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  1. ACCT 203 - Survey of Accounting

    Introduction to financial and managerial accounting. Financial accounting from viewpoint of those who prepare and use financial information. Financial accounting topics include recording financial transaction, creating financial statements, the study of cash and internal controls. Managerial accounting topics include introduction to job order costing, breakeven analysis, standard costs and variances and short term decision making. Lecture, recitation format; requires attendance in weekly lecture and weekly recitation.

    Prerequisites:Grade of C or higher in ECON 103.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    ACCT 203-001 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 203-002 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 203-003 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 203-A01 (Summer 2011)
    ACCT 203-C01 (Summer 2011)
    ACCt 203-001 (Fall 2011)
    ACCT 203-002 (Fall 2011)
    ACCT 203-001 (Spring 2012)
    Acct 203-002 (Spring 2012)
    Acct 203-003 (Spring 2012)
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  2. ACCT 204 - Honors Survey of Accounting

    Introduction to financial and managerial accounting. Financial accounting from viewpoint of those who prepare & use financial information. Financial accounting topics include recording financial transaction, creating financial statements, the study of cash and internal controls. Managerial accounting topics include introduction to job order costing, breakeven analysis, standard costs and variances and short term decision making. Lecture, recitation format; requires attendance in weekly lecture and weekly recitation. Project on a global corporation is conducted to reinforce accounting concepts.

    Prerequisites:Cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher; ECON 103 with a grade of B or higher. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    ACCT 204 001 (Spring 2012)
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  3. ACCT 301 - Financial Accounting and Managerial Decision Making

    Examines financial accounting from the viewpoint of both users and preparers of financial statements, emphasizing use of financial statement information to make financing, operating, and investing decisions. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are introduced.

    School of Business students will not be permitted to make more than three attempts to achieve a C or higher in ACCT 301.  Those who do not successfully complete this course within three attempts will be terminated from their major and will not be eligible to receive a degree from the School of Business. For more information about this, see the “Termination from the Major” section under Academic Policies.

    Notes: Mid-term and final exams may be scheduled on Saturdays for this class. The number of class sessions will be modified to compensate for mid-term examination time. Accommodations will be made for religious conflicts, Saturday classes, and certain official university activities.

    Prerequisites:Grade of C or higher in ACCT 203 or ACCT 204; sophomore standing. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    ACCT 301-010 (Fall 2011)
    ACCT 301-001 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 301-002 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 301-003 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 301-004 (Spring 2012)
    ACCt 301-008 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 301 010 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 301-005 (Spring 2012)  
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  4. ACCT 311 - Managerial and Cost Accounting

    Develops skills in identifying business processes, transforming data into useful information, and making managerial decisions. Designed for students in all areas of management, especially those whose career aims include cost management. Topics include analyzing and managing costs, developing cost systems that facilitate decision making, identifying opportunities for improving business process, creating financial and operating budgets for planning and control, and developing measures to assess performance.

    Note: Mid-term and final exams may be scheduled on Saturdays for this class. The number of class sessions will be modified to compensate for mid-term examination time. Accommodations will be made for religious conflicts, Saturday classes, and certain official university activities.

    Prerequisites:Degree status, grade of B minus or higher in ACCT 301.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    ACCT 311-001 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 311-002 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 311-003-004-007 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 311-A02-(Summer 2011)
    ACCT 311-006 and 007 (Fall 2011)
    ACCT 311-001 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 311 002-003-004 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 311 005 (Spring 2012) 
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  5. ACCT 331 - Intermediate Financial Accounting I

    Deals with the accounting process used to measure and report economic events. The primary goals are to understand the role financial reporting plays in providing decision-useful information; understand the economics underlying business transactions and learn the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) that set the reporting and disclosure requirements for those transactions; evaluate the efficacy of GAAP; and understand the motivations that lead managers to select one accounting principle over another. Topics include the accounting process and the conceptual framework, financial statements, and accounting for current and noncurrent assets and liabilities. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are discussed.

    Note: Mid-term and final exams may be scheduled on Saturdays for this class. The number of class sessions will be modified to compensate for mid-term examination time. Accommodations will be made for religious conflicts, Saturday classes, and certain official university activities.

    Prerequisites:Degree status, grade of B minus or higher in ACCT 301.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    ACCT 331-004-005 (Spring 2011)

    ACCT 331-001 (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 331-002 (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 331-004 (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 331-005 (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 331-003 (Spring 2012)
      
    ACCT 331-001-002-004 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 331 006 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 331 007 (Spring 2012)
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  6. ACCT 332 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II

    Deals with the accounting process used to measure and report economic events. The primary goals are to understand the role financial reporting plays in providing decision useful information; understand the economics underlying business transactions and learn the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) that set the reporting and disclosure requirements for those transactions; evaluate the efficacy of GAAP; and understand the motivations that lead managers to select one accounting principle over another. Topics include bonds, owners’ equity, cash flows, accounting changes, and accounting for investments, income taxes, leases, and pensions. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are discussed.

    Note: This course is a continuation of ACCT 331. Mid-term and final exams may be scheduled on Saturdays for this class. The number of class sessions will be modified to compensate for mid-term examination time. Accommodations will be made for religious conflicts, Saturday classes, and certain official university activities.

    Prerequisites:Degree status, grades of C or higher in ACCT 331 and FNAN 301.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    ACCT 332-001-002 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 332-003-004 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 332-005 (spring 2011)

    ACCT 332-003 Brooks (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 332-001-002-003 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 332 004 (Spring 2012)
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  7. ACCT 351 - Taxation and Managerial Decision Making

    Introduction to fundamental topics in taxation using a business-entities approach. Specific topics include gross income, deductions, losses, and property transactions. The course emphasizes the identification of planning and compliance issues and the application of tax law to resolve those issues. Both tax and non-tax factors affecting decision making are considered.

    Note: Mid-term and final exams may be scheduled on Saturdays for this class. The number of class sessions will be modified to compensate for mid-term examination time. Accommodations will be made for religious conflicts, Saturday classes, and certain official university activities.

    Prerequisites:Degree status, grade of C or higher in ACCT 331.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    ACCT 351-001 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 351-002 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 351-003 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 351-005-006-007 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 351-008 (Spring 2011)

    ACCT 351-A01 (Summer 2011)

    ACCT 351-004 (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 351-005 (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 351-001-002-003 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 351 005 (Spring 2012) 
    ACCT 351 006 (Spring 2012)

    ACCT 351-001 (Spring 2012) 
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  8. ACCT 361 - Accounting Information Systems

    This course involves the study and development of accounting information systems. The focus is on business processes covering many industries with an emphasis on data modeling and internal control. Special topics including XBRL and commercial systems are incorporated throughout the course.

    Prerequisites:Degree status, grade of B minus or higher in ACCT 301 and grade of C or higher in MIS 301. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    ACCT 361-002 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 361-003-004-005 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 361-006 (Spring 2011)

    ACCT 361-001 and 007 Part One (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 361-001 and 007 Part Two (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 361-001-003-004 (Spring 2012) 

    Acct 361 005 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 361 002 (Spring 2012)
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  9. ACCT 372 - Financial Statement Analysis

    Detailed overview of financial statement analysis by users of financial statements. Students learn about common features of mandatory and voluntary accounting disclosures, behaviors and interactions among different users of financial statement information. Primary focus is analysis of financial statement information in body of financial statements and footnotes, and implications of those disclosures for firm valuation, fraud prediction, taxation, and governance.

    Prerequisites:Degree Status, grade of "C" or higher in ACCT 331 or FNAN 302. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

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  10. ACCT 411 - Advanced Managerial Accounting

    Managerial uses of accounting information in planning, controlling, motivating, and decision making. Emphasizes quantitative and behavioral aspects of managerial accounting.

    Prerequisites:Degree status, grade of C or higher in ACCT 311.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    ACCT 411-001 (Spring 2011)

  11. ACCT 433 - Advanced Financial Accounting

    Focuses on advanced topics in financial accounting. Students study accounting business combinations, preparation of consolidated financial statements, accounting for foreign currency transactions, translation and remeasurement of foreign currency financial statements, partnership accounting, interim and segment reporting, and Securities and Exchange Commission reporting issues. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are discussed.

    Prerequisites:Degree status; C or higher in ACCT 301 and ACCT 332.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    ACCT 433-001 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 443 001 (Spring 2012)
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  12. ACCT 451 - Advanced Federal Taxation

    Federal taxation of corporations, partnerships, fiduciaries, and gratuitous transfers.

    Prerequisites:Degree status, grade of C or higher in ACCT 351. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall
  13. ACCT 461 - Assurance and Audit Services

    Introduction to audit and other assurance services’ objectives, theory, and practices. Focuses on developing skills for interpreting business strategies and identifying related business risks, describing internal control solutions to those risks, identifying evidential sources, providing assurance about those risks and controls, and designing strategies to provide assurance services about the reliability of business information.

    Prerequisites:Degree status, grades of C or higher in ACCT 301, ACCT 331 and 361.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    ACCT 461-001-002 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 461-003 (Spring 2011)
    ACCT 461-005 (Spring 2011)

    ACCT 461-Ao1-(Summer 2011)

    ACCT 461-001 and 002 Pawlewicz (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 461-003 Hubbard (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 461-004 Liljegren (Fall 2011)

    ACCT 461-001-002 (Spring 2012) 

    ACCT 461-004 (Spring 2012) 
    ACCT 461 003 (Spring 2012)
    ACCT 461 005 (Spring 2012)
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  14. ACCT 462 - Honors Seminar in Accounting

    An in-depth study and analysis of contemporary developments and topics of interest in accounting.

    Notes: The topics and format will vary. Enrollment in this course is limited and competitive.

    Prerequisites:Accounting major, senior standing, permission of the instructor.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

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  15. ACCT 472 - Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting

    Introduction to accounting for nonbusiness organizations. Emphasizes accounting issues unique to these entities, including non-exchange transactions and lack of ownership interest. Includes accounting and reporting for state and local governments, charitable organizations, and the federal government.

    Prerequisites:Degree status, grade of C or higher in ACCT 331.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    ACCT 472-001 (Spring 2011)

    ACCT 472-A01 (Summer 2011)

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  16. ACCT 491 - Seminar in Accounting

    Advanced study of accounting concepts and selected topics.

    Prerequisites:Degree status.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, spring
  17. ACCT 492 - Field Experience in Accounting

    This course is crosslisted with School of Business 492 and is intended for accounting students. Opportunity to gain practical, professional experience in conjunction with academic development. Internship is an important part of academic and career preparation. May be used as elective credit, but may not be repeated.

    Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, Summer
  18. ACCT 499 - Independent Study

    Research and analysis of selected problems or topics in accounting.

    Note: Must be arranged with an instructor, and students must receive written approval from the associate dean for undergraduate programs before registration. Written report required. May be repeated for maximum 6 credits if topics vary.

    Prerequisites:9 credits in upper-level accounting courses, degree status.Credits:1-3
  19. BULE 302 - Legal Environment of Business

    Survey of the legal environment of business, emphasizing legal concepts and legal reasoning to prepare students to recognize legal problems and formulate appropriate responses. Topics include the federal and state court systems, constitutional and administrative law, business torts and crimes, contracts and business ethics. Lecture, discussion, cases.

    School of Business students will not be permitted to make more than three attempts to achieve a C or higher in BULE 302. Those who do not successfully complete this course within three attempts will be terminated from their major and will not be eligible to receive a degree from the School of Business. For more information about this, see the “Termination from the Major” section under Academic Policies.

    Prerequisites:Sophomore standing.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:


    BULE 302-010 (Fall 2011)
    BULE 302-003 (Fal 2011)
    BULE 302-004 (Fall 2011)
    BULE 302-005 (Fall 2011)
    BULE 302-006 (Fall 2011)
    BULE 302-007 (Fall 2011)
    BULE 302-DL1 (Fall 2011)
    BULE 302-008 (Fall 2011)
    BULE 302-009 (Fall 2011)
    BULE 302-001and 002 (Fall 2011)
    BULE 302-005 and 006 (Spring 2012)
    BULE 302-DL1 (Spring 2012)  
    BULE 302-009 (Spring 2012)
    BULE 302-003 (Spring 2012)
    BULE 302-004 (Spring 2012)
    BULE 302-001 and 002 (Spring 2012) 
    BULE 302-008 (Spring 2012)
    BULE 302-007 (Spring 2012)
    BULE 302-010 (Spring 2012)
    BULE302-C01 (Summer 2012)
    BULE302-X01 (Summer 2012)
    BULE302-003 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-004 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-006 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-005 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-DL1 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-DL2 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-009 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-001 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-002 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-010 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-007 (Fall 2012)
    BULE302-DL1 (Spring 2013)
    BULE302-DL2 (Spring 2013)
    BULE302-005 (Spring 2013)
    BULE302-001 (Spring 2013) 
    BULE302-002 (Spring 2013) 
    BULE302-003 (Spring 2013) 
    BULE302-004 (Spring 2013) 
    BULE302-006 (Spring 2013) 
    BULE302-009 (Spring 2013)
    BULE302-008 (Spring 2013)
    BULE302-X01 (Summer 2013)
    BULE302-005-006 (Fall 2013)
    BULE302-003 (Fall 2013)
    BULE302-004 (Fall 2013)
    BULE302-001-002 (Fall 2013)
    BULE302-DL1 (Fall 2013)
    BULE302-007 (Fall 2013)
    BULE302-DL2 (Fall 2013)
    BULE302-008 (Fall 2013)
    BULE302-009 (Fall 2013)
    BULE302-001 (Spring 2014)
    BULE 302-DL2 (Spring 2014)
    BULE302-002 (Spring 2014)
    BULE 302-DL1 (Spring 2014)
    BULE 302-003 (Spring 2014)
    BULE 302-004 (Spring 2014)
    BULE 302-005 (Spring 2014)
    BULE 302-006 (Spring 2014)
    BULE 302-007 (Spring 2014)
    BULE 302-C01 (Summer 2014)
    BULE 302-B02 (Summer 2014)
    BULE 302-006 (Fall 2014)
    BULE 302-008 (Fall 2014)
    BULE 302-007 (Fall 2014)
    BULE 302-001 (Fall 2014)
    BULE 302-002 (Fall 2014)
    BULE 302-005 (Fall 2014)
    BULE 302-DL1 (Fall 2014)

     
       

  20. BULE 402 - Commercial Law

    Survey of commercial law emphasizing the Uniform Commercial Code. Lecture, discussion, cases.

    Prerequisites:BULE 302, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    BULE 402-001 (Spring 2011)
    BULE 402-001 (Fall 2011)
    BULE 402-002 (Spring 2012)
    BULE 402-001 (Fall 2012)
    BULE 402-001 (Spring 2013)
    BULE 402-001 (Fall 2013)
    BULE 402-001 (Spring 2014)

  21. FNAN 300 - Personal Financial Management

    Emphasis is on understanding the importance of developing financial goals and how financial decisions affect those goals throughout their lifetime.   In addition, students will develop their own financial goals along with a financial plan that would enable them to meet those goals.  This course may be taken for regular grading or S/NC. Students must notify instructor which option they want. FNAN 300 may be taken for general elective credit by School of Business students. (Grading: special undergraduate)

    Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:


    FNAN 300 (Fall 2012)
    FNAN 300 (Spring 2012)
    FNAN 300 (Fall 2011)
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  22. FNAN 301 - Financial Management

    Introduction to managing a firm’s financial resources given wealth maximization decision criterion. Includes working capital management, fixed-asset investment, cost of capital, capital structure, and dividend decision analysis.

    School of Business students will not be permitted to make more than three attempts to achieve a C or higher in FNAN 301. Those who do not successfully complete this course within three attempts will be terminated from their major and will not be eligible to receive a degree from the School of Business. For more information about this, see the “Termination from the Major” section under Academic Policies. 

    Note: Lecture, problems, and discussion. Requires attendance in weekly lectures and recitations. The final exam for FNAN 301 may be scheduled to take place for all sections at the same time during the final exam period. Accommodations will be made for exam and religious conflicts and for certain official university-sponsored activities.

    Prerequisites:C or better in ECON 103, ACCT 203, and OM 210; sophomore standing. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, spring, summerSyllabi:



    FNAN 301 001-004 (Spring 2013)


    FNAN 301 001-004 (Fall 2012)


    FNAN 301 DL1 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 301 C01 (Summer 2012)

    FNAN 301 C02 (Summer 2012)

    FNAN 301 001-004 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 301 001-004 (Fall 2011)

    FNAN 301 A01 (Summer 2011)

    FNAN 301 (Spring 2011)

  23. FNAN 302 - Financial Analysis, Forecasting, and Valuation

    Examines techniques for analyzing, understanding, and applying financial information in decision situations. Topics include financial statement analysis, development of financial models, and financial planning and forecasting.

    Notes: Lecture, discussion, computer-assisted research.

    Prerequisites:Degree Status and a grade of B minus or higher in FNAN 301. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    FNAN 302 Fall 2014 Canterbury.pdf

    fnan 302 spring 2014.pdf


    fnan 302 fall 2013.pdf


    FNAN 302 (Spring 2013)


    FNAN 302 (Fall 2012)


    FNAN 302 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 302 (Fall 2011)

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  24. FNAN 311 - Principles of Investment

    Introduces analysis of the valuation of equity and debt securities given modern capital market theory. Includes discussion of portfolio analysis as related to valuation of securities.

    Notes: Lecture, discussion, and computer-assisted research.

    Prerequisites:Degree Status and a grade of B minus or higher in FNAN 301. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    FNAN 311 Fall 2014 Hsieh.pdf

    FNAN 311 Fall 2014 Horstmeyer.pdf


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    FNAN 311 002,004 (Spring 2013)


    FNAN 311 001 (Spring 2013)


    FNAN 311 001 (Fall 2012)


    FNAN 311 002-003 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 311_003-004 (Spring 2012)
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    FNAN 311 001 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 311 001 (Fall 2011)

    FNAN 311 002-003 (Fall 2011)

    FNAN 311 A01 (Summer 2011)

    FNAN 311 001 (Spring 2011)

    FNAN 311 003 (Spring 2011)

    FNAN 311-004 (Spring 2011)

  25. FNAN 321 - Financial Institutions

    Discusses basic objectives of financial institutions in light of industry structure and regulatory environment, and decision variables that management should concentrate on to achieve objectives. Includes role of financial institutions in allocation of funds in financial markets.

    Notes: Lecture, discussion, and computer-assisted research.

    Prerequisites:Degree Status and a grade of B minus or higher in FNAN 301. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    FNAN 321 Fall 2014 Hanweck.pdf

    fnan 321 fall 2013.pdf


    FNAN 321 002-003 (Spring 2013)

    FNAN 321 001, 003 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 321 002 (Fall 2012)FNAN 321 002-003 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 321 001 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 321-001 (Fall 2011)

    FNAN 321-002 (Fall 2011)


    FNAN 321-A01 (Summer 2011)

    FNAN 321-001 (Spring 2011)

    FNAN 321-002 (Spring 2011)

  26. FNAN 351 - Principles of Real Estate

    Studies dimensions and specialties involved in public control and private development, sale, finance, and management of real estate. Includes land planning, land-use control, appraisal, finance, brokerage, property management, and investment.

    Notes: Lecture, discussion, and computer-assisted research.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in FNAN 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:


    FNAN 351 001 (Spring 2013)
     
    FNAN 351 002 (Spring 2013)
    FNAN 351 001 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 351 002 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 351 001 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 351-002 (Fall 2011)

    FNAN 351 A01 (Summer 2011)

    FNAN 351 (Spring 2011)

  27. FNAN 401 - Advanced Financial Management

    Analyzes decision-making in firm, emphasizing conceptual structure of problems and using advanced analytic techniques. Topics include current asset management, capital budgeting and structure, dividend policy, long-term financing, mergers, and corporate planning models.

    Notes: Lecture, discussion, and case analysis.

    Prerequisites:Degree Status and a grade of B minus or higher in FNAN 301. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    FNAN 401 Fall 2014 Lee.pdf

    FNAN 401 Fall 2014 Christophe.pdf


    fnan 401 Spring 2014.pdf


    fnan 401 01 fall 2013.pdf


    fnan 401 02 fall 2013.pdf


    FNAN 401 003 (Spring 2013)


    FNAN 401 001 (Spring 2013)


    FNAN 401 001 (Fall 2012)


    FNAN 401 002 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 401 003 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 401 002 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 401 001 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 401-001 (Fall 2011)


    FNAN 401 002-003 (Fall 2011)

    FNAN 401 A01 (Summer 2011)

    FNAN 401-002 (Spring 2011)

    FNAN 401-004 (Spring 2011)

  28. FNAN 411 - Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

    Analyzes modern techniques of portfolio management including evaluating standards for selecting individual securities to include or delete from portfolios. Presents risk-return analysis for portfolios and portfolio performance measures. Lecture, discussion, computer assisted research.

    Prerequisites:Degree Status and a grade of C or higher in FNAN 311. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    fnan 411 fall 2013 wang.pdf

    FNAN 411 002 (Spring 2013)

    FNAN 411 001 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 411 001 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 411 001 (Fall 2011)

    FNAN 411 001 (Spring 2011)

  29. FNAN 412 - Futures and Options Markets

    Introduces options, commodity, and financial futures markets as they function to provide pricing mechanisms and alternative investment vehicles. Lecture, discussion, and computer-assisted research.

    Prerequisites:Degree Status and a grade of C or higher in FNAN 311. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    FNAN 412 Fall 2014 Wang.pdf

    fnan 412 spring 2014 wang .pdf


    fnan 412 fall 2013 wang.pdf


    FNAN 412 001 (Spring 2013)


     FNAN 412 001 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 412 001 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 412 001 (Fall 2011)

    FNAN 412 (Spring 2011)

  30. FNAN 421 - Money and Capital Markets

    Discussion of how financial markets are organized, their role in the allocation of funds to various market segments, and interaction between markets. Topics include aggregate flow of funds analysis; and money, government, corporate, and mortgage markets. Lecture, discussion, and computer assisted research.

    Prerequisites:Degree Status and a grade of C or higher in FNAN 321. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    FNAN 421 Fall 2014 Wang.pdf

    fnan 421 fall 2013.pdf
     

    FNAN 421 001-002 (Spring 2013)


    FNAN 421 001 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 421 002 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 421 001-002 (Spring 2012)


    FNAN 421-001 (Fall 2011)

    FNAN 421 (Spring 2011)

  31. FNAN 430 - Empirical Methods in Finance

    Examines statistical and econometric techniques used in analyzing financial data and developing financial models. Combines development of understanding of fundamental concepts with applications. Includes extensive use of standard software.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in FNAN 311 or FNAN 321; BS degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    FNAN 430 (Spring 2013)

    FNAN 430 (Spring 2012)

  32. FNAN 432 - Fixed-Income Securities

    Focuses on analysis of fixed-income securities, including corporate and government bonds, mortgage-backed securities, and derivatives. Major topics include institutional features of fixed-income securities markets, valuation, analysis of risks, and portfolio management decisions.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in FNAN 311; BS degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

     FNAN 432-001 old491 (Spring 2011)

  33. FNAN 440 - International Financial Management

    Introduces management of contemporary firm’s international financial operations. Topics include foreign exchange risk, political risk, returns and risks of international projects, international money and capital markets, financial accounting, capital structure, and cost of capital. Lecture, discussion, readings, and problems.

    Prerequisites:Degree Status and a grade of B minus or higher in FNAN 301. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    FNAN 440 Fall 2014 Christophe.pdf

    fnan 440 spring 2014 Wang.pdf


    FNAN 440 001 Spring 2013)


    FNAN 440 001 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 440 002 (Fall 2012)

    FNAN 440 001 (Spring 2012)

    FNAN 440 001 (Fall 2011)

    FNAN 440 (Spring 2011)

    FNAN 440 001 (Fall 2013)

  34. FNAN 451 - Real Estate Finance

    Studies mechanisms of real estate finance, sources of funds, loan contracts, principles of mortgage risk analysis, and secondary mortgage markets. Develops analytical skills including using microcomputer and appropriate software.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in FNAN 301 and FNAN 351, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:SpringSyllabi:


    FNAN 451 001 (Spring 2013)
    FNAN 451 002 (Spring 2012)

  35. FNAN 454 - Real Estate Development

    Examines commercial real estate development process and principles plus actual residential, office, retail, and industrial projects. Includes financial analytical techniques to investigate project feasibility, density, financing viability, cash flows, and valuation. Emphasis placed on real-world, entrepreneurial, decision-making skills for developing commercial real estate. Lecture, discussion, project analysis.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in FNAN 351, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, spring
  36. FNAN 462 - Honors Seminar in Finance

    Provides an in-depth study and analysis of contemporary developments and topics of interest in finance. Topics and format will vary. Enrollment is limited and competitive.

    Prerequisites:Finance major, degree status, senior standing, permission of the instructor.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, spring
  37. FNAN 491 - Special Topics in Finance

    Advanced study of special topics in finance.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in FNAN 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    FNAN 491 (Spring 2011)

  38. FNAN 499 - Independent Study

    May be repeated to a maximum of 6 credits if topics vary. Degree status. Research and analysis of selected problems or topics in finance.

    Notes: Must be arranged with instructor and approved in writing by associate dean for undergraduate programs before registration. Written report required. May be repeated for maximum 6 credits if topics vary.

    Prerequisites:Finance majors with at least 9 upper-level credits, degree status.Credits:1-3
  39. MGMT 301 - People and Organizations

    Explores how individuals behave in the workplace, and how group and organizational structures affect behavior. Builds managerial skills required for working with and through others to reach organizational goals. Topics include individual differences, groups and teams, managing conflict, organizational ethics, culture, diversity, influence, leadership, and motivational theories and techniques. The course format provides opportunities to discuss and apply concepts.

    School of Business students will not be permitted to make more than three attempts to achieve a C or higher in MGMT 301. Those who do not successfully complete this course within three attempts will be terminated from their major and will not be eligible to receive a degree from the School of Business. For more information about this, see the “Termination from the Major” section under Academic Policies.

    Prerequisites:Sophomore standing.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    MGMT 301-001 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 301-A02 (Summer 2011) 
    MGMT301-A01 (Summer 2011)
    Mgmt 301-B01 (Summer 2011)
    Mgmt 301-001-DL1 (Fall 2011)
    Mgmt 301-DL2 online (Fall 2011)
    Mgmt 301-DL1 (Spring 2012) 
    Mgmt 301-DL2 (Spring 2012)
    Mgmt 301-A02 (Summer 2012)
    Mgmt 301-B01 (Summer 2012)
    Mgmt 301-A01 (Summer 2012)
    Mgmt 301-DL1 (Fall 2012)
    Mgmt 301-DL2 (Fall 2012)
    Mgmt 301-DL1 (Spring 2013)  
    Mgmt 301-DL2 (Spring 2013)  
    Mgmt 301-a01 (Summer 2013)  
    Mgmt 301B01 (Summer 2013)  
    Mgmt 301-001-DL1 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 301-DL2 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 301-001 and DL1 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 301-DL2 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 301-A01 (Summer 2014)
    MGMT 301-B02 (Summer 2014)
    MGMT 301-DL1 (Fall 2014)
    MGMT 301-DL2 (Fall 2014)

  40. MGMT 312 - Principles and Practices of Management

    Builds on fundamental theories and concepts learned in MGMT 301 by examining the nature of managerial work under a range of business models and under rapidly changing business conditions. Managerial functions and activities such as planning, strategizing, organizing, controlling, and directing are examined in depth and in the context of current organizational examples and scenarios.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 301 and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MGMT 312-001 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 312-002 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 312-003 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 312-004 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 312-A01 (Summer 2011) 
    MGMT 312-003 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 312-004 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 312-005 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 312-002 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 312-003 and 004 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 312-A01 (Summer 2012)
    MGMT 312 001 (FAll 2012)
    MGMT 312-004 (Fall 2012)
    MGMT 312-002 (Fall 2012)
    MGMT 312-001-002 (Spring 2013)
    MGMT 312-003 (Spring 2013)   
    MGMT 312-A01 (Summer 2013)
    MGMT 312-001 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 312-002-003 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 312-001 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 312-003 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 312-001-002-003 (Fall 2014)

     

  41. MGMT 321 - Introduction to Human Resource Management

    The field of human resource management examines what can or should be done to make workers more productive and satisfied. The course builds on MGMT 301 by introducing key concepts and techniques that managers need to attract, retain, develop, compensate, and motivate quality talent. Also emphasizes legal and ethical considerations in human resource management.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 301 and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MGMT 321-001 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 321-002 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 321-003 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 321-004 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 321-A01 (Summer 2011)
    MGMT 321-003 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 321-001-002 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 321-003 (Spring 2012) 
    MGMT 321-004 (Spring 2012) 
    MGMT 321-001 and 002 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 321-A01 (Summer 2012)
    MGMT 321-001-002 (Spring 2013)
    MGMT321-003 (Spring 2013)
    MGMT 321-001-002-(Fall 2013)
    MGMT 321-003 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 321-002 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 321-001-003 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 321-001-002 (Fall 2014)
    MGMT 321-003 (Fall 2014)

  42. MGMT 412 - Diversity in Organizations

    Builds on MGMT 301 by emphasizing intrapersonal, interpersonal, organizational, and societal phenomena relevant to issues of diversity. Examines phenomena and processes in general and with regard to specific dimensions such as gender, race, and ability. Designed to increase students’ knowledge of diversity in organizations, understanding others’ perspectives, and ability to work well with people who differ from themselves.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 301 and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MGMT 412 (Spring 2011)
    Mgmt 412 002 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 412 003 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 412 001 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 412-001 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 412-001 (Fall 2012)
    MGMT 412-001 (Spring 2013)
    MGMt 412-001 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 412-001 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 412-001 (Fall 2014)

  43. MGMT 413 - Organizational Development and Management Consulting

    Introduces theory and practice of organization development. Assumes some basic knowledge of organizational behavior, and addresses how to use knowledge about organizations to change them. Focuses on ways of understanding organizations with attention to theoretical underpinnings of field and diagnostic models, and processes for entering organizations. Later sessions focus on contracting, data collection, organizational diagnosis, data feedback, and change technologies.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 301; degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MGMT 413-001 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 413-003 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 413-001 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 413-001 (Spring 2012) 
    MGMT 413-002 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 413-001 (Spring 2013)
    MGMT 413-001 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 413-001 (Fall 2014)

  44. MGMT 421 - Advanced Human Resource Management

    Builds on MGMT 321 by using a case-based approach to deepen understanding of HRM practices. Students conduct projects requiring application of strategic HR processes. Includes discussion of advanced topics not thoroughly covered in MGMT 321. Relevant for management majors, particularly those seeking a human resource management career. Helps prepare for SHRM Professional in Human Resources certification exam.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 301 and 321, and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MGMT 421-001 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 421-001 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 421-001 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 421-002 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 421-001 (Fall 2012)
    MGMT 421-001 (Spring 2013) 
    MGMT 421-002 (Spring 2013)
    Mgmt 421-001 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 421-001 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 421-002 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 421-001 (Fall 2014)

  45. MGMT 431 - Employee Relations

    Focuses on employee relations issues from historical and current perspectives; for management majors interested in pursuing HRM career.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in BULE 302; degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MGMT 431-002 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 431-005 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 431-A01 (Summer 2011)
    MGMT 431-001 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 431-A01 (Summer 2012)
    MGMT 431-002 (Fall 2012)
    MGMT 431-001 (Spring 2013)
    MGMT 431-002 (Spring 2013)  
    MGMT 431-A01 (Summer 2013)
    MGMT 431-001 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 431-001 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 431-001 (Fall 2014)

      

  46. MGMT 451 - New Venture Creation

    Explains process of conceptualizing and creating new venture. Using central concepts of innovation, strategic opportunities, and globalization, students learn to evaluate new venture opportunities and consider external environment’s impact. Students gain greater understanding of entrepreneurial concepts by developing business plans that address critical issues, including management composition and structure, effective business and functional strategies, operational logistics, legal issues, financial projections, and financing options.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 301 and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MBMT 451-001 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 451-002 (Fall 2011)
    Mgmt 451-001 (Fall 2011)
    Mgmt 451-001 (Spring 2011)
    Mgm 451-001 (Fall 2012)
    Mgmt 451-001 (Spring 2013)
    Mgmt 451-002 (Fall 2013)
    Mgmt 451-001 (Fall 2013)
    Mgmt 451-002-(Fall 2014)

  47. MGMT 461 - Cross Cultural and Global Management

    Explores theory and practice of managing culturally diverse organizations in domestic and international contexts. Topics include management customs and practices in different world regions, cross-cultural communication and learning, and the developing culturally and internationally sophisticated employees and managers.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 301, and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MGMT 461-001 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 461-C01 (Summer 2011)
    MGMT 461-001 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 461-001 (Fall 2012)
    MGMT 461-002 (Fall 2012)
    MGMT 461-002 (Spring 2013)
    MGMT 461-001-002 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 461-001 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 461-001-002 (Fall 2014)

  48. MGMT 462 - Honors Seminar in Management

    Topic and format vary. In-depth study of topic of interest to managers and organizations.

    Notes: Enrollment limited and competitive.

    Prerequisites:Invitation by professor.Credits:3When Offered:FallSyllabi:

    MGMT 462-001 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 462-001 (Spring 2013)
    MGMT 462-001 (Spring 2014)

  49. MGMT 463 - Negotiations in Organizations

    Focuses on theory, processes, and practice of negotiation within and across organizations, including attention to ethical issues. Explores systematic ways to increase quality of negotiated agreements, including methods of preparation and use of rational assumption, bidding and decision criteria. Format includes negotiation exercises, lecture, and discussion.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 301 and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MGMT 463-001 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 463-001-002 (Fall 2011) 
    MGMT 463-002 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 463-002 (Fall 2012)
    MGMT 463-003 (Fall 2012)
    MGMT 463-001 (Spring 2013)
    MGMT 463-001 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 463-001 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 463-001 (Fall 2014)

  50. MGMT 464 - Teamwork and Interpersonal Skills

    Focuses on intensive development of high professional-level skill set for collaboration and leadership in contemporary environments. Builds on content introduced in MGMT 301, 312. Attention to developing personal leadership capabilities, collaborating in traditional and virtual environments, improving group processes, project management, tolerating ambiguity, improving communication, creative problem solving, time management, coaching, and empowering employees.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 301 and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MGMT 464-001-002 (Spring 2011)
    Mgmt 464-A01 (Summer 2011)
    Mgmt 464-001 and 003 (Fall 2011)
    Mgmt 464-002 (Spring 2012) 
    Mgmt 464-001 (Spring 2012)
    Mgmt 464-A01 (Summer 2012)
    Mgmt 464-001 and 002 (Fall 2012)
    Mgmt 464-001 (Spring 2013) 
    Mgmt 464-002 (Spring 2013) 
    Mgmt 464-A01 (Summer 2013)
    Mgmt 464-001 (Fall 2013)
    Mgmt 464-002 (Spring 2014)
    Mgmt 464-001 (Spring 2014)
    Mgmt 464-A01 (Summer 2014)
    Mgmt 464-001 (Fall 2014)

  51. MGMT 471 - Competitive Strategy

    Explores industry structures and competitive behavior of firms. Attention to how firm uses tangible, intangible, and human resources to develop sustainable competitive advantage, and how competitors interact in marketplace. Introduces tools and concepts to analyze industry dynamics and competitive interactions of firms in these industries.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 301 and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3Syllabi:

    MGMT 471-002 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 471-002 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT471-001 (Spring 2013)
    MGMT 471-002 (Fall 2013)
    MGMT 471-001 (Spring 2014)
    MGMT 471-001 (Fall 2014)

  52. MGMT 491 - Current Topics in Management

    Advanced study of management concepts and selected topics. Incorporates intensive analysis of management problems of long-term strategic significance or current urgency for organizational planning and operations. Includes significant contemporary research findings.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MGMT 312 and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MGMT 491 (Spring 2011)
    MGMT 491 (Fall 2011)
    MGMT 491 (Spring 2012)
    MGMT 491 (Fall 2012)
    MGMT 491 (Spring2013)
    MGMT 491 (Spring 2014)


  53. MGMT 499 - Independent Study

    Research and analysis of selected problems or topics in management must be arranged with instructor and approved in writing by associate dean for undergraduate programs.

    Notes: Written report required.

    Prerequisites:Management majors with at least 9 upper-level management credit hours.Credits:1-3
  54. MIS 102 - Spreadsheet Applications for Business

    Hands-on course using popular spreadsheet package. Business examples used to teach fundamentals of spreadsheets and their use in business applications.

    Credits:1When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    MIS 102 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 102 2X1 (Summer 2011)
    MIS 102 2X2 (Summer 2011)
    MIS 102 2X3 (Summer 2011)
    MIS 102 2X4 (Summer 2011)
    MIS 102 201 203 205 207 209 211 & 213 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 102 209 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 102 201 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 102 205 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 102 207 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 102 211 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 102 201 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 203 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 205 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 207 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 209 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 213 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 211 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 206 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 208 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 202 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 204 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 210 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 212 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 214 Fall 2012
    MIS 102 205 Spring 2013
    MIS 102 209 Spring 2013
    MIS 102 207 Spring 2013
    MIS 102 203 Spring 2013
    MIS 102 201 Spring 2013
    MIS 102 202 Spring 2013
    MIS 102 204 Spring 2013
    MIS 102 206 Spring 2013 
    MIS 102 208 Spring 2013 
    MIS 102 210 Spring 2013
    MIS 102 2B2 Summer 2013
    MIS 102 2B1 Summer 2013
    MIS 102 207 Fall 2013 
    MIS 102 210 Fall 2013
    MIS 102 204 Fall 2013
    MIS 102 201 Fall 2013
    MIS 102 202 Fall 2013
    MIS 102 205 Fall 2013
    MIS 102 208 Fall 2013
    MIS 102 211 Fall 2013
    MIS 102 203 Fall 2013
    MIS 102 206 Fall 2013
    MIS 102 209 Fall 2013
    MIS 102 212 Fall 2013 
    MIS 102 201 Spring 2014
    MIS 102 202 Spring 2014
    MIS 102 203 Spring 2014
    MIS 102 204 Spring 2014
    MIS 102 205 Spring 2014
    MIS 102 206 Spring 2014
    MIS 102 207 Spring 2014 
    MIS 102 208 Spring 2014
    MIS 102 209 Spring 2014  
    MIS 102 2B1 Summer 2014 
    MIS 102 2B2 Summer 2014
    MIS 102 2B3 Summer 2014
    MIS 102 201 Fall 2014 
    MIS 102 202 Fall 2014
    MIS 102 203 Fall 2014
    MIS 102 204 Fall 2014
    MIS 102 205 Fall 2014
    MiS 102 206 Fall 2014 
    MIS 102 207 Fall 2014
    MIS 102 208 Fall 2014   
    MIS 102 209 Fall 2014 
    MIS 102 210 Fall 2014  
    MIS 102 211 Fall 2014 
    MIS 102 212 Fall2014
    MIS 102 214Fall2014                                                                                   

  55. MIS 301 - Introduction to Business Information Systems

    Introduces fundamentals of hardware, software, and networking. Emphasizes role of technology in improving contemporary business processes and competitive advantage. Includes basic relational concepts, hands-on experience in building business database applications and decision support using spreadsheet software. (Note: Projects required.)

    School of Business students will not be permitted to make more than three attempts to achieve a C or higher in MIS 301. Those who do not successfully complete this course within three attempts will be terminated from their major and will not be eligible to receive a degree from the School of Business. For more information about this, see the “Termination from the Major” section under Academic Policies.

    Prerequisites:Grade of C or higher in MIS 102; sophomore standing. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    MIS 301-001 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 301-002 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 301-003 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 301-004 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 301-006 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 301-007-008 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 301-009 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 301 A01 (Summer 2011)
    MIS 301 C01 (Summer 2011)
    MIS 301 001 & 002 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 301 006 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 301 008 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 301 003 & 004 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 301 007 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 301 005 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 301 002 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 301 001 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 301 003 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 301 004 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 301 006(Spring 2012)
    MIS 301 010 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 301 007 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 301 008 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 301 006 Fall 2012
    MIS 301 003 Fall 2012
    MIS 301 001 Fall 2012
    MIS 301 008 Fall 2012 
    MIS 301 004 Fall 2012
    MIS 301 007 Fall 2012
    MIS 301 005 Fall 2012
    MIS 301 008 Spring 2013
    MIS 301 001 Spring 2013
    MIS 301 007 Spring 2013
    MIS 301 002 Spring 2013
    MIS 301 004 Spring 2013
    MIS 301 006 Spring 2013        
    MIS 301 A01 Summer 2013
    MIS 301 C01 Summer 2013
    MIS 301 002 Fall 2013 
    MIS 301 003 Fall 2013
    MIS 301 004 Fall 2013
    MIS 301 009 Fall 2013
    MIS 301 001 Fall 2013
     MIS 301 008 Fall 2013
     MIS 301 005 Fall 2013 
    MIS 301 006 Fall 2013
     MIS 301 007 Fall 2013
    MIS 301 010 Spring 2014
    MIS 301 005 Spring 2014
    MIS 301 001 Spring 2014
    MIS 301 004 Spring 2014
    MIS 301 003 Spring 2014
    MIS 301 002 Spring 2014
    MIS 301 007 Spring 2014
    MIS 301 008 Spring 2014
    MIS 301 A01 Summer 2014
    MIS 301 C01 Summer 2014
    MIS 301 002 Summer 2014 
    MIS 301 002 Fall 2014 
    MIS 301 003 Fall 2014
    MIS 301 010 Fall 2014   
    MIS 301 006 Fall 2014
    MIS 301 007 Fall 2014
    MIS 301 008 Fall 2014
    MIS 301 004 Fall 2014                                                       

  56. MIS 302 - Introduction to Programming for Business Applications

    Covers design and implementation of program data structures and algorithms to solve business problems using structured programming techniques. Students become familiar with program development life cycle using standard programming language such as Visual BASIC.NET supported by a modern Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Students complete assignments involving development of real-life business application.

    Notes: IT 108 highly recommended but not required.

    Prerequisites:Degree status.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MIS 302 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 301 001 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 302 001 (Spring 2012)
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    MIS 302 001 Spring 2013
    MIS 302 001 Fall 2013
    MIS 302 001 Spring 2014
    MIS 302 001 Fall 2014       

  57. MIS 310 - Database Management Systems

    Introduces principles of designing and manipulating relational databases with a focus on business applications. Theoretical database concepts and hands-on experience with a relational package. Term project requiring implementation of a substantial business database application.

    Note: School of Business majors may not receive credit for both MIS 310 and IT 214. Requires hands-on implementation using software package.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MIS 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    MIS 310 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 310 (Summer 2011)
    MIS 310 001 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 310 001 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 310 002 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 310 001 Fall 2012
    MIS 310 002 Fall 2012
    MIS 310 003 Fall 2012
    MIS 310 001 Spring 2013
    MIS 310 A01 Summer 2013
     MIS 310 001 Fall 2013
      MIS 310 003 Fall 2013 
    MIS 310 002 Fall 2013
    MIS 310 001 Spring 2014
    MIS 310 002 Spring 2014
    MIS 310 A01 Summer 2014
    MIS 310 003 Fall 2014
    MIS 310 002 Fall 2014 
    MIS 310 001 Fall 2014                 

  58. MIS 320 - Networks and Security

    Introduces students to fundamentals of networking technologies and their role in businesses. Emphasis is on understanding the business implications of different networking technologies and solutions. Students learn to identify and understand the business requirements, and bring together the different technological components to design the required communication solutions. Also focuses on the types of security threats to the business network infrastructure, and approach to tackling such threats through business practices combined with appropriate technological solutions. (Note: The course also includes lab work and exercises.)

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MIS 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MIS 320 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 320 001 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 320 003 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 320 002 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 320 001 Fall 2012
    MIS 320 002 Fall 2012
    MIS 320 002 Spring 2013
    MIS 320 001 Spring 2013
     MIS 320 001 Fall 2013
     MIS 320 002 Fall 2013 
    MIS 320 001 Spring 2014 
    MIS 320 002 Spring 2014
    MIS 320 001 Fall 2014 
    MIS 320 002 Fall 2014          

  59. MIS 330 - Systems Analysis and Design

    Understanding systems analysis and design methods is a necessary skill for contemporary business analysts, managers, software engineers and system users. Provides students with the foundations for effectively using modern systems analysis and design tools and methodologies for developing modern software and applications. Topics include systems planning and feasibility analysis, requirements analysis, economics, systems design and project management. (Note: Requires team project.)

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MIS 301 and MIS 310, degree status, programming course recommended.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    MIS 330 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 330 C01 (Summer 2011)
    MIS 330 001 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 330 002 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 330 001 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 330 002 Fall 2012
    MIS 330 001 Fall 2012
    MIS 330 001 Spring 2013
    MIS 330 002 Spring 2013
    MIS 330 C01 Summer 2013
    MIS 330 001 Fall 2013
    MIS 330 002 Fall 2013
    MIS 330 001 Spring 2014
    MIS 330 002 Spring 2014
    MIS 330 C01 Summer 2014 
    MIS 330 001 Fall 2014                

  60. MIS 411 - Management and Control of Information Systems

    Managerial perspective on issues arising in managing information systems through their life-cycle. The topics include using different methodologies for estimating software development costs, maintenance costs, systems project management, and pricing information products and services. The course also covers methodologies for monitoring performance of information systems, and ways for assessing the strategic and business value of use of information technology.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MIS 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MIS 411 002 Spring 2013
    MIS 411 001 Spring 2014 

  61. MIS 412 - E-Business Systems Development

    Introduces students to the development of web-based information systems for E-business. Students learn to develop web-based database applications for eCommerce using ASP.NET. Also covers Web 2.0 technologies and contemporary business trends and issues related to web application development. Emphasizes technologies, methods, and application development tools. (Note: Requires team project and computer lab.)

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MIS 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MIS 412 001 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 412 001 Fall 2012
    MIS 412 001 Fall 2013
    MIS 412 001 Fall 2014   

  62. MIS 430 - Data Warehousing and Data Mining

    Deals with the challenges faced by businesses in managing large amounts of data and making meaningful use of this data for informed decision making. Introduces students to data warehousing fundamentals, practices, and technologies; and their application to solving business problems. Specific emphasis is on designing of data warehouse to meet the business requirements and hands-on learning of the design principles through implementation on commercially used data warehouse technologies. Also introduces students to OLAP solutions and data mining approaches to supporting business decision making. (Note: Term project required)

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MIS 301 and MIS 310, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MIS 430 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 430 001 (Fall 2011)
    MIS 430 001 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 430 001 Fall 2012
    MIS 430 001 Fall 2013
    MIS 430 001 Spring 2014
    MIS 430 001 Fall 2014   

  63. MIS 435 - Knowledge Management

    Focuses on new trends on how knowledge management works for organizations, best strategy for such transition, and what are knowledge management elements.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MIS 301 and MIS 310, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, spring
  64. MIS 440 - E-Commerce Business Models and Applications

    Introduces students to business models used in E-commerce and E-business. Covers B2B, B2C, and C2C business models and also introduces current business trends of the Web 2.0 era and the core concepts of the information economy, networked business models, and the social web. The class will discuss Blogging, Wikis, Social Networks, Information Goods, and E-Tailing. Students complete a group project in which they create a business plan for a viable Internet-based business. (Note: Requires a term project.)

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MIS 301 and MIS 310, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MIS 440 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 440 001 (Spring 2012)
    MIS 440 001 Spring 2013 

  65. MIS 462 - Honors Seminar in Management Information Systems

    Topic and format vary. In-depth study of a topic in the area of information technology management. Enrollment limited and competitive.

    Prerequisites:Senior standing, ISOM (or DMIS) major, senior standing; permission of department.Credits:3When Offered:SpringSyllabi:

    MIS 462 (Spring 2011)
    MIS 462 001 (Spring 2012)
    mis462h01fall2012
     MIS 462 001 Fall 2013
    MIS 462 001 Fall 2014 

  66. MIS 491 - Seminar in Management Information Systems

    Analyzes selected topics that highlight latest developments in information resource management field, including contemporary research findings and case studies of information systems in business and other organizations.

    Prerequisites:C or higher MIS 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MIS 491 Summer 2011 Wade
    MIS 491 A01 Summer 2013
    MIS 491 001 Spring 2014    
     

  67. MIS 499 - Independent Study in Management Information Systems

    Research and analysis of selected problems or topics in information resource management.

    Prerequisites:C or higher MIS 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:1-3
  68. MKTG 301 - Principles of Marketing

    Examines marketing principles and practices for analyzing, creating, delivering, capturing, and communicating value to customers. Focuses on managing customer relationships using market-driven strategies, particularly segmentation, targeting, and positioning. The role of customer satisfaction in achieving organizational objectives and ethical decision making in a global economy are also emphasized.

    School of Business students will not be permitted to make more than three attempts to achieve a C or higher in MKTG 301. Those who do not successfully complete this course within three attempts will be terminated from their major and will not be eligible to receive a degree from the School of Business. For more information about this, see the “Termination from the Major” section under Academic Policies.

    Prerequisites:Grade of C or higher in ACCT 203 or ACCT 204. Grade of C or higher in ECON 103; sophomore standing. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    MKTG 301-001-006-007 (Spring 2011)
    MKTG 301-002-003 (Spring 2011)
    MKTG 301-004 (Spring 2011)
    MKTG 301-005 (Spring 2011)
    MKTG 301 001 (Spring 2012)
    MKTG 301 002 (Spring 2012)
    MKTG 301 003 (Spring 2012)
    MKTG 301 004 (Spring 2012)
    MKTG 301 005 (Spring 2012)
    MKTG 301 006 (Spring 2012)
    MKTG 301 007 (Spring 2012)

    MKTG 301 001 Fall 2012
    MKTG 301 002 Fall 2012
    MKTG 301 003 Fall 2012
    MKTG 301 004 Fall 2012
    MKTG 301 005 Fall 2012
    MKTG 301 007 Fall 2012
    MKTG 301 008 Fall 2012
    MKTG 301 009 Fall 2012
    MKTG 301 DL3 Fall 2012
    MKTG 301 DL5 Fall 2012 

    MKTG 301 001 Spring 2013
    MKTG 301 002 Spring 2013
    MKTG 301 003 Spring 2013
    MKTG 301 004 Spring 2013
    MKTG 301 005 Spring 2013
    MKTG 301 006 Spring 2013
    MKTG 301 DL1 Spring 2013
    MKTG 301 DL2 Spring 2013

    MKTG 301 A01 Summer 2013
    MKTG 301 A02 Summer 2013

    MKTG 301 001 Fall 2013
    MKTG 301 002 Fall 2013
    MKTG 301 003 Fall 2013
    MKTG 301 004 Fall 2013
    MKTG 301 005 Fall 2013
    MKTG 301 007 Fall 2013
    MKTG 301 DL1 Fall 2013
    MKTG 301 DL2 Fall 2013

    MKTG 301 001 Spring 2014
    MKTG 301 002 Spring 2014
    MKTG 301 003 Spring 2014
    MKTG 301 004 Spring 2014
    MKTG 301 005 Spring 2014
    MKTG 301 006 Spring 2014
    MKTG 301 007 Spring 2014

    MKTG 301 A01 Summer 2014

    MKTG 301 001 Fall 2014
    MKTG 301 002 Fall 2014
    MKTG 301 003 Fall 2014
    MKTG 301 004 Fall 2014
    MKTG 301 005 Fall 2014
    MKTG 301 006 Fall 2014
    MKTG 301 007 Fall 2014
    MKTG 301 DL1 Fall 2014
    MKTG 301 DL2 Fall 2014

  69. MKTG 311 - Sales Management

    Familiarizes students with marketing-sales interfaces including sales force role and capabilities, personal selling strategies, organizational relationships, and responsibilities of sales managers including training, motivating, and evaluating sales force.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MKTG 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:FallSyllabi:

    MKTG 311 001 Fall 2012

    MKTG 311 001 Fall 2013

    MKTG 311 001 Fall 2014

  70. MKTG 312 - Consumer Behavior

    Marketing strategy implications of concepts and propositions that compose consumer decision processes. Emphasizes demographics, lifestyle, situation, and information processing. Lecture and case analysis.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MKTG 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    MKTG 312 001 (Spring 2012)
    MKTG 312 002 (Spring 2012)

    MKTG 312 001 (Fall 2012)
    MKTG 312 002 (Fall 2012)

    MKTG 312 001 Spring 2013
    MKTG 312 002 Spring 2013 

    MKTG 312 002 Spring 2014
    MKTG 312 003 Spring 2014  

    MKTG 312 001 Fall 2014
    MKTG 312 002 Fall 2014

  71. MKTG 313 - Integrated Marketing Communications

    Examines development of integrated communications programs, including advertising, sales promotion, public relations, direct marketing, and other communication tools. Focuses on setting communications objectives and budgets, media planning, creative strategy, execution, and evaluation. Provides skills for analyzing the strengths, weaknesses and synergies of marketing communication tools.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MKTG 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    MKTG 313-001 (Spring 2011)

    MKTG 313 001 (Spring 2012)

    MKTG 313 001 (Fall 2012) 

    MMKTG 313 001 Spring 2013

    MKTG 313 001 Fall 2013

    MKTG 313 002 Spring 2014

    MKTG 313 001 Fall 2014

  72. MKTG 315 - Internet Marketing

    Explores impact of Internet technology on marketing strategy and practice. Topics include online advertising campaigns (focusing on search marketing), web site usability and content, and the use of social and interactive media to build customer relationships and foster brand loyalty.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MKTG 301 and degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    MKTG 315-001 (Spring 2011)
    MKTG 315-002 (Spring 2011)
    MKTG 315 001 (Spring 2012)

    MKTG 315 001 (Fall 2012)
    MKTG 315 002 (Fall 2012) 

    MKTG 315 001 Fall 2013

    MKTG 315 001 Fall 2014
    MKTG 315 002 Fall 2014

  73. MKTG 332 - Retailing and E-Commerce Management

    Examination of retailing as a specialized economic and social institution within the distribution process and as it relates to overall marketing activities. The planning and implementing of store and nonstore (catalog, Internet) retail marketing strategies are addressed. Critical decision alternatives, variables, forces, and processes are considered from a managerial perspective.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MKTG 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    MKTG 332 (Spring 2011)

    MKTG 332 001 (Spring 2012)

    MKTG 332 001 (Fall 2012)

    MKTG 332 001 Spring 2013

    MKTG 332 001 Spring 2014

    MKTG 332 001 Fall 2014

  74. MKTG 333 - Business to Business Marketing

    Examines unique challenges and opportunities of marketing systems among suppliers, manufacturers, resellers, and government. Focuses on developing a capability to identify and nurture long-term B2B relationships. Provides tools and techniques commonly leveraged by B2B marketers to develop these relationships with their clients.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MKTG 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    MKTG 333 Spring 2011

    MKTG 333 001 Spring 2012

    MKTG 333 001 Spring 2013

    MKTG 333 001 Spring 2014

    MKTG 333 A01 Summer 2014

  75. MKTG 351 - Marketing Research Techniques and Applications

    Presents the concepts and techniques underlying the marketing research process and their role in managerial decision making. Focuses on skills required to conduct a marketing research project: qualitative and quantitative research designs, survey methodology, instrument creation, sampling procedures, data collection, data analysis, and reporting of findings.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in OM 210 and MKTG 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    MKTG 351-001 Spring 2011
    MKTG 351-002 Spring 2011

    MKTG 351 001 Spring 2012
    MKTG 351 002 Spring 2012

    MKTG 351 001 Fall 2012
    MKTG 351 002 Fall 2012

    MKTG 351 001 Spring 2013 
    MKTG 351 002 Spring 2013

    MKTG 351 001 Fall 2013
    MKTG 351 002 Fall 2013

    MKTG 351 001 Spring 2014

    MKTG 351 001 Fall 2014
    MKTG 351 002 Fall 2014
      

  76. MKTG 407 - International Marketing

    Multidisciplinary approach to international marketing from viewpoint of business management. Examines major marketing issues affecting companies operating in a global environment. Students achieve understanding of economic, political, and cultural differences among nations as they affect marketing opportunities and operations, and develop skills to identify and evaluate international marketing opportunities.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MKTG 301, degree status.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    MKTG 407 (Spring 2011)

    MKTG 407 001 (Spring 2012)

    MKTG 407 001 Fall 2012

    MKTG 407 001 Spring 2013  

    MKTG 407 001 Fall 2013

    MKTG 407 001 Spring 2014

    MKTG 407 001 Fall 2014

  77. MKTG 451 - Competitive Intelligence and Information Security

    Develops understanding of benefits to commerce and society because of Internet-based commerce, escalating threats against Internet-based marketing initiatives, and protection of knowledge-based assets of firms.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MKTG 301, degree status.Credits:3When Offered:FallSyllabi:

    MKTG 451 Fall 2013

  78. MKTG 455 - Ethnic and Multicultural Marketing

    Ethnic and Multicultural Marketing examines the critical marketing issues and opportunities that have arisen with the changing U.S. demographics. The focus is domestic markets. The growth in minority populations indicates a need for specialized approaches for the entire marketing mix. Segmentation can be powerful when considering non-mainstream markets if the marketer understands and capitalizes on the different approaches cultural and ethnic groups use as consumers.

    Prerequisites:“C” or higher in MKTG 301; Degree Status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3Syllabi:

    MKTG 455 001 Fall 2013

  79. MKTG 462 - Honors Seminar in Marketing

    Topic and format vary. In-depth study of topic of interest to managers and organizations.

    Notes: Enrollment limited and competitive.

    Prerequisites:Degree status in MKTG major; senior standing; permission of department. Credits:3
  80. MKTG 471 - Marketing Management

    Emphasizes managerial aspects of marketing, including developing marketing strategies and plans, and integrating specific elements of marketing process. Emphasizes case analysis.

    Prerequisites:Senior standing; C or higher in MKTG 312 and 351; degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    MKTG 471-001 (Spring 2011)
    MKTG 471-002 (Spring 2011)

    MKTG 471 001 (Spring 2012)
    MKTG 471 002 (Spring 2012)

    MKTG 471 001 (Fall 2012)

    MKTG 471 001 Spring 2013
    MKTG 471 002 Spring 2013 

    MKTG 471 B01 Summer 2013

    MKTG 471 001 Fall 2013

    MKTG 471 001 Spring 2014
    MKTG 471 002 Spring 2014

    MKTG 471 B01 Summer 2014

    MKTG 471 001 Fall 2014

  81. MKTG 481 - Marketing in the Nonprofit Sector

    Examines the unique challenges of applying marketing principles and practices to not-for-profit groups such as human service and philanthropic organizations, museums, health and wellness advocates, educational institutions, industry associations and government. Emphasis on case studies, team work, and projects.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MKTG 301, degree status.Credits:3When Offered:SpringSyllabi:

    MKTG 481 (Spring 2011)
    MKTG 481 001 (Spring 2012)

    MKTG 481 001 Spring 2013

    MKTG 481 001 Spring 2014

  82. MKTG 491 - Special Topics in Marketing

    In-depth treatment in seminar format of contemporary topics in marketing. Culminates in preparation of substantial paper and oral presentation.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MKTG 301, 9 credits of marketing, degree status.Credits:3When Offered:Spring
  83. MKTG 499 - Independent Study

    Primary research proposal in marketing area. Requires prior approval from instructor and associate dean for undergraduate programs.

    Prerequisites:90 credits (senior class standing) and a minimum of 24 credits of business courses, including principles of marketing, finance, and management.Credits:1-3When Offered:Fall, Spring, Summer
  84. MSEC 641 - Enterprise Security Threats

    Provides a broad exposition of emerging cyber-security threats for large-scale enterprises: Denial of Service (DoS), insider attacks, remote exploitation. It covers defenses that may mitigate or curtail some aspects of these emerging security threats.

    Prerequisites:MSEC 511Credits:1When Offered:Fall, Spring, Summer
  85. MSOM 300 - Managing Financial Resources

    Focuses on using basic concepts of accounting and financial management to make investment, credit, and operating decisions for an organization. Emphasizes financial reports to aid planning and control of organizational activities.

    Note: May not be taken for credit by School of Business majors. Students who have received credit for both ACCT 203 and FNAN 301 cannot also receive credit for MSOM 300.

    Prerequisites:Completion of 30 credits (sophomore standing)Credits:3When Offered:Fall, spring, summerSyllabi:

    MSOM 300 (Spring 2011)
    MSOM 300-001 (Spring 2012) 
    MSOM 300-006 (Spring 2012)
    MSOM 300spring2013 
    MSOM 300002spring2013 
    MSOM 300dl1spring2013

    MSOM 300fall2013

    MSOM 300.002fall2013

  86. MSOM 301 - Managing People and Organizations
  87. MSOM 302 - Managing Information in a Global Environment

    Provides overview of strategic role of information, need for information systems, organizing information, integration of information systems in management processes and decision making, and related discussions in electronic commerce.

    Note: May not be taken for credit by School of Business majors. Students cannot receive credit for both MIS 301 and MSOM 302.

    Prerequisites:Completion of 30 credits (sophomore standing)Credits:3When Offered:Fall, spring, summerSyllabi:

    MSOM 302-001 (Spring 2011)
    MSOM 302-002 (Spring 2011)
    MSOM 302 A01 (Summer 2011)
    MSOM 302 001 (Fall 2011)
    MSOM 302 002 (Fall 2011)
    MSOM 302 002 (Spring 2012)
    MSOM 302 001 (Spring 2012)
    MSOM 302 DL1 Fall 2012
    MSOM 302 002 Fall 2012
    MSOM 302 001 Fall 2012
    MSOM 302 001 Spring 2013
    MSOM 302 002 Spring 2013
    MSOM 302 DL1 Spring 2013
    MSOM 301 B01 Summer 2013
    MSOM 302 DL1 Fall 2013
    MSOM 302 001 Fall 2013
    MSOM 302 001 Spring 2014
    MSOM 302 DL1 Spring 2014  
    MSOM 302 B01 Summer 2014 
    MSOM 302 DL1 Fall 2014   

  88. MSOM 303 - Marketing in a Global Economy

    Presents marketing principles, concepts, strategies, and analytical tools used by profit and nonprofit organizations to market ideas, products, and services to selected target groups. Emphasizes how to develop, promote, distribute, and price firm’s offerings in dynamic economic, social, political, and global environment.

    Note: May not be taken for credit by School of Business majors. Students cannot receive credit for both MKTG 301 and MSOM 303.

    Prerequisites:Completion of 30 credits (sophomore standing)Credits:3When Offered:Fall, spring, summerSyllabi:

    MSOM 303-001 Spring 2011
    MSOM 303-002 Spring 2011
    MSOM 303-003 Spring 2011

    MSOM 303 001 Spring 2012
    MSOM 303 002 Spring 2012
    MSOM 303 003 Spring 2012
    MSOM 303 004 Spring2012

    MSOM 303 001 Fall 2012
    MSOM 303 002 Fall 2012
    MSOM 303 003 Fall 2012 

    MSOM 303 001 Spring 2013
    MSOM 303 002 Spring 2013
    MSOM 303 003 Spring 2013
    MSOM 303 004 Spring 2013  

    MSOM 303 A01 Summer 2013

    MSOM 303 001 Fall 2013
    MSOM 303 002 Fall 2013
    MSOM 303 DL1 Fall 2013

    MSOM 303 001 Spring 2014
    MSOM 303 DL1 Spring 2014

    MSOM 303 A01 Summer 2014

    MSOM 303 001 Fall 2014
    MSOM 303 DL1 Fall 2014

  89. MSOM 304 - Entrepreneurship: Starting and Managing a New Enterprise

    Explores behaviors required to successfully launch a new business, tools to identify and evaluate opportunities, and the issues critical to a new firm. Issues include organizational structure, effective marketing strategy, operational logistics, legal issues, financial projections, financing options, and available support structures.

    Note: May not be taken for credit by School of Business majors

    Prerequisites:Completion of 30 credits (sophomore standing)Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MSOM 304-001 (Spring 2011)
    MSOM 304-001 (Fall 2011) 
    MSOM 304-001 (Spring 2012)
    MSOM 304-001 (Fall 2012)
    MSOM 304-001 (Spring 2013)
    MSOM 304 -001 (Fall 2013)
    MSOM 304-001 (Spring 2014)
    MSOM304-001 (Fall 2014)

  90. MSOM 305 - Managing in a Global Economy

    Multidisciplinary approach to global economy from viewpoint of managing international business. Introduces unique aspects of managing in global economy including theory and political economy of international trade and foreign direct investment, global monetary system, and strategy of international business.

    Satisfies General Education Requirement: Global understanding

    Note: May be taken for credit by School of Business majors only if taken to satisfy the global understanding requirement for general education.

    Prerequisites:Completion of 30 credits (sophomore standing)Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    MSOM 305-001 Spring 2011
    MSOM 305-002 Spring 2011

    MSOM 305 001 Summer 2011

    MSOM 305 001 Spring 2012
    MSOM 305 002 Spring 2012)

    MSOM 305 001 Fall 2012
    MSOM 305 002 Fall 2012
    MSOM 305 003 Fall 2012
    MSOM 305 004 Fall 2012

    MSOM 305 001 Spring 2013
    MSOM 305 002 Spring 2013
    MSOM 305 DL1 Spring 2013 

    MSOM 305 A01 Summer 2013 

    MSOM 305 001 Fall 2013
    MSOM 305 002 Fall 2013
    MSOM 305 DL1 Fall 2013   

    MSOM 305 001 Spring 2014
    MSOM 305 DL1 Spring 2014

    MSOM 305 A01 Summner 2014

    MSOM 305 001 Fall 2014
    MSOM 305 DL1 Fall 2014

  91. MSOM 306 - Managing Projects and Operations

    Introduces project management and operations management concepts and tools including project planning, scheduling, monitoring, and control; process design, selection and improvement; supply chain management; inventory management; and quality assurance.

    Note: May not be taken for credit by School of Business majors. Students cannot receive credit for both OM 301 and MSOM 306.

    Prerequisites:Completion of 30 credits (sophomore standing)Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    MSOM 306 (Spring 2011)
    MSOM 306 (Fall 2011)
    MSOM 306 (Spring 2012)
    MSOM 306 001 Fall 2012
    MSOM 306 001 Spring 2013
    MSOM 306 001 Fall 2013
    MSOM 306 001 Spring 2014
    MSOM 306 001 Fall 2014

  92. MSOM 307 - Marketing to the Federal Government

    This course explores the government procurement process and contracting from the perspective of marketers and contractors engaged in the federal community. Students will review and analyze the procurement practices of major government contractors and seek to understand the challenges associated with conducting business with the United States government.

    Prerequisites:Completion of 30 credits (sophomore standing)Credits:3
  93. MSOM 491 - Special Topics: Business Minor

    Topics related to a minor in business will vary on the focus of the course and by discipline.

    Prerequisites:Sophomore standing.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    MSOM 491 001 2013

    MSOM 491 001 2014

  94. OM 210 - Statistical Analysis for Management

    Introduces application of statistical methods to support quantitative decision analysis for resolving business problems. Topics include descriptive statistics, probability distributions, statistical inference and regression. May be taught in lecture/recitation format.

    Students may not receive credit for both OM 210 and OM 211.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in MATH 108 or MATH 113 or HNRT 225. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:4When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    OM 210-001 (Spring 2011)
    OM 210-002 (Spring 2011)
    OM 210 A03 (Summer 2011)
    OM 210 C01 (Summer 2011)
    OM 210 002 (Fall 2011)
    OM 210 004 (Fall 2011)
    OM 210 003 (Spring 2012)
    OM 210 002 (Spring 2012)
    OM 210 001 Fall 2012
    OM 210 002 Fall 2012 
    OM 210 001 Spring 2013
    OM 210 002 Spring 2013
    OM 210 A01 Summer 2013
    OM 210 C01 Summer 2013
    OM 210 001 Fall 2013
    OM 210 002 Fall 2013 
    OM 210 002 Spring 2014  
    OM 210 C01 Summer 2014
    OM 210 A01 Summer 2014
    OM 210 002 Fall 2014  
    OM 210 001 Fall 2014   
       
        

  95. OM 211 - Honors Statistical Analysis for Management

    Introduces the application of statistical methods to support quantitative decision analysis for resolving business problems. Topical coverage includes descriptive statistics, probability, random variables, probability distributions, sampling and sampling distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, and linear regression (both simple and multiple). Requires extensive use of case studies to integrate, synthesize and extend the concepts presented in order to foster a “learning by doing” approach that develops and promotes critical thinking abilities. Active class discussions via individual and/or group presentations of case assignments is an important learning activity. Extensive use of computer software for statistical modeling, problem solving, and analysis of case studies is a significant component of this course. (Equivalent to OM 210)

    Prerequisites:Cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher; C or higher in MATH 108 or MATH 113 or HNRT 225. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:4When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    OM 211 001 (Spring 2012)

  96. OM 301 - Operations Management

    Examines an organization’s operations, including design, management and improvement processes, projects and supply chains, in both product and service environments. Uses analytical models to support key planning and control activities.

    School of Business students will not be permitted to make more than three attempts to achieve a C or higher in OM 301. Those who do not successfully complete this course within three attempts will be terminated from their major and will not be eligible to receive a degree from the School of Business. For more information about this, see the “Termination from the Major” section under Academic Policies.

    Prerequisites:Grade of C or higher in MIS 102. Grade of C or higher in OM 210 or OM 211; sophomore standing. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    OM 301-003 (Spring 2011)
    OM 301-004 (Spring 2011)
    OM 301-005 (Spring 2011)
    OM 301-006 (Spring 2011)
    OM 301-007 (Spring 2011)
    OM 301-008 (Spring 2011)
    OM 301 C01 (Summer 2011)
    OM 301 002 (Spring 2011)
    OM301 A02 (Summer 2011)
    OM 301 A01 (Summer 2011)
    OM 301 009 (Fall 2011)
    OM 301 008 (Fall 2011)
    OM 301 003 & 007 (Fall 2011)
    OM 301 004 (Fall 2011)
    OM 301 005 (Fall 2011)
    OM 301 006 (Fall 2011)
    OM 301 002 (Fall 2011)
    OM 301 008 (Spring 2012)
    OM 301 002 (Spring 2012)
    OM 301 001 (Spring 2012)
    OM 301 007 (Spring 2012)
    OM 301 006 (Spring 2012)
    OM 301 005 (Spring 2012)
    OM 301 004 (Spring 2012)
    OM 301 003 (Spring 2012)
    OM 301 008 Fall 2012 
    OM 301 007 Fall 2012 
    OM 301 006 Fall 2012
    OM 301 005 Fall 2012 
    OM 301 004 Fall 2012
    OM301 002 Fall 2012
    OM 301 001 Fall 2012
    OM 301 003 Fall 2012
    OM 301 003 Spring 2013
    OM 301 001 Spring 2013
    OM 301 002 Spring 2013
    OM 301 005 Spring 2013
    OM 301 007 Spring 2013   
    OM 301 008 Spring 2013
    OM 301 004 Spring 2013 
    OM 301 006 Spring 2013
    OM 301 A01 Summer 2013  
    OM 301 A02 Summer 2013
    OM 301 005 Fall 2013
    OM 301 006 Fall 2013
    OM 301 002 Fall 2013
    OM 301 003 Fall 2013
    OM 301 004 Fall 2013
     OM 301 001 Fall 2013
    OM 301 007 Fall 2013
    OM 301 005 Spring 2014 
    OM 301 001 Spring 2014 
    OM 301 006 Spring 2014
    OM 301 006 Spring 2014
    OM 301 004 Spring 2014 
    OM 301 006 Summer 2014 
    OM 301 A01 Summer 2014
    OM 301 006 Fall 2014
    OM 301 008 Fall 2014 
    OM 301 004 Fall 2014 
    OM 301 003 Fall 2014
    OM 301 002 Fall 2014
    OM 301 005 Fall 2014
    OM 301 001 Fall 2014
    OM 301 007 Fall 2014                                  

  97. OM 320 - Supply Chain Management and E-Business

    Design, development, and management of supply chain systems, including production and inventory management, distribution channels, and information systems that support them. Emphasizes impact of e-business on companies and industries, including Internet’s impact on the way goods and services flow through value chain from providers to customers.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in OM 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    OM 320 (Spring 2011)
    OM 320 003 (Spring 2012)
    OM 320 002 (Spring 2012)
    OM 320 001 Spring 2013
    OM 320 001 Spring 2014   

  98. OM 352 - Methods and Models of Management Science

    Introduces operation research and management sciences (OR/MS) techniques for supporting business management decisions. Specific mathematical programming and probabilistic topics include linear programming, integer programming, goal programming, network flow models, decision analysis, game theory, queuing models, and Monte Carlo simulation.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in OM 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    OM 352 (Spring 2011)
    OM 352 001 (Spring 2012)
    OM 352 001 Spring 2013 
    OM 352 001 Spring 2014 

  99. OM 435 - Business Process Analysis and Simulation

    Introduces concepts and tools used in designing, modeling, analyzing, and improving business processes. Various business process analysis and simulation methods, such as process mapping/flowcharting, process flow and capacity analysis, service process design, theory of constraints, process modeling and simulation, and business process reengineering are discussed. Introduces methods and analytical tools such as queue theory and computer simulation used to design, model, analyze, and improve business processes. Discusses methods such as process mapping/diagramming, service process design, process modeling, and business process reengineering.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in OM 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    OM 435 001 Spring 2014

  100. OM 452 - Business Forecasting

    Introduces techniques for producing predictions of future business operations as aids to making planning decisions. Specific topics include judgmental forecasting, forecast accuracy, correlation analysis, smoothing methods, regression models, decomposition, and autoregressive and ARIMA models. Methods demonstrated and used through computer software.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in OM 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    OM 452 C01 (Summer 2011)
    OM 452 C01 Summer 2013
    OM 452 C01 Summer 2014   

  101. OM 456 - Quality Management

    Provides an understanding of the multifaceted nature of quality management by emphasizing topics such as quality philosophies, total quality management, design quality, process quality, and managing quality in information systems development. Discusses ISO 9000 and Capability Maturity Model. Uses software, case studies.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in OM 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    OM 456 001 (Fall 2011)
    OM 456 001 Fall 2012
    OM 456 001 Fall 2013 
    OM 456 001 Fall 2014 

  102. OM 462 - Honors Seminar in Operations Management

    Topic and format vary. In-depth study of a topic in the area of operations management. Enrollment limited and competitive.

    Prerequisites:Degree status in ISOM major; senior standing; permission of department.Credits:3
  103. OM 491 - Seminar in Operations Management

    Analyzes selected topics that highlight latest developments in the operations management field, including contemporary research findings and case studies of operations management in business and other organizations.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in OM301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, spring
  104. OM 493 - Management of Technology Projects

    Focuses on managerial problems associated with meeting technical, cost, and time constraints of technology projects. Discusses project management areas including organization, teams, scheduling, cost control, earned value analysis, risk management, and quality. Includes software cost estimation models and the management of IT projects. Software and case studies.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in OM 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, SpringSyllabi:

    OM 493-001 (Spring 2011)
    OM 493-002 (Spring 2011)
    OM 493 001 (Fall 2011)
    OM 493 002 (Fall 2011)
    OM 493 001 (Spring 2012)
    OM 493 002 (Spring 2012)
    OM 493 002 Fall 2012
    OM 493 001 Fall 2012
    OM 493 001 Spring 2013
    OM 493 002 Spring 2013
    OM 493 A02 Summer 2013
    OM 493 001 Fall 2013
    OM 493 001 Spring 2014
    OM 493 002 Spring 2014 
    OM 493 A01 Summer 2014
    OM 493 001 Fall 2014  
    OM 493 002 Fall 2014        

  105. OM 499 - Independent Study in Operations Management

    By special arrangement with instructor, and approval from associate dean for undergraduate programs. Investigates business problem according to student interest, using state-of-the-art decision science methodology.

    Prerequisites:C or higher in OM 301, degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:1-3
  106. SOM 100 - Business in American Society

    Provides students with a foundation for understanding the role of business in society by exploring the nature and history of business enterprise, the social context of business, and the interaction of individuals with business by selecting current events in business and analyzing the content as well as the impact of the reported activities.

    Fulfills general education requirement in social and behavioral science.

    Credits:3When Offered:Fall, springSyllabi:

    SOM100-PO2 (Fall 2014)

  107. SOM 301 - Business Models: A Communication Approach

    Introduces fundamentals of business models, and writing as learning tool. Interrelationships among accounting, finance, information systems, marketing, and operations are subject of several “learning by writing” deliverables.

    Corequisite: OM 210 and ACCT 203.

    Note: Fulfills writing intensive requirement for School of Business majors. Taught in lecture/recitation format; requires attendance at weekly lecture and weekly recitation.

    Credits:3When Offered:Fall, Spring, SummerSyllabi:

    SOM 301 003 Spring 2012
    SOM 301 004 Spring 2012
    SOM 301 005 Spring 2012

    SOM 301 001 Fall 2012
    SOM 301 002 Fall 2012
    SOM 301 003 Fall 2012
    SOM 301 004 Fall 2012
          
    SOM 301 001 Spring 2013
    SOM 301 002 Spring 2013
    SOM 301 003 Spring 2013
    SOM 301 004 Spring 2013

    SOM 301 001 Summer 2013

    SOM 301 201 219 Fall 2013

    SOM 301 001 218 Spring 2014

    SOM301 A01 A03 2A1 2A2 2A3 2A4 2A5 2A6 Summer 2014

    SOM 301 001 Fall 2014
    SOM 301 002 Fall 2014
    SOM 301 003 Fall 2014
    SOM 301 004 Fall 2014
         

  108. SOM 492 - Undergraduate Internship

    Opportunity to gain practical, professional experience in conjunction with academic development. Internship is an important part of academic and career preparation. May be used as elective credit, but may not be repeated.

    Prerequisites:Degree status.Credits:3Syllabi:

    SOM 492-001 (Spring 2011)

  109. SOM 498 - Capstone Course: Advanced Business Models

    Advanced integrated exploration of business models and industry dynamics that uses case analyses to assess competition, organizational strategy, and firm performance. Students examine strategic change in organizations from multiple perspectives, integrating knowledge from core course work into several papers and major presentation. Students receive coaching from area business leaders as they complete their presentations.

    Fulfills general education requirement in synthesis.

    Note:
    Fulfills synthesis requirement for School of Business majors.

    Prerequisites:ACCT 301, BULE 302, OM 301, FNAN 301, MGMT 301, MIS 301, and MKTG 301; senior standing; degree status. Prerequisite enforced by registration system.Credits:3When Offered:Fall, spring, summerSyllabi:

    SOM 498-005-spring2014-h-lee.pdf
    SOM 498-004 (Spring 2012) 
    SOM 498-010 and 013 (Spring 2012)
    SOM 498-001 and 002 (Spring 2012) 
    SOM 498-006 (Spring 2012) 
    SOM 498-003 (Spring 2012)
    SOM 498-005 (Spring 2012)
    SOM 498-007 (Spring 2012)
    SOM 498-008 (Spring 2012)
    SOM 498-014 (Spring 2012)
    SOM 498-009 (Spring 2012)
    SOM 498-A01 (Summer 2012)
    SOM 498-B02 (Summer 2012)
    SOM 498-B01 (Summer 2012)
    SOM 498-009 (Fall 2012)
    SOM 498-003 (Fall 2012)
    SOM 498-004 (Fall 2012)
    SOM 498-005 (Fall 2012)
    SOM 498-006 (Fall 2012)
    SOM 498-010 (Fall 2012)
    SOM 498-001 (Fall 2012)
    SOM 498-002 (Fall 2012)
    SOM 498-007 (Fall 2012)
    SOM 498-008 (Fall 2012)
    SOM 498-008 (Spring 2013)
    SOM 498-001-012 (Spring 2013)
    SOM 498-002-004 (Spring 2013) 
    SOM 498-011 (Spring 2013)
    SOM 498-005 (Spring 2013)
    SOM 498-009 (Spring 2013)  
    SOM 498-B02 (Summer 2013)  
    SOM 498-A01 (Summer 2013)  
    SOM 498-B01 (Summer 2013)
    SOM 498-003 (Fall 2013)
    SOM 498-008 (Fall 2013)
    SOM 498-004-005 (Fall 2013)
    SOM 498-006-007 (Fall 2013)
    SOM 498-001-002 (Fall 2013)
    SOM 498-006 (Spring 2014)
    SOM 498-007 (Spring 2014)
    SOM 498-005 (Spring 2014)
    SOM 498-002-003-(Spring 2014)      
    SOM 498-014 (Spring 2014)
    SOM 498-008-009 (Spring 2014)
    SOM 498-013 (Spring 2014)  
    SOM 498-A01 (Summer 2014)
    SOM 498-B02 (Summer 2014)
    SOM 498-C01 (Summer 2014)
    SOM 498-001 (Fall 2014)
    SOM 498-006 (Fall 2014)
    SOM 498-007 (Fall 2014)
    SOM 498-008 (Fall 2014)
    SOM 498-002-003 (Fall 2014)
    SOM 498-004-005 (Fall 2014)

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