Phase I: Foundation Courses

ECON 51300 | ECONOMIC THEORY
Analysis of the market economy with an emphasis on decision making processes for managers. Both microeconomic aspects of price determination, resource utilization and market organization, and aggregative concepts of national income and employment are covered. This is a first course for graduate students.

MGMT 60000 | ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS
This course provides an introduction to the capabilities, limitations, and applications of computers in the business environment. Topics include information systems, hardware, software, data management, telecommunications and networking, decision support, artificial intelligence, expert systems, security, privacy, ethical issues in information systems, and implementation of effective information technology utilization.

MGMT 61100 | ADVANCED CORPORATE FINANCE
Long term capital planning, capital budgeting, investment decisions, dividend policies and mergers are some of the topics covered.

MGMT 62000 | MARKETING MANAGEMENT
An integrated analysis of major marketing decisions including product, pricing, advertising, distribution, and sales policies.

MGMT 63000 | LEGAL AND SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT
The legal environment of the business enterprise from the moral and social aspects of law. Emphasis is the legal system and its significance in decision making.

MGMT 67000 | BUSINESS ANALYTICS
Quantitative methods and statistics focusing on probability theory, statistical testing, and regression analysis applied to management problems.

OBHR 68100 | BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONS
Individual and group behavior in organizations with a focus on motivation, group processes, leadership, and organizational design.

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