This course applies microeconomic analysis to decision-making methods of businesses or other management units, the science of directing scarce resources to manage costs effectively. Understanding consists of three branches: competitive markets, market power, and imperfect markets.
This course concerns a branch of economics with resource allocation as well as management, acquisition and investment; also the systematic recording, reporting, and analysis of financial transactions of a business.
This course deals with the entire physical and strategic dimensions of conversion of material and parts inputs into final products. The span extends from plant layout and material flow to inventory holding, production lot size determination, and quality control. Issues of product packing and packaging are explored. The function has quantitative and strategic dimensions and these are included in the coverage.
This course examines the range of individual and group behavior in an organization. Topics: personality and attitudes, perception, motivation in the work setting, group and team behavior, leadership, interpersonal communication, and organizational design and culture.
This course addresses all business areas and human organization activity needed to get people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives. Management comprises planning, organizing, staffing, leading or directing, and controlling an organization.
This course examines the concepts, strategies, and applications involved in marketing. The course addresses the problem of designing and implementing the most effective mix of marketing variables to carry out the firm's objectives in its target markets. Marketing Management aims to develop the participant's skills in applying analytical methods, decision tools and marketing concepts.
This course is concerned with the long-term direction and performance of the whole organization. It examines organizations from the ‘‘strategic management'' perspective of top management. The concepts and skills presented are applicable at all levels of management and to the variety of roles leaders, executives, and managers.