Accelerated course in management concepts, functions, and practices; consideration of structural and behavioral aspects of organization and management.
Industrial personnel and manpower management including personnel selection and placement, manpower planning, development and appraisal, and the role of human resource management.
Prerequisite(s): MGT 504 or the equivalent.
Investigation of current literature and practices in the field of management. A seminar course that includes lecture, discussion, and supervised student research into assigned topics.
Focuses on leadership as a strategic tool as well as an individual competence; i.e. what leadership means, is, and does. Examines critical strategic functions encountered at both the organizational and individual levels.
Prerequisite(s): Approval of the instructor and approval of the MBA Director.
Provides the graduate student with practical experience in the field of management via a "real-world" work experience arrangement. Grades: Pass/Fail.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of 18 semester hours of graduate courses including a three semester hour quantitative course.
Approval of the instructor and approval of the MBA Director. In-depth study of selected topic(s).