Business Management & Leadership (BMAL)

Business Management & Leadership (BMAL)

BMAL 500  Organizational Behavior  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Online Prerequisite: ACCT 511 or BMAL 590 or BUSI 561 or Bus Cmn Pro Cpnt/27hr BUSI Req with a score of 3

This course discusses managerial competence in understanding the human output of organizations from the viewpoints of individual, group, and organizational systems levels. Emphasis is given to assessing one's personality and values and to applying course material to one's work environment. (Formerly BUSI 500)

Offered: Online

BMAL 501  Strategic Leadership and Management  3 Credit Hour(s)  

This course provides a comprehensive perspective on leadership and management, from both an historical and current practices perspective. The link between management and leadership is examined and the application of leadership theory is explored. (Formerly BUSI 501) (Crosslisted with BMIS 501)

Offered: Online

BMAL 504  Leading Organizational Change  3 Credit Hour(s)  

This course examines the concepts and practices of both leadership and followership in order to create successful change.

Offered: Online

BMAL 530  Accounting for Non-financial Managers  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Students will study the crucial aspects of financial analysis and management so that they will have an understanding of the requirements to identify, measure, and communicate financial information. Topics in this course include: financial reporting, underlying accounting assumptions, performance measures, ratio analysis, cash flow, time value of money and budgeting.

Offered: Online

BMAL 550  Effective Executive Communication  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Online Prerequisite: (BMAL 590 or BMAL 530) and (BMAL 560 or Bus Cmn Pro Cpnt/27hr BUSI Req with a score of 3)

Executives in professional organizations are expected to solve problems and make decisions, but ultimately, they must communicate them effectively to a variety of stakeholders. This course is designed to integrate knowledge of the pervasive impact of computer and other information technologies with time-honored communications principles to enable students to maximize their effectiveness in diverse and technologically dynamic business environments. (Formerly BUSI 550)

Offered: Online

BMAL 560  Corporate Responsibility  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Online Prerequisite: BMAL 501 or BUSI 561

This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of issues such as the role of business in society, the nature of corporate responsibility, business ethics practices, and the complex roles of government and business in the global economic community. That is, it presents the "non-economic" strategy that a company must have to survive in tomorrow's business world. Underlying this, of course, is the importance of personal character and the Christian worldview. (Formerly BUSI 560)

Offered: Online

BMAL 570  Ethical Leadership  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Online Prerequisite: BMAL 504 and BMAL 530 and BMAL 550

This course focuses upon ethical issues and dilemmas faced by leaders. Definitions of ethical leadership are reviewed as they relate to values and culture. The theory and practice of ethical leadership is evaluated as it pertains to a biblical worldview.

Offered: Online

BMAL 590  Business Common Professional Components  3 Credit Hour(s)  

This course is designed to give students a foundation of the common professional components necessary to understand the graduate level business concepts in the MBA. Students who pass each component will demonstrate proficiency in each of the following: Marketing, Business Finance, Accounting, Management, Legal Environment of Business, Business Ethics, Global Dimensions of Business, Information Management Systems, Quantitative Techniques/Statistics, Business Integration and Strategic Management. This course is required for admission to the MBA for all students who do not have an undergraduate degree in business or accounting.

Offered: Resident and Online

BMAL 602  Non-profit Management  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Leaders of nonprofit organizations must understand their role in the diverse political, social and economic contexts in which they will lead. This course provides a comprehensive understanding of how to lead a nonprofit organization. Students will examine governance, key concepts and the stakeholders involved in nonprofit management. (Formerly BUSI 602)

Offered: Online

BMAL 603  Entrepreneurship  3 Credit Hour(s)  

This course is directed toward preparing those considering starting or acquiring a business. Students will examine the managerial, technical and financial challenges of entrepreneurship. In-depth studies of the entrepreneurial requirements for success and the methods of entering a business are covered. (Formerly BUSI 603)

Offered: Online

BMAL 604  Managing and Leading Across Cultures  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Online Prerequisite: BMAL 501

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the similarities and differences of managing and leading across cultures.

Offered: Online

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