MGMT 3013 Principles of Management
A management course with emphasis on business ethics, management principles, and theory, along with current management practices as they relate to human behavior. (Formerly BMA 3013)
MGMT 3033 – Conflict Resolution: I’m Always Right!
This seminar style course explores what conditions provide for a constructive or destructive process of conflict resolution. Within this process, the course evaluates current theories that have predominately been developed in the west within varied cultural contexts. These conflict resolution processes will be exercised with case studies and roleplaying scenarios with a service-learning component requiring demonstration of civic knowledge, community engagement and cultural awareness throughout the course of instruction.
MGMT 3233 Human Resources Development
Distinguishes between training and development and addresses the functions and needs for organizational and individual training. Prerequisite: MGMT 3313.
MGMT 3303 Organizational Behavior
Approaches the functions and problems of management from a behavioral viewpoint. Examines individuals and groups in effective organizations and integrates these concepts with organizational structure and process considerations. Prerequisite: MGMT 3013.
MGMT 3313 Human Resources Management
Studies the functions of Human Resources and its role in the management of organizations. Selected theories, concepts, and principles of HR will be studied and applied in the context of the current business environment. Prerequisites: MGMT 3013 and MGMT 3303.
MGMT 3323 Compensation and Benefits
Compensation issues in organizations including: determining general wage and salary structure, total compensation systems, equity issues, legal issues, employee benefits administration, and theoretical issues. Prerequisite: MGMT 3313.
MGMT 3333 Employment and Labor
Management techniques for the administration of labor agreements, collective bargaining and union management relations, and evaluation of labor relations in union and non-union organizations. Prerequisite: MGMT 3313.
MGMT 3353 Organizational Theory
The design and interrelationships of formal organizations and the communication needs for efficiency and effectiveness. (Formerly BMA 3353)
MGMT 3413 Production/Operations Management
Analyzes the different tools used by management to improve the decision-making process in production functions. Topics include productivity, strategy, decision making, quality improvement, work measurement, and project management. Prerequisites: ACCT 2103, ACCT 2203, ECON 2123, BADM 2843, and BADM 3113.
MGMT 3423 Management Information Systems
Analyzes the use of information systems for management decision making. Examines traditional information systems development from the end-user’s perspective. Prerequisites: MGMT 3013 and CS 1113.
MGMT 4033 Entrepreneurship
Examines the fundamentals of organizing a small business. Topics include entrepreneurship, the business plan, strategic planning, forms of ownership, marketing, pricing, cash flows, financial planning, and ethical and legal concerns in business. Prerequisites: ACCT 2103, ACCT 2203, ECON 2123, BADM 2843, BADM 3113, and MGMT 3013.
MGMT 4333 Selection and Evaluation
Theoretical, legal, methodological, and substantive issues related to selection and performance appraisal of employees. Includes job analysis and validation, test development and administration, adverse impact analysis, and affirmative action. Prerequisite: MGMT 3313.
MGMT 4413 Quantitative Methods
Studies management science/operations research techniques used in analytical decision making. The major topics covered include: linear programming modeling and solution, distribution problems, network models, project management, and decision analysis. Prerequisites: ACCT 2103, ACCT 2203, ECON 2123, BADM 2843, and BADM 3113.
MGMT 4813 Strategies and Policies
Capstone experience that studies strategic management, including environmental analysis, strategy formulation and implementation, administrative policy, and the strategic control process. Analyzes problems confronted by upperlevel managers and applies concepts from prior business courses. Prerequisites: BADM 3323, BADM 3333, FINA 3503, MGMT 3413, MGMT 3423, MGMT 4033, and MKTG 3113.
MGMT 5133 Organizational Behavior and Design
Leadership skills for managers. Emphasizes development of a high performing organization through the study of leadership theory and practices, organization culture, motivation, decision-making, and group behavior.
MGMT 5143 Supply Chain Management
Supply chains with respect to product, market, and customer characteristics. Examines the role of technology, tools, and strategies used to manage logistics, decisions, inventory and risk management, procurement and supply contracting, product and process design, and revenue management.
MGMT 5213 Strategic Human Resources Management
Theories, concepts and evolution of Human Resources Management. Examines the strategic role of HR and how the traditional tasks of HR fit into this new paradigm.
MGMT 5223 Production/Operations Management
Quantitative techniques which support effective decisionmaking. Focuses on the formulation, analysis, and interpretation of optimization models for various applications in management including marketing, accounting, finance and operations. Includes aggregate planning, queuing theory, inventory control, scheduling, and decision theory.
MGMT 5233 Entrepreneurship and New Venture Initiation
Examination of unique entrepreneurship characteristics. Includes the skills, knowledge, information, and alternative that are necessary for finding and developing new business prospects.
MGMT 5243 Enterprise Resource Management Systems
Strategic management of technology and information systems in the business environment. Includes challenges in innovation and change management with a strategic focus on enterprise systems.
MGMT 5313 Business Strategy
Capstone experience that studies strategic management, including environmental analysis, strategy formulation and implementation, administrative policy, and the strategic control process. Analyzes problems confronted by upperlevel managers and applies concepts from prior business courses. Prerequisites: Completion of at least 24 graduate hours.