Catalog 2021-2022


MGT 431 Practical Strategic Assessment

Not open to graduate students. This course focuses on the application of strategic management skills and the knowledge gained from prior coursework. Students analyze an organization's situation, recognize strategic issues and make recommendations. The course utilizes a group project to challenge students' skills in critical thinking, speaking, writing, teamwork, and the ability to apply theory to real-world situations.

Credit Hours: 4


Senior standing, BUS 221, ITM 220, FIN 310, MGT 330, MKT 300, and all prerequisites for the aforementioned courses.

MGT 450 Born Global: International Entrepreneurship & Strategy

This course combines concepts from entrepreneurship and strategic management and applies them to international ventures, teaching students the intricacies of founding and managing firms that are "born global".
Credit Hours: 4


Senior standing, all required 100-level and 200-level COB courses, MGT 330, and all prerequisites of the aforementioned courses

MGT 490 Management Internship

This internship exposes the student to a real life learning experience. Students are hired by an organization for the specific objective of gaining work experience in that organization. The paid or unpaid internship position should be relevant to the student's major, and is worked out between the organization and the student. Completion of this internship helps students partially attain the following goals of the College of Business. May not be used to satisfy major requirements. Approval of the department chair required.

Credit Hours: 1-8


MGT 330, junior or senior standing and either a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 or a GPA of 3.0 in COB courses.

MGT 492 Learning by Travel: Management and Leadership

By traveling internationally, this course is designed to give students an opportunity to develop leadership and management skills in a global context. The course examines the role of national cultural dimensions on behaviors related to leadership and management. The course focuses on developing important skills in global context including: communication, team building, motivation, and creativity.
Credit Hours: 4

MGT 495 Special Topics in Management

A course offered at the discretion of the management department. Subject may focus on a topic of current interest in the field, training in a specific area of the field, or a topic that is of interest to a particular group of students.

Credit Hours: 4


To be specified at time of offering.

MGT 499 Independent Study in Management

A readings or independent studies course taken for variable credit. May not be used to satisfy major requirements.

Credit Hours: 1-4


Minimum 3.0 GPA, consent of the department chair and COB associate dean.