Management (MGMT)

MGMT1000 | Principles of Accounting | Lecture (3 Credits)

Introduction to fundamental accounting concepts and cycles. Includes analyzing, interpreting, and recording transactions, as well as the preparation of financial statements, bank reconciliations and payroll transactions in accordance with commonly accepted accounting principles.

MGMT1100 | Principles of Marketing | Lecture (3 Credits)

Introduction to terms, concepts, and skills for analyzing marketing problems. Manage/integrate communication aspects of marketing, such as advertising, sales promotion, and public relations. Identify how to set objectives, select media and measure effectiveness. Explain sales promotion techniques.

MGMT3110 | Principles of Management | Lecture (2 Credits)

The contemporary supervision and operations management challenges stemming from changing organizational structures, complex environmental conditions, new technological developments, and increasingly diverse work forces. Focuses on critical issues in supervising, managing, and leading in an organization.

MGMT3111 | Business Management | Lecture (4 Credits)

Examine principles of management in the context of how firms are organized to analyze their management of finances, operations, human resources, processes and strategy to effectively meet an organization?s mission, vision and goals.

MGMT3112 | Business Management | Lecture (3 Credits)

Examine principles of management in the context of how firms are organized to analyze their management of finances, operations, human resources, processes and strategy to effectively meet an organization?s mission, vision and goals.

MGMT3120 | Quality Systems | Lecture (2 Credits)

Basic quality concepts, including the concepts of Total Quality Management (TQM), ISO9000, and LEAN/Six-Sigma concepts.

MGMT3130 | Managerial Accounting | Lecture (2 Credits)

Introduction of the fundamentals of managerial accounting for reporting, decision making and control of transactions, financial statements, strategic and operational planning to facilitate ethical behavior of the managerial accountant.

MGMT3141 | Research for Business | Lecture (4 Credits)

Introduction to the basics of research design, and the quantitative and qualitative methods used in addressing policy-relevant research questions. The course has two major goals: 1) Enhance passive literacy of quantitative and qualitative research methods; 2) Develop active skills and apply techniques to original policy studies.

MGMT3211 | Project Management | Lecture (2 Credits)

Examine management concepts through the lens of the project life cycle. Identify various techniques of work planning, control and evaluation used to achieve project objectives.

MGMT3220 | HR/Employment Law | Lecture (2 Credits)

Analyze the role of the human resource professional as a strategic partner in managing today's organizations. Examine key functions such as recruitment, selection, development, appraisal, retention, compensation, and labor relations. Workplace safety, employment laws, legal rights and responsibilities are incorporated.

MGMT3230 | Strategic Planning | Lecture (2 Credits)

Examine the strategy of the business unit and analyze the issues central to a firm?s short and long term competitive success. Investigate various models and approaches to designing and conducting strategic planning.

MGMT4110 | Leadership | Lecture (2 Credits)

Multidimensional study of leadership related to contemporary issues, privileges and responsibilities through an exploration of historical leaders, leadership styles and philosophies to recognize the traits, skills and values of a leader.

MGMT4120 | Leading Organizational Change | Lecture (2 Credits)

Examine the competencies and skills required to successfully lead organizational and personal change in the business world.

MGMT4130 | Entrepreneurial/Marketing Management | Lecture (2 Credits)

Entrepreneurial and marketing management fundamentals of planning, strategy, management and issues using skills and competencies needed to generate new ideas to develop a successful business.

MGMT4140 | Managerial Economics | Lecture (2 Credits)

Apply managerial economic decision making in the areas of mathematics, statistics, economic theory, accounting, finance, marketing, and human behavior.

MGMT4210 | Capstone Research | Capstone (4 Credits)

The research portion of an industry(field)-specific capstone project of student's choice; present a comprehensive project within a field of study, that draws on the relevant components of previous course work.

Prerequisite(s): MGMT3110, MGMT3120, MGMT3130, MGMT3220, MGMT4130, And WRIT4001

MGMT4220 | Negotiation & Conflict Resolution | Lecture (2 Credits)

Strategies and tactics for conflict analysis, assessment and negotiation using exercises and simulations to successfully manage negotiations and conflict.

MGMT4230 | Management Information Systems I | Lecture (2 Credits)

The ways in which management and information services influence business strategies, communications technology, information systems analysis and design; issues arising out of the rapidly evolving field of information systems, and a general overview of IT compliance.

MGMT4240 | Applied Management Capstone | Capstone (4 Credits)

The written portion of an industry (field)-specific capstone project of student's choice; present a comprehensive project within a field of study that draws on the relevant components of previous course work.

Prerequisite(s): MGMT4210 And WRIT4001

MGMT4241 | Applied Management Capstone | Capstone (1 Credit)

The written portion of an industry (field)-specific capstone project of student's choice; present a comprehensive project within a field of study that draws on the relevant components of previous course work.

Prerequisite(s): MGMT4210 And WRIT4001

MGMT4242 | Applied Management Capstone | Capstone (2 Credits)

The written portion of an industry (field)-specific capstone project of student's choice; present a comprehensive project within a field of study that draws on the relevant components of previous course work.

Prerequisite(s): MGMT4210 And WRIT4001

MGMT4243 | Applied Management Capstone | Capstone (3 Credits)

The written portion of an industry (field)-specific capstone project of student's choice; present a comprehensive project within a field of study that draws on the relevant components of previous course work.

Prerequisite(s): MGMT4210 And WRIT4001

MGMT4245 | Applied Management Capstone | Capstone (5 Credits)

The written portion of an industry (field)-specific capstone project of student's choice; present a comprehensive project within a field of study that draws on the relevant components of previous course work.

Prerequisite(s): MGMT4210 And WRIT4001

MGMT4246 | Applied Management Capstone | Capstone (6 Credits)

The written portion of an industry (field)-specific capstone project of student's choice; present a comprehensive project within a field of study that draws on the relevant components of previous course work.

Prerequisite(s): MGMT4210 And WRIT4001

MGMT4249 | Applied Management Capstone | Capstone (9 Credits)

The written portion of an industry (field)-specific capstone project of student's choice; present a comprehensive project within a field of study that draws on the relevant components of previous course work.

Prerequisite(s): MGMT4210 And WRIT4001