MBA 758 - PRINCIPLED ORGANIZATIONS: INTEGRATING FAITH, ETHICS AND WORK
Summer, 2014
Lawrence P. Ulrich, Ph.D.
ulrichlp@udayton.edu

Wood Carving
Bavaria: Artist Unknown

"Gamsbock"
Bavarian Wood Carving
by Belmann of Grassau 



THE PROGRAMMING FOR THIS COURSE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS COURSE CAN BE DIRECTED TO DR. ULRICH THROUGH E-MAIL OR BY PHONE 760.574-8087 (California home and office).

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE IN THIS WAY?

 

NAVIGATING THE COURSE WEBSITE

 

Course Description for Registration Essay 3
Syllabus and Requirements Isidore Collaborative Writing Project:
1 Project
Objectives

Isidore Threaded Discussions:
6 Discussions

Course Outline and Schedule Web Conferences
(Audio Chat Rooms - Live Sessions):
3 of 8 Web Conferences
Reading Assignments and Schedule Readings
Essay 1 Other Helpful Links
Essay 2 Q&A: Issues That Merit More Consideration
or Matters of Course Procedure or Requirements

DATES TO REMEMBER


COURSE EVALUATION FORM


"Every person, in the course of his life, must build --- starting with the natural territory of his own self --- a work, an opus, into which something enters from all the elements of the earth. He makes his own soul throughout all his earthly days; and at the same time he collaborates on another work, in another opus, which infinitely transcends, while at the same time it narrowly determines, the perspectives of his individual achievement: the completing of the world." Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, The Divine Milieu.

"I do nothing but go about persuading you all, old and young alike, not to take thought of yourself or your properties, but to care about the improvement of your soul.  I tell you virtue is not acquired with money, but that from virtue come money and every good of man, public as well as private." Plato, The Apology.