Master's (MBA & Specialized)
Courses offered by the Department of Business Law and Ethics are an important part of the full-time MBA curriculum. All first-year MBA students take a 15-week Kelley Foundations Core, also known as X504. The Critical Thinking course, taught by Business Law and Ethics faculty, is a key component of the core.
In addition, full-time MBA students are welcome to take the following elective courses from our department.
Regularly offered elective courses:
- L531 Managing Legal Risk
- L533 Ethical Responsibilities of Managers
- M525 Legal Issues in Marketing Management (Marketing listing but always taught by Business Law faculty)
- W505 Power, Persuasion, Influence, and Negotiation (Management listing but frequently taught by Business Law faculty)
- L538 Advanced Negotiations and Dispute Resolution
- L540 Commercial Finance Law: Creditors' Rights
- L541 Corporate Finance Law and Business Planning
- L579 Life Sciences and Health Care Ethics
- L579 Cybersecurity Law & Policy
- L590 Independent Study in Business Law (Variable--1 to 3 cr.)