Management

Name Title Credits School
MGMT 101 Introduction to Business 3.00 School of Management
Broad overview of functions, institutions, principles and practices of business; provides basic foundation for the student who will specialize in some aspect of business in college and emphasizes dynamic nature of business and role of change as evidenced by current events. This course may not be taken for credit by business majors.

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 102 Princ of Management 3.00 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.

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 200 Prin of Management 3.00 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.

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 301 Introduction to International Business 3.00 School of Management
Techniques for analyzing and understanding the world of international business. Students will examine the challenges posed by the multinational firm and the dynamic nature of international business. Oral team projects will complement lectures.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MGMT 200 or MGMT 201 except BS Information Technology

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 311 Knowledge Management 3.00 School of Management
This survey of knowledge management examines the prevailing trends in knowledge management. Areas covered include knowledgeware technologies, the learning organization, knowledge management and leadership and organizational design, introduction to systems approach and systems thinking, knowledge management payoffs, the four underlying pillars of knowledge management. The course is delivered through a combination of case studies, lectures and demonstrations.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MGMT 200 or MGMT 201 except BS Information Technology

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 325 Management of Technology-Based Ventures I 3.00 School of Management
The course is designed to provide the students of engineering, technology and computer science with the management skills and tools necessary for new business development, in the context of a formation and management of a new company, or within the context of an existing organization.

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 335 International Business 3.00 School of Management
Techniques for analyzing and understanding the world of international business. Students will examine the challenges posed by the multinational firm and the dynamic nature of international business. Oral team projects will complement lectures.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: Take ACCT 101, ECON 105, ECON 110, and one course in each group: Group 1 (MGMT 102 or MGMT 200 or MGMT 201) and Group 2 (MRKT 101 or MRKT 200)

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 340 Management in Action 0.00 School of Management
Linked to a content course, student engagement into community service provides the means to gain a deeper understanding of content course objectives, acquire new knowledge, and engage in civic activity.

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 0-0-0

MGMT 350 Management of Healthcare Organizations 45.00 School of Management
This course covers the most significant administrative practices and ideas that revolve around health programs in private and public institutions. It aims to understand how the management process in the healthcare system works and to develop knowledge about the roles of health care professibnals. In this course, students will learn about contemporary thinking application for management skills and functions, specifically, "how things get done" in the health care organizations (HCO). This course appreciate that this sector has a unique setting, and hence, it focuses on (1) the importance of developing management and organizational skills that can support successful completion of work and processes in HCO(2) improving students' interpersonal and problem solving skills, and (3) broadening their understanding of leadership, organizational design, and behavior within HCO.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MGMT 102

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 2-1-3

MGMT 370 Organizational Behavior 3.00 School of Management
An introduction to the fundamental concepts of human behavior within organizations. Topics covered include: motivation, group dynamics, informal organization, formal organizational design, leadership, performance measurement, organizational changes, conflict management and organizational development.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: MGMT 200 or MGMT 201 except BS Information Technology

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 410 Employment Law 3.00 School of Management
The management of human resources takes place in a complex legal environment which places obligations and responsibilities on the employer and extends protections and rights to the employee. Federal and state requirements in EEO, employment standards, wages, job security, safety and health, workers compensation and other benefits will be covered. Integration of such requirements into day-to-day management practices is emphasized.

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 421 Cyber Law, Policy and Ethics 3.00 School of Management
The Internet raises a multitude of legal issues in many areas. Among the issues covered in this course are privacy, electronic contracts, trademarks and domain names, content protection, jurisdiction, regulation, criminal and civil liability, and cyber crime.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: LLAW 101 or LLAW 110, MIST 300 or MIST 315, and PHIL 220

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 425 Strat Tech Mgmt 3.00 School of Management
This course examines the strategic role of technology in the transformation of firms, industries and economies, and its impact on firms and managers. It takes an evolutional view of technology, explaining its role in different points of world history. It then explores the role of technology in shrinking time/space boundaries (through innovations in transportation, telecommunications, internet and supply chain management.) The course examines the changing contours of global industries in light of theories of innovation, as well as those of political economy, and suggests ways in which this can be applied by firms to achieve competitive advantage.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: Take every course in this group: Group 1 (ACCT110, MGMT311, MGMT315) and one course in each group: Group 2 (MIST300 or MIST315),and Group 3 (INTL301 or MGMT301).

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 435 Talent Management 3.00 School of Management
A capstone course in which students will develop a talent management plan for an organization. The course is designed to teach students how to align human resource management practices with business needs. A case study approach will be used.

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

MGMT 440 International Business Capstone 3.00 School of Management
This capstone course is designed to give students an opportunity to develop their expertise in the area of international management. It offers a critical analysis of topics such as the political economy of international trade; current issues in global human resource management, marketing, finance and accounting; the international division of labor; and ethics in international business. In addition, students gain exposure to cross-cultural training.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: Take every course in this group: Group 1 (ECON 320, FINC 301, MIST 335, and MRKT 405) and one course in this group: Group 2 (INTL 301 or MGMT 301)

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3