Management (MGT)

301 Organization and Management (3 - Fall & Spring) Management processes and functions in manufacturing and service organizations. Analysis of organization structure, management practices of planning and control. Motivation and leadership practices. Introduction to techniques and tools of decision processes. Students are required to write case reports and give oral presentations. Prereq: ECON 201 or 202, and ACCT 201.

303 Organizational Behavior and Theory (3 - Fall & Spring) An advanced study of analyzing, directing, and changing organizational structure and organizational dynamics relative to the environment. Prereq: MGT 301.

305 Creativity and Innovation (3 - Not Offered) Intensive practice in the use of contemporary approaches to the creative process, including use of proven aids for developing innovative ideas. The generation of creative designs of products, processes and services with emphasis on commercial applications is stressed. Considerable emphasis on intellectual contributions that can be patented or copyrighted. Prereq: Junior standing.

306 Entrepreneurship (3 - Not Offered) Application of business principles to assess new business ventures. Evaluation of opportunities, development of business plans, organization of activities, and problems associated with entrepreneurial operations. Prereq/coreq: MGT 301 or 305.

310 Production Management (3 - Fall & Spring) An overview of the basic principles, functions and concepts involved in the design, operation, and control of operations in contemporary organizations. Topical coverage includes operations strategy, forecasting, capacity planning, location, production planning, materials management, productivity management, and quality management. Prereq: MATH 210, MGT 301, or Junior standing in Engineering. Same as INEG 310.

312 Introduction to Management Science (3 - Spring) Introduction to quantitative methods used in business decision making. Topical coverage includes mathematical programming, inventory models, critical path methods, decision theory, and waiting lines. Computer software will be used to analyze application problems in business and economics. Prereq: CSCI 201, MGT 310. Same as INEG 312.

320 Advanced Statistics for Managers (3 - Fall & Spring) Non-parametric statistics and basic tests of hypotheses, regression and correlation analysis, analysis of variance, and other topics in advanced statistics. Emphasis on computer input and output. Prereq: MATH 210.

330 Quality Design and Control (3 - Fall) The study of the application of quantitative approaches to the design and control of quality. Topics will include the 7 simple tools, measurement systems, statistical control systems, and design of experiments for multiple process specifications. Prereq: MATH 210 or junior standing in engineering . (Same as INEG 330)

340 Labor Relations Management (3 - Fall) An analysis of the relationship between management of private and public sector enterprises and labor organizations. The examination of the development, government, and functions of labor unions, the legal environment of labor relations, union organizing campaigns and the collective bargaining process. Prereq: ECON 201-202.

350 Human Resource Management (3 - Fall & Spring) Personnel principles, functions, and practices, relating to managing human resources in organizations, the development of personnel practices, and currently accepted practices in personnel management. Prereq: MGT 301.

412 Applied Operations Management (3 - Spring) Design, operation and control of production and operating systems. Emphasis is on the design, implementation and operation of integrated production and operating systems covering such functions as aggregate planning, master scheduling, inventory planning and control, material requirements planning, production scheduling and control, just-in-time production, capacity requirements planning, and product and process layout designs. Prereq: MGT 310. Same as INEG 412.

430 Quality Management in Business (3 - Not Offered) A study of the continuous improvement process utilized in the management of quality in both production and service organizations. Emphasis will be placed on the involvement of all in the organization in planning, documenting, implementing quality assurance procedures, and verifying that goods/services meet specified requirements while satisfying customers. Issues on Quality System Certification processes to meet industry and international standards will also be addressed. Prereq: MGT 310.

440 Staffing and Performance Appraisal (3 - Fall) Analysis of the development of a qualified applicant pool and the selection of the applicants for positions or assignments. Additionally, analysis of establishing written standards of performance criteria and conformance to employment laws. Prereq: MGT 350 and BLAW 311.

450 Compensation Management (3 - Fall) A study of the design and administration of compensation systems. Examination of job analysis, job evaluation, compensation research, pay structure design, and employee benefits management. Prereq: MGT 350.

470 Training and Development (3 - Spring) Analysis of a systematic process of changing the behavior, knowledge, and motivation of present employees to improve the match between employee characteristics and employment requirements. Prereq: MGT 350 and BLAW 311.

471-479 Topics in Management (3 - As Needed) Selected topics in management offered on an occasional basis for qualified students. Admission by permission of instructor only.

480 Internship in Management (3, 6, 9 - As Needed) Supervised work experience in business establishments, institutions, or other organizations matched to the student's curriculum. Prereq: Senior standing or approval of the department chair. May be repeated for up to 9 hours credit.

481-482 Independent Study in Management (3, 3 - As Needed) Special research projects undertaken individually under the supervision of the faculty. Maximum credit available for independent study courses is six hours. Prereq: Senior standing.

490 Business Policy (3 - Fall & Spring) A capstone course focusing on policy, strategy, and the integration of all business functional areas, including analysis of the implications and relevance of social, ethical, environmental, competitive, and international considerations for top-level organizational decision making. Students are required to write case reports and give oral presentations. Prereq: Completion of all other business administration core requirements.

491 Current Issues in Human Resource Management (3 - Spring) Seminar in current issues in the human resource environment. Students are required to write reports, develop solutions for contemporary human resource issues and give oral presentations. Prereq: Senior standing and approval of instructor.

710 Organizational Theory and Design (3 - Spring & Summer) The theory of organizational design, including the development and modification of organizational structure.

720 Statistical Tools of Quantitative Analysis (3 - Spring & Summer) Designed to give students the statistical skills necessary for advanced work in the functional areas of business administration.

730 Operations Management (3 - Fall) Introduction to major problems and decision processes of operations management. Major aspects covered: operations design; resource allocation and activity planning and systems control.

740 Management of Innovation and Technology (3 - Spring) Contemporary issues in development, introduction, justification, acquisition, and maintenance of creativity, innovation, and technology in small and large organizations.

750 Human Resource Management (3 - Fall) An investigation of practices and problems associated with the management of people in contemporary organizations. Consideration is given to both individual and collective relationship situations. A case study approach is extensively utilized, including coverage of Human Resource Management Information Systems and union-management relations.

790 Strategic Management and Business Policy (3 - Fall & Spring) An advanced case study, integrating marketing, management, economics, finance, and accounting of selected problems encountered in the management of typical organizations engaged in the production of goods and services. Problem analysis and decision-making skills are emphasized in the context of the existing international environment. MBA and MAc students must take this course during their last semester. Approval from the Graduate Coordinator is required before registering for this course.