MBA Business Law Course Offerings
Area of Concentrations Recommendation
Legal and ethical concerns play an increasingly important role in business. Law and ethics establish the framework within which business operates and they touch every aspect of managerial decision-making. Law and ethics support, facilitate, and regulate business practice in all functional areas. MBA students who will play a future leadership role in business must have a general understanding of law and ethics as these disciplines relate to business, as well as a specific understanding of their impact on the function MBA students will enter upon graduation.
Ross School Course Descriptions
Ross School Academic Calendar
University Schedule of Classes
| In recognition of the importance of law and ethics, MBA students must complete at least one course in either of these closely linked disciplines. MBAs are encouraged to elect additional law or ethics courses in areas related to their specific career interests after meeting the requirement.
LHC 504, 506, 507, 508, 509, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 536 and
fulfill the MBA law/ethics requirement.
LHC 503, 510, 518, 688 and BA 513
do not fulfill the requirement.
MBA/J.D. students and students with a J.D. degree are exempt from the law/ethics requirement. MBA/J.D. students, J.D. students, and students who have a J.D. degree are not permitted to enroll in business law courses unless they first obtain permission of the instructor.