This course covers analysis, design, and operations of organizational systems. The systems approach is used to provide a framework or general model of analysis, to which specific concepts, quantitative techniques, and tools can be related. The material presented has application to any organization of people and machines, including hospitals, governmental agencies, service organizations, and industrial concerns.
In-depth examination of asset, liability and capital structure management, with emphasis on valuation capital budgeting techniques; risk evaluation; working capital management; and methods of short-term. Intermediate and long-term financing. Prerequisites: AGG 6026 or equivalent.
Provision of tools for managerial decision-making In a variety of competitive environments Including demand analysis, short- and long- run costs of production, demand for factors, market structure and competitive strategy.
Analysis and application of theory and problem solving for marketing management in the global environment. Emphasis will be on the role of marketing in the organization; planning the marketing effort; management of the marketing organization; control of marketing operations; and evaluation of the marketing contribution.
Individual, interpersonal, and small group behavior in complex organizations. Focus on behavior, its causes, and management interventions to improve organizational effectiveness. Research methods to study organizational behavior.
Introduction to information systems and their role in organizations from a user’s viewpoint. Survey and application of the basic concepts necessary for understanding information systems. Study of the main activities in the development cycle used to acquire information systems capability.
Aspects of strategic financial environment and management of firms that operate in a global arena; to include recent developments in financial strategy, international trade and economic decision making.
This course examines the environmental variables affecting international operations, trade and investment theories, international institutions, and regional economic groups. It also focuses on international finance, international accounting, international marketing, and international management problems and issues.
The use of cases, guest lectures, and gaming to integrate the analysis and measurement tools, the functional areas and public policy issues. The objective is to develop skill in broad areas of rational decision-making in an administrative context of uncertainty. Should be taken in the last semester of master’s program.
Examination of recent research in selected areas. Emphasis on readings, case studies and active discussion on topics that may include IB, entrepreneurship, leadership, and management. Prerequisites: Consent of faculty sponsor. Department Chairperson, and Dean.
Course emphasis is on application and integration of concepts and tools, through participation in the marketing management of a firm in competition with other firms. The course’s focal point is a computerized marketing management simulation.
An analysis of corporate strategies in a rapidly developing and changing world environment. Emphasis will be placed on forecasting, planning, and contingency strategies. The course is taught by case method and stresses the environmental and institutional constraints on decision making within the organization. Corporate executives are invited to attend whenever possible.