Management Course Descriptions

MGMT 362. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT      3 Credit Hours
This course emphasizes the relationships among the functional areas of business. It includes the study of planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling an enterprise. Ethical managerial decision-making within the social, economic and regulatory environment of the enterprise also is explained. (Prerequisites: ACCT 202 & ECON 211)

MGMT 364. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT    3 Credit Hours
This course conceptualizes human capital as the fundamental building block and lever for organizations to achieve and sustain a competitive advantage. Students will acquire knowledge in various human resource management functions, including planning, recruitment, selection, placement, development, maintenance and reward of employees. (Prerequisites: MGMT 362)

MGMT 365. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR (Cross-listed as PADM 301)   3 Credit Hours
In this course, students will study a wide range of organizational situations and examples of human behavior (e.g., individual perception and learning, personality dispositions, motivation, group/team work, etc.), and connect them to foundational theories in management and effective practical management methods. (Prerequisites: PSYC 210 and MGMT 362)

MGMT 371. INTRODUCTION TO SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (Cross-listed as MKTG 371)     3 Credit Hours
This course is an exploration of principles, concepts and practice of supply chain management for efficient cross-functional linkage of the upstream supplier and the downstream customers. (Prerequisites: BADM 366 and MKTG 370)

MGMT 491. LEADERSHIP AND DECISION-MAKING     3 Credit Hours
The course introduces students to both foundational and emerging paradigms in leadership and decision-making. The course will equip students with fundamental leadership skills, including problem-solving, critical thinking, conflict resolution, consensus building and goal-setting. Hands-on instruction in self-assessment, case analysis and experiential exercises is included. (Prerequisites: COMM 210 and MGMT 362)

MGMT 493. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS (Cross-listed as CISP 451)    3 Credit Hours
This course covers the fundamentals of project management techniques for planning and controlling costs, quality in information technology design, development and implementation. The course examines project management tools and strategies for cost estimating, budgeting, contract pricing, value analysis, variance analysis and post-completion audits. (Prerequisite: MGMT 362)






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