The MBA in Management delivers the knowledge and skills that prepare students for leadership and to understand management competencies that are required to plan, build, and run a successful and ethical enterprise.
The program enables the manager to build and manage teams to solve business problems. The program also emphasizes employee motivation and the overall management of people and organizational systems.
The track prepares the student for managerial positions in business, government and nonprofit organizations across industries. The knowledge and skills acquired in the program qualify the graduate for a wide variety of managerial positions.
All courses are three-credit courses.
Required Courses (12 credits/four courses):
|MGMT 610||Organizational Behavior|
| MGMT 611
||Human Resources Management|
|MGMT 632||Global Program and Project Management|
|MGMT 650||Foundations of Business Process and Operations Management|
Electives (6 Credits/choose two courses)
|MGMT 652||Small Business and Entrepreneurship|
|MGMT 712||Organizational Development|
|MGMT 722||Conflict and Negotiation|
|MGMT 723||Leadership, Teams and Managing Change|
|MGMT 734||Strategic Sourcing and Vendor Management|
|MGMT 740||Advanced Business Process and Operations Management|
|MGMT 742||Knowledge Workers and The New Economy|
|MGMT 744||Society and Technology|
|MGMT 771||Foundations of Service Management and Engineering|
|MTGM 751||Product Management, Innovation and Commercialization|
|ECON 710||Managerial Economics|
|ITKM 749||Decision Support Systems|