Offered by Department of Management
College of Business and Technology
- MGT 800/800P - Entrepreneurship - 3 hours
- 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 801P - Small Business Management - 3 hours
- 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, finance, forecasting,
family ownership and other management related problems. F, Sp.
- MGT 803 - Independent Study of Business - 1-3 hours
- Students work individually in selecting and developing teaching projects or research studies that are of particular interest
and significance to them.
- MGT 809P - Leadership: Skills, Applications, Research - 3 hours
- 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.
- MGT 810/810P - Compensation Management - 3 hours
- 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.
Suggested prerequisite: MGT 380.
- MGT 811/811P - Labor Relations - 3 hours
- 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.
- MGT 814 - Operations Management - 3 hours
- Prereq: MGT 233* or equivalent
This course explores the transformation of materials, land, labor and capital into goods and services. Quantitative Management
Systems are applied to the manufacturing process.
- MGT 815P - Quality Management Concepts & Practice - 3 hours
- Prereq: MGT 314* or permission of instructor
Overview of the concepts and techniques of quality management, including statistical tools, people element of quality
management, and philosophies and practices of six sigma. Students are expected to be computer literate.
- MGT 820 - Managerial Communications - 3 hours
- Application of principles of communication to the managerial setting. The course investigates the influence of organizational
climate, manager's style and use of motivation in the communication process.
- MGT 825 - Decision Science - 3 hours
- Prereq: MATH 115* or MATH 123*
Recent developments relating to business application of linear programming, simplex method, transportation method, post
optimality analysis, game theory, utility theory, PERT-CPM, queuing theory, dynamics programming, Markov chains, Decision tree
analysis, time series analysis and forecasting.
- MGT 870 - Decision Theory Seminar - 3 hours
- Decision theory is reviewed in terms of identification, analysis and application. In-depth analysis is conducted concerning
decision models, quantitative methods used in operations research, management science and systems analysis.
- MGT 880 - Human Resource Management - 3 hours
- This course is designed as an introduction to such fundamental human resource management areas as job analysis, staffing and
selection, training and development, performance appraisal, employee relations, compensation, labor relations, and international
HR. The strategic implications of HR will be explored with integrated applications for all managers. The focus of the course
will be both conceptual and applied, including discussions of current issues and controversies confronting the field.
- MGT 885 - Seminar in Human Resource Management - 3 hours
- Prereq: MGT 380 or equivalent
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.
- MGT 885P - Seminar in Human Resource Management - 3 hours
- 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.
- MGT 889/889P - Business Consultantship - 3 hours
- Consent of the Department Chair is required. 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.
- MGT 890 - Leadership and Organizational Behavior - 3 hours
- Focuses on leadership and human behavior in organizations, with emphasis on how group dynamics, decision making, team
building, culture, and conflict impact individual and organizational performance.
- MGT 891 - Seminar in Organizational Behavior - 3 hours
- Prereq: MGT 890
This course explores current issues in organizational behavior. Students research, analyze, and discuss issues in order to
develop a futuristic philosophy of organizational management.
- MGT 892 - Administration Policy - 3 hours
- A case study course designed to integrate the knowledge acquired in other courses in business administration and to emphasize
analysis and decision making. This is a capstone course to be taken after M.B.A. core courses are completed.
- MGT 893/893P - Social Responsibility of Business: Issues and Ethics - 3 hours
- A study of the societal challenge of business; how business and society interface; the micro and macro publics of business;
ecology, consumerism, and technology as societal problems; the ethics of business.
- MGT 896 - Thesis - 3-6 hours
- MGT 899/899P - Management Topics - 3 hours
- Selected topics and problems of current interest considered in-depth. Class discussion and course projects. Topics vary each
semester depending on instructor.
* This course is the immediate prerequisite. Other preparation is required prior to this immediate prerequisite.
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