Explores challenges in managing organizations and leading employees in a dynamic environment.
Covers concepts of applied organizational behavior and usage of leading human resource
practices in multiple contexts.
Designed to understand the process by which business leaders respond to business problems.
Integrates research skills and professional business practices, and provides an opportunity
to apply current research skills to a business problem.
This course emphasizes the entrepreneurial processes and methods for analyzing new
venture start-up opportunities, and the marketing, managerial and financial activities
needed for successful start-up, growth and harvesting of entrepreneurial business
ventures (3 hours).
This course is concerned with entrepreneurial venture analysis, with primary emphasis
on strategic and financial planning for a new venture (or existing small business/franchise),
combined with a capstone experience in the context of creating a business plan (3
Intended to introduce students in current research on contemporary business issues
and questions. Students will be expected to read, understand, and critically evaluate
research and analysis on contemporary issues and demonstrate an understanding of how
research and analysis affect proposed solutions or responses to these issues or questions