Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by subject prefix.  Each course description begins with a three letter subject prefix followed by a three – digit course number and the course title. The number on the right of each course description gives the semester credit hours for that course. If a course includes laboratory or other special activities, that information is contained in the course description.  Prerequisites are also listed.  A prerequisite is a course, experience, or other required preparation that must be completed before the student is permitted to enroll in the course.

Subject Prefix and Course Number
Course Name
Semester Credit Hours
Course Description
Cross Listed Course
Prerequisite
MGT 301Principles of Management3Fundamental principles
underlying the management of business enterprises,
based on planning, organizing, supervising, and controlling
various functional activities.
Not Applicable ACC 201, BUA 204 and ECO 201, all
with grades of "C" or better
MGT 352Supply Chain Management3A practical tutorial on procurement and logistics. Procurement topics include materials, soucing matrices, demand planning, and supplier certifications. Logistics topics include containerization, international trade, transportation, materials handling-systems, ERP, inventory management, distribution center design, and warehouse designs and operations.Not ApplicableMGT 301 and MKT 301
MGT 355Production Management3A practical tutorial on the effective management of factors of production, design and delivery of goods and services. Topics include design paradigms, materials selection models, production design and management, lean, end-of-life strategies and quality strategies and standards. Not ApplicantMGT 301
MGT 433Human Resources Management3An examination of strategic
human capital advantage. Topics include: job analyses,
job design, recruitment, training and development,
EEOC, ADA, and other legal, practical and competitive
issues and constraints relevant to a firm’s HR
practices and policies.
Not ApplicableMGT 301
MGT 460Human Behavior in
Organizations
3An analysis of the behavior
of persons in organizational settings, including personality,
values, motivation, leadership, authority in
groups, and informal groups.
Not ApplicableMGT 301
MGT 465Entrepreneurship3A
study of small-business management, entrepreneurship
and problems of organizing and operating a small
business.
Not ApplicableMGT 301 or consent of instructor
MGT 480Management Internship3Off-campus, on-the-job employment
related to the discipline of management.
Not ApplicableMGT 301 and junior or senior status and consent of chairperson.
MGT 490Strategic Management3Capstone course: Examines firm-level competitive
and collaborative advantages within the context of
industry, strategic-group, and global competition.
Students will apply analytical, communication, team
and management skills and functional contentknowledge
to the investigation of a real-world business.
Senior Exit Examination required.
Not ApplicableCompletion of all 200- and 300-level
courses in the professional component, senior Business
Administration major, or consent of instructor
MGT 497Contemporary Topics in Management3An exploration of contemporary topics in business management. May be repeated for credit for different topics (maximum of 9 credit hours). Examples of topics include lean, green, and sigma, global competitiveness, sustainable business practice, team management, leadership or other current issues.Not ApplicableNot Applicable
MGT 499Independent Study in
Management
3Research and in-depth study of a particular
management concept or problem under the direction
of a faculty member.
Not ApplicableSenior classification and consent of the
chairperson
MGT 533Strategic Human Resource
Management
3Examines the design and alignment of HR architecture
with the firm’s business-model. Topics include: operational
competencies, human capital development, employment
relationships, employee mobility, compensation,
work groups, knowledge workers, and inter-firm learning.
Not ApplicableNot Applicable
MGT 555Operations Management3Study of management decision making in production
and operations. Quantitative techniques are utilized to
promote an organization’s competitive advantage.
Not ApplicableNot Applicable
MGT 560Human Behavior in
Organizations
3An analysis of the behavior of persons in organizational
settings, including personality, values, motivation,
leadership, authority and performance in groups,
and informal groups. This course explores how the alignment of these variables with strategic goals promotes
an organization’s competitive advantage.
Not ApplicableNot Applicable
MGT 565Entrepreneurship3A study of the strategic role of the entrepreneurial
process and resulting innovations, based on challenges
and opportunities. This course examines how an entrepreneur
achieves competitive advantage in the global
marketplace.
Not ApplicableNot Applicable
MGT 590Strategic Management3Study of long-term management tasks of strategy formulation
and implementation for an organization’s
competitive advantage. Topics include environmental
analysis, strategy development, implementation, evaluation,
and organization governance. Should be taken
in the final semester of the MBA program.
Not ApplicableNot Applicable
MGT 601Contemporary Topics in Management3An exploration of contemporary topics in business
management. May be repeated for credit for different
topics. Examples of topics include e-commerce, lean
manufacturing, service operations, global competitiveness,
leadership, culture, or other current issues.
Should be taken in the final semester of the MBA program.
Not ApplicableNot Applicable
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