Online MBA in Ethical Leadership


Schreiner University's Online MBA in Ethical Leadership is an accredited 36 credit hour online MBA program that provides students with the knowledge, skills, and credentials necessary to take their career to the next level. Students learn how to achieve business goals while sustaining leadership integrity, a potent combination for business from Main Street to Wall Street.

The Online MBA in Ethical leadership is built with student success in mind. Courses are offered entirely online in 7-week sessions that begin six times a year, affording working professionals maximum flexibility. Students enter the program as part of a cohort, providing the opportunity for study groups, group projects, and lasting networking connections.

Schreiner University limits course class sizes so that professors are accessible and responsive to their students. The format ensures that students develop a deep understanding of the subject matter and stay on-track with their academic and professional goals.

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Accounting for Decision-MakingACCT 5301
This is a study of accounting applications and concepts relative to management decision making. Students examine the key financial statements: Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Statement of Cash Flows, and Statement of Retained Earnings in order to develop, evaluate, and measure business decisions. Managerial accounting is the primary focus; however, students will examine financial accounting procedures and taxing implications in constructing decision options.
Resource ManagementFIN 5312
This course will focus on developing skills, knowledge, and abilities associated with financial planning and management control systems in complex organizations. Topics covered include: financial theory, methods and techniques that support effective analysis of the financial implications of program alternatives, cash and capital budgeting, risk and return analysis, and long-range financial planning in the current day managerial environment.
Management StatisticsMGMT 5303
This course explores the process of asking business related research questions and finding answers. It includes a broad overview of experimental and non-experimental methods of fact finding and emphasizes the functional use and understanding of basic descriptive and inferential statistics in evaluating practical business research findings. Practical business applications will include: the mathematics associated with finance, production, and logistical decision making, using probability distributions and statistics.
Quantitative Decision-MakingMGMT 5304
This course is designed to provide students with advanced quantitative decision-making processes. Students will learn to solve production, advertising, financial, marketing, resource organizational, and ordering problems utilizing computer modeling techniques.
Borderless Marketing MKTG 5311
In a globalized and shrinking world, businesses are faced with endless opportunities and challenges. Borderless Marketing works on the premise that multimedia technology can be used by businesses to more efficiently and better serve their customers across the world and effectively reach out to new global customers. The traditional barriers of time, space and form will be eliminated in the process by the application of technology to international marketing.
Leadership & Team BuildingMGMT 5321
This course focuses on the significance of understanding the diversity of behaviors employed by employees in interpreting and responding to business dilemmas; specifically, the complexity of organizational problems in team environments. Successful firms are the ones that anticipate change and establish competitive advantages through collaborative teams and the use of organizational alliances and strategic partnerships. Topics include ethics, team building, power of vision, empowerment, delegation, performance management, quality, and the art of persuasion.
Leadership CommunicationMGMT 5322
This course focuses on developing the communication capabilities needed to lead organizations effectively. Managerial communication and the concepts of emotional intelligence are married to create a leadership communication model. Students learn the art of creating persuasive communications and how to change the behavior of others for a more successful campaign.
Advanced Organizational BehaviorMGMT 5323
This course investigates the complex role of the manager within the context of the social scientific relationships and theory related to the individual within the organization. Topics of discussion include: leadership, power, communication, interpersonal relationships, job satisfaction, change, motivation and decision making.
Business IntegrityBSAD 5324
This course examines business ethics from both an organizational and managerial perspective. Specifically, students focus on the application and evaluation of scholarly articles and cases in order to better understand that different individuals view the same set of facts through different ethical lenses or perspectives. An assessment tool is employed in the course and designed to help students understand what core values influence their choices when no rule tells them exactly what to do.
Business Law for ManagersBSAD 5332
An introduction to the study of law as it relates to the field of business from a managerial perspective. The MBA student will progress through topics of the legal system and the environment of business organizations, classification of business entities, contracts (focusing on the concepts of offer, acceptance, consideration, consent, capacity to contract, illegality, and the requirements of a written agreement), the Uniform Commercial Code (particularly as it relates to sales and secured financing), real property (including landlord and tenant issues), personal property (including insurance, bailment, and leases), agency, employment law, debtor-creditor relations, bankruptcy, alternative dispute resolution (overview of the court systems, negotiation, mediation and arbitration), and a study of the legal aspects and implications of ethical conduct and leadership integrity in business.
Managing Information SystemsIS 5331
Developments in information systems continue to enable great change in organizations. Securing the benefits, requires more than technology, it requires a coherent approach to organizational and strategic issues. This course draws on both academic research and current business practice to present a distinctively organizational perspective on the management of computer-based information systems.
Management Research in BusinessMGMT 5341
A study of research design and data collection as well as data analysis and reporting, linking qualitative and quantitative methods and techniques, including advanced research methods, statistical techniques, and computer-aided analysis of quantitative and qualitative data. Ethics and integrity in management research is incorporated throughout the course. This course includes a research practicum that will prepare students to conduct professional business research.

Schreiner University graduate education faculty specialize in educational leadership, diversity, and curriculum and instruction. All faculty are professional educators with multiple years of teaching and professional experience.

MBA faculty includes professors from the diverse fields of accounting, finance, information systems, management, marketing, international business, commercial law, communications, and statistical mathematics.

Dr. Mark Woodhull Dr. Mark Woodhull
Chair, Department of Business & Technology
Professor of Business
Office: Cailloux Hall 211
(830) 792-7479 |

Dr. Charles R. Salter Dr. Charles Salter
Director of Graduate Business Studies
Professor of Business
Office: Cailloux Hall 109
(830) 792-7395 |

Dr. Mary Grace Antony Dr. Mary Grace Antony
Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
Office: A.C. Schreiner 214L
(830) 792-7341  |

Dr. Margaret Huddleston Dr. Margaret Huddleston
Professor of Mathematics
Office: Weir 208
(830) 792-7380  |

Dr. Serge Ryno Dr. Serge Ryno
Visiting Assistant Professor of Business
Office: Cailloux Hall 210
(830) 895-7350  |

Daniel Coleman Dr. Daniel Coleman
Assistant Professor of Business
Office: Cailloux Hall 123
(830) 792-7426  |

James Rackley James Rackley, JD
Adjunct Instructor of Business
Office:  Cailloux Hall 103
(830) 792-7376  |


Liliana Lovisa Lovisa, Liliana
Administrative Assistant
Cailloux School of Professional Studies
Office: Cailloux Hall 220
(830) 792-7376 |


Bryan Benway Bryan Benway
Graduate Admission Counselor
Office: Admission & Financial Aid (Welcome Center)
(830) 792-7225  |

The final traditional semester format MBA program will be given during the full Summer 2015 semester. We will be transitioning in the Fall of 2015 to a new six session per year, 7-week per session online MBA format. The 7-week MBA format will commence at the end of August 2015. You can find the link to the new MBA format 2015-2016 class schedule through the link above.

Semester Course ID Credit
BSAD.5303: Management Statistics 3
BSAD.5311: Borderless Marketing 3
BSAD.5324: Business Integrity 3
  Semester Total: 9


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