Schedule of Classes




2022 Fall: August 17 - December 20

Course Class No. Section Start & End Date Day Time Status Location
MGMT 610 Organizational Theory (3)
An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and design in the context of organizational efficiency and managerial roles. The objective is to analyze organizational theory concepts and the history of management thought and its relevance for managers today, evaluate how organizational structure and culture impact decision -making and workflow, analyze how systems thinking and external and internal factors affect contemporary organizational structure, and use organizational theory concepts to design strategic plans to meet organizational needs. Discussion covers essential concepts in organizational theory and design, including measures of effectiveness, organizational life cycles, options for organizational structure, the learning organization, effective decision making, and the manager¿s role in developing and maintaining the organizational structure. Topics include the appropriateness of organizational structures and design to meet the needs of the organization, organizational ethics and social responsibility, global issues, organizational effectiveness, and the challenges of managing in today's complex and rapidly changing environment.
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82771 9042 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Allison, Kyle P Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 610 Organizational Theory (3)
An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and design in the context of organizational efficiency and managerial roles. The objective is to analyze organizational theory concepts and the history of management thought and its relevance for managers today, evaluate how organizational structure and culture impact decision -making and workflow, analyze how systems thinking and external and internal factors affect contemporary organizational structure, and use organizational theory concepts to design strategic plans to meet organizational needs. Discussion covers essential concepts in organizational theory and design, including measures of effectiveness, organizational life cycles, options for organizational structure, the learning organization, effective decision making, and the manager¿s role in developing and maintaining the organizational structure. Topics include the appropriateness of organizational structures and design to meet the needs of the organization, organizational ethics and social responsibility, global issues, organizational effectiveness, and the challenges of managing in today's complex and rapidly changing environment.
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82782 9040 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Glasper, Kevin Lamont Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 610 Organizational Theory (3)
An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and design in the context of organizational efficiency and managerial roles. The objective is to analyze organizational theory concepts and the history of management thought and its relevance for managers today, evaluate how organizational structure and culture impact decision -making and workflow, analyze how systems thinking and external and internal factors affect contemporary organizational structure, and use organizational theory concepts to design strategic plans to meet organizational needs. Discussion covers essential concepts in organizational theory and design, including measures of effectiveness, organizational life cycles, options for organizational structure, the learning organization, effective decision making, and the manager¿s role in developing and maintaining the organizational structure. Topics include the appropriateness of organizational structures and design to meet the needs of the organization, organizational ethics and social responsibility, global issues, organizational effectiveness, and the challenges of managing in today's complex and rapidly changing environment.
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82783 9041 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Allison, Kyle P Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 610 Organizational Theory (3)
An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and design in the context of organizational efficiency and managerial roles. The objective is to analyze organizational theory concepts and the history of management thought and its relevance for managers today, evaluate how organizational structure and culture impact decision -making and workflow, analyze how systems thinking and external and internal factors affect contemporary organizational structure, and use organizational theory concepts to design strategic plans to meet organizational needs. Discussion covers essential concepts in organizational theory and design, including measures of effectiveness, organizational life cycles, options for organizational structure, the learning organization, effective decision making, and the manager¿s role in developing and maintaining the organizational structure. Topics include the appropriateness of organizational structures and design to meet the needs of the organization, organizational ethics and social responsibility, global issues, organizational effectiveness, and the challenges of managing in today's complex and rapidly changing environment.
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83046 9080 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: De Simone, Marc Anthony Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 610 Organizational Theory (3)
An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and design in the context of organizational efficiency and managerial roles. The objective is to analyze organizational theory concepts and the history of management thought and its relevance for managers today, evaluate how organizational structure and culture impact decision -making and workflow, analyze how systems thinking and external and internal factors affect contemporary organizational structure, and use organizational theory concepts to design strategic plans to meet organizational needs. Discussion covers essential concepts in organizational theory and design, including measures of effectiveness, organizational life cycles, options for organizational structure, the learning organization, effective decision making, and the manager¿s role in developing and maintaining the organizational structure. Topics include the appropriateness of organizational structures and design to meet the needs of the organization, organizational ethics and social responsibility, global issues, organizational effectiveness, and the challenges of managing in today's complex and rapidly changing environment.
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83050 9081 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Clark, Major L Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 615 Organizational Behavior (3)
A study of organizational culture and the management of individual and team behaviors that contribute to an organization¿s sustainability. The objective is to analyze the role of management in creating and sustaining an organizational culture that promotes the organization¿s purpose and vision and to apply the communication, management, and relationship-building skills crucial to the success of the manager within the workplace. Focus is on the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Topics include the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, organizational communication, and culture have on employee performance and commitment.
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82655 9040 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sapp, Edwin G Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 615 Organizational Behavior (3)
A study of organizational culture and the management of individual and team behaviors that contribute to an organization¿s sustainability. The objective is to analyze the role of management in creating and sustaining an organizational culture that promotes the organization¿s purpose and vision and to apply the communication, management, and relationship-building skills crucial to the success of the manager within the workplace. Focus is on the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Topics include the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, organizational communication, and culture have on employee performance and commitment.
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82656 9041 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: McMahon, Lois E Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 615 Organizational Behavior (3)
A study of organizational culture and the management of individual and team behaviors that contribute to an organization¿s sustainability. The objective is to analyze the role of management in creating and sustaining an organizational culture that promotes the organization¿s purpose and vision and to apply the communication, management, and relationship-building skills crucial to the success of the manager within the workplace. Focus is on the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Topics include the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, organizational communication, and culture have on employee performance and commitment.
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82657 9042 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Schlichtig, Lisa Renee Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 615 Organizational Behavior (3)
A study of organizational culture and the management of individual and team behaviors that contribute to an organization¿s sustainability. The objective is to analyze the role of management in creating and sustaining an organizational culture that promotes the organization¿s purpose and vision and to apply the communication, management, and relationship-building skills crucial to the success of the manager within the workplace. Focus is on the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Topics include the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, organizational communication, and culture have on employee performance and commitment.
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82658 9043 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Murensky, Catherine L Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 615 Organizational Behavior (3)
A study of organizational culture and the management of individual and team behaviors that contribute to an organization¿s sustainability. The objective is to analyze the role of management in creating and sustaining an organizational culture that promotes the organization¿s purpose and vision and to apply the communication, management, and relationship-building skills crucial to the success of the manager within the workplace. Focus is on the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Topics include the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, organizational communication, and culture have on employee performance and commitment.
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83025 9080 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Piazza, Joy A Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 615 Organizational Behavior (3)
A study of organizational culture and the management of individual and team behaviors that contribute to an organization¿s sustainability. The objective is to analyze the role of management in creating and sustaining an organizational culture that promotes the organization¿s purpose and vision and to apply the communication, management, and relationship-building skills crucial to the success of the manager within the workplace. Focus is on the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Topics include the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, organizational communication, and culture have on employee performance and commitment.
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83026 9081 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sapp, Edwin G Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 615 Organizational Behavior (3)
A study of organizational culture and the management of individual and team behaviors that contribute to an organization¿s sustainability. The objective is to analyze the role of management in creating and sustaining an organizational culture that promotes the organization¿s purpose and vision and to apply the communication, management, and relationship-building skills crucial to the success of the manager within the workplace. Focus is on the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Topics include the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, organizational communication, and culture have on employee performance and commitment.
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83027 9082 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Penn, Vanita R Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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82659 9040 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Hudspeth, Elham S Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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82660 9041 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Kelley, Todd D Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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82665 9042 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Goldstein, Jerry M Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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82935 9043 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Nayak, Akila Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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82938 9044 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Levine, Jerald E Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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82940 9045 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Lastimado, Benedict Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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83031 9080 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Finkner, Ann D Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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83032 9081 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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83032 9081 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sharp, Warren G Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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83034 9082 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Simpson, Mark Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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83035 9083 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Simmons, Brandon D Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
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83087 9084 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Matthews, Wayne A Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 630 Organizational Theory and Behavior (6)
(Not open to students who have completed MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.) An overview of the fundamental concepts of organizational theory and behavior. The goal is to evaluate management theories relevant to a manager¿s role, design organizational structure to maximize decision making, and recognize the significance of systems thinking to the contemporary organization. Topics include the human skills that are relevant to the success of the manager within the workplace. Discussion covers the impact that individual characteristics, team dynamics, communication, and organizational culture have on developing effective and committed employee performance. Students who receive credit for MGMT 630 may not receive credit for MGMT 610 or MGMT 615.
84995 1121 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 T 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Rothschild, Sarah Bldg/Room: Susquehanna Hall 1103 Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 640 Financial Decision Making for Managers (3)
An exploration of contemporary managerial practices related to financial decision making in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations. Emphasis is on fundamental concepts of financial accounting and economics, including opportunity cost, the time value of money, and financial analysis. The objective is to apply financial and nonfinancial information to a wide range of management decisions, from product pricing and budgeting to project analysis and performance measurement. Topics include decision-making tools such as break-even analysis, activity-based costing procedures, and discounted cash flow techniques. Activities require extensive use of Microsoft Excel.
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82654 9043 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Schmitt, Alexa Ann Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 640 Financial Decision Making for Managers (3)
An exploration of contemporary managerial practices related to financial decision making in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations. Emphasis is on fundamental concepts of financial accounting and economics, including opportunity cost, the time value of money, and financial analysis. The objective is to apply financial and nonfinancial information to a wide range of management decisions, from product pricing and budgeting to project analysis and performance measurement. Topics include decision-making tools such as break-even analysis, activity-based costing procedures, and discounted cash flow techniques. Activities require extensive use of Microsoft Excel.
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82661 9044 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Darko, George Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 640 Financial Decision Making for Managers (3)
An exploration of contemporary managerial practices related to financial decision making in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations. Emphasis is on fundamental concepts of financial accounting and economics, including opportunity cost, the time value of money, and financial analysis. The objective is to apply financial and nonfinancial information to a wide range of management decisions, from product pricing and budgeting to project analysis and performance measurement. Topics include decision-making tools such as break-even analysis, activity-based costing procedures, and discounted cash flow techniques. Activities require extensive use of Microsoft Excel.
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82662 9042 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Schmitt, Alexa Ann Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 640 Financial Decision Making for Managers (3)
An exploration of contemporary managerial practices related to financial decision making in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations. Emphasis is on fundamental concepts of financial accounting and economics, including opportunity cost, the time value of money, and financial analysis. The objective is to apply financial and nonfinancial information to a wide range of management decisions, from product pricing and budgeting to project analysis and performance measurement. Topics include decision-making tools such as break-even analysis, activity-based costing procedures, and discounted cash flow techniques. Activities require extensive use of Microsoft Excel.
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82663 9040 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sadiq, Salman Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 640 Financial Decision Making for Managers (3)
An exploration of contemporary managerial practices related to financial decision making in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations. Emphasis is on fundamental concepts of financial accounting and economics, including opportunity cost, the time value of money, and financial analysis. The objective is to apply financial and nonfinancial information to a wide range of management decisions, from product pricing and budgeting to project analysis and performance measurement. Topics include decision-making tools such as break-even analysis, activity-based costing procedures, and discounted cash flow techniques. Activities require extensive use of Microsoft Excel.
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82664 9041 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sengupta, Sunando Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 640 Financial Decision Making for Managers (3)
An exploration of contemporary managerial practices related to financial decision making in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations. Emphasis is on fundamental concepts of financial accounting and economics, including opportunity cost, the time value of money, and financial analysis. The objective is to apply financial and nonfinancial information to a wide range of management decisions, from product pricing and budgeting to project analysis and performance measurement. Topics include decision-making tools such as break-even analysis, activity-based costing procedures, and discounted cash flow techniques. Activities require extensive use of Microsoft Excel.
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83038 9080 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Memon, Iqbal A Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 640 Financial Decision Making for Managers (3)
An exploration of contemporary managerial practices related to financial decision making in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations. Emphasis is on fundamental concepts of financial accounting and economics, including opportunity cost, the time value of money, and financial analysis. The objective is to apply financial and nonfinancial information to a wide range of management decisions, from product pricing and budgeting to project analysis and performance measurement. Topics include decision-making tools such as break-even analysis, activity-based costing procedures, and discounted cash flow techniques. Activities require extensive use of Microsoft Excel.
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83039 9081 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Alshameri, Faleh J Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 640 Financial Decision Making for Managers (3)
An exploration of contemporary managerial practices related to financial decision making in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations. Emphasis is on fundamental concepts of financial accounting and economics, including opportunity cost, the time value of money, and financial analysis. The objective is to apply financial and nonfinancial information to a wide range of management decisions, from product pricing and budgeting to project analysis and performance measurement. Topics include decision-making tools such as break-even analysis, activity-based costing procedures, and discounted cash flow techniques. Activities require extensive use of Microsoft Excel.
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83041 9082 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Turner, Marvin W Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 640 Financial Decision Making for Managers (3)
An exploration of contemporary managerial practices related to financial decision making in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations. Emphasis is on fundamental concepts of financial accounting and economics, including opportunity cost, the time value of money, and financial analysis. The objective is to apply financial and nonfinancial information to a wide range of management decisions, from product pricing and budgeting to project analysis and performance measurement. Topics include decision-making tools such as break-even analysis, activity-based costing procedures, and discounted cash flow techniques. Activities require extensive use of Microsoft Excel.
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83043 9083 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sadd Smalec, Jane B Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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82772 9040 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Merin, Yitshak Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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82773 9041 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Lowengrub, Paul S Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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82774 9042 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sava, Monica Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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82775 9043 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sava, Monica Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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82934 9044 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Baltrus, Joseph M Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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82937 9045 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Chasen, Steven P Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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83045 9080 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Baltrus, Joseph M Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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83047 9081 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Morphet, William J Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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83048 9082 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Deacon, Ronald W Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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83049 9083 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Solomon, Ghideon Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
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83093 9084 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sterns, Anthony A Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
85027 5121 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 T 6:30P-9:30P Open Shady Grove (Hybrid)
Faculty: Merin, Yitshak Bldg/Room: Shady Grove Center, Bldg III 3203 Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (3)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical methods, techniques, and tools. An examination of how managers organize, analyze, and interpret data for decision making. Focus is on developing skills in using statistical tools to make effective business decisions in all areas of public and private-sector decision making, including accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resource management. Topics include collecting data; describing, sampling, and presenting data; probability; statistical inference; regression analysis; forecasting; and risk analysis. Microsoft Excel is used extensively for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data.
85029 1131 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 W 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Lowengrub, Paul S Bldg/Room: Jimenez Foreign Language Hall 3120 Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
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82776 9040 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Dool, R Richard Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
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82777 9041 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Feld, Mariana Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
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82778 9042 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Gettman, Jon B Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
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82779 9043 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Graber, Eric S Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
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82780 9044 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Harry, Gene A. Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
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82781 9045 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Lebredo, Nicolas Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
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82902 9046 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Hurley, James M Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
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83063 9080 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Krell, Robert A Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
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83075 9081 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Hiatt, Stephen R Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
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83078 9082 21 Sep 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Ijose, Olumide Syllabus Course Materials
MGMT 670 Strategic Management Capstone (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits of program coursework, including all core courses. A capstone investigation of how strategy interacts with and guides an organization within its internal and external environments. Focus is on corporate- and business unit-level strategy, strategy development, strategy implementation, and the overall strategic management process. Topics include organizational mission, vision, goal setting, environmental assessment, and strategic decision making. Techniques such as industry analysis, competitive analysis, and portfolio analysis are presented. Discussion covers strategic implementation as it relates to organizational structure, policy, leadership, and evaluation issues. The ability to think strategically and to weigh things from the perspective of the total enterprise operating in an increasingly global market environment is emphasized. Case analyses and text material are used to integrate knowledge and skills gained through previous study.
85030 5121 17 Aug 2022-08 Nov 2022 T 6:30P-9:30P Open Shady Grove (Hybrid)
Faculty: Wade, Joseph P Bldg/Room: Shady Grove Center, Bldg IV 2324 Syllabus Course Materials
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