Management (MGTU)

MGTU 240 Selected Topics in Management

Prerequisite: Dean approval.

This course covers special topics related to management and/or business studies. This course may be repeated for up to 9 credits provided the course topics are different. 3 credits.

MGTU 301 Principles of Management

This course examines the general systems theory; evolution of management theory; and interpersonal behavior in business organizations. Specific topics include motivation, leadership, value attitudes and organizational development. 3 credits.

MGTU 302 Principles of Retail Management

Principles of Retail Management: Demonstrate an understanding of the retail management principles, including retail operations and merchandising. 3 credits.

MGTU 310 Legal Environment of Business

The course describes the interaction between politics, society, government and the law (public/private and federal/state). This course also examines how corporate policy and business decisions are influenced by such institutions, within the scope of their social and ethical responsibilities. 3 credits.

MGTU 315 Operations Management

Prerequisite: MATU 203.

Operations management focuses on the systematic planning, design, and operation of all processes required for the production of goods and the delivery of services. Thus, operations management spans almost all the real value-added activities of an organization including product and process design, customer order management, production, and service delivery. 3 credits.

MGTU 320 Strategies Across the Supply Chain

Strategic management of supply chains is presented in this course with emphasis on the topics of supply chain capabilities, risk management, CSR principles, collaborative innovation, strategic sourcing, logistics strategy, and value network management. The concept of responsive or efficient supply chain design is developed, to prepare students for management challenges in a wide range of industries. 3 credits.

MGTU 321 Project Management and Supply Chain Leadership

Design of supply chain processes is presented in this course with emphasis on cross functional project management, management of supply chain processes, procurement management, logistics system design, risk management, performance management, analysis and improvement. Definitions and metrics are developed for success in driving continuous improvement in supply chain systems. 3 credits.

MGTU 340 Selected Topics in Management

Prerequisite: Dean approval.

This course covers special topics related to management and/or business studies. This course may be repeated for up to 9 credits provided the course topics are different. 3 credits.

MGTU 400 Global Environment of Business

Prerequisite: ECNU 201.

(Formerly BUSU 410) Introduces the unique but fundamental aspects of the global economy, including the economic and political aspects of international trade and investment, the global monetary system, and emphasizes the study of cultural traditions other than one’s own. Import-export, trade and foreign direct investments, and business strategies are explored. 3 credits.

MGTU 410 Strategic Management

Prerequisite: All core courses in the BBA major must be completed, one course may be taken concurrently.

Formulation and implementation of strategies for both single-business and diversified firms operating in domestic or international contexts. Topics include the analysis of the remote, industry, and operating environments, the analysis of the internal firm resources, competencies and competitive advantages and weakness, the issues of outsourcing, mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, and the integration of functional and behavioral knowledge in the formulation and implementation of firm strategies and tactics. 3 credits.