MBA 5101 (3 hours) Managerial Economics
This course develops the theory and tools of economic analysis to facilitate the identification and analysis of business problems at the level of the firm, industry, and economy level.
MBA 5201 (3 hours) Management Information Systems
Use of information systems technology to improve organizational performance, data based decision making, group work, and personal productivity. Decision support software and database query systems are used to support a case-based approach to learning.
MBA 5301 (3 hours) Financial Accounting and Reporting
A study of the theoretical and technical facets of financial accounting for professionals with an emphasis on financial reporting, financial literacy, reporting compliance, preparation of financial statements, interpretation of financial statements, and analysis of financial statements. Students will evaluate financial accounting information in relation to the capital markets and societal implications of the financial performance of firms with a focus on ethical behavior.
MBA 5302 (3 hours) Managerial Accounting
A study of the theoretical and technical facets of managerial accounting and how accounting information is derived and how business managers us that information in making decision sand evaluating the activities with a focus on information management uses operating decisions, strategic management, cost management, and internal controls. Prerequisite: MBA 5301 Financial Accounting and Reporting.
MBA 5401 (3 hours) Marketing Management
This comprehensive introduction to marketing management will improve marketing decision-making including assessing market opportunities, developing marketing strategies, and establishing a strategic marketing plan.
MBA 5501 (3 hours) Motivation and Leadership
This course examines the interaction between leadership and organizational culture, with an emphasis on their relationship in the corporate setting.
MBA 5502 (3 hours) Conflict and Negotiation
This course focuses on developing the art and science of negotiation – improving the ability to secure agreement between independent parties. This course will develop skills for negotiation and conflict management to develop a systematic and positive approach for negotiating with multiple stakeholders. Case studies, readings, and simulations will be used.
ENT 5510 (3 hours) Creativity and Innovation
A study of creativity and innovation in entrepreneurship utilizing tools drawn from the arts, sciences, and social sciences with a focus on the methods and practices used by innovative and creative individuals to solve complex managerial and organizational problems.
IS 5510 (3 hours) Introduction to Databases
This course covers database design, development and the use of database management systems for applications. Data mining and data warehousing topics are developed.
MGT 5990 (3 hours) Strategic Management
An integrative course examining the setting of strategic objectives, developing corporate strategies, and translating objectives and strategies into current operational plans.
ACC 5201 (3 hours) Advanced Managerial Accounting
A study of advanced theoretical and technical facets of managerial accounting with a focus on managerial behavior in response to internal accounting information.
DATA 5100 (3 hours) Applied Statistics for Analytics
This course is designed to give students a solid understanding of probability and inferential statistics. The course provides a foundational understanding of statistical concepts and tools required for data analysis and decision making in a data science setting. The course uses case studies and extensive use of statistical software.
FIN 5402 (3 hours) Capital Markets
Topics covered will include security markets, types of investment vehicles, and the environment in which investments are made. As part of the review of investment vehicles, you will be introduced to principles of asset valuation in efficient markets.