- ACC 502 Financial Accounting
Financial accounting concepts and procedures for external reporting.
- ACC 503 Managerial Accounting
Managerial accounting concepts and procedures for internal reporting.
- CIS 591 Business Intelligence
Course content focuses on the intersection of business and technology. The central issues are the management implications of utilizing information technology for process improvement and process innovation, managing customer relationships, and optimizing supplier-based relationships.
- ECN 501 Statistics for Managers
Fundamentals of quantitative analysis to aid managerial decision making under uncertainty.
- ECN 502 Managerial Economics
Application of microeconomic analysis to managerial decision-making at the firm-level in areas of supply and demand, production, cost and pricing. Evaluation of competitive strategies.
- FIN 502 Managerial Finance
Theory and practice of financial decision-making, including risk analysis, valuation, capital, budgeting, cost of capital and working capital management.
- FIN 591 Applied Financial Management
Case-oriented course in applications of finance theory to management issues such as acquisitions, allocation and management of funds within business enterprise, capital budgeting and valuation strategies.
- LES 582 Ethical Issues for Managers
An in-depth focus on business ethics and social responsibility both with respect to the individual decision maker and the organization and its interactions with its stakeholders, this course >examines recognizing, understanding, and effectively addressing real-world ethical problems and dilemmas in business life.
- MGT 502 Organizational Theory and Behavior
Concepts and applications of management including motivation, leadership, group dynamics, organization design, decision-making, communication and organization change.
- MGT 559 International Management
Study of salient international issues for multinational firms as well as strategic issues faced by local firms in competing in the global business environment. Topics include the effects of cultural, social processes, trade and commercial activities.
- MGT 580 International Practicum
An overseas course designed to provide direct insight into the international business environment and to practice the concepts learned in MGT 559. Students visit businesses and industries daily and engage in live case examples and discussions with local business leaders, government administrators and industry experts. They also have case discussions with local professors or live case examples that are analyzed individually, in small groups and as a class. This is a rigorous course with written and oral components expected as outcomes. Students are responsible for paying their flight expenses. Ground expenses are included in tuition and fees. Locations vary. Previous courses have been held in Argentina, Austria and the Czech Republic.
- MGT 589 Strategic Management
Formulation of strategy and policy in the organization, emphasizing the integration of decisions in the functional areas.
- MGT 591 Business and Public Policy
Public policy decisions affect threats and opportunities for businesses. This off-campus course examines how public policy decisions are made and how businesses can participate in the public policy process. The MBA program will pay the expenses for the ground portion of the course (airport transfers, lodging based on single occupancy, local transportation, entry fees and most meals).
- MGT 591 Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship (from small to medium-sized businesses to scalable enterprises) has been shown to be the true growth engine in the economy for a number of years. Coursework will focus on identifying, evaluating, valuing and developing opportunities from the specific perspective of the entrepreneur. The course will revolve around a series of cases, readings and class discussions designed to build a comfort level with understanding and solving problems faced by entrepreneurs at various phases of the venture development, from concept to harvest. You will be challenged to bring to bear your collective experience and learning to date to evaluate these opportunities and chart a course of action as if you were the entrepreneur. You will take the skill sets you have developed to date and and apply them in an entrepreneurial framework, while building your individual entrepreneurial perspective.
- MGT 591 High Impact Leadership
This course goes beyond a basic understanding of effective leadership toward an appreciation for "high impact" leadership. Class time focuses on what high impact leaders do differently to achieve results and inspire loyalty. Key topics covered include how to build executive maturity and a powerful leadership style, how to develop and deliver compelling messages, how to inspire those around you, how work company politics and networks, and how to manage upward relationships.
- MGT 591 Negotiations
This course is designed to improve students’ understanding of and skills in the art of negotiation. The goal is to provide students with a fundamental understanding of what it takes to be an effective negotiator, as well as several experiences to draw upon in future negotiation situations.
- MKT 502 Marketing Management
Managing the marketing function; market and environmental analysis; marketing planning, strategy and control concepts. Development and management of marketing programs.
- QBA 591 Strategic Decision Analysis
The use of quantitative models to address decisions characterized by difficult value tradeoffs, significant uncertainty and multiple stakeholders.
- SCM 502 Operations and Supply Management
Conceptual foundations of operational and logistic functions for all types of organizations; application of analytical methods to production problems.