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MGT 103 Introduction Small Business Management (3 credits)
Environment and management of the small business enterprise, problems in initiating the business, financial and administrative control, marketing programs and policies, management of business operations, legal and governmental relationships.

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MGT 201 Principles of Management (3 credits)
Fundamentals and principles of management, administrative policies, objectives and procedures, and problem of organization and leadership.

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MGT 283 Introduction Human Resource Management (3 credits)
Duties and responsibilities of personnel management. Areas covered include employee needs, human relationships, orienting and training employees, benefit programs, and economics of supervision. (Formerly MGT 283, Personnel Administration)

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MGT 310 Foundations of Management Theory and Practice (3 credits)
Develops the students' theoretical foundation for further study in any field involving management. Explores historical thought and the management functions of planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. Provides a practical analysis of leadership, communications, and motivation techniques. Concludes with an exploration of current management challenges and trends.

Prerequisite: Must have sophomore standing or higher.

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MGT 323 Organizational and Interpersonal Behavior (3 credits)
A study of the interpersonal relations between individuals and groups in an organizational setting. Topics include leadership styles and techniques, organizational design, communication, decision making, motivation, perception, group behavior, and coping with stress.

Prerequisite: Must have completed MGT 310.

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MGT 330 Business and Technology (3 credits)
This course will cover the relationship between advances in technology and the creation of wealth from the new business opportunities that result from technical innovations. It will cover the basic principles from a historical perspective and then require students to apply those principles to emerging technological innovations. Emphasis will be of the acceleration of technological innovations resulting market place competition in their application to the satisfaction of economic needs.

Prerequisite: Must have completed MGT 310.

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MGT 367 Human Resource Management (3 credits)
Analysis of the personnel policies of business enterprises. Areas of study include recruitment, selection, placement, training, promotion, morale, employee services, compensation, labor relations, and organization and function of human resource departments.

Prerequisite: Must have completed MGT 310.

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MGT 430 Management Technology Leadership (3 credits)
This course will teach the basic principles and techniques of identifying and adopting technological advances that have the potential to provide organizations with sustained competitive advantage. The leadership role of managers in being champions of change will be emphasized. Topics covered will include scanning the technological environment, technological forecasting, adoption of innovations and practicing technological leadership by integrating those innovations into the organization's operations, goods and services.

Prerequisite: Must have completed MGT 310.

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MGT 441 Operational Quality Control and Problem Solving (3 credits)
Operational quality control and problem solving in the workplace.

Prerequisite: Must have completed MATH 181 or STAT 152.

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MGT 487 Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
A comprehensive study of the process of judiciously combining the various factors of production in meeting the needs of consumers in creative and profitable ways. Topics include characteristics of successful managers, starting a new enterprise, forming an entrepreneurial team, venture capital sources, and formulation of a business plan.

Prerequisite: Must have completed MGT 310.

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