Course Information

Course Syllabus, Prerequisites, and Tentative Rotation Schedule

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer*
MK301 Principles of Marketing 45 hours F+W F+W W
MK341 Public Relations MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F F  
MK342 Professional Selling MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F F  
MK343 Integrated Marketing Comm. MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F+W W W
MK344 Consumer Behavior MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F W W
MK345 Intro. to Business Research MK301 or MG301, and QM258, all with a minimum grade of 'C' F F  
MK346 Distribution Management MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C'   F  
MK347 Transportation        
MK348 Brand Marketing MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F    
MK349 Retail Management MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F    
MK351 Sports Marketing MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C'   F  
MK443 IMC Practicum MK343 with a minimum grade of 'C' F    
MK449 Marketing Management 9 hours MK courses; Marketing majors only F F  
MK471-473 Marketing Internship 75 hours completed; 9 hours of MK; Overall GPA of 2.5; 2.75 GPA in MK; Consent of the Department and approval of internship agreement X X X
MK491-493 Independent Study in Marketing Consent of the Department X X X
MK547 Sales Management MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C'   W  
MK555 Internet Marketing AD101; MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C'   W W
MK560 International Marketing MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F+W F+W W

F = Face-to-face class
W = Web course/Online class
X = Arranged with instructor
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available.

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer*
MG252 Business Communication EN140 with a minimum grade of 'C'; Completion of AD101 strongly recommended F+W F+W W
MG301 Principles of Management 45 hours  F+W F+W W
MG354 Negotiation MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F    
MG356 Foundations of HR HA300 or MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'  F+W F W
MG362 Management Skills HA300 or MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'    
MG456 Topics in HRM MG356 with a minimum grade of 'C'      
MG457 Organizational Behavior MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'     W
MG470 Leadership in Management MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' W W W
MG471-473 Internship in Management 75 hours completed; 9 hours MG courses; Management major; overall GPA of 2.5; 2.75 GPA in Management major courses; Consent of Department and approval of internship agreement X X X
MG491-493 Independent Study in Management Consent of Department X X X
MG526 Managing/Developing Talent MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F    
MG546 Acquiring/Compensating Talent MG356 with a minimum grade of 'C'   F  
MG548/IS448 Project Management IS275 or MI375 with a minimum grade of 'C' W    
MG550 Improving Team Performance MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F F  
MG560 International Management MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F W W
MG562 Organization Theory & Design MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' W    
MG566 Legal & Union Issues in HR MG356 with a minimum grade of 'C'   F  
MG575 IT Management MI375 with a minimum grade of 'C'   W  

F = Face-to-face class
W = Web course/Online class
X = Arranged with instructor
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available.

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer*
BA452 Professionalism Completion of 75 hours F+W F+W W
BA458 International Business Internship Senior standing; International Business major X X X
BA490 Business Policy & Strategy Senior standing; Business Core classes with 'C' or better F+W F+W W
BA491-493 Independent Study in Business Administration Senior standing, Consent of Department Chair/Faculty X X X
BA560 Topics in International Business MG301 and MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' in both   F F

F = Face-to-face class
W = Web course/Online class
X = Arranged with instructor
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available.

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer*
ER361 Principles of Entrepreneurship 45 hours F+W F+W  
ER473 Internship in Entrepreneurship 75 or more total hours and cumulative GPA 2.5 or better; Minimum 9 hours in Entrepreneurship courses with 2.5 GPA or better, unless waived by Department Chair X X X
ER521 Topics in Entrepreneurship Senior standing, or consent of instructor     W
ER531 Innovation Junior standing F    
ER551 Managing/Growing New Ventures ER/BA361 with minimum grade of 'C' F F  
ER561 Business Planning for New Ventures ER/BA361 with minimum grade of 'C' F F  
ER581 Entrepreneurship Practicum: Venture Creation ER/BA361, and ER/BA551, all with grade of 'C' or better   F  

F = Face-to-face class
W = Web course/Online class
X = Arranged with instructor
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available.

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer*
HA300 Intro. to Healthcare Management N/A W F  
HA471-473 Internship in Healthcare  75 hours college credit; 9 hours HA courses; Overall GPA 2.5; HA major course GPA 2.75; Approval of internship agreement X X X
HA491-493 Independent Study in Healthcare Senior standing and consent of Department Chair/Faculty X X X
HA510 Healthcare Operations HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair     W
HA520 Intro. to Healthcare Quality  HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair W    
HA525 Advanced Healthcare Quality HA520 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair   W  
HA530 Intro. to Patient Safety HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair W    
HA535 Advanced Patient Safety HA530 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair   W  
HA540 Healthcare Informatics HA300 or MG301, and MI375, all with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair     W
HA545 Healthcare Database Systems HA300 or MG301, and MI375, all with minimum grade of 'C' W    
HA550 Healthcare Risk Management HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair   W  
HA580 Healthcare Strategy HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair W    
HA582 Healthcare Budgeting & Reimbursement HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair   W  
HA585 Marketing for Health Services Organizations HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair W W  
HA620 Research Methodology in Healthcare PY271 with minimum grade of 'C'; or approval of Grad Studies Program Director   W  
HA657 Applied Research in Healthcare 18 hours HA, or approval of Grad Studies Program Director X X X
HA658 Graduate Internship in Healthcare 18 hours HA, or approval of Grad Studies Program Director X X X
HA681 Health Administration Policy HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair W    
HA691-693 Independent Study in Healthcare Admission to Master of Science HM, or approval of Grad Studies Program Director X X X

F = Face-to-face class
W = Web course/Online class
X = Arranged with instructor
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available.

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer*
HM150 Intro. to Hospitality Management N/A F F  
HM205 Basic Culinary Techniques N/A F F  
HM260 Meeting and Event Management N/A F F  
HM270 Hotel and Resort Operations HM150 with a minimum grade of 'C' F F  
HM304 Food, Beverage, and Labor Cost Controls HM205 with a minimum grade of 'C' F F  
HM325 Hospitality Law HM270 with a minimum grade of 'C' F    
HM350 Advanced Culinary Practices HM304 with a minimum grade of 'C' F F  
HM390 Hospitality Sales and Marketing HM270 with a minimum grade of 'C'   F  
HM406 Hospitality Strategic Management HM390 with a minimum grade of 'C' F F  
HM416 Quantity Food Production AC221 and HM350 both with a minimum grade of 'C' F F  
HM473 Internship in Hospitality Management 75 hours college credit; 18 hours HM courses; HM GPA 2.5; Approval of Program Director/Department Chair X X X
HM491-493 Independent Study in Hospitality Management 75 hours college credit; Approval of Department Chair/Faculty X X X

F = Face-to-face class
W = Web course/Online class
X = Arranged with instructor
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available.

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer*
IU305 Entrepreneurship Completion of Lower Division University Studies requirements     W
UI301 Managerial Comm. Processes SC105 or an equivalent     W
UI351 Public Opinion Management N/A     W
UI359 Consumers Social Systems and/or Behavior Sys     W
UI400 Business and Ethics Senior standing F+W F+W W

F = Face-to-face class
W = Web course/Online class
X = Arranged with instructor
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available.

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer*
BA600 Organizational Behavior in Practice Admission to Grad Program in HCB, or consent of Grad Business Program Director W F W
BA620 Quantitative & Qualitative Research Methods Admission to Grad Program in HCB F W W
BA630 Integrated Decision Information Systems Admission to Grad Program in HCB F W W
BA641 Entrepreneurship Admission to Grad Program in HCB F    
BA650 Strategic Decision Making Admission to Grad Program in HCB; Successful completion of 18 hours in Grad Business Program W F W
BA651 Strategic Marketing Admission to Grad Program in HCB F W W
BA656 Applied Human Resource Management HA300 or MG301 with grade of 'C' or better, or consent of Grad Business Program Director W    
BA657 Applied Research Project 21 hours in MBA program, or admission to a Grad Program in HCB; Consent of Grad Business Program Director and faculty supervisor of paper F+W F+W F+W
BA658 Business Internship 18 hours in Grad Program in HCB; Consent of Grad Business Program Director X X X
BA660 Strategic Cost Management Admission to Grad Program in HCB F W  
BA661 External Environment of Business Admission to Grad Program in HCB      
BA663 International Business Strategies Admission to Grad Program in HCB, or consent of Grad Business Program Director F    
BA664 Organizational Leadership BA600, or consent of MBA Program Director; For MSM-seeking students, 18 completed program hours for MSM Degree-seeking students   W  
BA668 The Financial Environment Admission to Grad Program in HCB W F W
BA691-693 Business Practicum/Internship MBA major; Completion of 18 hours in Program; Consent of Grad Business Program Director X X X

F = Face-to-face class
W = Web course/Online class
X = Arranged with instructor
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available.

Contact

573.651.2924
nschremp@semo.edu
Dempster Hall 225
Department of Management & Marketing
One University Plaza, MS 5875
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701