ACG 5026 - Financial Reporting and Managerial Control This course provides a basic understanding of accounting systems and the financial statements to lay a foundation for financial statement analysis. The course also provides a basic understanding of cost systems and controls to lay a foundation for organizational control. (Take before FIN 5425.)
BUL 5810 - The Legal & Ethical Environment of Business (The Legal Environment of Business) An introduction to the legal, political and social institutions which affect business activity, with an emphasis on public law and governmental regulation. Landmark legislation and judicial decisions will be examined.
FIN 5425 - Problems in Financial Management An advanced case course including an in-depth study into selected topics such as valuation theory and the investment, financing, and dividend decisions of the firm. (Prerequisite: ACG 5026.)
FIN 5515 - Investment Management & Analysis Analysis of financial assets with emphasis on the securities market, the valuation of individual securities, and portfolio management. (Prerequisite: FIN 5425.)
ISM 5021 - Information & Technology Management Through readings, cases, and projects, students will confront issues associated with technology strategy (what to pursue and how to pursue it) and implementation (how to make it happen). The underlying theme of this course is that effective information and technology management requires an understanding of the technology involved, the organizational and commercial environment in which it will be used, and the encompassing society's overall technology flow processes.
MAN 5245 - Organizational Behavior A dynamic examination of managerial concepts of human behavior in work organizations. Topics include motivation, leadership, reward systems, training, recruiting, selection, and job design.
MAN 5501 - Production and Operations Management Develops a conceptual framework which is useful in describing the nature of the operations function, with emphasis on identifying basic problems in managing the operations of an organization.
MAN 5716 - Economics and Business Conditions A combination of statistics and managerial economics designed to illustrate statistical methods and techniques by applying them to basic managerial issues using elementary calculus and basic statistical programs (Excel and SAS) for regressions, testing hypotheses, and applying other statistical methods to important issues in managerial economics. Also, problems of managing the firm in relation to the changing economic environment; analysis of major business fluctuations and development of forecasting techniques.
MAN 5721 - Strategy and Business Policy The relation between theories and practices of management, utilizing theories in policy decision making and including a methodology for policy decision making. Capstone course. Prerequisites: all other MBA core courses.
MAN 5935 - Professional Development
MAR 5409 - Business-to-Business Sales and Marketing This course focuses on building and managing relationships with business customers. It will cover business-to-business management issues, with an emphasis on topics at the mid-to-upper management level. Specific strategic marketing issues include problems and opportunities that leverage an understanding of the entire supply chain. Sales will deal primarily with complex, large/key account management and customer relations. Sales management issues will concentrate on managing a sales force focused on complex accounts.
MAR 5465 - Purchasing and Supply Chain Management The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of the ideas and concepts of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management function in organizational settings. Focus is placed on the development and management of relationships with world class suppliers in an e-business environment. The course will cover the importance of developing sourcing strategies through a global supply base. Specific concepts covered include: supplier selection & development; management of a strategic supply base; electronic commerce applications; logistics and inventory issues.
MAR 5125- Marketing Strategy in the Global Environment This course examines the business-level marketing strategy in the context of global markets and uses the marketing-planning process as a framework for understanding how global environments, markets, and institutions affect the strategic marketing operations of the global business enterprise.
REE 5205 - Topics in Real Estate Finance Covers topics related to the mortgage capital markets, including the primary and secondary mortgage markets, market operations, mortgage instruments and mortgage-related securities.
REE 5305 - Real Estate Investment Focused on the topic of real estate investment analysis primarily from the private investor's (equity) perspective, this course introduces students to the analytical tools and procedures used to evaluate real estate investment opportunities.
RMI 5017 - Fundamentals of Risk and Insurance This course will develop concepts such as time value of money, statistical analysis, information technology, and management of risk exposure.
REE 5105 - Real Estate Valuation Covers topics fundamental to the valuation of real estate, including the process, procedures and valuation methods. The course focuses on the valuation of income-producing properties. Advanced topics in valuation are presented.