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MANAGEMENT (MGMT)

430-3 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. Theory, practice, and trends in effective utilization of human resources in organizations. Prerequisites: admission to school of business; MGMT 330 and MGMT 331 or MGMT 340.

431-3 RECRUITING, SELECTING, AND HIRING EMPLOYEES. Principles, practices, and issues relevant to staffing work organizations. Topics include employee recruitment approaches; selection procedure development; work force headcount planning; and employment regulations. Prerequisite: MGMT 430.

432-3 TRAINING ANDDEVELOPING EMPLOYEES. Principles, practices, and factors that contribute to employees' job competence, performance, and growth, and contribution to organizational performance. Topics include training assessment, development, and delivery. Prerequisite: MGMT 430.

433-3 EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS. Employee compensation principles, practices, and issues. Topics include job analysis, job evaluation, wage structures, equity, competitiveness, benefits, variable incentive compensation and regulatory influences on compensation. Prerequisite: MGMT 430.

451-3 MANAGING ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND INNOVATION. Study of organizational change with emphasis on diagnostic skills necessary for effective management of planned organizational change. Individual and group leadership approaches to increase effectiveness. Prerequisites: admission to school of business and MGMT 330 and MGMT 331 or MGMT 341.

461-3 MANAGING IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY/INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT. Management of business in other countries and in global economy. Interaction of political, cultural, social, legal, and economic forces in international business context. Prerequisites: admission to school of business; MGMT 330 and MGMT 331 or MGMT 341.

475-3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT. Formation of new enterprises and management of small business. Focus on identifying opportunities, starting a new enterprise, and operational and organizational aspects of small business management. Prerequisites: admission to school of business; MGMT 330 and MGMT 331 or MGMT 341.

485-3 MANAGING QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE. Current topics in management, with special emphasis on designs, programs, and techniques for managing quality and performance improvements. Advanced readings and cases on innovative business practices. Prerequisites: admission to school of business; MGMT 330 and MGMT 331 or MGMT 341.

495-3 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT. Advanced and specialized topics of current concern to field of management. Depending on topic, chairperson can approve course as a substitute for a BSBA specialization course. Prerequisites: admission to school of business; MGMT 330 and MGMT 331 or MGMT 341.

541-3 HEALTH CARE LAW. Patient rights, provider rights, and the legal implications of the denial of treatment. Examination of current case law and the U. S. health care system.

551-3 MANAGING ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND INNOVATION. Knowledge and skills of organizational change with emphasis on diagnostic skills necessary for effective management of planned organizational change. Individual and group leadership approaches. Prerequisite: MBA 523.

553-3 SEMINAR IN QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT. Current topics in management, with special emphasis on designs, programs and techniques for managing quality and performance improvements. Advanced readings and cases on innovative business practices. Prerequisite: MBA 523.

558-3 CYBERLAW. Addresses legal issues presented by cyberspace and related technology. Students learn legal issues, law, and application of law by case method.

561-3 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS. Management of business in other countries and in global economy. Interaction of political, cultural, social, legal and economic forces in international business context. Prerequisite: MGMT 514 or consent of instructor.

570-3 SEMINAR IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. Theory and practice of human resource management. Balanced attention on strategic use of HR in organizations and HR tools to achieve effectiveness and efficiency. Prerequisite: MBA 523.

575-3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT. Formation of new enterprises and management of small business. Focus on identifying opportunities, starting a new enterprise, and operational and organizational aspects of small business management. Prerequisite: MKGT 525, FIN 527.

580-3 EMPLOYMENT LAW FOR MANAGERS. Selected areas impacting business managers. Topics include affirmative action, drugs, safety, and discrimination based on sex, race, pregnancy, and age. Prerequisite: ACCT 340 or MBA 522.

595-3 SEMINAR IN MANAGEMENT. Interpretations and discussions of current developments in management. Topics vary with faculty interest and changes in the field. Emphasis on analysis of current developments. Prerequisite: MBA 523 or consent of instructor.

597-1 to 3 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN MANAGEMENT. Investigation of focused, topical areas. Individual or small group projects. May be repeated to a maximum of 3 hours. Prerequisite: detailed proposal approved by supervising faculty member and chairperson.

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