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1 CATALOG Graduate Information Coggin College of Business Management Course Descriptions BUL5810: Law and Business Environment Prerequisite: MBA classification. Analysis of the legal and social environment in which businesses operate. Also considers business ethics, international law and the social political environment in which a business operates. BUL6840: Employment Law A study of the laws that affect employment. The major emphasis is on federal law such as those covering equal opportunity and affirmative action, OSHA, and ERISA, but there is also concern with significant Florida law affecting employees and the employment function. BUL6850: Legal Aspects of International Business Prerequisite: BUL 10 or equivalent. An examination of the legal problems that arise in commercial transactions and relations involving business organizations across national boundaries. BUL6890: Special Topics in Law Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Analysis and discussion of advanced problem areas in law. Credit for this course must be approved by student's major department or program director. May be repeated for 6 credits with change in course content. BUL6904: Directed Individual Studies in Business v. 1- Law Prerequisites: BUL 10 or equivalent and approval of department chair, director of graduate program and faculty supervisor. The course allows graduate students to investigate selected topics in business law. May be repeated with a change in content up to a maximum of six credits.

2 GEB6125: Advanced Small Business Consulting Prerequisite: Twenty-five credits in graduate business administration or permission of instructor. Practicum in providing assistance to small businesses. GEB6957: Study Abroad in Business v. 1-9 Prerequisites: Graduate standing in the Coggin College of Business and permission of the instructor. Students will conduct advanced study of a country's business practices. During this course, students will: understand the culture, geography, history, and politics of the country; travel to the country; study the differences between business in the U.S. and business in that country; and learn about current issues facing that nation. The course will have three phases: pre-trip preparation and orientation, foreign travel, and post-trip assignments. ISM6021: Management of Information Technology Prerequisites: MAN 025 and CGS 1100 or equivalents. A study of MIS with emphasis on the design, analysis, operation and control of information systems as an aid to managerial decision-making. MAN506: Fundamentals of Management and Marketing Prerequisite: Graduate standing. This course is a foundation course in management and marketing for students beginning their graduate study in business. It is intended for students who did not study business at the baccalaureate level. MAN596: Seminar: Studies in Economics and v. 1- Business Study of interdisciplinary problems related to economics and business administration. MAN6056: Cornerstones of Managing for Value Prerequisites: Foundation courses or undergraduate equivalent. Introductory M.B.A. course which examines the history and philosophy of business, including ethics, the concept of value-based management, TQM, functional integration, team building, information sources, information technology, international aspects of business. MAN6067: Global Business Ethics Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Coggin College of Business. Principles of ethics are applied to international business activity, the economic system of the United States and the business firm. Topics are examined from the perspective of the expatriate manager, the strategic decision-maker, stakeholder groups and non-u.s. as well as U.S. business organizations. MAN6204: Topics in Organizational Theory Prerequisite: MAN 025 or equivalent. A systematic approach to the design of structural components of organization for the purpose of increasing efficiency and effectiveness. Emphasis on internal and external determinants of structure and on the impact of structure on behavior in the organization.

3 MAN6225: Organizational Measurement and Analysis Prerequisite: MAN 025 or equivalent and elementary statistics. Advanced applications of the scientific method to organizational management; review of the scientific methods in business; measurement in organizational research including instrumentation, collection, reliability and validity assessment; analysis of organizational data for managerial effectiveness; application. MAN605: Human Resource Management Prerequisite: MAN 025 or equivalent. This course focuses on an in-depth analysis of the major functions of Human Resource Management. Topics include the contexts of human resource management, staffing, employee development, compensation, and governance. MAN61: Compensation Management Prerequisite: MAN 401 or equivalent. In-depth analysis and application of compensation planning, the determination of internal consistency, external competitiveness and individual equity, benefits, management and legal compliance. Student consulting teams will each develop a company's total compensation system and make seminar presentations of their program. MAN6411: Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining Prerequisite: MAN 025 or equivalent. Problems in collective bargaining and managing personnel who work under a collectively bargained labor agreement. Designed for the MBA student who intends to manage workers in accordance with a collectively bargained labor contract. MAN6446: Advanced Topics in Negotiation Prerequisite: MAN 025 or equivalent. Broad based examination of negotiation includes theory based on studies of collective bargaining between labor and management. Emphasis is placed on experiential exercises and on improving interpersonal skills. Active participation in the learning process is stressed. MAN6501: Modeling and Management of Operations Prerequisite: ECO 6415 This course provides an overview of methods and tools for planning and controlling the production and distribution of goods and services. The course includes an introduction to modeling techniques that are useful for allocating resources as well as evaluating and improving organizational processes and decisions across the firm. Managers in both manufacturing and service organizations need to understand these topics in order to increase firm value by reducing costs and required assets while maintaining or increasing output, quality, and customer service. MAN6525: Process Management and Quality Improvements Prerequisite: MAN 6501 Modeling and Man Oper This course examines how organizations can develop and leverage excellence in, and excellence through, continuously improving process performance and quality. The course examines and analyzes various process management techniques and quality improvement initiatives ( e.g. six sigma and lean) and how both manufacturing and service firms can translate these activities into value and competitive advantage. The course is recommended for students from all functional areas of business and particularly those interested in a career in management, supply chain management and management consulting.

4 MAN6559: Quantitative Management Analysis This course covers management science models and their applications to management decisions. MAN6581: Project Management Prerequisite: ISM This course deals with the acquisition of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to activities in business functional areas in order to meet the requirements of the particular project. The course involves an exploration of the project leader role, understanding the concepts of project management and techniques for controlling and optimizing the project process. MAN6601: International Management A basic course in international business management. The course will focus on the international managerial variables that affect and influence strategic and operational decision and the conduct of business in the international environment. MAN6606: Cultural Environment of Global Business Prerequisite: MAN 506 or equivalent, and graduate standing in the Coggin College of Business. This course focuses on the primary cause of international business operations failures: cultural clashes. It analyzes the cultural perspectives that generate such problems and focuses on their proactive solutions. MAN6626: Global Human Resource Management This course will explore issues in global human resource management. First, it examines the multinational context and the consequences of international growth on human resource management. Second, it reviews different types of international (expatriate) assignments, and the tools and techniques vital to supporting these expatriate managers. Some of these human resource processes that impact expatriates include: recruitment and selection; training and development; and compensation. The final part of the course will focus on global issues directly pertaining to international human resource management. Some of these issues include: subsidiary management; industrial relations; and performance management. MAN665: Managing Multinational Corporations PREREQ: MAN 506 or equivalent, and graduate standing in the Coggin College of Business. This course considers the management problems inherent in multinational corporations, as contrasted with those faced by managers of firms with purely domestic operations. Several dimensions, including organizational structure, performance measurement and control, and economic issues are covered. Methodologies for determining whether and how to evaluate and select locations for MNC investment and trade are also provided. MAN6656: Business Environment: United States Prerequisite: Enrollment in the global MBA program or permission of instructor This course examines the business environment in the United States, with particular emphasis on inter-country differences relative to Germany, Poland, and China. Students will learn about historical, political, social, environmental and economic factors that influence the business environment in the US. Particular attention will be paid to the changing relative economic power of the US resulting from globalization forces. The course requires participation in several full-day visits to companies, as well as regular classroom instruction.

5 MAN6666: Applied Intercultural Communication: United States Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Coggin College of Business This course investigates the link between US culture and US business practices with a focus on communication issues. Foundations of US business culture, based upon national cultural orientations and their impact on organizational cultures are explored; along with structural variables. Cultural contrasts among business practices of US organizations and business practices of organizations from other countries are analyzed. MAN6667: Business Environment: Asia Prerequisite: Graduate Standing in the Coggin College of Business This course examines the business environment in Asia, with particular emphasis on the intercountry differences within Asia. Students will learn about historical, political, social environmental and economic factors that influence the business environment in Asia. Particular attention will be paid to the changing relative power of Asian nations individually, as well as Asia as a bloc. MAN6668: Applied Intercultural Communication: Asia Prerequisites: Graduate Standing in the Coggin College of Business This course investigates the link between Asian cultures and Asian business practices, focusing on communication issues. Foundations of Asian cultures and business culture are explored. Differences between Asian countries and cultures will be studied. Case studies are used to illustrate cultural difficulties faced by Asian firms of various nations doing business with foreign firms. MAN6675: International Business An in-depth analysis of international business concepts and investment strategies, product life cycles hypothesis and the role of multinationals in technology transfer; intensive investigation of global market integration as well as regional markets; northsouth trade and development conferences and trade implications for U.S. economy; extensive use of cases in above topics. MAN6726: Advanced Strategic Management Prerequisites: Students must be in their last semester of graduate work, have an overall graduate GPA of.0 or better on their program of study courses and have attained permission to register from the graduate advisor. Advanced Strategic Management (ASM) is the Capstone course of the MBA program. The course requires the student to assimilate and integrate the knowledge acquired from the functional disciplines through application utilizing a strategic framework. Further, students utilize various models and theories of firm structure and performance to understand how to evaluate, allocate, and deploy the various resources that an enterprise controls in order to develop and achieve integrated strategic objectives. MAN6785: E-Business Strategy Prerequisite: ISM 6021 or permission of instructor. This course encompasses the study of current management issues associated with electronic commerce strategies. MAN6875: Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. This course focuses on the entrepreneurial aspects of small business development and funding.

6 MAN6905: Directed Individual Studies in v. 1- Management Prerequisite: MAN 025 or equivalent. Allows the M.B.A. student to investigate selected management topics, especially those of local or regional interest. May be repeated with a change in content up to a maximum of 6 credits. MAN691: Special Topics in Management v. 1- Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Study of special topics not offered in other courses in the department. May be repeated with a change in content up to a maximum of six credits. MAN6957: Study Abroad in Management v. 1-9 Prerequisites: Graduate Standing in the College of Business Administration and permission of the instructor. Students will conduct advanced study of a country's business practices, with a particular emphasis on management. During this course, students will: understand the culture, geography, history, and politics of the country; travel to the country; study the differences between business in the U.S. and business in that country; and learn about the current issues facing that nation. The course will have three phases: pre-trip preparation and orientation, foreign travel, and post-trip assignments. Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL 2224 Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

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