Name Title Credits School
MGMT 501 Principles of Management 1.5 School of Management
A study of organizations and of the activities of a manager in an organization. The course follows a functional approach, analyzing such management concepts as organizing decentralization, use of staff, human relations, conflict, decision making, planning, supervision, communication, and financial and production control systems such as budgeting and PERT.

MGMT 510 Business Policy and Strategy 1.5 School of Management
This course integrates knowledge and skills in the various functional areas of business for corporate and business strategy development. Student teams will develop a corporate mission, goals and objectives, and implement business policy by managing a complete value chain for a company; deploying marketing, operational and financial strategies and policies in a simulated competitive environment so as to achieve sustainable growth and productivity. Case studies and a computer-based management game will be employed.

MGMT 601 The Environment of Business Enterprise 3 School of Management
Management problems arising from current domestic social changes and the relationship between business enterprise and society, particularly as reflected in the growth of consumerism and increased government involvement.

MGMT 605 Organizational Development and Behavioral Factors 3 School of Management
The classical substance of organization and management is linked with the analysis of organizational elements and dimensions of human behavior in the work environment.

MGMT 610 Operations Management 3 School of Management
Examination of the managerial systems, a firm uses to integrate geographically and sequentially its manpower, machines and materials in order to design, produce and distribute a product or a service. The course includes all facets from costs to implementation of: human resource development and utilization; processes and mechanisms of production; and analysis of materials, components and assemblies.

MGMT 620 International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior 1.5 School of Management
This course is an inter-disciplinary examination of the international dimensions of organizational behavior. Course content includes topics such as cross-cultural management, cross-cultural communication, and global spects of leadership, motivation, team management, and decision-making.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MGMT 501 or a waiver

MGMT 630 Business Enterprise Environment 1.5 School of Management
A managerial analysis of the complex enterprise interrelationships arising between legal and governmental regulation, ethical, economic, political, societal, technological, and physical issues characterizing a highly dynamic global business environment.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MGMT 501 or a waiver

MGMT 650 Strategic Leadership Capstone 3 School of Management
An examination of the operational aspects of high level leadership, including its role in framing the organization's 20 year strategic plan, the making of consequential decisions in an uncertain, complex, and rapidly changing environment, and maintaining excellence in the corporate world.

MGMT 690 Business Policy Seminar 3 School of Management
An integrating course which utilizes the knowledge and competencies developed in the functional areas of business studies. Emphases are on the analysis, design and implementation of corporate/business strategies and the corresponding policies. Cases from various industries are used to simulate actual business situations. Current trends in the environment of business and their impact on marketing, organizational and financial strategies are discussed.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: ACCT 601, ECON 601, FINC 601, MGMT 601, MGMT 605, MRKT 601, and QANT 601

MGMT 705 Comparative Management 3 School of Management
Management philosophies in the U.S. compared and contrasted with management philosophies in other countries; the special role of management development in underdeveloped countries; and the historical and cultural development of management in Western Europe and Asia.

MGMT 706 Cyber Law, Policy and Ethics 3 School of Management
The Internet raises a multitude of legal issues in many areas. Among the issues covered are privacy, electronic contracts, trademarks and domain names, content protection, jurisdiction, regulation, civil and criminal liability, and cyber crime.

MGMT 707 Health Administration and Management 3 School of Management
Managerial policies in the management of health care facilities, budgeting and cost effectiveness analysis, and development of health information systems.

MGMT 710 Management of the Research Function 3 School of Management
Establishment of budgeting procedures and cost controls for research activity. Distinction between pure and applied research, and establishment of research goals. Personnel management within research function.

MGMT 711 Knowledge Management 3 School of Management
This survey of Knowledge Management examines the prevailing trends. Areas covered include Knowledge are Technologies, The Learning Organization, Knowledge Management and Leadership and Organizational Design, introduction to systems approach and systems thinking, Knowledge Management Payoffs, and the four underlying pillars of Knowledge Management. The course is delivered through a combination of case studies, lectures, and demonstrations.

MGMT 712 Organizational Behavior 3 School of Management

MGMT 714 Organizational Psychology 3 School of Management
This course will help students understand how individuals behave in the context of teams and organizations. Special attention is given to theories and approaches for motivation, communication, teamwork, and team development. Other topics include individual differences, perception, decision making, and the roles of power, politics and conflict in organizations. The use of human resource management practices to promote desirable organizational behaviors and attitudes will also be examined.

MGMT 716 Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery 3 School of Management
This course discusses the development of business continuity and disaster recovery plans and their essential components. Emphasis is on the identification, and implementation of an appropriate recovery organization, technology, goals, objectives, strategies, and organizational environment. It includes exercises in the development of business continuity plans, case studies of successful plans, and coordination of plans with local government response organizations. Software resources will be considered to plan and manage the continuity process.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MIST 750

MGMT 721 Alternative Systems of Healthcare Delivery 3 School of Management
Methods of health care delivery and conditions imposed externally and internally in compliance with regulations and laws that relate to such institutions as health maintenance organizations, health care corporations, group practice clinics and prepaid health care organizations. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 725 Entrepreneurship and Venture Initiation 3 School of Management
An exploration of the entrepreneurship function, and the formation and operation of new business ventures.

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MGMT 735 Multinational Business Management 3 School of Management
Aimed at development of a framework and methodology for identification and management of the key factors leading to competitive advantage in the global business arena. Contemporary trends shaping the external environment of multinational business enterprises are discussed. Major emphasis is placed on strategic and operational planning in key functional areas.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: ECON 610 and MGMT 620

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MGMT 740 Knowledge Mgmt 3 School of Management
An exploration of knowledge management techniques and principles in contemporary organizations. Focus is paid to the four pillars of knowledge management with an emphasis on multinational organizations and the environments in which they operate.

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MGMT 750 Epidemiology for Healthcare Managers 3 School of Management
The course discusses management implications of epidemiological in our health care delivery system and introduces students to concepts of epidemiology ,and the role of this discipline in public health, health maintenance, and prevention and treatment if illness.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MGMT 501 or a waiver

MGMT 755 Security Risk Analysis 3 School of Management
In this course we present a set of analytical tools for quantifying risk and the costs and benefits of mitigation methods. The feasibility of technical solutions as applied to various cases will also be present.

MGMT 775 Introduction to E-Commerce 3 School of Management
Electronic Commerce (EC) examines transactions that take place over networks, primarily the Internet. EC is the gateway for international business that transcends the barriers of time and distance. It is the process of electronically buying and selling goods, services and information. This course will study what EC is, how it is being conducted and managed, its major opportunities, limitations, issues and risks, and how businesses can leverage Internet technologies to gain a competitive advantage.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MIST 595

MGMT 780 Supply Chain Management 3 School of Management
Supply chain management (SCM) deals with the procurement of raw materials, management of operations, and distribution of final products. The explosive growth of the internet, e-commerce, and enterprise resource planning systems has created an environment where an organization can reduce costs while improving quality and response time. This course will focus on analyzing, evaluating, and recommending systems that will improve performance of an organizational supply chain. A term project requiring students to present a comprehensive supply chain management plan will be required.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MIST 501, MIST 610, QANT 501, QANT 510, and QANT 520 or a waiver

MGMT 785 Decision Support System 3 School of Management
Decision Support Systems (DSS) focuses on the application of information systems to assist a manager in evaluating alternatives and making optimal decisions in a business environment. Topics to be covered will include discussion of off-the-shelf decision support tools, storing and accessing data (data warehousing), defining requirements and modeling (front end), decision making (inference engine)and report generation. Students are expected to work with a range of software tools for strategy and policy development. A comprehensive term project will be required.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: QANT 520 (or QANT 520 waiver) and MIST 610

MGMT 802 Staffing and Selecting 3 School of Management
This advanced course examines the role and techniques of human resources planning, recruitment, and selection in the contemporary organization. The use of planning and staffing strategies and models is reviewed. Techniques of job analysis, recruiting, interviewing, and data verification are also covered.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: LLAW 707 or LLAW 708 or MGMT 702 or MGMT 703

MGMT 822 Alternative Dispute Resolution 3 School of Management
Disputes occur in all workplace and business settings. Effective human resources management and employee/labor relations managers need to understand how and why these disputes occur and how they can be resolved. This course examines the causes, consequences, and dynamics of disputes in the workplace and business settings; the role of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods in dealing with such disputes; the design of ADR policies and procedures; and instruction in the successful use of mediation and negotiation techniques.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MGMT 712 or MGMT 714

MGMT 882 Directed Studies 3 School of Management
Individual or group study into selected human resource management or labor relations topics.

MGMT 887 Human Resources Management Seminar 3 School of Management
An advanced seminar on contemporary human resources management practices. Topics will vary from semester to semester. A project will be required of all students.