Graduate courses are offered every semester in the areas of MGMT, OBHR and ECON. In addition to the elective courses listed in this section, any other MGMT, OBHR or ECON courses inthe 50000 – 60000 level (except those especified in Phases I and II) may be taken as electives – with the advisors consent – at any time such courses are offered.
MGMT 50100 | ADVANCED TAXATION
An advanced course in federal income taxes including such issues as gift and estate taxes, corporate taxes and partnerships. This seminar course affords ample opportunity in tax research and reporting conclusionsPrerequisite is MGMT 40400.
MGMT 50500 | MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING II
Managerial decision making and the economic role of information.
MGMT 50600 | AUDITING
Auditing is the systematic process of objectively obtaining and evaluating evidence regarding assertions about economic actions or events.
MGMT 50700 | ADVANCED FEDERAL INCOME TAXES
An advanced course in federal income taxes including such issues as gift and
MGMT 54600 | DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS
Since a large percentage of societal and management problems can be characterized as relatively unstructured, this course explores how computers can be used to aid decision makers in dealing with unstructured, as well as structured, problems. Appropriate material from knowledge representation, artificial intelligence, and language theory is considered. Applications selected from environmental management and strategic planning in large organizations are used to illustrate theoretical ideas. Since the key computer software tool is database management, a development of the CODASYL approach to data management is presented.
MGMT 52600 | COMMERCIAL LAW
MGMT 59000 | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS & MARKETS
MGMT 59000 | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
MGMT 59000 | SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
MGMT 59000 |ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGER