Manning School of Business

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60.501 Financial Accounting Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6357
Status Active

An introduction to financial accounting within the context of business transactions and business decisions. This course is a broad introduction to using accounting information from the user's perspective with little emphasis on traditional debits, credits, journal entries and ledgers. Emphasis is placed on preparing and understanding financial statements.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Any MBA student (coded as Day or Professional) or Foundations of Business (MGFB) or Doctor of Engineering or PSM can enroll or Permission of MBA Coordinator.

60.501 Financial Accounting Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6357
Status Active

An introduction to financial accounting within the context of business transactions and business decisions. This course is a broad introduction to using accounting information from the user's perspective with little emphasis on traditional debits, credits, journal entries and ledgers. Emphasis is placed on preparing and understanding financial statements.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: MBA, Business Certificate, Doctor of Engineering programs, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

60.601 Accounting Information for Management Decisions Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6360
Status Active

Prerequisite: Student must be matriculated and must have completed foundation core courses. Focuses on the manager's view as opposed to the accountant's view of the decision process and related quantitative and qualitative information needs. The course material examines accounting information that will achieve faster, better, and cheaper operations. New strategic cost management models, such as ABC and target costing, are explored and contrasted with traditional cost approaches.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator.

60.601 Accounting Information for Management Decisions Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6360
Status Active

Prerequisite: Student must be matriculated and must have completed foundation core courses. Focuses on the manager's view as opposed to the accountant's view of the decision process and related quantitative and qualitative information needs. The course material examines accounting information that will achieve faster, better, and cheaper operations. New strategic cost management models, such as ABC and target costing, are explored and contrasted with traditional cost approaches.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511.

60.602 Advanced Management and Sustainability Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37228
Status Active

In the new environment of change, accountants are increasingly called on to support strategy through increasing efficiencies and reducing costs. This course will examine the different ways that accountants can add value through an understanding of value chain activities, use of technology, and extending value chain activities to develop a sustainability strategy.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.602 Advanced Management and Sustainability Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37228
Status Active

In the new environment of change, accountants are increasingly called on to support strategy through increasing efficiencies and reducing costs. This course will examine the different ways that accountants can add value through an understanding of value chain activities, use of technology, and extending value chain activities to develop a sustainability strategy.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.603 Accounting Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37222
Status Active

Presents accounting as a system designed to meet the needs of external and internal users. Accounting information system concepts are emphasized. Topics include accounting transaction cycles, internal controls, and systems development processes.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.603 Accounting Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37222
Status Active

Presents accounting as a system designed to meet the needs of external and internal users. Accounting information system concepts are emphasized. Topics include accounting transaction cycles, internal controls, and systems development processes.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.605 Government and Non-Profit Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38799
Status Active

This course introduces students to financial accounting and reporting issues related to stat and local government and non-profit organizations. Students will learn how to prepare, analyze, and interpret these entities financial statements.

Pre/Co-Requisites: MSA Program

60.612 Advanced Cost Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6361
Status Active

An examination of cost data in ambiguous situations to assist managers in decision-making and strategy implementation. Emphasis is placed on advanced cost management for strategic planning, management control and, performance evaluation in multinational business entities.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.612 Advanced Cost Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6361
Status Active

An examination of cost data in ambiguous situations to assist managers in decision-making and strategy implementation. Emphasis is placed on advanced cost management for strategic planning, management control and, performance evaluation in multinational business entities.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.621 Tax Factors in Business Decisions Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35726
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.621 Tax Factors in Business Decisions Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35726
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.622 Globalization and Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35725
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed, 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.50, 66.511 and 60.601 or permission of MBA coordinator OR MSA students or permission of MSA coordinator.

60.622 Globalization and Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35725
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.623 Contemporary Accounting Issues Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35727
Status Active

Significant and rapid changes in accounting rules are impacting the financial reporting and analysis that management uses to make business decisions. This course will explore contemporary accounting topics that accounting professionals will face in the workplace and how the accompanying requirements are changing the way that companies and their business partners use, report, analyze, and interpret financial data. Subjects covered will vary as conditions change but may include International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Fair Value Measurements, Post-Retirement Benefits, Revenue Recognition, or other current accounting topics.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed, 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.50, 66.511 and 60.601 or permission of MBA coordinator OR MSA students or permission of MSA coordinator.

60.623 Contemporary Accounting Issues Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35727
Status Active

Significant and rapid changes in accounting rules are impacting the financial reporting and analysis that management uses to make business decisions. This course will explore contemporary accounting topics that accounting professionals will face in the workplace and how the accompanying requirements are changing the way that companies and their business partners use, report, analyze, and interpret financial data. Subjects covered will vary as conditions change but may include International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Fair Value Measurements, Post-Retirement Benefits, Revenue Recognition, or other current accounting topics.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.630 Taxation of Business Entities Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37226
Status Active

This course provides coverage of gross income and business deductions, and provides a comprehensive overview of the taxation of corporations, partnerships, and sole proprietorships. This course will also cover the history of federal taxation, estate and gift taxes, and how the taxation of business entities fits into the entire tax system.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.630 Taxation of Business Entities Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37226
Status Active

This course provides coverage of gross income and business deductions, and provides a comprehensive overview of the taxation of corporations, partnerships, and sole proprietorships. This course will also cover the history of federal taxation, estate and gift taxes, and how the taxation of business entities fits into the entire tax system.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.640 Financial Accounting Theory and Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37223
Status Active

A comprehensive exposure at an intermediate level to accounting theory and practice. Emphasis is placed on applying underlying accounting theory to complex accounting measurement problems. The effects of alternative methods are considered throughout the entire course.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.640 Financial Accounting Theory and Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37223
Status Active

A comprehensive exposure at an intermediate level to accounting theory and practice. Emphasis is placed on applying underlying accounting theory to complex accounting measurement problems. The effects of alternative methods are considered throughout the entire course.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.641 Corporate Financial Reporting II Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37225
Status Active

Corporate Financial Reporting - II is a comprehensive analysis of financial accounting topics involved in preparing financial statements and in external reporting that began in Corporate Financial Reporting- I. It includes topics such as current and long term liabilities and contingencies; stockholders' equity; dilutive securities and earnings per share calculations; investments; pensions; leases, financial statement analysis; the statement of cash flows; and full disclosure in financial reporting.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.641 Corporate Financial Reporting II Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37225
Status Active

Corporate Financial Reporting - II is a comprehensive analysis of financial accounting topics involved in preparing financial statements and in external reporting that began in Corporate Financial Reporting- I. It includes topics such as current and long term liabilities and contingencies; stockholders' equity; dilutive securities and earnings per share calculations; investments; pensions; leases, financial statement analysis; the statement of cash flows; and full disclosure in financial reporting.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.645 Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37227
Status Active

Fraud is an extremely costly business problem. Wells, Chairman of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, estimates that all forms of corporate dishonesty from "cooking the books" to embezzling could run as high as $660 billion annually. Business owners, executives, managers and accountants will benefit from understanding the causes, types and scope of fraud, fraud prevention, fraud detection, and fraud investigation. This course will cover management fraud, employee embezzlement and other types of fraud. The principles and methodology of fraud prevention, detection and investigation (e.g., forensic accounting) will be discussed.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.645 Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37227
Status Active

Fraud is an extremely costly business problem. Wells, Chairman of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, estimates that all forms of corporate dishonesty from "cooking the books" to embezzling could run as high as $660 billion annually. Business owners, executives, managers and accountants will benefit from understanding the causes, types and scope of fraud, fraud prevention, fraud detection, and fraud investigation. This course will cover management fraud, employee embezzlement and other types of fraud. The principles and methodology of fraud prevention, detection and investigation (e.g., forensic accounting) will be discussed.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.650 International Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37224
Status Active

This course integrates International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) into a financial accounting course and leverages comparisons between US GAAP and IFRS (the two most commonly applied sets of accounting standards in the world) to enhance the development of a "critical thinking" approach to financial accounting and reporting. The goal of the course it to enhance student understanding of the links between the underlying transactions, the application of reporting standards for those transactions, and the financial reports obtained from a global/international perspective. Accounting standards set in the US and internationally (US GAAP and IFRS) are guided by general concepts but the specifics of the standards, and national cultures across different countries and geographical areas. In this course, we will consider those differences to better understand both US GAAP and IFRS accounting standards and the financial reports produced by then. In addition, the course will provide students with a basic understanding of IFRS, a relatively new set of accounting standards gaining wide acceptance throughout the world and being considered for adoption within the US.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.650 International Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37224
Status Active

This course integrates International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) into a financial accounting course and leverages comparisons between US GAAP and IFRS (the two most commonly applied sets of accounting standards in the world) to enhance the development of a "critical thinking" approach to financial accounting and reporting. The goal of the course it to enhance student understanding of the links between the underlying transactions, the application of reporting standards for those transactions, and the financial reports obtained from a global/international perspective. Accounting standards set in the US and internationally (US GAAP and IFRS) are guided by general concepts but the specifics of the standards, and national cultures across different countries and geographical areas. In this course, we will consider those differences to better understand both US GAAP and IFRS accounting standards and the financial reports produced by then. In addition, the course will provide students with a basic understanding of IFRS, a relatively new set of accounting standards gaining wide acceptance throughout the world and being considered for adoption within the US.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.655 Advanced Auditing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37221
Status Active

This course provides a more in-depth study of auditing topics including audit planning, evidence gathering and evaluation, professional standards and regulatory agencies, and a practical approach to accounting and auditing research. Applications will be drawn from public and private sector audits.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: MSA students, or permission of MSA Coordinator.

60.655 Advanced Auditing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37221
Status Active

This course provides a more in-depth study of auditing topics including audit planning, evidence gathering and evaluation, professional standards and regulatory agencies, and a practical approach to accounting and auditing research. Applications will be drawn from public and private sector audits.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.677 Directed Study: Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6366
Status Active

60.677 Directed Study: Accounting Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6366
Status Active

60.699 Accounting Internship Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6369
Status Active

60.720 Fraud Examination Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 33569
Status Active

Fraud is an extremlely costly business problem. Wells, Chairman of The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, estimates that all forms of corporate dishonesty from "cooking the books" to embezzling could run as high as $660 billion annually. Business owers, executives, managers and accountants will benefit from understanding the causes, types and scope of fraud, fraud prevention, fraud detection, and fraud investigation. This course will cover management fraud, employee embezzlement and other types of fraud. The principles and methodology of fraud prevention, detection and investigation will be discussed.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.720 Fraud Examination Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 33569
Status Active

Fraud is an extremlely costly business problem. Wells, Chairman of The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, estimates that all forms of corporate dishonesty from "cooking the books" to embezzling could run as high as $660 billion annually. Business owers, executives, managers and accountants will benefit from understanding the causes, types and scope of fraud, fraud prevention, fraud detection, and fraud investigation. This course will cover management fraud, employee embezzlement and other types of fraud. The principles and methodology of fraud prevention, detection and investigation will be discussed.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MSA or non-MSA students who have completed the prerequisite of 60.601.

60.751 Accounting Research Methodology Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38344
Status Active

This course situates accounting and organization management research in the context of scientific inquiry generally, and social science in particular. In introduces students to the philosophical background of epistemological and metaphysical issues, the framing of scientific research, theory development, and the formulation of testable hypotheses. Operationalization, measurement and validity issues are studied, and a wide range of research paradigms and methodologies for accounting and organization management research are introduced and illustrated.

60.751 Accounting Research Methodology Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38344
Status Active

This course situates accounting and organization management research in the context of scientific inquiry generally, and social science in particular. In introduces students to the philosophical background of epistemological and metaphysical issues, the framing of scientific research, theory development, and the formulation of testable hypotheses. Operationalization, measurement and validity issues are studied, and a wide range of research paradigms and methodologies for accounting and organization management research are introduced and illustrated.

60.761 Empirical Financial Accounting Reasearch I Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38567
Status Active

This is part I of a two part doctoral seminar in Empirical Financial Accounting Research. This course introduces and develops a broad understanding of empirical accounting research in financial reporting. The intent is to provide an overview of archival research and an in-depth analysis of current financial accounting research. This course will focus on the types of questions and innovative methods accounting academics are currently pursuing and developing.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: 60.751 Accounting Research Methodolog.

61.501 Business Financial Analysis Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6402
Status Active

Introduces students to the finance function in a firm. Students are exposed to a variety of analytical techniques and to theory applied to financial decision making. Study will include effects of major financial decisions such as investment, financing and dividends on the value of a firm, in the light of their risk-return relationship under the assumption that the maximization of shareholder wealth is the goal of management. Pre-requisites: MBA or Certificate Programs or Permission of MBA Director.

Pre/Co-Requisites: 60.501 AND MBA or MGFB Certificate or PSM or Doctor of Engineering majors or permission of MBA coordinator.

61.501 Business Financial Analysis Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6402
Status Active

Introduces students to the finance function in a firm. Students are exposed to a variety of analytical techniques and to theory applied to financial decision making. Study will include effects of major financial decisions such as investment, financing and dividends on the value of a firm, in the light of their risk-return relationship under the assumption that the maximization of shareholder wealth is the goal of management. Pre-requisites: MBA or Certificate Programs or Permission of MBA Director.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Reqs: MBA, Business Cert, or Doctor of Engineering majors; 60.501 Financial Accounting; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

61.601 Corporate Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6404
Status Active

Relates working capital strategy, capital investment analysis, long-term financing, and capital structure decisions in a risk-return framework to the dynamics of the firm and the market in which it operates.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.501 and 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator or MSA students.

61.601 Corporate Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6404
Status Active

Relates working capital strategy, capital investment analysis, long-term financing, and capital structure decisions in a risk-return framework to the dynamics of the firm and the market in which it operates.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511.

61.610 Global Financial Markets and Monetary Policy Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6405
Status Active

61.610 Global Financial Markets and Monetary Policy Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6405
Status Active

61.624 Fixed Income Securities Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38390
Status Active

Financial securities whose valuation depends on interest rates, such as Treasury securities, municipal bonds, and corporate bonds are called Fixed Income Securities. In this course, students will learn how to value and manage the risk of these securities.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.501 and 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator or MSA students.

61.624 Fixed Income Securities Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38390
Status Active

Financial securities whose valuation depends on interest rates, such as Treasury securities, municipal bonds, and corporate bonds are called Fixed Income Securities. In this course, students will learn how to value and manage the risk of these securities.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511.

61.640 Financing Innovation and Technology Ventures Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35577
Status Active

This course focuses on strategies for financing innovation and new technology ventures both within a firm and on a stand-alone basis. Topics covered will include: different types of business organizations; different sources of funding including internal sources and external sources such as angel investors, venture capitalists, etc.; short-term and long-term financial planning and forecasting; business valuation; term sheet negotiation and exit strategies including mergers and acquisitions and IPOs. Each aspect of the course will be covered within the context of a business plan and venture life-cycle.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

61.640 Financing Innovation and Technology Ventures Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35577
Status Active

This course focuses on strategies for financing innovation and new technology ventures both within a firm and on a stand-alone basis. Topics covered will include: different types of business organizations; different sources of funding including internal sources and external sources such as angel investors, venture capitalists, etc.; short-term and long-term financial planning and forecasting; business valuation; term sheet negotiation and exit strategies including mergers and acquisitions and IPOs. Each aspect of the course will be covered within the context of a business plan and venture life-cycle.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

61.675 Financial Derivatives Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35765
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

61.675 Financial Derivatives Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35765
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

61.677 Independent Study: Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6408
Status Active

Pre-Requisites: MBA Foundation Core and 61.601, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 61.601 Corporate Finance, MBA Foundation Core, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

61.677 Independent Study: Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6408
Status Active

Pre-Requisites: MBA Foundation Core and 61.601, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 61.601 Corporate Finance, MBA Foundation Core, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

61.688 Current Topics in Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6409
Status Active

Topics of current interest in Finance. Subject matter to be announced in advance. For a current semester course title, please log on to ISIS, the Inter-Campus Student Information System.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.501 and 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator or MSA students.

61.688 Current Topics in Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6409
Status Active

Topics of current interest in Finance. Subject matter to be announced in advance. For a current semester course title, please log on to ISIS, the Inter-Campus Student Information System.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students, MBA Foundation Core, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

61.691 International Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6410
Status Active

The international dimension of the finance function of the firm. Financial constraints of the international environment and their effect on the standard concepts of financial management. The techniques of adapting risk analysis to the international situation. Study of international currency flows, monetary systems, forward cover and international banking policies.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

61.691 International Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6410
Status Active

The international dimension of the finance function of the firm. Financial constraints of the international environment and their effect on the standard concepts of financial management. The techniques of adapting risk analysis to the international situation. Study of international currency flows, monetary systems, forward cover and international banking policies.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

61.735 Portfolio Investment and Security Analysis Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6416
Status Active

This course develops investment theory as applicable to portfolio management and securities selection. Topics covered include identification of investor goals, identification of investment opportunities in real and financial assets under volatile capital market conditions as well as analysis and decision making under conditions of certainty and uncertainty. Related concepts include technical analysis and fundamental analysis, pyramid approach to investing, changing risk and return through asset allocation and portfolio formation, valuation of basic securities and rebalancing of portfolios.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501 Organizational Behavior, & 66.511.

61.735 Portfolio Investment and Security Analysis Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6416
Status Active

This course develops investment theory as applicable to portfolio management and securities selection. Topics covered include identification of investor goals, identification of investment opportunities in real and financial assets under volatile capital market conditions as well as analysis and decision making under conditions of certainty and uncertainty. Related concepts include technical analysis and fundamental analysis, pyramid approach to investing, changing risk and return through asset allocation and portfolio formation, valuation of basic securities and rebalancing of portfolios.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501 Organizational Behavior, & 66.511.

61.740 Corporate Finance Theory Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36933
Status Active

This course covers topics in corporate finance including agency theory, theory of the firm, market for corporate control, financing policy, and dividend policy, among others.

61.740 Corporate Finance Theory Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36933
Status Active

This course covers topics in corporate finance including agency theory, theory of the firm, market for corporate control, financing policy, and dividend policy, among others.

61.741 Investments Theory Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36934
Status Active

This course covers topics in optimal portfolio choice and asset pricing including discrete-time and continuous time models for portfolio choice and security prices, Black-Scholes model of asset pricing, and general-equilibrium asset pricing models, among others.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Doctoral Student in good standing or with Instructor's Permission.

61.741 Investments Theory Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36934
Status Active

This course covers topics in optimal portfolio choice and asset pricing including discrete-time and continuous time models for portfolio choice and security prices, Black-Scholes model of asset pricing, and general-equilibrium asset pricing models, among others.

61.742 Empirical Research in Finance Credits: 0

Course Details
Min Credits 0
Max Credits 0
Course ID 36935
Status Active

This course introduces students to empirical research in finance. It covers applications of econometric methods in finance including both time-series and panel data econometrics.

61.742 Empirical Research in Finance Credits: 0

Course Details
Min Credits 0
Max Credits 0
Course ID 36935
Status Active

This course introduces students to empirical research in finance. It covers applications of econometric methods in finance including both time-series and panel data econometrics.

61.743 Seminar in Corporate Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36936
Status Active

This course is a doctoral level seminar covering both theoretical and empirical research in the area of corporate finance.

61.743 Seminar in Corporate Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36936
Status Active

This course is a doctoral level seminar covering both theoretical and empirical research in the area of corporate finance.

61.744 Seminar in Investment Analysis Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36948
Status Active

This course is a doctoral level seminar covering both theoretical and empirical research in the area of investments and asset pricing.

61.744 Seminar in Investment Analysis Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36948
Status Active

This course is a doctoral level seminar covering both theoretical and empirical research in the area of investments and asset pricing.

61.745 Econometrics III Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36949
Status Active

This course is a doctoral level seminar covering quantitative methods that are requisite for publishing in high level finance journals.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Students with a CSCE or UGRD career need permission to take Graduate Level Courses.

61.745 Econometrics III Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36949
Status Active

This course is a doctoral level seminar covering quantitative methods that are requisite for publishing in high level finance journals.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Students with a CSCE or UGRD career need permission to take Graduate Level Courses.

61.746 International Finance Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36971
Status Active

The doctoral seminar provides an extensive survey on theory and empirical research in international finance, such as international investments and implications for the theory of corporate finance in a global business environment. It covers various international financial management topics related to international capital markets, foreign exchange rate determination and global financial management. The aim of the doctoral seminar is to help students develop an advanced understanding of theory, concept development, research design, and research results within in field of international management.

61.746 International Finance Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36971
Status Active

The doctoral seminar provides an extensive survey on theory and empirical research in international finance, such as international investments and implications for the theory of corporate finance in a global business environment. It covers various international financial management topics related to international capital markets, foreign exchange rate determination and global financial management. The aim of the doctoral seminar is to help students develop an advanced understanding of theory, concept development, research design, and research results within in field of international management.

61.780 Market Microstructure Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36979
Status Active

This course examines trading mechanisms for financial securities. Topics of study include both theoretical models and the empirical research to test these models.

61.780 Market Microstructure Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36979
Status Active

This course examines trading mechanisms for financial securities. Topics of study include both theoretical models and the empirical research to test these models.

61.781 Behavioral Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36980
Status Active

This course covers both the theoretical and the empirical research in finance. It includes introduction to the psychology evidence relevant to finance and focuses on recent research in this area.

61.781 Behavioral Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36980
Status Active

This course covers both the theoretical and the empirical research in finance. It includes introduction to the psychology evidence relevant to finance and focuses on recent research in this area.

61.782 Financial Derivatives Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36981
Status Active

This course is an -in-depth analysis of contingent claims valuation. Financial assets considered will include European and American style options, forwards, futures, swaps, real options, and corporate securities.

61.782 Financial Derivatives Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36981
Status Active

This course is an -in-depth analysis of contingent claims valuation. Financial assets considered will include European and American style options, forwards, futures, swaps, real options, and corporate securities.

61.783 International Financial Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36982
Status Active

This course investigates issues in corporate financial management for multinational firms including foreign exchange forecasting and risk management, multinational capital budgeting, multinational capital structure, and international financial markets.

61.783 International Financial Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36982
Status Active

This course investigates issues in corporate financial management for multinational firms including foreign exchange forecasting and risk management, multinational capital budgeting, multinational capital structure, and international financial markets.

61.784 Special Topics in Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36983
Status Active

This is a doctoral level course covering both theoretical and empirical research in an area of finance as determined by the instructor.

61.784 Special Topics in Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36983
Status Active

This is a doctoral level course covering both theoretical and empirical research in an area of finance as determined by the instructor.

61.801 Techology Adoption Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6424
Status Active

61.801 Techology Adoption Finance Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6424
Status Active

62.501 Marketing Fundamentals Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6450
Status Active

Describes how marketing strategies and plans of a competitive enterprise are formulated, implemented, and adjusted over time. Behavioral and quantitative aspects are covered, as well as analysis of the environmental forces affecting marketing decisions. Pre-requisites: MBA or Certificate Programs, or Permission of MBA Director.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Any MBA student (coded as Day or Professional) or Foundations of Business (MGFB) or Doctor of Engineering or PSM can enroll or Permission of MBA Coordinator.

62.501 Marketing Fundamentals Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6450
Status Active

Describes how marketing strategies and plans of a competitive enterprise are formulated, implemented, and adjusted over time. Behavioral and quantitative aspects are covered, as well as analysis of the environmental forces affecting marketing decisions. Pre-requisites: MBA or Certificate Programs, or Permission of MBA Director.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: MBA, Business Certificate, Doctor of Engineering programs, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

62.601 Customers And Markets Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6452
Status Active

Prerequisite: Student must be matriculated and have finished foundation core. Pursues the development of comprehensive and integrated marketing plans using industry/competitor analysis, market value chains, and forecasting. An emphasis is given to business-to-business marketing situations which require an in-depth analysis of the firms' complex organizational behavior and evolving buyer-seller relationship.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.501 and 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator or MSA students.

62.601 Customers And Markets Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6452
Status Active

Prerequisite: Student must be matriculated and have finished foundation core. Pursues the development of comprehensive and integrated marketing plans using industry/competitor analysis, market value chains, and forecasting. An emphasis is given to business-to-business marketing situations which require an in-depth analysis of the firms' complex organizational behavior and evolving buyer-seller relationship.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511.

62.615 Sustainable Marketing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35711
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

62.615 Sustainable Marketing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35711
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

62.625 Marketing Intelligence Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35712
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

62.625 Marketing Intelligence Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35712
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

62.630 Market Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35578
Status Active

In this course students will learn and apply various marketing research techniques that will enable them to make soundly based decisions about new products or services in either an existing firm or new venture. Some of the topics covered include: assessing customer needs, estimating market demand, deciding the features of a proposed product/service and the price that would be most attractive in its target market. The course will provide students with an overview of key marketing concepts, and understanding of the statistical methodology behind market research techniques and practical application of these techniques through cases and projects.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

62.630 Market Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35578
Status Active

In this course students will learn and apply various marketing research techniques that will enable them to make soundly based decisions about new products or services in either an existing firm or new venture. Some of the topics covered include: assessing customer needs, estimating market demand, deciding the features of a proposed product/service and the price that would be most attractive in its target market. The course will provide students with an overview of key marketing concepts, and understanding of the statistical methodology behind market research techniques and practical application of these techniques through cases and projects.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

62.670 International Marketing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6461
Status Active

62.670 International Marketing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6461
Status Active

62.677 Independent Study: Marketing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6462
Status Active

Pre-Requisite: MBA Foundation Core and 62.601 or permission of MBA Coordinator.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 62.601 and MBA Foundation Core, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

62.677 Independent Study: Marketing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6462
Status Active

Pre-Requisite: MBA Foundation Core and 62.601 or permission of MBA Coordinator.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 62.601 and MBA Foundation Core, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

62.688 Current Topics in Marketing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6464
Status Active

Topics of current interest in Marketing. Subject matter to be announced in advance. For a current semester course title, please log on to ISIS, the Inter-Campus Student Information System

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

62.688 Current Topics in Marketing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6464
Status Active

Topics of current interest in Marketing. Subject matter to be announced in advance. For a current semester course title, please log on to ISIS, the Inter-Campus Student Information System

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

62.740 International Marketing Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36970
Status Active

The doctoral seminar is designed to expose students to the cutting-edge research in marketing models and discuss the relevance and implications of these marketing theories in a global business environment. It covers various research topics including pricing, new product development, marketing, brand management, and consumer behavior in a cross-national setting, with emphasis on developing a critical understanding of theory, concept development, research design, and research results within the field of international marketing.

62.740 International Marketing Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36970
Status Active

The doctoral seminar is designed to expose students to the cutting-edge research in marketing models and discuss the relevance and implications of these marketing theories in a global business environment. It covers various research topics including pricing, new product development, marketing, brand management, and consumer behavior in a cross-national setting, with emphasis on developing a critical understanding of theory, concept development, research design, and research results within the field of international marketing.

63.501 Operations Fundamentals Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6513
Status Active

Provides students with an introduction to operations management and operations analysis. The latter furnishes the student with a set of quantitative tools which are useful in designing and operating the former. These techniques are also generally applicable to other functional areas/courses within the MBA Program. Pre-requisites: MBA or Certificate Programs, or Permission of MBA Director.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Any MBA student (coded as Day or Professional) or Foundations of Business (MGFB) or Doctor of Engineering or PSM can enroll or Permission of MBA Coordinator.

63.501 Operations Fundamentals Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6513
Status Active

Provides students with an introduction to operations management and operations analysis. The latter furnishes the student with a set of quantitative tools which are useful in designing and operating the former. These techniques are also generally applicable to other functional areas/courses within the MBA Program. Pre-requisites: MBA or Certificate Programs, or Permission of MBA Director.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: MBA, Business Certificate, Doctor of Engineering programs, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

63.601 Management Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6516
Status Active

Examines computer technologies, database management, and data communications as vehicle to improve and/or restructure business processes and decision making effectiveness to create competitive advantage.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.501 and 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator or MSA students.

63.601 Management Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6516
Status Active

Examines computer technologies, database management, and data communications as vehicle to improve and/or restructure business processes and decision making effectiveness to create competitive advantage.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511.

63.610 Information Technology Infrastructure Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37589
Status Active

This course examines in detail, the two major technologies for establishing the Information Technology (IT) architecture & Infrastructure in an organization Topics include Multi-user Database environments, review of IT architectures, the migration of legacy systems, network (WAN, LAN) design, deployment, and management, and role of the Internet, Extranet, and Intranet.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: 63.601 Management of Information Systems or permission of instructor.

63.610 Information Technology Infrastructure Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37589
Status Active

This course examines in detail, the two major technologies for establishing the Information Technology (IT) architecture & Infrastructure in an organization Topics include Multi-user Database environments, review of IT architectures, the migration of legacy systems, network (WAN, LAN) design, deployment, and management, and role of the Internet, Extranet, and Intranet.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: 63.601 Management of Information Systems or permission of instructor.

63.620 Information Technology Project Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35732
Status Active

Application and integration of the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK) areas to managing information technology (IT) projects. Focuses on project management tools and techniques for defining and managing the project's goal, scope, schedule, and budget. Other topics include quality management, risk management, change management, and knowledge management as they are related to IT projects.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 63.602 MIS or permission of Instructor or MBA office.

63.620 Information Technology Project Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35732
Status Active

Application and integration of the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK) areas to managing information technology (IT) projects. Focuses on project management tools and techniques for defining and managing the project's goal, scope, schedule, and budget. Other topics include quality management, risk management, change management, and knowledge management as they are related to IT projects.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 63.602 MIS or permission of Instructor or MBA office.

63.630 E-business Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 30437
Status Active

This course provides a foundation on digital commerce and e-business for MBA students. It will cover both technological and managerial aspects of managing e-business operations in either a traditional or pure "dot.com" organization. Issues covered include interactive marketing and market-spaces, agent-based commerce and intelligent markets, electronic shopping carts, user interface issues, EDI transaction via Extranets, database interfaces, personalization and targeted communications, security, encryption, and payment systems, privacy and intellectual property.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: Matriculated MBA Manning Professional who have completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511 and 63.601 or permission of MBA Coordinator.

63.630 E-business Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 30437
Status Active

This course provides a foundation on digital commerce and e-business for MBA students. It will cover both technological and managerial aspects of managing e-business operations in either a traditional or pure "dot.com" organization. Issues covered include interactive marketing and market-spaces, agent-based commerce and intelligent markets, electronic shopping carts, user interface issues, EDI transaction via Extranets, database interfaces, personalization and targeted communications, security, encryption, and payment systems, privacy and intellectual property.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

63.640 Enterprise System Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 30883
Status Active

This course, an MBA elective, will focus on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems that integrate information spanning the functional boundaries within an organization. ERP systems include like SAP/R3, PeopleSoft, Oracle, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) like Seibel, Tariva, etc. The goals of the course are to help students understand ERP systems and their underlying components and technologies, the implications of implementing ERP in organizations. Course will cover management and technical issues during the pre-implementation, installation, and post-installation stages of the ERP and/or CRM software in organizations. This course will cover topics such as: ES planning, business process re-engineering, selection of ES software and vendors, role of outside consultants, budgeting and resource planning, systems conversion, testing, user training, stabilization, role of top management, IT staff, consultants, design teams, and employee, and other topics.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed (60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511) and 63.601 or Perm of MBA Coordinator.

63.640 Enterprise System Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 30883
Status Active

This course, an MBA elective, will focus on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems that integrate information spanning the functional boundaries within an organization. ERP systems include like SAP/R3, PeopleSoft, Oracle, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) like Seibel, Tariva, etc. The goals of the course are to help students understand ERP systems and their underlying components and technologies, the implications of implementing ERP in organizations. Course will cover management and technical issues during the pre-implementation, installation, and post-installation stages of the ERP and/or CRM software in organizations. This course will cover topics such as: ES planning, business process re-engineering, selection of ES software and vendors, role of outside consultants, budgeting and resource planning, systems conversion, testing, user training, stabilization, role of top management, IT staff, consultants, design teams, and employee, and other topics.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed (60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511) and 63.601 or Perm of MBA Coordinator.

63.671 Operations Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 34656
Status Active

Examines the strategic and tactical operations processes of manufacturing and service firms that foster global competitiveness. This course focuses on traditional and newer approaches including just-in-time, total quality management, MRP, flexible manufacturing systems, and capacity and management that lead to an integrated operations strategy. Cost reductions, flexibility, and market responsiveness are also considered.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.501 and 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator or MSA students.

63.671 Operations Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 34656
Status Active

Examines the strategic and tactical operations processes of manufacturing and service firms that foster global competitiveness. This course focuses on traditional and newer approaches including just-in-time, total quality management, MRP, flexible manufacturing systems, and capacity and management that lead to an integrated operations strategy. Cost reductions, flexibility, and market responsiveness are also considered.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511.

63.688 Current Topics in Management Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6524
Status Active

Selected topics having current and future impact in the field of MIS. Subject matter to be announced in advance.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.501 and 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator or MSA students.

63.688 Current Topics in Management Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6524
Status Active

Selected topics having current and future impact in the field of MIS. Subject matter to be announced in advance.

Pre/Co-Requisites: MBA, MSITE, MBA Foundation Core

63.690 Managerial Quality Control Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6525
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator.

63.690 Managerial Quality Control Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6525
Status Active

63.706 Data Analytics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38321
Status Active

This course introduces the concepts and technologies of data analytics and data mining for transforming data into insight and business intelligence. The course studies how the data-driven analytics technologies can be used by organizations to gain competitive advantages, and how to design and develop these technologies. Topics include data integration, data transformation, prediction, classification, clustering, association, text mining, optimization, model and performance evaluation, and data-mining related privacy and ethical issues.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: 49.211 Statistics for Business and Econmonics I or equivalent, 63.300 Application Systems Development or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

63.706 Data Analytics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38321
Status Active

This course introduces the concepts and technologies of data analytics and data mining for transforming data into insight and business intelligence. The course studies how the data-driven analytics technologies can be used by organizations to gain competitive advantages, and how to design and develop these technologies. Topics include data integration, data transformation, prediction, classification, clustering, association, text mining, optimization, model and performance evaluation, and data-mining related privacy and ethical issues.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: 49.211 Statistics for Business and Econmonics I or equivalent, 63.300 Application Systems Development or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

63.707 Electronic Commerce Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38716
Status Active

This course provides a foundation on digital commerce and e-business research for PhD. students. It will cover both technological and managerial aspects off managing e-business operations in either a pure (Dot.Com) organization or traditional organization (bricks-and-click). Issues covered include interactive marketing and market-spaces, agent-based commerce and intelligent markets, electronic shopping carts, user interface issues, EDI transaction via Extranets, database interfaces, personalization and targeted communications, security, encryption, and payment systems, privacy and intellectual property. Students will be conducting literature review in each of these key e-business areas and identify potential future research directions.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: 49.731 Statistics.

63.708 Enterprise Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38566
Status Active

The course will focus on implementation issues with Enterprise Systems (also called Enterprise Resource planning -- ERP) which integrate the informational and functional boundaries within organization. The goals of the course are to help students understand the underlying ERP components and technologies, change management, and process integration in organization. Conceptual models will be analyzed on topics such as business process management, customer relationship management, supply chain management, privacy and security, and outsourcing issues as related to the implementation of enterprise systems. Students will be assessed through case analysis, exams , and research paper proposals.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: BA-PhD Students only or permission of the Instructor.

63.709 Independent Study in Management Information Systems Credits: 1-3

Course Details
Min Credits 1
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6527
Status Active

An opportunity for the student to carry out individualized study relating to the field of Management Information Systems under the supervision of a member of the faculty. Pre-requisites: MBA Foundation Core and Permission of MBA Coordinator

63.709 Independent Study in Management Information Systems Credits: 1-3

Course Details
Min Credits 1
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6527
Status Active

An opportunity for the student to carry out individualized study relating to the field of Management Information Systems under the supervision of a member of the faculty. Pre-requisites: MBA Foundation Core and Permission of MBA Coordinator

63.730 Advanced Data Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36974
Status Active

This course provides students with in-dept knowledge for modeling, designing, implementing, and managing database systems for operational and decision support purposes. Topics covered include relational database model, entity-relationship modeling, normalization, SQL language, data warehousing, data quality and integration, data and database administration, and object-oriented database.

63.730 Advanced Data Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36974
Status Active

This course provides students with in-dept knowledge for modeling, designing, implementing, and managing database systems for operational and decision support purposes. Topics covered include relational database model, entity-relationship modeling, normalization, SQL language, data warehousing, data quality and integration, data and database administration, and object-oriented database.

63.735 Advanced Systems Development Methodology Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36975
Status Active

This course emphasizes the theory and applications for business systems development. Application development strategies. Application system development management. Individual behavior and group dynamics in the development process. Systems implementation and operation. Students learn concepts in a systematic approach to the analysis, design, implementation and maintenance of information systems. Students apply these principles in projects to improve the quality of their development process and final products. Students produce and evaluate artifacts (constructs, models, methods, tools) that enable more efficient and effective information systems to be developed.

63.735 Advanced Systems Development Methodology Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36975
Status Active

This course emphasizes the theory and applications for business systems development. Application development strategies. Application system development management. Individual behavior and group dynamics in the development process. Systems implementation and operation. Students learn concepts in a systematic approach to the analysis, design, implementation and maintenance of information systems. Students apply these principles in projects to improve the quality of their development process and final products. Students produce and evaluate artifacts (constructs, models, methods, tools) that enable more efficient and effective information systems to be developed.

63.737 Multivariate Statistical Methods Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38569
Status Active

This course introduces statistical methods and techniques for multivariate data analysis. The course studies basic ideas underlying multivariate statistical methods and covers various applications of multivariate statistical analysis. The course discusses the design of a multivariate study, the choice of a multivariate method, the procedure of multivariate statistical analysis, and the interpretation of the analysis results. Topics include multivariate normal distribution, multivariate analysis of variance and covariance (MANOVA and MACOVA), principal components, factor analysis, structure equation modeling, canonical correlation, discriminant analysis, and cluster analysis.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: 49.731 Statistics.

63.740 Advanced Data Communications and Networking Technologies Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36976
Status Active

This course provides a comprehensive overview on modern Business Data Communications and Networking technologies. Internet-based information systems play a vital role in the production, management, creative marketing, and delivery of financial services today. This course explores the principles and applications of data communications in organizations. The student is led from the foundation networking principals into the more advanced networking concepts and applications such as Semantic Web, Web Services, and Cloud Computing. The students will learn how these technologies were designed and implemented as well as how they are used in business to support various strategies and gain competitive advantages.

63.740 Advanced Data Communications and Networking Technologies Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36976
Status Active

This course provides a comprehensive overview on modern Business Data Communications and Networking technologies. Internet-based information systems play a vital role in the production, management, creative marketing, and delivery of financial services today. This course explores the principles and applications of data communications in organizations. The student is led from the foundation networking principals into the more advanced networking concepts and applications such as Semantic Web, Web Services, and Cloud Computing. The students will learn how these technologies were designed and implemented as well as how they are used in business to support various strategies and gain competitive advantages.

63.745 Electronic Commerce Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36977
Status Active

This course provides a foundation on digital commerce and e-business for PhD program. It will cover both theory and practice of e-commerce (B2C), e-business (B2B) and emerging e-business technologies such as Web 2.0 and social networking, all with an organizational perceptive. Various theoretical models will be analyzed on topics such as e-strategy, interactive/e-marketing and supply-chain, agent-based commerce and intelligent markets, shopping carts and payment systems, user interface design, EDI transactions and Extranets, personalization and privacy security, encryption, and intellectual property. Students will be assessed through research paper and exams.

63.745 Electronic Commerce Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36977
Status Active

This course provides a foundation on digital commerce and e-business for PhD program. It will cover both theory and practice of e-commerce (B2C), e-business (B2B) and emerging e-business technologies such as Web 2.0 and social networking, all with an organizational perceptive. Various theoretical models will be analyzed on topics such as e-strategy, interactive/e-marketing and supply-chain, agent-based commerce and intelligent markets, shopping carts and payment systems, user interface design, EDI transactions and Extranets, personalization and privacy security, encryption, and intellectual property. Students will be assessed through research paper and exams.

63.750 Seminar in Information Systems Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36978
Status Active

This course focuses on the contemporary topics in information systems research. The materials discussed in this course will be selected form leading IS research publications. Subject areas may be organizational, social, or technological in nature. Research methodologies may be empirical, computational or economics oriented. This course will normally be taught by multiple faculty members jointly.

63.750 Seminar in Information Systems Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36978
Status Active

This course focuses on the contemporary topics in information systems research. The materials discussed in this course will be selected form leading IS research publications. Subject areas may be organizational, social, or technological in nature. Research methodologies may be empirical, computational or economics oriented. This course will normally be taught by multiple faculty members jointly.

63.755 Business Intelligence and Data Mining Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36985
Status Active

This Course introduces the concepts and technologies of business intelligence and data mining. The course studies how data-oriented business intelligence techniques can be used by organizations to gain competitive advantages, as well as how to design and develop these techniques. Topics include classification, clustering, association analysis, prediction, and text and web mining. Data-mining related ethical issues will also be discussed.

63.755 Business Intelligence and Data Mining Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36985
Status Active

This Course introduces the concepts and technologies of business intelligence and data mining. The course studies how data-oriented business intelligence techniques can be used by organizations to gain competitive advantages, as well as how to design and develop these techniques. Topics include classification, clustering, association analysis, prediction, and text and web mining. Data-mining related ethical issues will also be discussed.

63.760 Enterprise Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36986
Status Active

This course will focus on Enterprise Systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and customer relationship Management (CRM) that integrate information spanning the functional boundaries (cross-functional) within an organization and link them with customers. This course will analyze theory and practice of implementing enterprise systems and their underlying components and technologies, their implications organization change and business processes. Students will be assessed through research paper and exams.

63.760 Enterprise Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36986
Status Active

This course will focus on Enterprise Systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and customer relationship Management (CRM) that integrate information spanning the functional boundaries (cross-functional) within an organization and link them with customers. This course will analyze theory and practice of implementing enterprise systems and their underlying components and technologies, their implications organization change and business processes. Students will be assessed through research paper and exams.

63.765 Global Supply Chain Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36987
Status Active

This course provides a foundation on global supply chain management (GSCM) for the Ph.D. program. The course explores the interconnections and dependencies among marketing, finance, operations, and information systems with respect to GSCM. It covers topics related to the design of global facility networks, logistical planning across borders, and financial and accounting considerations such as duties, tax differentials, and exchange rates. In addition, the course will analyze the benefits and risks associated with outsourcing and offshoring and explore the importance of information technology and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in managing global supply chains. Finally, it will address recent trends in designing sustainable supply chains and managing financial, economic, and political risk throughout the supply chain. Students will be assessed through research papers and exams.

63.765 Global Supply Chain Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36987
Status Active

This course provides a foundation on global supply chain management (GSCM) for the Ph.D. program. The course explores the interconnections and dependencies among marketing, finance, operations, and information systems with respect to GSCM. It covers topics related to the design of global facility networks, logistical planning across borders, and financial and accounting considerations such as duties, tax differentials, and exchange rates. In addition, the course will analyze the benefits and risks associated with outsourcing and offshoring and explore the importance of information technology and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in managing global supply chains. Finally, it will address recent trends in designing sustainable supply chains and managing financial, economic, and political risk throughout the supply chain. Students will be assessed through research papers and exams.

63.770 Information Privacy and Security Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36988
Status Active

This course examines information privacy and security from various perspectives. The course provides students with in-depth understanding of the privacy and security issues due to advances in information technology, as well as related legal, organizational, social and economic implications and consequences. The course also explores approaches to analyze, design and implement the privacy and security components/functions of information systems.

63.770 Information Privacy and Security Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36988
Status Active

This course examines information privacy and security from various perspectives. The course provides students with in-depth understanding of the privacy and security issues due to advances in information technology, as well as related legal, organizational, social and economic implications and consequences. The course also explores approaches to analyze, design and implement the privacy and security components/functions of information systems.

63.779 Independent Study: Operations Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6534
Status Active

Pre-requisites: MBA Foundation Core and Permission of MBA Coordinator

63.779 Independent Study: Operations Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6534
Status Active

Pre-requisites: MBA Foundation Core and Permission of MBA Coordinator

63.780 Information Technology Project Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36989
Status Active

This course covers the concepts,, practices, processes, tools, techniques and resources used by information system (IS) project managers. The entire project life cycle will be covered from project initiation to project termination. The course will closely apply the framework of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) to carry out IT projects. The course will focus on how to manage the scope, schedule, budget and change of projects, with research emphasis on information systems and information technology projects.

63.780 Information Technology Project Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36989
Status Active

This course covers the concepts,, practices, processes, tools, techniques and resources used by information system (IS) project managers. The entire project life cycle will be covered from project initiation to project termination. The course will closely apply the framework of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) to carry out IT projects. The course will focus on how to manage the scope, schedule, budget and change of projects, with research emphasis on information systems and information technology projects.

63.785 Knowledge Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36990
Status Active

Knowledge management capability is essential to an organization's knowledge transfer, adaptation to rapidly changing environments, and the creation of innovative products and services to enhance organizational productivity and competitiveness. Knowledge management has considerable appeal to high-tech firms as a strategy to improve group collaboration, support virtual teams, and engage communities. This course explores the theory and practice of knowledge management with emphasis on research in the field.

63.785 Knowledge Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36990
Status Active

Knowledge management capability is essential to an organization's knowledge transfer, adaptation to rapidly changing environments, and the creation of innovative products and services to enhance organizational productivity and competitiveness. Knowledge management has considerable appeal to high-tech firms as a strategy to improve group collaboration, support virtual teams, and engage communities. This course explores the theory and practice of knowledge management with emphasis on research in the field.

63.795 Strategic Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36991
Status Active

This course will focus on Strategic Information Systems such as Decision Support Systems, Executive Information Systems, and Knowledge Management Systems. The course introduces students to the theories and principals of Strategic Information Systems as well as the technologies used to design and implement such systems. The social, ethical, and global issues involved with Strategic Information Systems will also be discussed.

63.795 Strategic Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36991
Status Active

This course will focus on Strategic Information Systems such as Decision Support Systems, Executive Information Systems, and Knowledge Management Systems. The course introduces students to the theories and principals of Strategic Information Systems as well as the technologies used to design and implement such systems. The social, ethical, and global issues involved with Strategic Information Systems will also be discussed.

63.798 Independent Study in Management Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6538
Status Active

63.798 Independent Study in Management Information Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6538
Status Active

64.591 Independent Study Credits: 1

Course Details
Min Credits 1
Max Credits 1
Course ID 6566
Status Active

64.591 Independent Study Credits: 1

Course Details
Min Credits 1
Max Credits 1
Course ID 6566
Status Active

64.640 New Venture Creation Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37840
Status Active

This course is designed for students who are interested in entrepreneurship. The focus is on entrepreneurship as generic activity. It explores the opportunities and challenges face by individuals who seek to start a new ventures and the probable career development paths that are available. For those who may be interested in starting or running a new business, the course will provide an essential foundation for this process, identify the skills and resources required, and explore the opportunities available to the young entrepreneur.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

64.640 New Venture Creation Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37840
Status Active

This course is designed for students who are interested in entrepreneurship. The focus is on entrepreneurship as generic activity. It explores the opportunities and challenges face by individuals who seek to start a new ventures and the probable career development paths that are available. For those who may be interested in starting or running a new business, the course will provide an essential foundation for this process, identify the skills and resources required, and explore the opportunities available to the young entrepreneur.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

64.650 Innovation and Emerging Technology Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35579
Status Active

This course examines technological innovation and its relationship to value-creation and business strategy. Emphasis is placed on emerging scientific and technical innovations and the opportunities and challenges they present to both existing businesses and new venture entrepreneurs. The overall goal of this course is to help you to understand, appreciate and learn to manage the technology innovation process. Students examine innovation strategies, planning models, evaluation models, licensing and the commercialization process required to launch new businesses around innovative products and technologies.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

64.650 Innovation and Emerging Technology Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35579
Status Active

This course examines technological innovation and its relationship to value-creation and business strategy. Emphasis is placed on emerging scientific and technical innovations and the opportunities and challenges they present to both existing businesses and new venture entrepreneurs. The overall goal of this course is to help you to understand, appreciate and learn to manage the technology innovation process. Students examine innovation strategies, planning models, evaluation models, licensing and the commercialization process required to launch new businesses around innovative products and technologies.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

64.655 Corporate Entrepreneurship Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35580
Status Active

This course focuses on entrepreneurship in established companies. Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE) is a process by which companies adopt a conscious strategy to encourage creativity, innovation, outside-the-box thinking, experimentation and risk taking. As a result, companies promoting and implementing CE strive for competitive advantages in rapidly changing global markets. The course will cover components of CE, developing & implementing CE strategies and managing CE.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

64.655 Corporate Entrepreneurship Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35580
Status Active

This course focuses on entrepreneurship in established companies. Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE) is a process by which companies adopt a conscious strategy to encourage creativity, innovation, outside-the-box thinking, experimentation and risk taking. As a result, companies promoting and implementing CE strive for competitive advantages in rapidly changing global markets. The course will cover components of CE, developing & implementing CE strategies and managing CE.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

64.670 Global Entrepreneurship Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38768
Status Active

This course discusses state of global entrepreneurship and the opportunities for it. It will cover different forms of global entrepreneurship, influences of macro forces and factors for global entrepreneurs consideration. The course will offer a structured approach to thinking and creating entrepreneurship beyond domestic markets and operations. It will present entrepreneurship framework, case studies, group projects and connections with global entrepreneurs to understand real-life global entrepreneurship.

Pre/Co-Requisites: MBA, MSITE, MBA Foundation Core

64.680 Capstone I - New Venture Planning Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35581
Status Active

Capstone I-New Venture Planning (64.680) and Capstone II-New venture Implementation (64.681) focus on technology commercialization, business planning and initial incubation of an early-stage business by project teams, and the development of an investment proposal to launch a new business. In Capstone I students will be exploring, identifying and analyzing the path �from Idea to Market� for technology and research projects. They will evaluate selected technology and research projects for commercial applications and explore different options available to productize and introduce these projects to market. Where appropriate, teams will complete a new venture business plan and launch a new business (Capstone II). These two courses together will comprise the M.S.I.T.E program Capstone experience and will require students to actually develop these commercialization projects. Each student team will be assigned to a faculty member(s) who will instruct and guide them throughout this process. In addition to M.S.I. T. E. students, Capstone I may be taken by M.B.A. students as an elective and students in the New Venture Certificate program.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

64.680 Practicum I - New Venture Planning Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35581
Status Active

The first of two practicum courses focusing on technology commercialization, business planning and initial incubation of an early-stage business; and development of an investment proposal to launch a new business. Student teams will be working hands-on to explore, identify and analyze the path "from Idea to Market" for technology and research projects. They will evaluate selected technology and research projects for commercial applications; explore different options available to productize & introduce products to market; complete a new venture business plan where appropriate; and potentially launch or participate in launching a new business. Practicum I and II will be offered as continuous courses over two consecutive semesters. Each student team will be assigned to a faculty member who will guide them throughout the practicum experience.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

64.680 Practicum I - New Venture Planning Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35581
Status Active

The first of two practicum courses focusing on technology commercialization, business planning and initial incubation of an early-stage business; and development of an investment proposal to launch a new business. Student teams will be working hands-on to explore, identify and analyze the path "from Idea to Market" for technology and research projects. They will evaluate selected technology and research projects for commercial applications; explore different options available to productize & introduce products to market; complete a new venture business plan where appropriate; and potentially launch or participate in launching a new business. Practicum I and II will be offered as continuous courses over two consecutive semesters. Each student team will be assigned to a faculty member who will guide them throughout the practicum experience.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

64.681 Capstone II - New Venture Implementation Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35582
Status Active

Capstone I-New Venture Planning (64.680) and Capstone II-New Venture Implementation (64.681) focus on technology commercialization, business planning and initial incubation of an early-stage business by project teams, and the development of an investment proposal to launch a new business. In Capstone I students will be exploring, identifying and analyzing the path �from Idea to Market� for technology and research projects. They will evaluate selected technology and research projects for commercial applications and explore different options available to productize and introduce these projects to market. Where appropriate, teams will complete a new venture business plan and launch a new business (Capstone II). These two courses together will comprise the M.S.I.T.E program Capstone experience and will require students to actually develop these commercialization projects. Each student team will be assigned to a faculty member(s) who will instruct and guide them throughout this process. Capstone II may only be taken by students in the M.S.I.T.E. program.

Pre/Co-Requisites: MSITE program OR permission of Graduate Coordinators.

64.681 Practicum II - New Venture Implementation Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35582
Status Active

The second of two practicum courses focusing on technology commercialization, business planning and initial incubation of an early-stage business; and development of an investment proposal to launch a new business. Students will be working hands-on to explore, identify and analyze the path "from Idea to Market" for technology and research projects. They will evaluate selected technology and research projects. They will evaluate selected technology and research projects for commercial applications; explore different options available to productize & introduce products to market; complete a new venture business plan where appropriate; and potentially launch or participate in launching a new business. Practicum I and II will be offered as continuous courses over two consecutive semesters. Each student team will be assigned to a faculty who will guide them throughout the practicum experience.

Pre/Co-Requisites: MSITE program OR permission of Graduate Coordinators.

64.681 Practicum II - New Venture Implementation Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35582
Status Active

The second of two practicum courses focusing on technology commercialization, business planning and initial incubation of an early-stage business; and development of an investment proposal to launch a new business. Students will be working hands-on to explore, identify and analyze the path "from Idea to Market" for technology and research projects. They will evaluate selected technology and research projects. They will evaluate selected technology and research projects for commercial applications; explore different options available to productize & introduce products to market; complete a new venture business plan where appropriate; and potentially launch or participate in launching a new business. Practicum I and II will be offered as continuous courses over two consecutive semesters. Each student team will be assigned to a faculty who will guide them throughout the practicum experience.

Pre/Co-Requisites: MSITE program OR permission of Graduate Coordinators.

64.688 Current Topics in Entrepreneurship Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35586
Status Active

Topics of current interest in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology Management. Subject matter to be announced in advance.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students, MBA Foundation Core, MSITE program, or PSM sub-plan, or permission of Grad Prog Coordinator

64.688 Current Topics in Entrepreneurship Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35586
Status Active

Topics of current interest in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology Management. Subject matter to be announced in advance.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students, MBA Foundation Core, MSITE program, or PSM sub-plan, or permission of Grad Prog Coordinator

64.699 Independent Study Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6584
Status Active

64.699 Independent Study Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6584
Status Active

64.740 Technology Commercialization Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36952
Status Active

The course examines extant literature on bringing technology from concept to commercialization. It will draw from various streams of literature including but not limited to invention, product development, technical and market feasibility analysis, intellectual property acquisition, business planning, and venture funding. We will also examine research that focuses on the vehicles for innovation, such as incubators, university - private partnerships, innovation clusters, open innovation.

64.740 Technology Commercialization Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36952
Status Active

The course examines extant literature on bringing technology from concept to commercialization. It will draw from various streams of literature including but not limited to invention, product development, technical and market feasibility analysis, intellectual property acquisition, business planning, and venture funding. We will also examine research that focuses on the vehicles for innovation, such as incubators, university - private partnerships, innovation clusters, open innovation.

64.741 Corporate Entrepreneurship Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36953
Status Active

The course investigates the extant literature on innovation within the confines of an established organization. Corporate entrepreneurship is concerned with firm level entrepreneurship, specifically the notion of strategic renewal. Specific attention will be paid to underlying theoretical constructs associated with innovation, such as risk, culture, top management disposition, as well as their affect on organizational performance.

64.741 Corporate Entrepreneurship Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36953
Status Active

The course investigates the extant literature on innovation within the confines of an established organization. Corporate entrepreneurship is concerned with firm level entrepreneurship, specifically the notion of strategic renewal. Specific attention will be paid to underlying theoretical constructs associated with innovation, such as risk, culture, top management disposition, as well as their affect on organizational performance.

64.742 Independent Study Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36954
Status Active

Students will be expected to establish a relationship with a faculty member and develop and submit a paper to a top academic conference within their first two years.

64.742 Independent Study Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36954
Status Active

Students will be expected to establish a relationship with a faculty member and develop and submit a paper to a top academic conference within their first two years.

64.901 Research Seminar: Industrial Competition Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6592
Status Active

64.901 Research Seminar: Industrial Competition Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6592
Status Active

65.612 Dynamics: Competition And Cooperation Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6604
Status Active

65.612 Dynamics: Competition And Cooperation Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6604
Status Active

66.501 Organizational Behavior Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6680
Status Active

Introduces students to management and organizational behavior. Its general purpose is to study and understand the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations. It is directed toward behavioral action components and emphasizes the close relationship between the study of organizational behavior and the practice of management. Pre-requisites: MBA or Certificate Programs, or Permission of MBA Director.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Any MBA student (coded as Day or Professional) or Foundations of Business (MGFB) or Doctor of Engineering or PSM can enroll or Permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.501 Organizational Behavior Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6680
Status Active

Introduces students to management and organizational behavior. Its general purpose is to study and understand the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations. It is directed toward behavioral action components and emphasizes the close relationship between the study of organizational behavior and the practice of management. Pre-requisites: MBA or Certificate Programs, or Permission of MBA Director.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: MBA, Business Certificate, Doctor of Engineering programs, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.504 Curricular Practical Training Credits: 1

Course Details
Min Credits 1
Max Credits 1
Course ID 37811
Status Active

An internship, practicum or other type of employment that is either required by the student's academic program or an experience for which a student receives academic credit. To be eligible the student must be in legal F-1 status and have been enrolled full-time for one academic year. CPT work experience must be in the student's field of study and contain a curricular component. Contact the Manning School of Business Graduate Programs office for additional details.

66.504 Curricular Practical Training Credits: 1

Course Details
Min Credits 1
Max Credits 1
Course ID 37811
Status Active

An internship, practicum or other type of employment that is either required by the student's academic program or an experience for which a student receives academic credit. To be eligible the student must be in legal F-1 status and have been enrolled full-time for one academic year. CPT work experience must be in the student's field of study and contain a curricular component. Contact the Manning School of Business Graduate Programs office for additional details.

66.511 Global Enterprise and Competition Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6682
Status Active

To be taken as last course in foundation core. Is an integrated investigation of global competitive issues to help students understand the processes of organization and technological innovation which permit businesses to achieve competitive advantages in a global environment. This course also deals with the nature and techniques of industry analysis necessary to the formulation of effective global strategy for the firm.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, and MBA or MGFB Certificate or PSM or Doctor of Engineering majors or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.511 Global Enterprise and Competition Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 6682
Status Active

To be taken as last course in foundation core. Is an integrated investigation of global competitive issues to help students understand the processes of organization and technological innovation which permit businesses to achieve competitive advantages in a global environment. This course also deals with the nature and techniques of industry analysis necessary to the formulation of effective global strategy for the firm.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: MBA, Business Certificate, Doctor of Engineering programs, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.601 Managing Organizational Change Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6686
Status Active

Examines how business enterprises are designed, managed and changed to operate efficiently and perform effectively within their competitive environments. It critically examines organizations that vary in terms of such characteristics as size, complexity, goals, and technology as they operate under different circumstances and at various stages of their life cycles. The role and impact of individual managers receive particular attention.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.501 and 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator or MSA students.

66.601 Managing Organizational Change Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6686
Status Active

Examines how business enterprises are designed, managed and changed to operate efficiently and perform effectively within their competitive environments. It critically examines organizations that vary in terms of such characteristics as size, complexity, goals, and technology as they operate under different circumstances and at various stages of their life cycles. The role and impact of individual managers receive particular attention.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511.

66.607 Independent Study in MIS Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6689
Status Active

66.607 Independent Study in MIS Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6689
Status Active

66.625 Negotiations Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6716
Status Active

Pre-Requisite: MBA Foundation Core.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.630 New Product Development Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35583
Status Active

This course will enable students to understand the complexities involved in new innovation and technology-based product development. Through examples and exercises, students will be exposed to such topics as creative problem solving, customers/suppliers/partners involvements and inputs processes, integration among all functions, building and managing cross functional teams, rapid prototyping and development, creating a learning organization and measurements.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

66.630 New Product Development Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35583
Status Active

This course will enable students to understand the complexities involved in new innovation and technology-based product development. Through examples and exercises, students will be exposed to such topics as creative problem solving, customers/suppliers/partners involvements and inputs processes, integration among all functions, building and managing cross functional teams, rapid prototyping and development, creating a learning organization and measurements.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

66.635 Project Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35584
Status Active

This course will focus on managing innovation and technology projects and the critical role that a project manager plays in successful execution. Topics included in the course are: project planning, deliverables, managing quality, change management, documentation, communication, risks management, project team and human resource management approaches and creating and managing expectations.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

66.635 Project Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35584
Status Active

This course will focus on managing innovation and technology projects and the critical role that a project manager plays in successful execution. Topics included in the course are: project planning, deliverables, managing quality, change management, documentation, communication, risks management, project team and human resource management approaches and creating and managing expectations.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

66.640 Building and Managing Teams Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35585
Status Active

One critical determinant of success in an on-going corporate venture or launch of a new product, service or company is the performance of teams. This course examines the key roles of leader and follower in the development of project teams in both start startups and existing companies. It will address issues relating to team composition, team member capabilities, and team dynamics as teams develop and change over time. Emphasis is placed on acquiring the interpersonal, communication and collaboration skills necessary for effective team performance.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

66.640 Building and Managing Teams Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35585
Status Active

One critical determinant of success in an on-going corporate venture or launch of a new product, service or company is the performance of teams. This course examines the key roles of leader and follower in the development of project teams in both start startups and existing companies. It will address issues relating to team composition, team member capabilities, and team dynamics as teams develop and change over time. Emphasis is placed on acquiring the interpersonal, communication and collaboration skills necessary for effective team performance.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated professional MBA students who completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501,66.511 OR MSITE major OR New Venture Certificate OR PSM major OR MSA major OR permission of graduate program coordinator.

66.645 Advanced Professional Communication Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35731
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students, MBA Foundation Core, MSITE program, or PSM sub-plan, or permission of Grad Prog Coordinator

66.645 Advanced Professional Communication Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35731
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students, MBA Foundation Core, MSITE program, or PSM sub-plan, or permission of Grad Prog Coordinator

66.652 Human Resources Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6696
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: MBA, MSITE, MBA Foundation Core

66.652 Human Resources Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6696
Status Active

Pre/Co-Requisites: MBA, MSITE, MBA Foundation Core

66.655 Mid-Management Skills for the New Business Environment Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35730
Status Active

This reading and discussion course for advanced MBA students explores the new skill and performance requirements imposed on middle managers by globalization and technology. Particular attention is given to emerging organizational forms that expand the emphasis on such things as individual free agency, the creation and synthesis of innovations, internal entrepreneurship, influence without authority and the coordination of activities over remote work sites.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.655 Mid-Management Skills for the New Business Environment Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 35730
Status Active

This reading and discussion course for advanced MBA students explores the new skill and performance requirements imposed on middle managers by globalization and technology. Particular attention is given to emerging organizational forms that expand the emphasis on such things as individual free agency, the creation and synthesis of innovations, internal entrepreneurship, influence without authority and the coordination of activities over remote work sites.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.677 Independent Study: Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6702
Status Active

Prerequisite: MBA Foundation Core and 66.601, or permission of MBA Coordinator

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 66.601Managing Org Design & Change and MBA Foundation Core, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.677 Independent Study: Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6702
Status Active

Prerequisite: MBA Foundation Core and 66.601, or permission of MBA Coordinator

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 66.601Managing Org Design & Change and MBA Foundation Core, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.688 Current Topics in Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6703
Status Active

Topics of current interest in Management. Subject matter to be announced in advance. For a current semester course title, please log onto ISIS, the Inter-Campus Student Information System.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Matriculated MBA Manning Professionals who have completed 60.501,61.501,62.501,63.501,66.501 and 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator or MSA students.

66.688 Current Topics in Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6703
Status Active

Topics of current interest in Management. Subject matter to be announced in advance. For a current semester course title, please log onto ISIS, the Inter-Campus Student Information System.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students, MBA Foundation Core, or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.691 Strategy Formation and Implementation Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6705
Status Active

Reviews strategies for positioning a firm within its competitive environment. Fundamental concepts in strategic management; role of the CEO, levels and components of strategy, competitive analysis, and formulation and implementation of strategy are explored. Pre-Requisite: MBA Advanced Core.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Reqs: Matriculated MBA students; 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511, 60.601, 61.601, 62.601, 63.601, 63.671 and 66.601; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.691 Strategy Formation and Implementation Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6705
Status Active

Reviews strategies for positioning a firm within its competitive environment. Fundamental concepts in strategic management; role of the CEO, levels and components of strategy, competitive analysis, and formulation and implementation of strategy are explored. Pre-Requisite: MBA Advanced Core.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511.

66.715 Managing Quality In Comp Or Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6712
Status Active

66.715 Managing Quality In Comp Or Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6712
Status Active

66.725 Negotiations Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6716
Status Active

Pre-Requisite: MBA Foundation Core.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.725 Negotiations Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 6716
Status Active

Pre-Requisite: MBA Foundation Core.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: Matriculated MBA students with completed MBA Foundation Core; or permission of MBA Coordinator.

66.728 Organization Theory Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37044
Status Active

This course is a basic survey of theory and research on macro-organizational issues. It examines organization design, relations between organizations and environments, and inter-organizational relationships. The emphasis is on the behavior of organizations as systems and on their linkages to the larger context within which they operate. The course examines such topics as: organizations as open systems, as institutions, as elements in ecological systems and other perspectives that address organizations and their dynamics.

66.728 Organization Theory Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37044
Status Active

This course is a basic survey of theory and research on macro-organizational issues. It examines organization design, relations between organizations and environments, and inter-organizational relationships. The emphasis is on the behavior of organizations as systems and on their linkages to the larger context within which they operate. The course examines such topics as: organizations as open systems, as institutions, as elements in ecological systems and other perspectives that address organizations and their dynamics.

66.730 Research Design I Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36925
Status Active

Seminar will address study design, including but not limited to methods, hypothesis development and testing, reliability, and validity.

66.730 Research Design Methods I Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36925
Status Active

Seminar will address study design, including but not limited to methods, hypothesis development and testing, reliability, and validity.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Doctoral Student in good standing or with Instructor's Permission.

66.730 Research Design Methods I Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36925
Status Active

Seminar will address study design, including but not limited to methods, hypothesis development and testing, reliability, and validity.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Doctoral Student in good standing or with Instructor's Permission.

66.733 Research Design Methods II Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36926
Status Active

Expanding beyond Research Design Methods I Student will begin the design of a research project which considers the range of research methodologies and the implications of their use.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Doctoral Student in good standing or with Instructor's Permission.

66.733 Research Design Methods II Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36926
Status Active

Expanding beyond Research Design Methods I Student will begin the design of a research project which considers the range of research methodologies and the implications of their use.

66.734 Qualitative Research Methods Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36930
Status Active

The purpose of this course is to introduce doctoral students to the field of qualitative research, in order to prepare them to undertake independent research using this methodology. Students in this course will learn about the historical and theoretical foundations of this methodology and principles for research design in qualitative research; and gain skill in multiple data collection techniques. Significant attention will be given to issues of analysis and interpretation.

66.734 Qualitative Research Methods Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36930
Status Active

The purpose of this course is to introduce doctoral students to the field of qualitative research, in order to prepare them to undertake independent research using this methodology. Students in this course will learn about the historical and theoretical foundations of this methodology and principles for research design in qualitative research; and gain skill in multiple data collection techniques. Significant attention will be given to issues of analysis and interpretation.

66.735 Managerial Research Seminar Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36932
Status Active

The course will involve an ongoing monthly presentation from across scholarly disciplines. Speakers will be drawn from local, national, and international universities. Attendance will be mandatory; PhD students should gain an appreciation for high level scholarship.

66.735 Managerial Research Seminar Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36932
Status Active

The course will involve an ongoing monthly presentation from across scholarly disciplines. Speakers will be drawn from local, national, and international universities. Attendance will be mandatory; PhD students should gain an appreciation for high level scholarship.

66.740 Leadership Theory & Principles Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36955
Status Active

This course will help students develop a strong understanding of the theoretical lineage of leadership, from great man theory and trait theory up until more recent dynamic leadership theories. In addition to an understanding of the historical theoretical development, students will also gain an appreciation of current knowledge concerning leadership.

66.740 Leadership Theory & Principles Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36955
Status Active

This course will help students develop a strong understanding of the theoretical lineage of leadership, from great man theory and trait theory up until more recent dynamic leadership theories. In addition to an understanding of the historical theoretical development, students will also gain an appreciation of current knowledge concerning leadership.

66.741 Leadership & Decision Making Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36963
Status Active

This course will examine the manner and nature in which leaders make decisions, specifically decisions as it relates to the larger organization. The course will draw from a diverse spectrum of organizational theories, such as economics, behavioral economics, and psychology. Additionally, we will examine the manner which heuristics, bias and perception influence otherwise rationale decisions. The course will also examine decision making dynamics within the confines of senior leadership teams.

66.741 Leadership & Decision Making Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36963
Status Active

This course will examine the manner and nature in which leaders make decisions, specifically decisions as it relates to the larger organization. The course will draw from a diverse spectrum of organizational theories, such as economics, behavioral economics, and psychology. Additionally, we will examine the manner which heuristics, bias and perception influence otherwise rationale decisions. The course will also examine decision making dynamics within the confines of senior leadership teams.

66.742 Leadership & Change Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36965
Status Active

The course will focus on research that examines leaders within the context of organizations that are undergoing significant change and restructuring initiatives. Specific attention will be paid to the moderating role of leadership on change and organizational outcome. Numerous research streams will be examined including but not limited to leaders ability to interpret shifts in the environment, leaders role in various phases of the change process, the role of leaders in addressing culture within change efforts, and leaders' ability to manage continuous change and strategic renewal.

66.742 Leadership & Change Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36965
Status Active

The course will focus on research that examines leaders within the context of organizations that are undergoing significant change and restructuring initiatives. Specific attention will be paid to the moderating role of leadership on change and organizational outcome. Numerous research streams will be examined including but not limited to leaders ability to interpret shifts in the environment, leaders role in various phases of the change process, the role of leaders in addressing culture within change efforts, and leaders' ability to manage continuous change and strategic renewal.

66.743 Leadership & Ethics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36966
Status Active

This course will focus on ethics as it pertains to organizational leaders. Theoretical principles underlying business ethics, specifically as it related to organizational leaders will be addressed, such as the role leaders play in establishing ethics within the organization, the manner in which ethics impacts top management team decision making, and ethical culture.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Students with a CSCE or UGRD career need permission to take Graduate Level Courses.

66.743 Leadership & Ethics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36966
Status Active

This course will focus on ethics as it pertains to organizational leaders. Theoretical principles underlying business ethics, specifically as it related to organizational leaders will be addressed, such as the role leaders play in establishing ethics within the organization, the manner in which ethics impacts top management team decision making, and ethical culture.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Students with a CSCE or UGRD career need permission to take Graduate Level Courses.

66.744 Independent Study Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36968
Status Active

Students will be expected to establish a relationship with a faculty member and develop and submit a paper to a top academic conference within their first two years.

66.744 Independent Study Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36968
Status Active

Students will be expected to establish a relationship with a faculty member and develop and submit a paper to a top academic conference within their first two years.

66.750 Macro, Industry, & Competitive Dynamics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36950
Status Active

The course focuses on the broader industry dynamics associated with the manner and nature that technology industries evolve. Focus will put on macro level theoretical explanations for industry development, such as creative destruction, the s-curve, and industry structure. Additional topics may include first mover advantages and innovation, dynamic capabilities and knowledge-based theories of competence, strategic groups, competitor analysis and inter-firm rivalry, entry and exit strategies within an industry, strategic flexibility, and cooperative strategy including strategic networks, alliances and joint ventures.

66.750 Macro, Industry, & Competitive Dynamics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36950
Status Active

The course focuses on the broader industry dynamics associated with the manner and nature that technology industries evolve. Focus will put on macro level theoretical explanations for industry development, such as creative destruction, the s-curve, and industry structure. Additional topics may include first mover advantages and innovation, dynamic capabilities and knowledge-based theories of competence, strategic groups, competitor analysis and inter-firm rivalry, entry and exit strategies within an industry, strategic flexibility, and cooperative strategy including strategic networks, alliances and joint ventures.

66.751 Public & Business Policy Practicum Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36951
Status Active

Examines the larger context of technology, specifically the role that government policy plays in stimulating technology industry clusters. The course will focus on public policy, public economics, and drivers for government support Specific attention will be paid to research that examines national and regional competitiveness, as it related to role of state and federal government. The class will address comparative policies with other developing economics, such as China and India. Significant emphasis will be placed of the competitiveness of the U.S. technology industries, such as pharmaceuticals, information technology, etc. Students will be expected to put forth original research that addresses current public and business policy concerns, such as whether or not the United States is in decline? Such introspection is not only meant to be provocative, but relevant to the current discussion going on in business policy and public policy circles.

66.751 Public & Business Policy Practicum Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36951
Status Active

Examines the larger context of technology, specifically the role that government policy plays in stimulating technology industry clusters. The course will focus on public policy, public economics, and drivers for government support Specific attention will be paid to research that examines national and regional competitiveness, as it related to role of state and federal government. The class will address comparative policies with other developing economics, such as China and India. Significant emphasis will be placed of the competitiveness of the U.S. technology industries, such as pharmaceuticals, information technology, etc. Students will be expected to put forth original research that addresses current public and business policy concerns, such as whether or not the United States is in decline? Such introspection is not only meant to be provocative, but relevant to the current discussion going on in business policy and public policy circles.

66.760 International Business Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36969
Status Active

The aim of the doctoral seminar is to help students develop an advanced understanding of the evolution of international business theories and the present state of international business literature. It introduces a variety of economic and management theories as well as their relevance and application in the field of international business, including models of international trade, product cycle model, competitive advantage model, eclectic paradigm, etc... The course also discusses selected research topics on international trade, international production, and multinational enterprise practices with emphasis on theoretic contributions to international business study.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 66.511 Global Enterprise and Competition

66.760 International Business Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36969
Status Active

The aim of the doctoral seminar is to help students develop an advanced understanding of the evolution of international business theories and the present state of international business literature. It introduces a variety of economic and management theories as well as their relevance and application in the field of international business, including models of international trade, product cycle model, competitive advantage model, eclectic paradigm, etc... The course also discusses selected research topics on international trade, international production, and multinational enterprise practices with emphasis on theoretic contributions to international business study.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-Req: 66.511 Global Enterprise and Competition

66.761 International Management Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36972
Status Active

This seminar provides an in-dept review of the evolution of the multinational enterprise and the theoretical and empirical literature on international management research. In introduces multiple theoretical lenses through which multinational enterprise management practices can be studied, including international economics, organizational behavior, strategic management, organizational theory, and public policy. The topics include culture, global corporate strategy, cross-cultural communication and negotiation, corporate governance and organizational form cross-nationally and international human resource management issues. It emphases on developing a critical understanding of theory, concept development, research design and research results within the field of international management.

66.761 International Management Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36972
Status Active

This seminar provides an in-dept review of the evolution of the multinational enterprise and the theoretical and empirical literature on international management research. In introduces multiple theoretical lenses through which multinational enterprise management practices can be studied, including international economics, organizational behavior, strategic management, organizational theory, and public policy. The topics include culture, global corporate strategy, cross-cultural communication and negotiation, corporate governance and organizational form cross-nationally and international human resource management issues. It emphases on developing a critical understanding of theory, concept development, research design and research results within the field of international management.

66.762 International Business Research Methods Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36973
Status Active

The course is designed to provide students with an overview of methodologies (specifically multivariate data analysis) used in international business research. In the process, students will also tackle methods in international business research and what it takes to write a high-impact international business article.

66.762 International Business Research Methods Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36973
Status Active

The course is designed to provide students with an overview of methodologies (specifically multivariate data analysis) used in international business research. In the process, students will also tackle methods in international business research and what it takes to write a high-impact international business article.

66.782 Business Policy & Strategy Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36984
Status Active

This course will focus on the various schools of thought for explaining firm performance variance, specifically industry structure, competitive advantage, and competitive position.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511 or permission of MBA coordinator.

66.782 Business Policy & Strategy Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36984
Status Active

This course will focus on the various schools of thought for explaining firm performance variance, specifically industry structure, competitive advantage, and competitive position.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: MBA Foundation Core completed 60.501, 61.501, 62.501, 63.501, 66.501, 66.511.

66.784 Country/regional Studies Seminar Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36992
Status Active

This class would primarily be an onsite placement in a country/region worked out between the student and their advising committee. Prior to the onsite placement, student would go through an in-depth review of issues related to the overseas placement: economic, technical, financial, management, political, legal, organizational formalities and issues. Of particular importance would be a demonstration of language skills necessary to work successfully in the specific area of the world.

66.784 Country/regional Studies Seminar Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36992
Status Active

This class would primarily be an onsite placement in a country/region worked out between the student and their advising committee. Prior to the onsite placement, student would go through an in-depth review of issues related to the overseas placement: economic, technical, financial, management, political, legal, organizational formalities and issues. Of particular importance would be a demonstration of language skills necessary to work successfully in the specific area of the world.

MB.507 Pre Req Statistics 49.211 Credits: 0

Course Details
Min Credits 0
Max Credits 0
Course ID 32543
Status Active

Pre Req Statistics 49.211

MB.507 Pre Req Statistics 49.211 Credits: 0

Course Details
Min Credits 0
Max Credits 0
Course ID 32543
Status Active

Pre Req Statistics 49.211