MGT 350 The Ethics of Management (3 Credits)
This course will focus on issues and perspectives , of right and wrong in American business. Students, will survey various philosophical approaches, , values, moral reasoning, and social responsibility, to determine ethical behavior and morality. These, approaches will be appled to real world cases , drawn from the various functional area or business
MGT 365 Org Behav'r/Theory (3 Credits)
Study of organizational behavior and the various , social units-including individuals, groups and , group of groups-that constitute organizations. , Exploration of relevant theories of the relations, and processes among individuals, in and between , groups, and in and between organizations. Through, experiential approaches, develops social and , analytical skills for leadership and membership in, organizations.
MGT 368 Tmq & Hum Res Dvlp (3 Credits)
Focus on administering change within organizations, through the training and developing of human, resources. Experiential activities enhance the , development of leadership skill in the training , process.
MGT 370 Total Quality Management (3 Credits)
Introduction to quality management in , manufacturing and service organizations with, emphasis on the evolution of quality movement , worldwide, TQM and "Quality First" Paradigms. , Students are exposed to quality principles from a , global perspective. The case study approach is, used to examine quality planning and , implementation in all types of organizations, , especially those that won the MBNQA.
MGT 410 Lsrshp/Dvrsty Mgmt (3 Credits)
Focus on how individuals and organizations can, effectively, efficiently, and productively adapt , to the challenges of diversity in the workforce , and in the customer base.
MGT 415 International Mgmt (3 Credits)
Analysis of the operations and the managerial , strategies of various types of businesses in the , international setting. Focus on the intellectual,, political, social, economic, and moral issues that, the business and government leaders must face, in dealing with international business problems.
MGT 420 Org Chang & Dvlpmnt (3 Credits)
Study of the knowledge base and competencies to, be leaders or effective participants in , organizational change efforts. Exposure to , various models, determinants, and processes of, effective change efforts.
MGT 425 Adv Sem in Mgmt/Tq (3 Credits)
Examination and analysis of real studies of , corporate an public sector management situations, and problems, including a reveiw of the strenghts,, weaknesses, opportunities, threats and how they, relate to the problem's solution. Development of , total quality-based solutions to the specific case, studies.
MGT 430 Labor Relations & Collective Bargaining (3 Credits)
Exploration of the evolution and characteristics , of union-management relations in America including, union structure, government and leadership, social, significance of unions, legal aspects of labor , relations, contract administration, grievance , resolution, and affirmative action.
MGT 435 Compensation Mgmt (3 Credits)
Examination of wage and salary administration and, fringe benefit management in organizations , including wage and salary administration, job , evaluation procedures, compensation plans, fringe , benefit analysis and planning.
MGT 476 Operations Management (3 Credits)
Analysis of the economic problems of operations , management, design of operating systems, , forecasting, capacity planning, layout of , facilities, materials and project management,, planning and scheduling in production systems.
MGT 478 Strategic Mgmnt (3 Credits)
Study of formulating and implementing business and, corporate startegic plans and evaluating mangement, strategic performance in complex business , environments including the corporate mission and , objectives, industry analysis, competitive , analysis, environmental analysis, business, , corporate, and interanational strategy.