BMGT - Business: Management
BMGT 205. Prof Business Communication. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) F,S,Su
PREREQUISITE: Completion of University Seminar and Writing University Core Requirement.
Recognizing and creating effective approaches and styles for written, oral, and nonverbal communications appropriate to organizational situation, nature of message, and co-communicators. Course addresses professional document and presentation designs, choices of media, and tones for individual and organizational communications.
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|2018 Summer Session||11397||802||Second Half Session||-||-||-|
BMGT 240IS. Business Research Methods. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) F,S
PREREQUISITE: STAT 216Q, and BMIS 211 as pre- or co-requisite.
Introduction to the methods of knowledge and knowing regarding business activities and business organizations. Focused on disciplined inquiry using statistics and quantitative analysis; providing the intellectual foundation for further exploration of the business discipline.
|2018 Summer Session||11599||001||June-start: 4x4||MTWR||JABS211||8:00am - 10:35am|
BMGT 322. Operations Management. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) F,S,Su
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing. For business majors: BMIS 211, M 161Q, and STAT 216Q. For non-business majors: M 161Q and consent of instructor.
Introduction to the topics and methods of production and operations management. Emphasis is given to critical thinking, business analyses and computer modeling. Application areas include accounting, finance, marketing, and management.
|2018 Summer Session||10034||001||May Start||MTWR||JABS215||8:00am - 10:35am|
BMGT 335. Management and Organization. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) F,S,Su
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing.
A survey of contemporary research-based concepts relevant to management and organization including topics such as motivation, leadership, teamwork, organizational design, communication, decision making, entrepreneurship, diversity, and ethics.
|2018 Summer Session||10032||801||Second Half Session||-||-||-|
BMGT 465. International Practicum. 1-12 Credits. (1 Ind) On Demand
PREREQUISITE: By application; for business majors: formal admission to the College of Business.
Intensive study of culture, customs, politics, history, and business practices of another country. Program culminates with extended visit to location for lectures, and other relevant activities.
|2018 Summer Session||10910||001||Full Semester||-||-||-|