3013 Principles of Management
management course with emphasis on business ethics, management principles and
theory, along with current management practices as they relate to human
3233 Human Resources Development
Distinguishes between training and development and
addresses the functions and needs for organizational and individual training.
Prerequisite: MGMT 3313.
3303 Organizational Behavior
the functions and problems of management from a behavioral viewpoint. Examines
individuals and groups in effective organizations and integrates these concepts
with organizational structure and process considerations. Prerequisites: ACCT
2103, ACCT 2203, ECON 2123, BADM 2523, BADM 2843,
and MGMT 3013.
3313 Human Resources Management
the functions of Human Resources and its role in the management of
organizations. Selected theories, concepts and principles of HR will be studied
and applied in the context of the current business environment. Prerequisites:
MGMT 3303 and MGMT 3023.
MGMT 3323 Compensation and Benefits
Compensation issues in organizations including:
determining general wage and salary structure, total compensation systems,
equity issues, legal issues, employee benefits administration, and theoretical
issues. Prerequisite: MGMT 3313.
MGMT 3333 Employment and Labor
Management techniques for the administration of
labor agreements, collective bargaining and union management relations, and
evaluation of labor relations in union and non-union organization. Prerequisite:
MGMT 3353 Organizational Theory
The design and interrelationships of
formal organizations and the communication needs for efficiency and
3413 Production/Operations Management
the different tools used by management to improve the decision-making process in
production functions. Topics include productivity, strategy, decision making,
quality improvement, work measurement, and project management. Prerequisites:
ACCT 2103, ACCT 2203, ECON 2123, BADM 2523, and BADM 2843.
3423 Management Information Systems
4413 Quantitative Methods
management science/operations research techniques used in analytical
decision-making. The major topics covered include: linear programming modeling
and solution, distribution problems, network models, project management, and
decision analysis. Prerequisites: ACCT 2103, ACCT 2203, ECON 2123, BADM 2523,
and BADM 2843.
4813 Strategies and Policies
experience that studies strategic management, including environmental analysis,
strategy formulation and implementation, administrative policy, and the
strategic control process. Analyzes problems confronted by upper-level managers
and applies concepts from prior business courses. Prerequisites: Senior in
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.