Management (MGMT)

Courses

MGMT 570. Data Science for Managers. 3 Credits.

The course helps students understand the fundamentals of using data to support their decision-making and to visually represent data. Students will develop visualization and decision models designed to effectively communicate the meaning of complex data sets in a business context. Students will also learn how Business Intelligence (BI) is used by organizations to make better business decisions, use fewer resources, and improve the bottom line. Students will learn numerous in-demand technical skills
P: graduate status
Fall and Spring.

MGMT 589. Organizational Behavior. 3 Credits.

A micro organizational behavior course examining motivation, leadership, job satisfaction, learning, group dynamics, and stress in the organizational setting.
P: graduate status
Fall and Spring.

MGMT 652. Teams. 3 Credits.

The course explores the design and management of organizational teams and work groups. It examines the components of effective teams and enhances teamwork skills and expertise. Topics include group composition, goals, processes, team behaviors, team leadership, team performance and technological tools
Spring.

MGMT 730. Leading the Self. 3 Credits.

This course provides a framework for lifelong leadership development based on two perspectives: values-based leadership and competency-based leadership.
P: graduate status
Fall Only.

MGMT 759. Sustainable Management. 3 Credits.

This course will focus on leading, building, and maintaining sustainable organizations. The course provides students with the knowledge, tools and skills to become responsible managers with insights into how sustainability, responsibility and ethics can be incorporated into the traditional functions of business such as strategic management, entrepreneurship, IT, operations, supply chain management, human resources and marketing.
P: graduate status
Fall Only.

MGMT 796. Professional Project. 4 Credits.

Intense application experience in which students will learn management strategies and work on an extensive hands-on project. At the end of the course students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of management principles as well as develop and complete an applied project that will utilize material learned fromprior masters coursework.
P: Graduate standing with 12 credits of graduate coursework completed
Fall and Spring.

MGMT 797. Internship. 1-6 Credits.

P: graduate status
Fall and Spring.

MGMT 798. Independent Study. 1-3 Credits.

P: graduate status
Fall and Spring.