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This course focuses on the theory and fundamental concepts of management including planning, organization, leadership, and control. It presents the management role and its practices and techniques. Various dimensions of management, organizational structure and functions of managers, growth and re-engineering of business will be covered.
No prerequisite.
This course introduces basic concepts of strategic planning and management. It provides an overview and applications of strategic planning theories, methods, and group processes in different organizational environments. It helps organizations formulate a strategy on how to best achieve their goals and define an operational plan.
Prerequisite – MGT 201
This course presents essentials of human resources management principles and practices in business and industry. It analyzes the policies and practices used by human resource management staff to build and maintain an effective work force. Topics include human resource planning, labor relations, job analysis, manpower development, recruitment, selection, performance appraisal and compensation.
Prerequisite – MGT 201
The course evaluates several leadership issues including power, authority and influence, team building and coalitions and ethics and values. It examines components that comprise teams, highlights key factors that influence team effectiveness, skills in diagnosing opportunities and threats that face teams. It also focuses on identifying and developing workplace leadership skills.
Prerequisite – MGT 201
This course focuses on interpersonal effectiveness about understanding and managing behavior in the work environment. It presents the theoretical background for practical tasks solving while working with diverse groups of people. It covers topics like ethics and confidentiality, assessment, crisis intervention, treatment planning, counseling, case management, record keeping and consultation.
Prerequisite – MGT 201
This course focuses on opportunities and challenges created by globalization and the management issues related to management in an international marketplace. It explores the opportunities and problems that confront international managers through complex and ever-changing global economic, political, legal, technological and cultural environment.
Prerequisite – MGT 201
This course introduces the concepts, principles, problems, and practices of operations management by covering both service industries and manufacturing. It focuses on the designing, planning, organizing, operating and controlling of operating systems. It also covers managerial processes for effective operations in both goods-producing and service-rendering organization.
Prerequisite – MGT 201
This course presents fundamentals and concepts of management, administrative policies, objectives and procedures and problem of organization and leadership. It covers various concepts of management including management controls, operations management, and human resource management. It also provides various concepts required for an overall understanding of management’s role in the contemporary organization.
Prerequisite – Permission from Instructor
This course presents the human resources function within today’s organizations, such as an organization acquires rewards, motivates, uses, and generally manages its people effectively. It explores the role manager’s play in the successful management of the organization’s human resources. It emphasizes the employee-supervisor relationship and applications involved in effectively managing people in organizations.
Prerequisite – MGT 500
This course presents the strategic analyses, decisions and actions with the consideration of both the internal condition and the external environment. It examines management theory and practice through a framework involving strategic thinking and strategic planning. The context of strategy, leadership, managerial uses of structure and design and performance will be covered.
Prerequisite – MGT 500
This course covers the analysis and application of organizational theory, group dynamics and the integration of interdisciplinary concepts from the behavioral sciences. It focuses on individual behavior and impact of work teams in an organization. Topics include development, structure, leadership, decision making, power and conflict will be discussed.
Prerequisite – MGT 500
This course provides an introduction to business intelligence, including the processes, infrastructure, methodologies and current practices used to transform business data into useful information and support business decision-making. It focuses on the features, uses, and design strategies for IT-enabled managerial decision support.
Prerequisite – MGT 500
This course presents the theoretical, methodological and practical areas of managerial psychology and sociology. It covers the importance issues of leadership and what makes someone a successful leader. It addresses the behaviors and their influences on managerial thinking and business decisions. The difference between leadership and management will be discussed.
Prerequisite – MGT 500

This course examines the distinction between leadership and management. It covers major theories and models of leadership and of leadership development from a variety of perspectives. It also offers an in-depth examination of factors, from the fields of psychology, business and management, that contribute to successful executive leadership practice in a wide variety of organizational settings.
Prerequisite – Permission from Instructor

This course presents the potential and pitfalls of entrepreneurship. It covers the various methods for starting up, business models for a new venture, and develop detailed financial projections for a new venture. It develops and presents new business concepts, including market research, competitive analysis and risk assessment.
Prerequisite – Permission from Instructor
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