Management (MGT) - Graduate Courses
MGT 700 Cr.1-3
Emphasis will be on the examination and study of current management issues. Topics will vary from semester to semester. Repeatable for credit - maximum six. Offered Occasionally.
MGT 702 Cr.2
Introduction to the role of operations management in an organization, including production processes, linear programming, layout, inventory control, scheduling, project management, and quality assurance. Prerequisite: This course is an internet MBA foundation course. Offered Occasionally.
MGT 703 Cr.2
Current theories of organizational behavior are studied with emphasis on contributions of the behavioral sciences in describing and analyzing the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations. Problems and strategies in organizational growth and change are studied. Application of concepts and development of interpersonal skills are accomplished through case analysis, practical exercises and examples. Prerequisite: This course is an internet MBA foundation course. Offered Occasionally.
MGT 710 Cr.3
Innovation and Technology Management
This course focuses on the management of innovation and technology in today's technologically integrated and interconnected world. It examines the nature of both innovation and technology from a managerial perspective and investigates what is required to manage both. A combination of lectures, readings, projects and structured exercises will be used. Prerequisite: admission to the MBA Program. Offered Occasionally.
MGT 734 Cr.3
Small Business Management
Advanced study in the function and role of small business management. Determination of the management team strategy in solving the wide varieties of problems encountered by the small firm. Emphasis on analytical case studies. Offered Occasionally.
MGT 736 Cr.3
The Global Environment of Business
This course focuses on current changes in the global environment with which U.S. corporations and managers interact. Emphasis is placed on understanding contemporary changes in the global environment. Contemporary and current changes are examined from a managerial and business perspective that focuses on the inter-dependence of the U.S. and other countries and trading blocs in the global environment of business. Offered Occasionally.
MGT 738 Cr.3
An in-depth examination of the process, structure, evaluation and practices of effective labor-management relations. Special emphasis will be given to the impact of unions on management, grievances, collective bargaining, arbitration, public sector, labor relations and the nature of unions. Offered Occasionally.
MGT 740 Cr.3
Current Issues in Human Resources and Industrial Relations
An in-depth investigation of selected current trends and issues of importance in human resource management and industrial relations. Topics may include: strategic human resource management, legal and social change affecting human resource management, current trends in union organizing, new developments in collective bargaining, new developments in fringe benefits and compensation, and comparative human resource management. Offered Occasionally.
MGT 795 Cr.3
Continuous Quality Improvement for Products and Processes
Course covers customer, output, process, input, stake and stock holders, and decision making functions as they relate to continuous quality improvement. The focus is on delivering the "best net value" to the customer. Students will investigate forming organizational alliances and consensus thinking; integrating corporate functions; developing customer orientation and facilitating teamwork. Site visits and guest lectures will be incorporated. Team-taught. Certificate of Proficiency will be issued upon course completion. Prerequisite: STAT 145 or equivalent. Pass/Fail grading. Offered Occasionally.
MGT 797 Cr.1-3
Individual reading or research under the guidance of a staff member. Registration with consent of the student’s regular adviser, the instructor, and the department chairperson. Approval form available in the office of the Dean of the College of Business Administration. Form must be completed prior to registration. Repeatable for credit - maximum three. Prerequisite: admission to the MBA Program with a minimum 3.50 cum GPA; completed a minimum of 21 credits in the MBA Program. Maximum of three credits of independent study in any combination of ACC 797, ECO 797, FIN 797, MGT 797 and MKT 797. Consent of department. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.