MANAGEMENT

MANAGEMENT

MANAGEMENT 305: Organizational Behavior (MGMT 305, 4 Credits)
Introduces the theoretical and applied behavioral aspects involved in the effective management of organizations, including individual differences, motivation, communication, group dynamics, power, conflict, decision-making, and leadership.

MANAGEMENT 315: Management in Services (MGMT 315, 2 Credits)
Provides an overview of major organizational behavior concepts and their relationship to the management of complexities and challenges faced by service organizations. Produces conceptual understanding of the role of services in the modern economy, management of conditions for excellent service delivery, creation of value through service, and integration of management with marketing and operations in the service environment. Prerequisite: Completion of MGMT 305 with a minimum grade of C.

MANAGEMENT 357: Multinational Business and Comparative Management (MGMT 357, 3 Credits)  
Contextualizes international business, environment, institutions, and business practices. Develops cultural awareness, sensitivity, and interpersonal and leadership skills needed in an international context.

MANAGEMENT 358: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (MGMT 358, 3 Credits)
Examines the process of initiating, expanding, purchasing, and consolidating businesses. Discusses concepts, theories, and techniques of managerial innovation and implementation in-depth.

MANAGEMENT 405: International Business Strategy and Integration (MGMT 405, 3 Credits)
Discusses integration of business administration principles and concepts for strategy design, implementation, and control in domestic and global markets. Establishment of top management policy is emphasized through case studies, experiential learning, and simulations.

MANAGEMENT 415: Human Resource Management (MGMT 415, 3 Credits)
Examines effective employee management in the service sector including recruitment and interviewing, training and development, performance appraisal, compensation and benefits, employee relations, workforce demographics, and employment law. Prerequisite: Completion of MGMT 305 with a minimum grade of C.

MANAGEMENT 444: Business Ethics and Corporate Governance (MGMT 444, 3 Credits)
Examines corporate social responsibility, stakeholder theory, morality of capitalism, and corporate governance. Applies ethical theory to ongoing issues and current events within the business context.

MANAGEMENT 452: Leadership in Organizations (MGMT 452, 4 Credits)
Provides an in-depth analysis of the process of leadership in organizations with a focus on the development of personal leadership skills. Develops capacity to conceptualize, integrate, and apply diverse approaches to the leadership and motivation of people in organizations. Prerequisite: Completion of MGMT 305 with a minimum grade of C.

MANAGEMENT 456: International Entrepreneurship (MGMT 456, 3 Credits)
Provides an overview of international entrepreneurship through discussion of launching and managing an international entrepreneurial venture, searching and identification of opportunities in foreign markets, logistics of international business expansion, cross-cultural business communication, and international networking.

MANAGEMENT 461: Management in Different Cultures (MGMT 461, 4 Credits)
Examines the impact of culture on managerial decisions in several specific industries and countries to highlight the complexities of management in a global environment. Prerequisite: Completion of MGMT 305 with a minimum grade of C.

MANAGEMENT 463: Performance Management (MGMT 463, 3 Credits)
Discusses the definition, measurement, and evaluation of employee performance, as well as the development of employee skills and implementation of a performance management system.

MANAGEMENT 466: International Human Resource Management (MGMT 466, 3 Credits)
Examines human resource issues facing multinational corporations, including staffing, training and development, performance management, expatriation and repatriation, and compensation.

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 304: Principals of Management Informational Systems (MIS 304, 4 Credits)
Introduces components of management information systems, including computer hardware and software, databases, information systems development, and the role of information systems in the organization. Three hours of lecture and two hours of laboratory.