LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES (3)
This course is an introduction to developing personal and career goals, setting of priorities within these goals, and building a positive self‑concept. This process will allow the goals and priorities to be realized.

BIB 112 SURVEY OF OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE (3)
This course is a general survey of the literature of the Old Testament from Genesis through Malachi.

MAN 210 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT AND ETHICS (3)
This course is a study of planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and controlling/evaluating with the presentation of principles for application to both for‑profit and not‑for‑profit organizations. This is in coordination with an introduction to ethics and the concepts of effective oral and written communication with emphasis on functioning in small groups and organizational settings as well as interpersonal communication.

BIB 220 INTERPRETATION  (3)
This course is an introduction to the interpretation of scripture introducing students to principles of interpretation and exegetical methods and tools with special focus given to understanding principles of interpreting different forms of scriptural literature.

SEMESTER TWO (12 credits)

MAN 310 ECONOMICS FOR MANAGERS (3)
Study of the role of prices and markets in the modern free enterprise economy with an emphasis upon the economic tools needed to better understand economic policy debates and to make better choices as a manager or supervisor.

BIB 211 LIFE AND TEACHING OF JESUS (3)
This course is a study of the life of Christ based on a selected gospel.

BIB 212 CHRISTIAN BEGINNINGS (3)
This course is a study of the history of the beginning of the church primarily focusing on the ministry of Paul and his writings plus the writings of others to those early Christians.

MAN 320 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS (3)
Study of acquisition, analysis, and reporting of financial information in organizations with special attention given to the planning and control responsibilities of practicing managers. Individuals gain confidence in their ability to interpret and use financial information for effective decision-making.

SEMESTER THREE (12 credits)

MAN 330 INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING (3)
Study of the role of marketing in an organization with emphasis given to the factors affecting consumer behavior, development and evaluation of an organization's marketing strategies, and fundamental marketing variables.

THE 330 BASIC CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE (3)
This course is a biblical, historical, and theological study of key doctrines of the Christian faith.

MAN 340 MANAGERIAL FINANCE (3)
This course introduces the student to the essential elements of finance for business. Emphasis is placed on financial management, financial markets, and the tools, techniques, and methodologies used in making financial decisions. Topics include: Financial planning, working capital management, capital budgeting, long term financing, and international finance. Prerequisites: MAN 210, Introduction to Management Ethics, MAN 320, Accounting for Managers

MAN 410 INTERNATIONAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS (3)
This course is a study of world trade and of the problems and issues faced by a business when it goes into the international market. Included is the study of cultural impacts, monetary exchange complications, and the problems faced by multinationals related with dealing in foreign legal and social environments. Prerequisites: MAN 210, Introduction to Management Ethics, MAN 310, Economics for Managers

SEMESTER FOUR (12 credits)

THE 435 CHRISTIAN ETHICS (3)
This course is a senior-level seminar designed to explore the discipline of Christian ethics with a view to practical application of theology in the modern world including various foundations for the study of ethics, abortion, euthanasia, marriage, medical science, racism, sexuality, and the environment.

MAN 420 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR and CHANGE (3)
This course is a study of individual and group behavior in organizations through detailed coverage of the functions of management, individual differences/diversity, leadership, motivation, decision making, organizational design, and organizational change and development. Emphasis is placed on how an understanding of organizational behavior leads to effective management practice. Prerequisites: MAN 210, Introduction to Management Ethics

MAN 430 CASE STUDIES IN MANAGEMENT ETHICS (3)
Reading, discussion and development of papers pertaining to relevant case studies involving personal and organizational ethical issues and problems applied to actual situations.

MAN 440 BUSINESS STRATEGIES, capstone course (3)
This course applies the understanding of strategic management and business policy formulation and implementation. Students will utilize knowledge from all functional areas of business to formulate business strategy and implementation plans through case analysis (may include simulation). Prerequisites: MAN 430, Case Studies in Management Ethics.