Offered by Department of Management
College of Business and Technology

MGT Courses

 
MGT 188GS - General Studies Portal - 3 hours
Prereq: freshman or sophomore standing
Students analyze critical issues confronting individuals and society in a global context as they pertain to the discipline in which the Portal course is taught. The Portal is intended to help students succeed in their university education by being mentored in process of thinking critically about important ideas and articulating their own conclusions. Students may take the Portal in any discipline, irrespective of their major or minor. Satisfies the General Studies Portal course requirement. Students may take their Portal course in any discipline. Students who transfer 24 or more hours of General Studies credit to UNK are exempt from taking a portal course.
MGT 230 - Managing Diversity in Organizations - 3 hours
Prereq: none
This course covers the personal and managerial implications of cultural diversity within work groups. Underlying this course is the philosophy that the ability to work and manage effectively in a diverse workplace begins with developing a deeper understanding of other cultures. Sp.
MGT 232 - Introduction to Scholarly & Creative Activity - 3 hours
Prereq: none
This course will introduce students to scholarly and creative activity and prepare them to engage in undergraduate research. Students will begin to learn the skills required to identify and define a research topic, build a knowledge base surrounding the topic, locate and evaluate sources, and consider ethics and human relations aspects of research. These skills will help prepare students for success in a variety of careers.
MGT 233GS - Business Statistics - 3 hours
Prereq: MATH 102GS* (if necessary) or MATH 120GS* or MATH 123GS*
MATH 120GS or MATH 123GS are recommended. A study of basic statistical analysis of business and economic data demonstrating its use in making sound business decisions. F, Sp.
MGT 301 - Principles of Management - 3 hours
Prereq: none
An integrated study of the functions of a manager: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. An in-depth look at various management theories. F, Sp.
MGT 314 - Operations and Supply Management - 3 hours
Prereq: MGT 233GS* or equivalent
Operations management is concerned with the execution of strategy. It involves the systematic design, operation, control, and improvement of business processes to achieve organizational goals and create economic value. Successfully managing operations is vital to the long-term viability of every type of organization. This course provides a broad overview of issues in operations and supply chain management emphasizing a strategic orientation toward design and improvement issues. Specific topics include competitiveness; operations strategy; quality management; statistical process control; design of products, services, processes, and facilities; project management; forecasting; supply chain management; inventory management; lean production; and scheduling.
MGT 330 - International Management - 3 hours
Prereq: none
This course provides an introduction to and overview of the theories, concepts, and practice of international business and management. Additionally, this course will expose students to the basic theories and concepts relating to international trade and globalization - issues of global economic, social, political, and cultural convergence and divergence.
MGT 334 - Intermediate Statistics - 3 hours
Prereq: MGT 233GS* or equivalent
A continuation of the study of the application of statistical techniques to business situations that involves advanced topics such as multiple correlation and regression. A statistical computer package will be used. S.
MGT 355 - Organizational Behavior - 3 hours
Prereq: junior standing
This course is designed to develop an understanding of and appreciation for the complex interrelationships of people in formal organizations. The course focuses on both individual and group behavior, with emphases on motivation, leadership, conflict, and other aspects of organizational dynamics. Some sections use basic statistics and computer applications. F, Sp.
MGT 380 - Human Resource Management - 3 hours
Prereq: none
This course introduces the student to the theory and practice of human resource management. Topics include recruitment, selection, and placement; training, development and performance management; compensation; equal opportunity and the legal environment; and strategic implication of HRM and its relationship with other organizational functional areas. F, Sp.
MGT 385 - Health Care Management I - Managing People Effectively - 3 hours
Prereq: none
Health care managers are responsible for getting things done through other people. This course focuses on giving students the tools (theory and practice) to become an effective manager in health care settings. Topics include leadership, ethics, staffing, teamwork, communication, and performance management.
MGT 386 - Health Care Management II - Managing Processes Effectively - 3 hours
Prereq: none
Health care managers are responsible for effectively coordinating, planning, and managing business processes. These processes include scheduling, waiting line assessment, quality, budgeting, financial planning and forecasting.
MGT 388GS - General Studies Capstone - 3 hours
Prereq: open to juniors and seniors or to students within 6 hours of completion of their General Studies program
An interdisciplinary experience where students apply the knowledge, cognitive abilities, and communication skills they have gained from General Studies in designing and completing an original project or paper. Students employ methods and interpretive means of two or more disciplines to integrate knowledge and synthesize their results. Satisfies the General Studies capstone course requirement. Students may take their Capstone course in any discipline.
MGT 400 - Entrepreneurship - 3 hours
Prereq: none
This course explores the phenomena of entrepreneurship, including the myths, realities, and impact of entrepreneurial activity. Students assess their own entrepreneurial aptitude and interests, meet a variety of entrepreneurs, and investigate the processes of generating promising ideas, evaluating the viability of those ideas, finding capital, considering franchise opportunities, and developing a new venture management team. The class is project oriented with each student participating in the development of a feasibility plan for a new venture.
MGT 401 - Small Business Management - 3 hours
Prereq: MKT 300
This course focuses on the operation of small business and the small business environment. This course deals with the topics related to personnel, government regulations of small business, advertising, sales promotion, accounting, forecasting, family ownership and other management related problems. F, Sp. Three contact hours per week. Lectures, discussion, writing, and applications.
MGT 409 - Leadership: Skills, Applications, Research - 3 hours
Prereq: none
This course is designed to give students preparing for careers in business, government, and the nonprofit sector a working knowledge of leadership styles, principles, models, and practical applications. Students will learn to engage critically in analytical and intellectual examination and reflection of certain core issues in the practice of leadership. Topics covered include history of leadership, leadership traits and behaviors, motivation and communication patterns, teamwork, use of power, development of trust, effective group facilitation, negotiation and persuasion, effective change, and ethics. Sp. Three contact hours per week. Lectures, discussion, writing, and applications.
MGT 410 - Compensation Management - 3 hours
Prereq: none
A study of the basic forms of financial compensation, including benefits packages. Principles of internal, external, and individual equity as determined by job evaluation, salary surveys, and performance evaluation comprise the core of this course. Prior completion of MGT 380 is recommended. F.
MGT 411 - Labor Relations - 3 hours
Prereq: none
A study of labor-management relations as defined by negotiated labor contracts. Topics include history of the labor movement, union structure and function, the negotiation process, and issues in labor relations. Prior completion of MGT 380 is recommended. Sp.
MGT 415 - Quality Management Concepts & Practice - 3 hours
Prereq: MGT 314*
Overview of the concepts and techniques of quality management. Statistical tools; people element of quality management; philosophies and practices of quality experts discussed. Students will be expected to be computer literate. Sp.
MGT 425 - Operations Research - 3 hours
Prereq: MGT 233GS* or equivalent
Recent developments relating to business application of linear programming, simplex method, transportation method, post optimality analysis, game theory, utility theory, PERT-CPM, and queuing theory. Students will be expected to be computer literate. F.
MGT 474 - International Experiential Learning: Management - 1-3 hours
Prereq: MGT 330 or MKT 430* or ECON 430* AND junior or senior standing AND permission of department chair
Independent investigations of international management issues through first-hand experiences. Topics to be investigated may be tailored to meet the needs of the student.
MGT 475 - Management Internship - 1-12 hours
Prereq: either MGT 301 or MGT 355 AND overall GPA of 2.5 or better
A work experience program planned for students preparing for employment in business, industry, government, or nonprofit organization. The learning situation is supervised by personnel within the selected entity. F, Sp, Su.
MGT 485 - Seminar in Human Resource Management - 3 hours
Prereq: MGT 380
Provides the student with an opportunity to study and research current issues in human resource management; course stresses an informal setting and open communications approach. Sp.
MGT 489 - Business Consultantship - 3 hours
Prereq: senior standing and permission of the department chair
This course affords the student an opportunity to serve in a consultant capacity for an area business. In-depth business analysis is conducted by the student, and specific recommendations are reported to the management of the firm. F, Sp.
MGT 490 - Seminar in Organizational Behavior - 3 hours
Prereq: MGT 355
Provides the student an opportunity to study and research current issues in organizational behavior and to develop a futuristic philosophy of organizational management. F.
MGT 493 - Social Responsibilities of Business: Issues and Ethics - 3 hours
Prereq: junior standing
A study of the societal challenge of business and organizations; how business and society interface; micro and macro publics of business and organization, environment, consumerism, employee rights, equality/diversity, international business and future corporate ethos. This course covers legal, ethical and social responsibility issues of business and organizations. F, Sp.
MGT 495 - Administrative Strategy and Policy - 3 hours
Prereq: MGT 233GS* AND MKT 300 AND MIS 302* AND FIN 308* AND either MGT 301 or MGT 355
As the capstone course in business, the course is designed (1) to integrate the knowledge acquired in other courses in business administration, and (2) to emphasize analysis and decision-making. F, Sp.
MGT 498 - Management Topics - 3 hours
Prereq: none
Selected topics and problems of current interest considered in depth. Class discussion and course projects. Topics vary each semester depending upon instructor. On demand.
MGT 499 - Special Problems in Business - 1-3 hours
Prereq: permission of department chair
Independent investigations of business problems. Topics to be investigated may be tailored to meet the needs of the student. F, Sp.

* This course is the immediate prerequisite. Other preparation is required prior to this immediate prerequisite.

7 Apr 2014

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