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2019-2020

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MGB 607LEC Motivation and Leadership

This course will help students begin developing leadership skills. Various ideas about what leadership is, how it is practiced, and how it can be evaluated will be covered. Students will learn about the relevance of leadership to the work motivation of individuals, to the effectiveness of groups, and to overall performance of firms. Opportunities to assess and explore alternatives to their own leadership characteristics and styles will be provided.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered:


MGE 602LEC Global Economics

This purpose of this course is to provide business students with six core abilities in macro/global economics: to understand the historical debate between government's role and free enterprise in the economy; to understand the components of the aggregate demand for goods and services; to be able to predict the effects of monetary policy on interest rates, prices, and national income; to understand the benefits of long term supply side changes and the policies that affect supply-side economics, to understand the impact of international trade and financial investment flows on interest rates, exchange rates and national income; and to be able to predict how various economic policies affect the long term growth potential of both developed and emerging markets.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered: Spring 2020


MGG 632SEM Executive Development

Success in today's organizations depends on your ability to learn and adapt quickly to new and challenging situations. The objective of this course is therefore to prepare students to be lifelong adapters. The course is based on a model of self-directed learning and development. This process will help students throughout their careers to understand and formulate their own vision, assess their skills and abilities and design plans to reach their objectives. From mastery of this basic process comes the ability to lead others effectively.

Credits: variable
Semesters offered:


MGG 681LEC Environment of Int'l Business

Credits: 1.50
Semesters offered:


MGO 641LEC Strategic Management

The aim of this course is to provide the analytic techniques and tools to help develop an understanding of how competitive advantage can be created and sustained. This is an integrative course that examines the firm as a whole and adopts the perspective of the general manager. It draws together and builds on ideas from courses in functional areas such as marketing, finance and operations. There is extensive use of cases. Specific topics covered include analyzing industries, analyzing firm resources and capabilities, understanding organization structure and management systems, developing competitive strategies and understanding competitive behavior, determining the scope of the firm, developing corporate strategies, managing the multi-business firm, and understanding corporate governance mechanisms.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered:


MGT 617LEC Gov, the Law, and the Firm

An analysis of the business sector's relation to the principal forces operating in the legal, political, and social environment. Particular attention given to constraints and freedoms offered under common, corporate, and regulation. Also examined are contemporary problems in corporate governance such as business and professional standards, code of ethics, and corporate social responsibility.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered:


2018-2019

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MGB 607LEC Motivation and Leadership

This course will help students begin developing leadership skills. Various ideas about what leadership is, how it is practiced, and how it can be evaluated will be covered. Students will learn about the relevance of leadership to the work motivation of individuals, to the effectiveness of groups, and to overall performance of firms. Opportunities to assess and explore alternatives to their own leadership characteristics and styles will be provided.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered:


MGE 602LEC Global Economics

This purpose of this course is to provide business students with six core abilities in macro/global economics: to understand the historical debate between government's role and free enterprise in the economy; to understand the components of the aggregate demand for goods and services; to be able to predict the effects of monetary policy on interest rates, prices, and national income; to understand the benefits of long term supply side changes and the policies that affect supply-side economics, to understand the impact of international trade and financial investment flows on interest rates, exchange rates and national income; and to be able to predict how various economic policies affect the long term growth potential of both developed and emerging markets.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered: Spring 2020


MGG 632SEM Executive Development

Success in today's organizations depends on your ability to learn and adapt quickly to new and challenging situations. The objective of this course is therefore to prepare students to be lifelong adapters. The course is based on a model of self-directed learning and development. This process will help students throughout their careers to understand and formulate their own vision, assess their skills and abilities and design plans to reach their objectives. From mastery of this basic process comes the ability to lead others effectively.

Credits: variable
Semesters offered:


MGG 681LEC Environment of Int'l Business

Credits: 1.50
Semesters offered:


MGO 641LEC Strategic Management

The aim of this course is to provide the analytic techniques and tools to help develop an understanding of how competitive advantage can be created and sustained. This is an integrative course that examines the firm as a whole and adopts the perspective of the general manager. It draws together and builds on ideas from courses in functional areas such as marketing, finance and operations. There is extensive use of cases. Specific topics covered include analyzing industries, analyzing firm resources and capabilities, understanding organization structure and management systems, developing competitive strategies and understanding competitive behavior, determining the scope of the firm, developing corporate strategies, managing the multi-business firm, and understanding corporate governance mechanisms.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered:


MGT 617LEC Gov, the Law, and the Firm

An analysis of the business sector's relation to the principal forces operating in the legal, political, and social environment. Particular attention given to constraints and freedoms offered under common, corporate, and regulation. Also examined are contemporary problems in corporate governance such as business and professional standards, code of ethics, and corporate social responsibility.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered:


2017-2018

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MGB 607LEC Motivation and Leadership

This course will help students begin developing leadership skills. Various ideas about what leadership is, how it is practiced, and how it can be evaluated will be covered. Students will learn about the relevance of leadership to the work motivation of individuals, to the effectiveness of groups, and to overall performance of firms. Opportunities to assess and explore alternatives to their own leadership characteristics and styles will be provided.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered:


MGE 602LEC Global Economics

This purpose of this course is to provide business students with six core abilities in macro/global economics: to understand the historical debate between government's role and free enterprise in the economy; to understand the components of the aggregate demand for goods and services; to be able to predict the effects of monetary policy on interest rates, prices, and national income; to understand the benefits of long term supply side changes and the policies that affect supply-side economics, to understand the impact of international trade and financial investment flows on interest rates, exchange rates and national income; and to be able to predict how various economic policies affect the long term growth potential of both developed and emerging markets.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered: Spring 2020


MGG 632SEM Executive Development

Success in today's organizations depends on your ability to learn and adapt quickly to new and challenging situations. The objective of this course is therefore to prepare students to be lifelong adapters. The course is based on a model of self-directed learning and development. This process will help students throughout their careers to understand and formulate their own vision, assess their skills and abilities and design plans to reach their objectives. From mastery of this basic process comes the ability to lead others effectively.

Credits: variable
Semesters offered:


MGG 681LEC Environment of Int'l Business

Credits: 1.50
Semesters offered:


MGO 641LEC Strategic Management

The aim of this course is to provide the analytic techniques and tools to help develop an understanding of how competitive advantage can be created and sustained. This is an integrative course that examines the firm as a whole and adopts the perspective of the general manager. It draws together and builds on ideas from courses in functional areas such as marketing, finance and operations. There is extensive use of cases. Specific topics covered include analyzing industries, analyzing firm resources and capabilities, understanding organization structure and management systems, developing competitive strategies and understanding competitive behavior, determining the scope of the firm, developing corporate strategies, managing the multi-business firm, and understanding corporate governance mechanisms.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered:


MGT 617LEC Gov, the Law, and the Firm

An analysis of the business sector's relation to the principal forces operating in the legal, political, and social environment. Particular attention given to constraints and freedoms offered under common, corporate, and regulation. Also examined are contemporary problems in corporate governance such as business and professional standards, code of ethics, and corporate social responsibility.

Credits: 3.00
Semesters offered:


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