MBA with Product Lifecycle and Supply Chain Management Concentration
The following is a brief summary of content for each course in the MBA Core.
MAS 6V01 – Special Topics in Supply Chain Management (3 credit hours)
MIS 6204: Introduction to Information Technology and MIS (2 credit hours)
Necessary background to understand the role of information technology and Management Information Systems in today’s business environment. Topics include: strategic role of information, organization of information, information decision making requirements, telecommunications and networking, managing information resources, distributed processing, and current information systems/technology issues.
MECO 6303 – Business Economics (3 credit hours)
Foundations of the economic analysis of business problems, with special emphasis on the function and determination of market prices in production and consumption. Supply and demand, price theory, production theory, trade theory with reference to the global economy, the effects of tax and other policies in the economy, and essential elements of the banking system and monetary policy are addressed.
IMS 6204-Global Business (3 credit hours)
Introduction to the theory of international trade and payments. Analysis of the economic environment in which international business is conducted.
MKT 6301-Intro to Marketing Management (3 credit hours)
Overview of marketing management methods, principles and concepts including product, pricing, promotion and distribution decisions.
BPS 6310-Strategic Management (3 credit hours)
An examination of the management functions involved in strategic planning and programming.