Summer 2019, Term 2
BUS 5421 - Ethical Leadership
- Required: Novak, M. (1996). Business as a Calling: Work and the Examined Life. New York, NY:
The Free Press. Paperback ISBN 9781476745725
- Required: Trevino, L.K. & Nelson, K. A. (2017). Managing Business Ethics: Straight Talk about
How to Do It Right, 7th edition
- The required readings will be supplemented with current research and theory and posted
on the course website by the instructor.
BUS 5490 Stategic Communications
- Non Required: Textbook will be offered electronically and free on charge in the course so there is no textbook purchase needed. Additional readings will also be provided in the course.
FIN 5460 Fundamentals of Applied Finance
- Required:Berk & DeMarzo, Corporate Finance, 4th Edition, 2017. Pearson. ISBN: 978-0-13- 408327-8
- Suggested:Louis C. Gapenski & George H. Pink, Understanding Healthcare Financial Management, 2015. Association of University Programs in Health Administration and Health Administration Press. ISBN 978- 1-56793-706-0.
MKT 5460 Marketing Analysis
- Non Required: No textbook required. Readings will come from articles provided in the course.
ACC 5301 Business Foundaitons Acounting
- Required: Financial Accounting, 12th Edition, (Harrison/Horngren/Thomas/Tietz) ISBN#13-978-0-13-472598-7.
- Required Online Homework Access: MyAccountingLab (MAL) access code (for online homework) will be required in addition to the textbook. Instructions are provided in the Canvas course on how to purchase this. Note: There is an option to purchase MAL along with access to the etext. The etext costs an additional fee but includes enhanced features such as note taking tools, if you are interested in this option.
Textbooks can be ordered through the Baylor Bookstore with direct links located in Bearweb or from online vendors by searching the ISBN #. As an online student, you can receive free shipping from the Baylor Bookstore. To do so, indicate that you are an online student in the comments section of your order.
Students are expected to have books on the first day of class.
Faculty will not delay assignments because your book has not arrived. Plan ahead!