MGT-304 Communicating in Organizations (3 credits)
The course deals with the relation of interpersonal communication to communications strategies in organizations. Students analyze communication networks and the relationship to group characteristics and productivity, leadership and conflict as they relate to communication in the organization.
MGT-305 Principles of Management (3 credits)
This course focuses on the nature and theory of management. It emphasizes the functional application of the basic principles of management to realistic business situations.
MGT-315 Financial Management (3 credits)
This course deals with financial statements and financial analysis of business firms, tax considerations, net present value and internal rate of return, budgeting, investments and cost of capital.
MGT-316 Pc & E-Commerce for Managers (3 credits)
The course introduces students to computerized business applications, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation software and e-commerce concepts. Students are given thorough hands-on familiarization of the personal computer and the completion of various business applications on the computer.
MGT-318 Information and Communication Tech Mgt (3 credits)
The course explores the role, meaning, background and theory of MIS in the organization and focuses on planning, implementation, effect and challenges of management information and communication technologies.
MGT-321 Entrepreneurship 1 (3 credits)
The course is a study of entrepreneurship in today’s small business or private practice environment. The student will be brought through the processes of starting and developing one’s own business or practice, from the original product or service concept through the birth and growth of the organization. The course will be presented in the context of applicable New York state law.
MGT-323 Entrepreneurship II (3 credits)
Using skills acquired in MGT 321, students develop a formal business plan which includes marketing, management, financial and operational components of a business.
MGT-350 Leadership (3 credits)
This course is an analysis of the discipline of leadership. It offers an overview of multiple leadership theories and research in relation to organizations. This course explores topics such as transformational theory, situational leadership, trait theory and major researcher and authors related to leadership
MGT-389 Special Topics in Management (3 credits)
This is a seminar course in a topic related to the field of management. At the time of offering, a subtitle will indicate the specific content of the course.
MGT-390 Special Topics in Management (3 credits)
This is a seminar course in a topic related to the field of management. At the time of offering, a subtitle will indicate the specific content of the course
MGT-401 Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
This course is a study of people as they behave in organizations, motivation, attitudes, personality patterns and their relation to behavior in business and other organizations.
MGT-407 Operations Management (3 credits)
The course is a study of decision making as a managerial function. It relates models of decision making to their effectiveness in changing situations. Emphasis is placed on the planning and control in the context of decision-making strategies.
MGT-411 International Business (3 credits)
This course focuses on the legal, economic, historical, sociological, political and philosophical concepts operative in multinational business.
MGT-412 Mgmt Strategy and Policy (3 credits)
This course is designed to demonstrate ways in which various functions and subsystems of the management process are related to and interact with each other.
MGT-435 Health Care Management (3 credits)
This course deals with working with staff, understanding dynamics of human behavior, goal setting and problem-solving techniques.
MGT-444 Internship (3-6 credits)
This course provides specially selected, highly motivated students with the opportunity for experience in their area of specialization prior to graduation.
MGT-445 Internship (1-6 credits)
Students receive on-the-job experience in an area of their specialty. Students work 20-35 hours per week for ten to 15 weeks, dependent on desired credit.