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Courses at the 400-level

MGT 423: Compensation and Benefits Administration

The process of designing and managing a cost-effective, equitable, and legally acceptable total compensation package is examined. Topics include economic, social, and legal determinants of base pay; and incentives and benefits.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MGT 320
MGT 424: Employee Relations and Performance Appraisal

Employee relations in union and nonunion organizations are examined. Topics include performance appraisal systems for nonunion environments, and laws, elections, and contract administration for union environments.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MGT 320
MGT 425: Recruitment and Selection

Concepts and methods involved in designing and managing the recruitment and selection functions of management are examined. (Formerly Selection, Training, and Development.)
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MGT 320
MGT 428: Human Resource Development

The concepts, programs, and practices that organizations use to train and develop its members are examined. Topics include learning, needs assessment, program design and implementation, evaluation, skills training, and coaching.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MGT 320
MGT 455: Strategic Operations Management

Emphasis is on the strategic integration of operations across functional areas to achieve sustainable competitive advantage in manufacturing and service organizations.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MGT 301
  • MGT 348
MGT 461: Seminar in Strategic Management

Focus is on the formulation and implementation of organizational strategies and policies. The case method is used in integrating material from other management and economics courses. (Formerly Seminar in Managerial Policy.)
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • completion of at least 102 college credits
  • ACCT 201
  • MATH 238
  • MATH 177
  • FIN 301
  • MKT 301
  • MGT 348
  • MGT 341
  • MGT 301
  • MGT 249
  • CIS 352
  • CIS 251
  • ECON 215
  • ECON 214
  • ACCT 202
  • MATH 248
MGT 467: Directed Internship

Students are assigned to a business or nonprofit organization and earn three credits for topical course work, a two-hour biweekly seminar, and 120 hours of organization work, supervised by a mentor. Graded S, U.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • a major or minor in a School of Management program
  • MGT 301
  • completion of at least 60 college credits
  • consent of internship director and appropriate faculty member
MGT 490: Directed Study

The student selects a topic and undertakes concentrated research under the supervision of a faculty advisor.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Consent of department chair
MKT 462: Strategic Marketing Management

This capstone course integrates the marketing functions of product, price, channels, and promotion with the concepts of strategic planning. Emphasis is on the relevance of this integration to marketing.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MKT 301
  • MKT 329
  • MKT 333
  • MKT 334
  • One additional 300-level marketing course
MKT 467: Directed Internship

Students are assigned to a business or nonprofit organization and earn three credits for topical course work, a two-hour biweekly seminar, and 120 hours of organization work, supervised by a mentor.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • MKT 301, completion of at least 60 college credits, a major or minor in a School of Management program, and consent of internship director and appropriate faculty member

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