1. Provide students with expert, cutting-edge business knowledge, ethical values, and the ability to execute.
2. Provide focused education and experiences in a specific area of business to improve student employability.
Action-oriented case studies to demonstrate management accounting techniques to achieve profit goals and business strategies in a variety of organizations. International accounting and ethical issues are addressed.
Corporate finance case course, dealing with problems in working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital problems, and corporate restructuring.
Focuses on development of interpersonal and team skills. Includes development of organizational systems supporting effective use of human resources, including performance management, motivation, selection, training, rewards, and career development.
Study of basic process functions in managing a production or service organization, such as inventory control, production control, procurement, quality control, production planning, forecasting, etc.
Provides foundational knowledge and important skills for business professionals regarding the role and use of analytics in today's enterprises.
This course is designed to improve students’ understanding and skills in all phases of negotiation, the development of negotiation strategy and to the management of integrative and distributive aspects of the negotiation process. The course is based on a series of simulated negotiations in a variety of contexts including dyadic, buyer-seller transactions, dispute resolution, cross-cultural and third-party.
Focuses on development of new ventures, including entrepreneurial competencies, venture teams, recognizing business opportunities, gathering resources, new venture finance, entry strategies, legal structure, licensing and regulatory requirements, patents, copyrights, and product liability.
Advanced case approach to current marketing management problems. Emphasizes concepts, research, techniques, decision making, and marketing strategy development.
The objective of this course is to obtain a firm understanding of the fundamentals of investments. By the end of this course, students should have a comprehensive understanding of how modern portfolio theory is applied in practice and how to value the performance/risk of various financial securities. Included are topics such as securities markets and transactions, market efficiency, common stock valuation, diversification, capital asset pricing, performance evaluation and risk management, option valuation, and bond valuation.
Students learn to build a sales foundation around plays, process and system; to create new value through sales architecture and sales coaching; and to lead innovation with sales blueprinting and technology tools.
This course bridges the practice of leadership with the moral philosophy of leadership. Students learn the long history of leadership theory and the latest research, but they also experience both a hypothetical (case-based) application and real-world application of those ideas.
Taking a CEO’s perspective, this course addresses global competitiveness, strategic assessment, policy development, and strategy execution.