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Department of Management

(College of Business)

business.uni.edu/management

The Department of Management offers the following undergraduate programs.  Specific requirements for these programs are listed within this Department of Management section in the following order:

Undergraduate Majors (B.A.)

Minors

Note: Students majoring in Management, Management Information Systems (MIS) and Supply Chain Management must satisfy the College of Business admission requirements before they can officially declare their major. A copy of the Admission, Retention, and Graduation Policy may be obtained from UNIBusiness Advising in the College of Business or at https://business.uni.edu/students/advising/uni-college-business-policies.
Prior to completion of the admission requirements, students may sign an intent to major in one of these areas and be classified as a prospective (pre)major. Pre-Management or Pre-MIS majors may enroll in lower division (below 3000-level) business courses only. Enrollment in upper division (3000/4000-level) business courses requires satisfactory completion of the College of Business admission requirements and any course prerequisites.

Management, MIS and Supply Chain Management majors may declare a double major and/or major and minor within the College of Business, subject to regulations imposed by those College of Business departments affected. Management, MIS and Supply Chain Management majors minoring within the College of Business must select minors designated for business majors. Management majors may not minor in Organizational Leadership. No more than one emphasis area may be declared in Management.

To graduate with a major in Management, Management Information Systems or Supply Chain Management from the College of Business, a student must earn at least 50% (i.e 60 cr. hrs.) of the business credit hours required for the major at UNI. A student must earn a 2.20 cumulative grade point average at UNI; and earn an overall 2.20 grade point average in ACCT xxxx, MKTG xxxx, MGMT xxxx, FIN xxxx, and ECON xxxx courses taken at UNI. Students given permission to graduate out-of-residence must earn a 2.20 or better in all courses approved and accepted for out-of-residence credit.

The Management Department may impose additional admission requirements for students wishing to declare a minor or a second College of Business major. Eligibility to declare a minor or a second College of Business major is based on competitive GPA and space availability. Students may obtain a copy of these requirements from UNIBusiness Advising (CBB 5) in the College of Business.

Bachelor of Arts Degree Programs

Business Analytics

The Business Analytics major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes UNIFI/General Education requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours.

Required Business Core
Business Administration, Interdepartmental
BUSINESS 1000Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals0
BUSINESS 2000Business Professionals in Training0
Accounting
ACCT 2120Principles of Financial Accounting3
ACCT 2130Principles of Managerial Accounting3
Marketing
MKTG 2110Principles of Marketing3
Management
MGMT 2080Introduction to Information Systems3
MGMT 3100Legal and Social Environment of Business3
MGMT 3153Organizational Management3
MGMT 3154Operations Management3
MGMT 4175Strategic Management *3
Finance
FIN 3130/5130Corporate Finance3
Economics
ECON 1011Statistics for Business Analytics3
ECON 2090Decision Analytics3
ECON 1041Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 1051Principles of Microeconomics3
Mathematics
STAT 1772Introduction to Statistical Methods3
Required
Economics
ECON 3371Economic and Business Forecasting3
Management
MGMT 2032Business Application Development I3
MGMT 2036Business Analytics Fundamentals3
MGMT 3120Database Management and Theory3
MGMT 3121Advanced Business Analytics3
Electives (Choose One of the Following)3
Economics
Introduction to Econometrics
Management
Business Intelligence
Marketing
Marketing Analytics
Total Hours60
 
 

Management Major

The Management major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes UNIFI/General Education requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours.

Required business core
Business Administration, Interdepartmental:
BUSINESS 1000Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals0
BUSINESS 2000Business Professionals in Training0
Accounting:
ACCT 2120Principles of Financial Accounting3
ACCT 2130Principles of Managerial Accounting3
Marketing:
MKTG 2110Principles of Marketing3
Management:
MGMT 2080Introduction to Information Systems3
MGMT 3100Legal and Social Environment of Business3
MGMT 3153Organizational Management3
MGMT 3154Operations Management3
MGMT 4175Strategic Management *3
Finance:
FIN 3130/5130Corporate Finance3
Economics:
ECON 1011Statistics for Business Analytics3
ECON 2090Decision Analytics3
ECON 1041Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 1051Principles of Microeconomics3
Required
Management:
MGMT 3965/5965Organizational Behavior3
Mathematics:
STAT 1772Introduction to Statistical Methods3
Emphasis requirements (choose one area of emphasis)15
Total Hours60

Emphases

Business Administration

Required
MGMT 3163Managerial Problem Solving3
Choose three Management electives:9
Business Law
Business Communication
Information Systems Applications
Human Resource Management
Project Management
Organization Structure and Design
International Management
Employment and Labor Law
Staffing and Employee Development
Business, Ethics, and Society
Dynamics of Negotiations
Choose one other elective:3
Upper-level (100/3000/4000-level or ECON 2132) course from Accounting, Economics, Finance, Marketing (exceptions listed below) OR another 3-hour Management elective from above.
Exceptions:
Accounting:
VITA: Individual Income Tax Preparation
Internship -- Accounting
Special Problems -- Accounting
Individual Readings
Cooperative Education in Accounting
FAR Review
Auditing Review
Economics:
Internship in Community Economic Development
Cooperative Education in Economics
Directed Research in Economics
Finance:
Special Problems
Cooperative Education in Finance
Marketing and Entrepreneurship:
Entrepreneurship
Cooperative Education in Marketing
Independent Study
Internship-Marketing

Human Resource

Required
Management:
MGMT 3155Human Resource Management3
MGMT 3905/5905Employment and Labor Law3
MGMT 3966/5966Staffing and Employee Development3
MGMT 3968/5968Compensation and Performance Management Systems3
MGMT 3984/5984Dynamics of Negotiations3

Organizational Leadership

Required:
Management:
MGMT 3183Leadership Skills3
MGMT 3974/5974Business, Ethics, and Society3
MGMT 3984/5984Dynamics of Negotiations3
Plus 6 hours to be selected from the following courses:6
Information Systems Applications
Human Resource Management
Managerial Problem Solving
Project Management
Organization Structure and Design
International Management
Marketing and Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship

Footnote: Management majors are allowed to double major with either Supply Chain Management, Business Analytics or Management Information Systems with five additional classes (i.e., only one class is allowed to double count for both majors). 

Management Information Systems Major

The Management Information Systems major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes UNIFI/General Education requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours.

Required business core
Business Administration, Interdepartmental:
BUSINESS 1000Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals0
BUSINESS 2000Business Professionals in Training0
Accounting:
ACCT 2120Principles of Financial Accounting3
ACCT 2130Principles of Managerial Accounting3
Marketing:
MKTG 2110Principles of Marketing *3
Management:
MGMT 2080Introduction to Information Systems3
MGMT 3100Legal and Social Environment of Business3
MGMT 3153Organizational Management3
MGMT 3154Operations Management *3
MGMT 4175Strategic Management **3
Finance:
FIN 3130/5130Corporate Finance3
Economics:
ECON 1011Statistics for Business Analytics3
ECON 2090Decision Analytics3
ECON 1041Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 1051Principles of Microeconomics3
Mathematics:
STAT 1772Introduction to Statistical Methods3
Required courses
Management:
MGMT 2032Business Application Development I3
MGMT 2034Business Application Development II3
MGMT 3112Systems Analysis and Design3
MGMT 3120Database Management and Theory3
MGMT 3125Information Systems Development Projects3
MGMT 3140Information Systems Management3
Select a Technical Elective (Choose one)3
Accounting
Accounting Information Systems
Management
Decision Support, Analytics and Business Intelligence
Business Application Development III
Computer Science
Artificial Intelligence *
Total Hours63

Supply Chain Management Major

The Supply Chain Management major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes UNIFI/General Education requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours.

 
Required Business Core:
Business Administration, Interdepartmental:
BUSINESS 1000Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals0
BUSINESS 2000Business Professionals in Training0
Accounting:
ACCT 2120Principles of Financial Accounting3
ACCT 2130Principles of Managerial Accounting3
Marketing:
MKTG 2110Principles of Marketing *3
Management:
MGMT 2080Introduction to Information Systems3
MGMT 3100Legal and Social Environment of Business3
MGMT 3153Organizational Management3
MGMT 3154Operations Management3
MGMT 4175Strategic Management **3
Finance:
FIN 3130/5130Corporate Finance3
Economics:
ECON 1011Statistics for Business Analytics3
ECON 2090Decision Analytics3
ECON 1041Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 1051Principles of Microeconomics3
Mathematics:
STAT 1772Introduction to Statistical Methods3
Required Courses:
MGMT 3161Supply Chain and Purchasing3
MGMT 3167Global Supply Chain Management3
MGMT 3168Supply Chain Modeling and Analytics3
MKTG 3163Distribution and Logistics3
Electives: Select two of the following:6
Management:
Six Sigma and Lean Consulting Methodology
Project Management
International Management
Organizational Behavior
Business, Ethics, and Society
Dynamics of Negotiations
Total Hours60
 

Note: Supply Chain Management majors are allowed to double major with Business Analytics, Management Information Systems, or Management: Organizational Leadership, Management: Business Administration, or Management: Human Resource Management with five additional classes (i.e., only one class is allowed to double count for both majors).

Supply Chain Management Majors are allowed to earn an Organizational Leadership minor with four additional classes (i.e., no classes are allowed to double count for the Supply Chain Management major and the Organizational Leadership minor).

Minors

General Business Concepts Minor

Required
Accounting:
ACCT 2120Principles of Financial Accounting3
Marketing:
MKTG 2110Principles of Marketing3
Management:
MGMT 2080Introduction to Information Systems3
MGMT 3100Legal and Social Environment of Business3
MGMT 3153Organizational Management3
Economics:
ECON 1031Introduction to Business Economics3
or equivalent
ECON 1011Statistics for Business Analytics3
Mathematics:
STAT 1772Introduction to Statistical Methods3
Total Hours24

NOT available to majors in: Accounting, Business Analytics, Business Teaching, Economics-Business Economics emphasis, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, and Real Estate.

Organizational Leadership Minor

This minor is intended for College of Business students who would like to supplement the specialized education of their major with an intensive program that develops the thinking, communication, and interpersonal skills they need to be successful as managers and leaders during their careers. Program enrollment is limited to students with a College of Business major other than Management.

Required
Management:
MGMT 3183Leadership Skills3
MGMT 3965/5965Organizational Behavior3
MGMT 3974/5974Business, Ethics, and Society3
MGMT 3984/5984Dynamics of Negotiations3
Total Hours12

Business Analytics, B.A.

BA in BUSINESS ANALYTICS

Objective 1: Students will demonstrate disciplinary content knowledge.

           Outcome1.1. Learners can plan and design interactive programs using pseudocode or flow charts using input, process, and output methodology.

           Outcome1.2. Learners can define and use variables and different data types (such as string, float, and integers) for program data storage.

           Outcome1.3. Learners can describe and implement decision structures and repetitive structures.

           Outcome1.4. Learners can create database objects and write simple and complex SQL queries for a relational database.

           Outcome1.5. Learners will be able to use techniques for descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics.

Objective 2: Students will use quantitative skills to aid in business decision making.

           Outcome 2.1. Learners can describe and use different types of mathematical, logical, and relational operators for mathematical computations.

Objective 3: Students will display communication skills.

           Outcome 3.1. Learners will demonstrate strong written communication skills required for a business major.

           Outcome 3.2. Learners will be able to use tools for creating visualizations based on different methodologies; interpret and communicate the essential aspects of data analysis. 

Objective 4: Students will be able to apply critical thinking skills.

           Outcome 4.1. Learners can resolve syntax, run-time, and logic errors.

Objective 5: Students will understand the work value expectations of contemporary organizations.

           Outcome 5.1. Learners will identify ethical components in business situations.

           Outcome 5.2. Learners will display other work values such as professional demeanor, quality of effort, dependability, attitude, and initiative.

Management: Business Administration, B.A.

BA in Business Common Core 

Objective 1: Students will demonstrate disciplinary content knowledge.

          1.1  Learners will demonstrate broad knowledge of the business disciplines

          1.2 Learners will apply planning and organizational activities that promote organizational effectiveness

          1.3 Learners will apply foundational knowledge for the development of leadership, teamwork, and communication skills

Objective 2:  Students will use quantitative skills to aid business decision making.

          2.1 Learners will display a broad set of quantitative skills as applied to business decision making across a wide range of business disciplines

          2.2 Learners will be able to use inductive/deductive reasoning to interpret quantitative data to reach appropriate conclusions accurately

Objective 3:  Students will display communication skills.

          3.1 Learners will accurately summarize material, both orally and in writing (i.e., prepare and email to summarize the content of a few attached documents)

          3.2 Learners will be able to clearly, politely request information or assistance (i.e., prepare an email to request a testing accommodation)

          3.3 Learners will be able to justify or explain a position or claim (i.e., orally defend a decision about a short case/situation)

Objective 4:  Students will be able to apply critical thinking skills.

          4.1 Learners will apply basic critical thinking skills as expected for all business majors

          4.2 Learners will apply critical thinking skills to solve complex people problems at work

Objective 5:  Students will understand the work value expectations of contemporary organizations.

          5.1 Learners will identify ethical components in business situations

          5.2 Learners will display other work values such as professional demeanor, quality of effort, dependability, attitude, and initiative

Management: Human Resource, B.A.

BA in Business Common Core 

Objective 1: Students will demonstrate disciplinary content knowledge.

          1.1  Learners will demonstrate broad knowledge of the business disciplines

          1.2 Learners will apply planning and organizational activities that promote organizational effectiveness

          1.3 Learners will apply foundational knowledge for the development of leadership, teamwork, and communication skills

Objective 2:  Students will use quantitative skills to aid business decision making.

          2.1 Learners will display a broad set of quantitative skills as applied to business decision making across a wide range of business disciplines

          2.2 Learners will be able to use inductive/deductive reasoning to interpret quantitative data to reach appropriate conclusions accurately

Objective 3:  Students will display communication skills.

          3.1 Learners will accurately summarize material, both orally and in writing (i.e., prepare and email to summarize the content of a few attached documents)

          3.2 Learners will be able to clearly, politely request information or assistance (i.e., prepare an email to request a testing accommodation)

          3.3 Learners will be able to justify or explain a position or claim (i.e., orally defend a decision about a short case/situation)

Objective 4:  Students will be able to apply critical thinking skills.

          4.1 Learners will apply basic critical thinking skills as expected for all business majors

          4.2 Learners will apply critical thinking skills to solve complex people problems at work

Objective 5:  Students will understand the work value expectations of contemporary organizations.

          5.1 Learners will identify ethical components in business situations

          5.2 Learners will display other work values such as professional demeanor, quality of effort, dependability, attitude, and initiative

Management: Organizational Leadership, B.A.

BA in Business Common Core 

Objective 1: Students will demonstrate disciplinary content knowledge.

          1.1  Learners will demonstrate broad knowledge of the business disciplines

          1.2 Learners will apply planning and organizational activities that promote organizational effectiveness

          1.3 Learners will apply foundational knowledge for the development of leadership, teamwork, and communication skills

Objective 2:  Students will use quantitative skills to aid business decision making.

          2.1 Learners will display a broad set of quantitative skills as applied to business decision making across a wide range of business disciplines

          2.2 Learners will be able to use inductive/deductive reasoning to interpret quantitative data to reach appropriate conclusions accurately

Objective 3:  Students will display communication skills.

          3.1 Learners will accurately summarize material, both orally and in writing (i.e., prepare and email to summarize the content of a few attached documents)

          3.2 Learners will be able to clearly, politely request information or assistance (i.e., prepare an email to request a testing accommodation)

          3.3 Learners will be able to justify or explain a position or claim (i.e., orally defend a decision about a short case/situation)

Objective 4:  Students will be able to apply critical thinking skills.

          4.1 Learners will apply basic critical thinking skills as expected for all business majors

          4.2 Learners will apply critical thinking skills to solve complex people problems at work

Objective 5:  Students will understand the work value expectations of contemporary organizations.

          5.1 Learners will identify ethical components in business situations

          5.2 Learners will display other work values such as professional demeanor, quality of effort, dependability, attitude, and initiative

Management Information Systems, B.A. 

BA in MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 

Objective 1: Students will demonstrate disciplinary content knowledge.          

           Outcome1.1. Learners can plan and design interactive programs using pseudocode or flow charts using input, process, and output methodology.

           Outcome1.2. Learners can define and use variables and different data types (such as string, float, and integers) for program data storage.

           Outcome1.3. Learners can describe and implement decision structures and repetitive structures.

           Outcome1.4. Learners can create database objects and write simple and complex SQL queries for a relational database.

           Outcome1.5. Learners can identify how agile systems development differs from the traditional methods.

Objective 2:  Students will use quantitative skills to aid business decision making.

          Outcome 2.1. Learners can describe and use different types of mathematical, logical, and relational operators for mathematical computations.

Objective 3:  Students will display communication skills.     

           Outcome 3.1. Learners will demonstrate strong written communication skills required for a business major.

           Outcome 3.2. Learners can demonstrate professional writing through the preparation of a memorandum of understanding to the client at the start of a project.

           Outcome 3.3. Learners can use professional language appropriately and present the results of a systems development or analytics project to the client.

Objective 4:  Students will be able to apply critical thinking skills.

           Outcome 4.1. Learners can resolve syntax, run-time, and logic errors.

Objective 5:  Students will understand the work value expectations of contemporary organizations.     

Outcome 5.1. Learners will identify ethical components in business situations.

           Outcome 5.2. Learners will display other work values such as professional demeanor, quality of effort, dependability, attitude, and initiative.

Supply Chain Management, B.A.

BA in Business Common Core 

Objective 1:  Students will demonstrate disciplinary content knowledge.

          1.1 Learners will demonstrate broad knowledge of the business disciplines

          1.2 Learners will deploy SCM tools to support organizations

          1.3 Learners will be able to explain, perform, and manage the process of product and service development

Objective 2:  Students will use quantitative skills to aid business decision making.

          2.1 Learners will display a broad set of quantitative skills as applied to business decision making across a wide range of business disciplines

          2.2 Learners will be able to interpret and draw appropriate conclusions from numerical information

          2.3 Learners can us algebra to solve business problems

          2.4 Learners will apply mathematical concepts to optimization problems, including linear programming models and relevant computational software tools

Objective 3:  Students will display communication skills.

          3.1 Learners will demonstrate strong written communication skills as required for a business major

          3.2 Learners will demonstrate the professional writing skills needed for the management of internal and external stakeholders

          3.3 Learners will use the professional language for communicating with supply chain clients

Objective 4:  Students will be able to apply critical thinking skills.

          4.1 Learners will apply basic critical thinking skills as expected for all business majors

          4.2 Learners will apply critical thinking skills to solve complex supply chain, operations, and project management problem

Objective 5:  Students will understand the work value expectations of contemporary organizations.

          5.1 Learners will identify ethical components in business situations

          5.2 Learners will display other work values such as professional demeanor, quality of effort, dependability, attitude, and initiative

Business Analytics, B.A.

This is a sample plan of study with a suggested sequencing of classes for the major.  University electives may be applied to earn additional academic majors, minors, or certificates.  Students should regularly meet with their academic advisor to plan their specific semester schedule to include UNIFI/General Education program and/or university elective hours required.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallHour
BUSINESS 1000 Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals 0
ECON 1041 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
STAT 1772 Introduction to Statistical Methods 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
ENGLISH 1005 College Writing and Research 3
ECON 1051 Principles of Microeconomics 3
ECON 1011 Statistics for Business Analytics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Sophomore
Fall
MGMT 2080 Introduction to Information Systems 3
ACCT 2120 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
BUSINESS 2000 Business Professionals in Training 0
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
ACCT 2130 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3
ECON 2090 Decision Analytics 3
MKTG 2110 Principles of Marketing 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Junior
Fall
MGMT 2032 Business Application Development I 3
MGMT 3153 Organizational Management 3
MGMT 3100 Legal and Social Environment of Business 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
FIN 3130/5130 Corporate Finance 3
MGMT 2036 Business Analytics Fundamentals 3
MGMT 3154 Operations Management 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Senior
Fall
MGMT 3121 Advanced Business Analytics 3
MGMT 3120 Database Management and Theory 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
ECON 3371 Economic and Business Forecasting 3
MGMT 4175 Strategic Management 3
Business Analytics Elective 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
 Total Hours120

Management: Human Resource, B.A.

This is a sample plan of study with a suggested sequencing of classes for the major.  University electives may be applied to earn additional academic majors, minors, or certificates.  Students should regularly meet with their academic advisor to plan their specific semester schedule to include UNIFI/General Education program and/or university elective hours required.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallHour
BUSINESS 1000 Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals 0
ECON 1041 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ENGLISH 1005 College Writing and Research 3
STAT 1772 Introduction to Statistical Methods 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
ECON 1011 Statistics for Business Analytics 3
ECON 1051 Principles of Microeconomics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Sophomore
Fall
BUSINESS 2000 Business Professionals in Training 0
ACCT 2120 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
MGMT 2080 Introduction to Information Systems 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
ACCT 2130 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3
ECON 2090 Decision Analytics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Junior
Fall
MGMT 3100 Legal and Social Environment of Business 3
MGMT 3153 Organizational Management 3
MKTG 2110 Principles of Marketing 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
FIN 3130/5130 Corporate Finance 3
MGMT 3155 Human Resource Management 3
MGMT 3965/5965 Organizational Behavior 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Senior
Fall
MGMT 3154 Operations Management 3
MGMT 3905/5905 Employment and Labor Law 3
MGMT 3966/5966 Staffing and Employee Development 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
MGMT 3968/5968 Compensation and Performance Management Systems 3
MGMT 3984/5984 Dynamics of Negotiations 3
MGMT 4175 Strategic Management 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
 Total Hours120

Management: Business Administration, B.A.

This is a sample plan of study with a suggested sequencing of classes for the major.  University electives may be applied to earn additional academic majors, minors, or certificates.  Students should regularly meet with their academic advisor to plan their specific semester schedule to include UNIFI/General Education program and/or university elective hours required.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallHour
BUSINESS 1000 Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals 0
ECON 1041 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ENGLISH 1005 College Writing and Research 3
STAT 1772 Introduction to Statistical Methods 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
ECON 1011 Statistics for Business Analytics 3
ECON 1051 Principles of Microeconomics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Sophomore
Fall
BUSINESS 2000 Business Professionals in Training 0
ACCT 2120 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
MGMT 2080 Introduction to Information Systems 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
ACCT 2130 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3
ECON 2090 Decision Analytics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Junior
Fall
MGMT 3100 Legal and Social Environment of Business 3
MGMT 3153 Organizational Management 3
MGMT 3154 Operations Management 3
MKTG 2110 Principles of Marketing 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 3
 Hours15
Spring
FIN 3130/5130 Corporate Finance 3
MGMT 3965/5965 Organizational Behavior 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Senior
Fall
MGMT 3163 Managerial Problem Solving 3
Business Administration Electives 6
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
MGMT 4175 Strategic Management 3
Business Administration Electives 6
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
 Total Hours120

Management: Organizational Leadership, B.A.

This is a sample plan of study with a suggested sequencing of classes for the major.  University electives may be applied to earn additional academic majors, minors, or certificates.  Students should regularly meet with their academic advisor to plan their specific semester schedule to include UNIFI/General Education program and/or university elective hours required.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallHour
BUSINESS 1000 Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals 0
ECON 1041 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ENGLISH 1005 College Writing and Research 3
STAT 1772 Introduction to Statistical Methods 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
ECON 1011 Statistics for Business Analytics 3
ECON 1051 Principles of Microeconomics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Sophomore
Fall
BUSINESS 2000 Business Professionals in Training 0
ACCT 2120 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
MGMT 2080 Introduction to Information Systems 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
ACCT 2130 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3
ECON 2090 Decision Analytics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Junior
Fall
MKTG 2110 Principles of Marketing 3
MGMT 3100 Legal and Social Environment of Business 3
MGMT 3153 Organizational Management 3
MGMT 3154 Operations Management 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 3
 Hours15
Spring
FIN 3130/5130 Corporate Finance 3
MGMT 3965/5965 Organizational Behavior 3
Organizational Leadership Elective 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Senior
Fall
MGMT 3183 Leadership Skills 3
MGMT 3984/5984 Dynamics of Negotiations 3
Organizational Leadership Elective 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
MGMT 3974/5974 Business, Ethics, and Society 3
MGMT 4175 Strategic Management 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
 Total Hours120

Management Information Systems, B.A. 

This is a sample plan of study with a suggested sequencing of classes for the major.  University electives may be applied to earn additional academic majors, minors, or certificates.  Students should regularly meet with their academic advisor to plan their specific semester schedule to include UNIFI/General Education program and/or university elective hours required.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallHour
BUSINESS 1000 Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals 0
ECON 1041 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
STAT 1772 Introduction to Statistical Methods 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
ENGLISH 1005 College Writing and Research 3
ECON 1051 Principles of Microeconomics 3
ECON 1011 Statistics for Business Analytics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Sophomore
Fall
BUSINESS 2000 Business Professionals in Training 0
ACCT 2120 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
MGMT 2080 Introduction to Information Systems 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
ACCT 2130 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3
ECON 2090 Decision Analytics 3
MKTG 2110 Principles of Marketing 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Junior
Fall
MGMT 2032 Business Application Development I 3
MGMT 3100 Legal and Social Environment of Business 3
MGMT 3153 Organizational Management 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
FIN 3130/5130 Corporate Finance 3
MGMT 2034 Business Application Development II 3
MGMT 3112 Systems Analysis and Design 3
MGMT 3154 Operations Management 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 3
 Hours15
Senior
Fall
MGMT 3120 Database Management and Theory 3
MGMT 3140 Information Systems Management 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
MGMT 3125 Information Systems Development Projects 3
MGMT 4175 Strategic Management 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
 Total Hours120

Supply Chain Management, B.A.

This is a sample plan of study with a suggested sequencing of classes for the major.  University electives may be applied to earn additional academic majors, minors, or certificates.  Students should regularly meet with their academic advisor to plan their specific semester schedule to include UNIFI/General Education program and/or university elective hours required.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallHour
BUSINESS 1000 Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals 0
ECON 1041 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ENGLISH 1005 College Writing and Research 3
STAT 1772 Introduction to Statistical Methods 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
ECON 1011 Statistics for Business Analytics 3
ECON 1051 Principles of Microeconomics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Sophomore
Fall
ACCT 2120 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
ECON 2090 Decision Analytics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
BUSINESS 2000 Business Professionals in Training 0
ACCT 2130 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3
ECON 2090 Decision Analytics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Junior
Fall
MGMT 3153 Organizational Management 3
MGMT 3154 Operations Management 3
MKTG 2110 Principles of Marketing 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
FIN 3130/5130 Corporate Finance 3
MGMT 3100 Legal and Social Environment of Business 3
MKTG 3163 Distribution and Logistics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Senior
Fall
MGMT 3161 Supply Chain and Purchasing 3
MGMT 3168 Supply Chain Modeling and Analytics 3
Supply Chain elective 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
Spring
MGMT 3167 Global Supply Chain Management 3
MGMT 4175 Strategic Management 3
Supply Chain elective 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours15
 Total Hours120

Business Teaching Major, B.A. (College of Business, Interdepartmental)

This is a sample plan of study with a suggested sequencing of classes for the major.  University electives may be applied to earn additional academic majors, minors, or certificates.  Students should regularly meet with their academic advisor to plan their specific semester schedule to include UNIFI/General Education program and/or university elective hours required.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallHour
BUSINESS 1000 Introductory Seminar for Business Professionals 0
STAT 1772 Introduction to Statistical Methods 3
ECON 1041 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Spring
ECON 1051 Principles of Microeconomics 3
ECON 1011 Statistics for Business Analytics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 9
 Hours15
Sophomore
Fall
BUSINESS 2000 Business Professionals in Training 0
ACCT 2120 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
TEACHING 2017 Level 1 Field Experience: Exploring Teaching 1
EDPSYCH 2030 Dynamics of Human Development 3
ECON 2090 Decision Analytics 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 6
 Hours16
Spring
ACCT 2130 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3
MKTG 2110 Principles of Marketing 3
MGMT 2080 Introduction to Information Systems 3
SPED 3150 Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners in Classrooms 2
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 4
 Hours15
Junior
Fall
FIN 3130/5130 Corporate Finance 3
MGMT 3100 Legal and Social Environment of Business 3
BUSTEACH 2091 Introduction to Curriculum and Methods for Business Education 2
TEACHING 3128 Level 2 Field Experience: Lesson Planning and Instruction 1
EDPSYCH 3148 Learning and Motivation in Classroom Contexts 3
MEASRES 3150 Classroom Assessment 2
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 2
 Hours16
Spring
ENTR 3583/5583 Entrepreneurship 3
BUSTEACH 3191 Advanced Curriculum and Methods for Business Education 2
MGMT 3153 Organizational Management 3
BUSTEACH 3117 Field Experience in Business Teaching 1
FIN 1040 Financial Skills for Smart Living 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 5
 Hours17
Senior
Fall
SOCFOUND 3119 Schools and American Society 3
TEACHING 4170/5170 Human Relations: Awareness and Application 3
MGMT 2113 Business Communication 3
UNIFI/General Education or University Electives 5
 Hours14
Spring
TEACHING 3138 Secondary School Teaching 12
 Hours12
 Total Hours120
 

Courses

MGMT 2032. Business Application Development I — 3 hrs.

Introduction to developing business applications using a modern business programming language. Emphasis on the fundamentals of the application development process, programming logic and logical structures, programming language syntax, program testing, and documentation. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2080. (Fall and Spring)

MGMT 2034. Business Application Development II — 3 hrs.

In-depth exploration of developing business applications using a modern business programming language. Various features of the language are introduced to solve an array of business problems through programming projects. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2032; MGMT 2080. (Fall and Spring)

MGMT 2036. Business Analytics Fundamentals — 3 hrs.

Provide the fundamental concepts and methods needed to understand the role of business analytics in organizations. Learn how to apply basic business analytics methods as well as how to use different techniques to visualize various types of data to aid in decision making. Develop an understanding of the fundamentals of communication and alignment around concepts that are required for effective data presentation. Allow for project-based opportunities to identify, understand, analyze, prepare, and present effective visualizations. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2032. (Spring)

MGMT 2080. Introduction to Information Systems — 3 hrs.

Introduction to management information systems. Includes introduction to hardware and data communication technology, software and data management, and business applications of the technology. (Fall and Spring)

MGMT 2113. Business Communication — 3 hrs.

Application of business communication principles. Students will study and practice writing common business documents, presenting information, and working with others. Includes the study of non-verbal and interpersonal skills in the workplace as well as the use of email, social media, video-conferencing and other technology to effectively communicate to their audience. Prerequisite(s): ENGLISH 1005 or ENGLISH 2015. (Variable)

MGMT 3100. Legal and Social Environment of Business — 3 hrs.

Introduction to law. Contracts, torts, business ethics, government regulation of business; includes administrative, antitrust, discrimination, international, and product liability law. Prerequisite(s): junior standing. (Fall and Spring)

MGMT 3101. Business Law — 3 hrs.

Study of the common law of contracts and Article II of the Uniform Commercial Code. Prerequisite(s): junior standing. (Variable)

MGMT 3112. Systems Analysis and Design — 3 hrs.

The Systems Development Life Cycle: understanding SDLC phases and applying the tools of systems analysis through a course project. Includes project management, requirements definition, process and data modeling, user interface design, testing, conversion, and implementation. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2032; junior standing. (Spring)

MGMT 3120. Database Management and Theory — 3 hrs.

Study of database theory and design and strategic management of data and databases, relational models and normalization, Structured Query Language, and the use of a relational database. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2032; MGMT 2034 or MGMT 2036; MGMT 2080; junior standing. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): MGMT 3112 or MGMT 3121. (Fall)

MGMT 3121. Advanced Business Analytics — 3 hrs.

Study of concepts, tools, and techniques for identifying business insights and the likelihood of future outcomes from data, including but not limited to classification, rule induction, pattern recognition, clustering methods and predictive analytics. Includes an introduction to prescriptive analytics utilizing optimization and simulation techniques. A hands-on approach using an appropriate programming language and associated software. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2032; MGMT 2036. (Fall)

MGMT 3122. Business Intelligence — 3 hrs.

Business intelligence (BI) is a term describing a broad category of applications, technologies, architectures and processes for gathering, storing, accessing and analyzing data to provide business users with timely information to enable better insights into evidence-based decision making. BI is based on techniques for data decision capture, cleansing, validation, warehousing and analytics to help decision makers improve decision outcomes. This course builds the foundations for evidence-based managerial decision making and provides understanding of the concepts of managing data resources and the development of business intelligence capabilities using data visualization, data mining, analytical processing and other advanced BI topics. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3120. (Spring)

MGMT 3125. Information Systems Development Projects — 3 hrs.

Apply a software development methodology to develop a working information system application for a client. Emphasis on iteratively determining requirements, developing, and testing. Includes client relationship, team work, project management, and user training. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2032; MGMT 2034; MGMT 2080; MGMT 3112; MGMT 3120; junior standing. (Spring)

MGMT 3126. Business Analytics Projects — 3 hrs.

Using an agile, action learning approach, this course provides a hands-on analytics team project experience. Students apply business analytics concepts and skills to a real-world problem and prepare a consulting report and presentation. While gaining first-hand experience with business analytics, students are also adding value to a client organization by completing an applied project. Emphasis on iteratively determining requirements, data gathering, analysis, and reporting. Includes client relationship, team work, project management, and presentation skills. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2032; MGMT 2036; MGMT 2080; MGMT 3120; MGMT 3121; junior standing. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): MGMT 3122. (Spring)

MGMT 3127. Decision Support, Analytics and Business Intelligence — 3 hrs.

Study of decision support applications. Topics include decision making, modeling, and support; DSS development tools with particular emphasis on spreadsheet applications; and organizational and social implications of decision support systems. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2032; MGMT 2034; MGMT 2080; MGMT 3112; MGMT 3153; junior standing. (Variable)

MGMT 3128. Business Application Development III — 3 hrs.

Study of advanced development tools and concepts, including markup languages, scripting languages, and/or Object Oriented Programming. Completion of projects. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2032; MGMT 2034; MGMT 2080; junior standing. (Variable)

MGMT 3140. Information Systems Management — 3 hrs.

Professional approaches to managing an organization's Information Systems. Development of effective IS policies and procedures; examination of existing and emerging technological and business strategies and issues. Emphasis on evaluation and communication skills. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2032; MGMT 2034; MGMT 2080; MGMT 3112; junior standing. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): MGMT 3120. (Fall)

MGMT 3145. Information Systems Applications — 3 hrs.

Understanding current uses of information systems and technology to support organizational goals; the impact of information systems on the organization. Emphasis on design and development of personal productivity tool applications. May not be taken for credit by MIS majors. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 2080 or equivalent; junior standing. (Variable)

MGMT 3153. Organizational Management — 3 hrs.

Study of contemporary organizational concepts and issues and their practical implications for managerial behavior. Prerequisite(s): junior standing. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

MGMT 3154. Operations Management — 3 hrs.

Principles of management of productive processes in both manufacturing and service industries. Topics include organizational structure, product selection, process design, capacity and location management, quality management, forecasting, inventory management, and job design. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 2120; MGMT 2080; STAT 1772 or equivalent; ECON 2090; ECON 1011; junior standing. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

MGMT 3155. Human Resource Management — 3 hrs.

Provides an overview of the processes and practices involved in recruiting and managing critical human resources. Educates a manager about essential HRM competencies needed for today's organizations. Prerequisite(s): junior standing. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): MGMT 3153. (Spring)

MGMT 3161. Supply Chain and Purchasing — 3 hrs.

Examination of the integrative management process of purchasing, producing, supplying, and distributing goods and services. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 2120; ACCT 2130; MGMT 2080; MGMT 3153; MGMT 3154; STAT 1772 or equivalent; ECON 2090; ECON 1041; ECON 1051; ECON 1011; junior standing. (Fall)

MGMT 3163. Managerial Problem Solving — 3 hrs.

Effective thinking about organizational problems. Topics include critical thinking; problem identification, definition, and analysis; alternative generation and evaluation; negotiation; and design. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3153; junior standing. (Fall and Spring)

MGMT 3164. Quality and Process Improvement — 3 hrs.

Management and improvement of product/service quality and organizational processes. Topics include quality management programs; total quality management; statistical process control; business process design; reengineering; benchmarking; and best practices research. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 2120; ACCT 2130; MGMT 2080; MGMT 3153; MGMT 3154; STAT 1772 or equivalent; ECON 2090; ECON 1011; junior standing. (Variable)

MGMT 3166. Six Sigma and Lean Consulting Methodology — 3 hrs.

Students will gain an understanding of the Six Sigma methodology and the ability to apply it within an industrial organization, specifically students will obtain: The ability to determine what is important so that they can define the improvement opportunity, to measure process performance in order to understand how the organization is performing, to quantitatively analyze improvement opportunities in order to understand root causes, to generate improvement alternatives / solutions in order to determine what needs to be implemented, and to control / monitor the solution implementation through lean consulting, in order to guarantee that the performance improvements are realized. Prerequisite(s): ECON 1011; STAT 1772 or equivalent; ECON 2090; junior standing. (Variable)

MGMT 3167. Global Supply Chain Management — 3 hrs.

This course aims to develop an understanding of key devices of supply chain performance and their interrelationship with firm strategy. Special emphasis is given to understanding regional, national, and subnational attributes necessary to develop solutions for a variety of global supply chain problems. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3154; ACCT 2120; ACCT 2130; MGMT 2080; STAT 1772 or equivalent; ECON 2090; ECON 1011; junior standing. (Spring)

MGMT 3168. Supply Chain Modeling and Analytics — 3 hrs.

This course introduces students to decision support models that are most frequently used in supply chain applications. The specific topics will include: 1) The role of decision support tools in dealing with a spectrum of supply chain problems; 2) Effective communication of suggested solutions; and 3) Specific models and techniques planning, material requirement planning, inventory management, transportation, supply network design, quality management, and sourcing decisions. Use of basic and advanced spreadsheet modeling tools. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 2120; ACCT 2130; MKTG 2110; MGMT 2080; MGMT 3154; STAT 1772 or equivalent; ECON 1011; ECON 2090; ECON 1041; ECON 1051; junior standing. (Fall)

MGMT 3169. Management of Service Operations — 3 hrs.

Managing services, especially the operation's activity in service firms. Includes determining the service package, forecasting service demand, managing demand, capacity analysis and management, scheduling, cost control, service quality, and human resource management. Standardization, franchising, and service automation addressed. Prerequisite(s): ECON 1011 and ECON 2090; admittance to College of Business; junior standing. (Variable)

MGMT 3170. Special Problems — 1-3 hrs.

Credit determined at registration. Student will choose one of the following areas: 1. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

MGMT 3179. Cooperative Education — 1-3 hrs.

Compensated work experience in conjunction with an academic project conducted under faculty guidance. For majors only. May be repeated for maximum of 6 hours. Offered on credit/no credit basis only. Prerequisite(s): 2.70 cumulative UNI GPA; junior standing; consent of department head. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

MGMT 3183. Leadership Skills — 3 hrs.

Foundations of leadership. Skill development through case analyses, role plays, and experiential learning. Assessment/development of leadership competencies. Team building, negotiation, and conflict resolution. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3153; junior standing. (Spring)

MGMT 3185. Project Management — 3 hrs.

Development of leadership skills through management of organizational projects from selection to implementation. Includes management of project cost, quality, schedule, scope, risk, and communications. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3153. (Fall and Spring)

MGMT 3187. Organization Structure and Design — 3 hrs.

Study of organizing processes and macro-social forces that shape them. Emphasis is given to elements of organization, how they shape collective action, and their implications for organization functioning and effectiveness. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3153; ECON 1041; ECON 1051; junior standing. (Variable)

MGMT 3189/5189. International Management — 3 hrs.

Problems of organizing, financing, and operating multinational enterprises, and impact of multinational business upon a world economy. Prerequisite(s): MKTG 2110; MGMT 3153; ECON 1031 or ECON 1041; junior standing. (Fall and Spring)

MGMT 3905/5905. Employment and Labor Law — 3 hrs.

Legal and practical examination of employee selection, dismissal, discrimination, health and safety, labor relations and associated human resource management issues. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3100 or MGMT 3101 or equivalent; junior standing. (Fall)

MGMT 3965/5965. Organizational Behavior — 3 hrs.

A systematic study of micro-level theoretical concepts and their strategic and practical implications for understanding, analyzing, and predicting individual and group behavior. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3153; junior standing. (Fall and Spring)

MGMT 3966/5966. Staffing and Employee Development — 3 hrs.

Assessing staffing needs as part of strategic planning; maintaining appropriate staffing levels; designing and implementing training and development programs. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3153; MGMT 3155; junior standing. (Fall)

MGMT 3968/5968. Compensation and Performance Management Systems — 3 hrs.

Examination of the total compensation and performance management systems at multiple levels. Key topics include wage determination, salary structures, total rewards, benefits, performance assessment, performance management, and performance improvement. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3153; MGMT 3155; junior standing. (Spring)

MGMT 3969/5969. Management Internship — 1-3 hrs.

Uncompensated work experience in conjunction with an academic project conducted under faculty guidance. May be repeated for maximum of 6 hours. Offered on credit/no credit basis only. Prerequisite(s): 2.70 cumulative UNI GPA; junior standing; consent of department head. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

MGMT 3974/5974. Business, Ethics, and Society — 3 hrs.

Application of ethical principles and analytic methods to managerial decision-making and contemporary issues in business. Examination of the roles business does and should play in society. Specific topics will vary, in accordance with current events. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3100; junior standing. (Fall and Variable Springs)

MGMT 3984/5984. Dynamics of Negotiations — 3 hrs.

Study of one-on-one and group deal-making processes of negotiation and conflict management skills as practiced in different settings faced by future leaders and managers. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3153; junior standing. (Fall and Spring)

MGMT 4175. Strategic Management — 3 hrs.

Study of strategy formulation and implementation processes. Focus on the application of integrative approaches to management through case analysis. For senior business majors. Prerequisite(s): completion of all other courses in the "business core"; ACCT 2120; ACCT 2130; MKTG 2110; MGMT 2080; MGMT 3100; MGMT 3153; MGMT 3154; FIN 3130/5130; STAT 1772 or equivalent; ECON 2090; ECON 1041; ECON 1051; ECON 1011; senior standing. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

MGMT 6249. Management Information Systems Concepts — 3 hrs.

Provides students with knowledge of the role of information systems within an organization; systems, information and decision theory; information systems applications including decision support; and systems evaluation and selection. Prerequisite(s): consent of MBA Director. (Variable)

MGMT 6250. Strategic Planning and Organization Analysis — 3 hrs.

Analysis of business organization, its environment, and the strategic planning function. Should be taken in first semester of study. Prerequisite(s): consent of MBA Director. (MBA Module I - begins late August and ends mid-November)

MGMT 6260. Strategic Management of Human Resources — 3 hrs.

Principles of organizational behavior applied to managerial practices; strategic management of human resources to accomplish work and maximize organizational effectiveness. Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3153 or equivalent; consent of MBA Director. (Variable)

MGMT 6262. Cross-Functional Operations — 3 hrs.

Analysis and design of business operational decisions in complex production and service environments. Prerequisite(s): consent of MBA Director. (Variable)

MGMT 6272. Research and Analysis for Management Decisions — 3 hrs.

Study of the tools and techniques for business research and data analysis. Emphasis on applying the tools and techniques to determine, define, and solve complex business problems and improve managerial decision making. Prerequisite(s): consent of MBA Director. (Variable)

MGMT 6276. Business Capstone Experience — 1 hr.

Analyze, solve, and present a solution to a complex, interdisciplinary business problem. Prerequisite(s): consent of MBA Director. (Variable)

MGMT 6278. Consulting Capstone Experience — 1 hr.

Acting as a member of a consulting team, analyze an organization's business situation and recommend a course of action. Prerequisite(s): GPA of 3.2 or higher or consent of MBA Director. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): Consent of MBA Director. (Variable)

MGMT 6285. Individual Readings — 1-3 hrs.

Directed readings and reports. May be repeated for maximum of 4 hours. Prerequisite(s): consent of MBA Director. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

MGMT 6299. Research — 1-6 hrs.

Prerequisite(s): consent of MBA Director. (Fall, Spring, Summer)