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Management Department

  INB 300        Introduction to International Business
       Analysis of international business transactions in large and small businesses, multinational and domestic. Functional emphasis on multinational environment, managerial processes, and business strategies.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 200
 


  INB 469        International Management Seminar
       Study of issues confronting executives as they plan, organize, staff, and control a multinational organization. Lectures, case analyses, and outside projects with local firms engaged in, or entering, international business will be utilized.
  Prerequisites for this course:  INB 300 and MGT 200
 


  MGT 100        Introduction to Business
       Survey of the structure and function of the American business system. Topics covered include forms of business organization, fundamentals of management, fundamentals of marketing, basic accounting principles and practices, elements of finance, money and banking, business and government, and careers in business. Open to nonbusiness majors.
 


  MGT 200        Principles of Management
       Introduction to the principles and functions of management. Examines the management process, organizational theory, planning, decision making, motivation, and leadership in supervisory contexts.
  Prerequisites for this course:  ECO 111
 


  MGT 313        Business and Society
       An analysis of the social, political, legal, environmental, and ethical problems faced by business firms.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 200
This course is required for the major.
 


  MGT 321        Organization Theory and Behavior
       Study of the theoretical foundations of organization and management. The system of roles and functional relationships. Practical application of the theory through case analysis.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 200
This course is required for the major.
 


  MGT 333        Labor Relations
       Rise of the American labor movement. Labor legislation. Collective bargaining arrangements. Procedures in settling labor disputes. Organized labor's policies and practices.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 200
 


  MGT 341        Production and Operations Management
       Methods analysis, work measurement, and wage incentives. Production process and system design. Plant location, layout, sales forecasting, inventory, production, and quality control, to include statistical aspects of tolerances, acceptance sampling, development of control charts, PERT, and cost factors.
  Prerequisites for this course:  CSC 101 or equivalent; ECO 111, 112, 251 or MAT 121, ECO 252; and MGT 200.
This course is required for the major.
 


  MGT 431        Human Resource Administration
       Study of a well-planned, properly executed, and efficiently evaluated approach to manpower recruitment, screening, usage, and development. Case analysis and/or experiential exercises to illustrate the concepts used.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 200 or permission of instructor.
This course is required for the major.
 


  MGT 441        Introduction to Management Science
       Business problems in production, inventory, finance, marketing, and transportation translated into application of scientific methods, techniques, and tools to provide those in control of the system with optimum solutions.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 341 or permission of instructor.
This course is required for the major.
 


  MGT 451        Systems Management
       Application of systems theory and principles to the operation of contemporary organizations with emphasis on nonquantitative methods of analysis.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 321
 


  MGT 471        Entrepreneurship
       Organization of a business venture with emphasis on risk, requirements, roles, and rewards. Students develop a simulated venture, with oral and written report.
  Prerequisites for this course:  ACC 201 and 202, FIN 325, MGT 200, MKT 325, or permission of instructor.
 


  MGT 483        Management Internship
       The management internship is designed to enhance the student's educational experience by providing a substantive work experience in the business world.
  Prerequisites for this course:  Internship program coordinator's approval.
This course may be taken again for credit
 


  MGT 486        Management Internship
       The management internship is designed to enhance the student's educational experience by providing a substantive work experience in the business world.
  Prerequisites for this course:  Internship program coordinator's approval.
 


  MGT 487        Special Topics in Management
       This course deals with current concepts in management not covered by existing courses. The course content is determined at the beginning of each semester.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 200
 


  MGT 488        Independent Studies in Management
       Special research projects, reports, and readings in management. Open to seniors only.
  Prerequisites for this course:  Instructor's approval.
This course may be taken again for credit
 


  MGT 498        Senior Seminar in Management
       Students are engaged in reading and research on current developments in management. Research project is required to help expand and deepen the horizons of the participants. Seniors eligible for graduation at the end of the coming semester take priority for registration during the preregistration period.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 313, 321, 341, 431, and MIS 300
This course is required for the major.
 


  MGT 499        Business Policy and Strategy
       A capstone course for all business majors, requiring students to integrate and apply multidisciplinary knowledge and skills in actively formulating improved business strategies and plans. Case method predominates. Written reports.
  Prerequisites for this course:  BLA 201, FIN 325, MGT 200, and MKT 325.
This course is required for the major.
 


  MGT 652        Managing an Enterprise
       This course attempts to provide students with some knowledge, tools, and methods necessary for planning, establishing, expanding, and operating an enterprise. Theories and techniques learned in this class and previous courses in the business curriculum will be used to develop an individual, comprehensive project, and it will be treated as the primary mode of learning. Depending on experiences and individual background, students may require electronic communication and outside classroom interactions in addition to regular classroom meetings.
  Prerequisites for this course:  ACC 601, FIN 601, MKT 501, and TEC 601 or MIS 601.
 


  MIS 300        Introduction to Management Information Systems
       A comprehensive introduction to the role of information systems in an organizational environment. This course focuses on transforming manual and automated data into useful information for managerial decision making.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 300
This course is required for the major.
 


  MIS 301        Introduction to Business Software
       The goal of this course is to teach business majors the uses of standard business software for solving standard business problems. The focus is on spreadsheets and presentation software systems.
 


  MIS 451        Systems Analysis and Design
       The course develops the necessary skills for analysis of organizational environments in light of information system needs, as well as the skill to design such systems.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MIS 300
 


  MIS 453        Decision Support Systems
       This course is an advanced presentation of the role of management information systems in the special support needs of managers for aiding decision making.
  Prerequisites for this course:  MGT 441, MIS 300 and 451