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  1. BMGT 603 - Economics for Successful Firm Management

    Provides fundamental understanding of applying microeconomics concepts to managerial decision making. Explores principles of microeconomic theory, including market supply and demand, production and cost functions, industry structure, and product and resource pricing.

    Prerequisites:Admission to the MS Management program or permission of the program director.Credits:3Syllabus:

    BMGT 603 Syllabus_Fall 2020.pdf

  2. BMGT 612 - Performance Evaluation through Cost Management

    Examines impact of cost and cost allocation on performance and evaluation.

    Prerequisites:Admission to the MS Management program or permission of the program director.Credits:3
  3. BMGT 613 - Financial Reporting and Firm Analysis

    Foundation course focusing on economics and analysis of business transactions and related financial reporting issues. Topics include introduction to accounting framework used in financial reporting; and analysis of financial statements, economic events and their impact on financial reports, and impact of accounting methods on financial reports.

    Prerequisites:Admission to MS Management program.Credits:3
  4. BMGT 623 - Marketing and Firm Performance

    Develops market-based knowledge and skills for effective marketing decision making, strategy design, implementation, and evaluation in wide variety of institutional and competitive situations. Addresses the importance of companies being market-driven and customer-focused. Emphasis on case studies, team work, and projects.

    Prerequisites:Admission to MS Management program.Credits:3
  5. BMGT 633 - Statistical Analysis for Management

    Uses statistical methods as analytical tools for understanding and solving business problems and supporting business decision making. Includes descriptive statistics, sampling, inferencing and regression. Extensive use of applied business scenarios to illustrate concepts and computer software for data analysis.

    Prerequisites:Admission to the MS Management program or permission of the program director.Credits:3
  6. BMGT 638 - Managing Business Operations in a Global Environment

    Focuses on design, planning, and control activities to produce and deliver goods and services in modern organizations. Introduces wide range of operations management decisions, such as operations strategy, process analysis and design, capacity planning, supply chain management, total quality management, and project management. Uses quantitative modeling, case studies, and computer software to analyze and solve operations management problems.

    Prerequisites:Admission to MS Management program.Credits:3
  7. BMGT 643 - Financial Management in a Global Environment

    Introduces theory and practice of finance within corporations. Topics include intertemporal choice, valuation, capital budgeting and structure, working capital management, and risk and return analysis.

    Prerequisites:Admission to the MS Management program or permission of the program director.Credits:3Syllabus:

    BMGT 643 Syllabus_Aldatmaz_Spring2020.pdf

  8. BMGT 653 - Fundamentals of Behavior in Organizations

    Emphasizes development of conceptual tools for understanding and analyzing individual and group behavior in organizations and organizational processes. Considerable focus on developing relevant skills for working in groups and teams. Lectures, discussions, case analyses, and class exercises.

    Prerequisites:Admission to MS Management program.Credits:3Syllabus:

    BMGT653-001 (Fall 2014) 

  9. BMGT 662 - Management of IT

    The strategic, economic and managerial aspects of managing an organization’s IT assets are covered. The business value of IT is understood and assessed in context of its impact on the organization’s structure and strategy. The course includes discussion on major issues pertaining management of IT infrastructure.

    Prerequisites:Admission to the MS Management program or permission of the program director.Credits:3Syllabus:

    BMGT 662 001 Spring 2015
    BMGT 662 002 Spring 2015 

  10. BMGT 678 - Business Strategy and Firm Leadership

    Capstone course focusing on strategy development at business unit and corporate level. Cases, readings, and project format familiarize students with strategic management function and help them develop analytical, organizational, and managerial skills to analyze complex business situations. Provides opportunities to integrate knowledge gained in prior course work.

    Prerequisites:Admission to MS Management program.Credits:3
  11. BMGT 692 - Professional Development Experience

    This course provides students with an opportunity to gain practical, professional experience in conjunction with academic development. Hands-on experience is an important part of academic and career preparation and may be completed by an internship, consulting project, independent study or additional global experience. Must involve an average of 15 hours per week and be approved by program director.

    Prerequisites:Admission to MS Management program.Credits:3Syllabus:

    BMGT 692-002 (Spring 2015)
    BMGT 692-001 (Spring 2016)
    BMGT 692-001 (Spring 2017)

  12. BMGT 695 - Global Business Perspectives

    Includes a weeklong international student study tour lead by a full-time School of Business professor.  Students interact with business and government leaders, participate in seminars, and visit sites of local or multinational companies.  Focus on developing an increased understanding of global markets, competition, business strategy, and business opportunities in addition to the social and cultural dimensions of global business.

    Prerequisites:Admission to MS Management program.Credits:3