Southeast Missouri State University

Scheduling/Rotation of Courses

Students may access the current schedules of courses by going to the Portal and using the Course Look Up feature.  The following tables provide a proposed rotation of our courses for purposes of planning schedules of classes for future semesters.

Tentative Course Rotation Schedule

Marketing Courses
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 - Advertising & Promotion MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F+W F W
MK344 - Consumer Behavior MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F W W
MK345 - Introduction to Business Research MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C'; MG257 F F  
MK346 - Distribution Management MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C'   F  
MK348 - Product & Pricing Strategy 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 - Integrated Marketing Comm. Practicum MK343 F    
MK447 - Sales Management MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C'   F  
MK449 - Marketing Management 15 hours in marketing (MK) courses. Open to marketing majors F F  
MK471-473 - Marketing Internship Consent of the department X X X
MK491-493 - Independent Study in Marketing Consent of the department X X X
MK555 - Internet Marketing MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C'; AD101   W W
MK560 - International Marketing MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' W F W
UI351 – Public Opinion Mgmt.       W
UI359 – Consumers:  Buying/Having/Being Social Systems and/or Behavioral Systems     W
UI400- Business and Ethics Sr. Standing and completion of all lower division University Studies courses or consent of instructor     W
BA651 – Strategic Marketing MBA admission   W F

F = Face to face class
W = Web course/Online class
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered or to make. Check the summer schedule when available.

Management and Entrepreneurship Courses
Course Prerequisite(s) Fall Spring Summer*
MG252 - Business Communication EN140 with minimum grade of 'C'
Strongly recommend AD101
F+W F+W W
MG301 - Principles of Management 45 Hours  F+W F+W W
MG354 – Business Negotiation:  Concepts and Practice MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F    
MG356 - Foundations of Human Resource Management MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'  F F W
MG362 - Management Skills – TO BE RARELY OFFERED BEGINNING Fall 2011 MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'      
MG546 - Acquiring & Compensating Talent MG356 with a minimum grade of 'C' or MBA admission or consent of instructor   F  
MG456 - Topics in Human Resource Management --TO BE RARELY OFFERED BEGINNING Sp 2011 MG356 with a minimum grade of 'C'      
MG457 - Organizational Behavior MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'     W
MG462 - Organization Theory and Design MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' W    
MG470 - Leadership in Management MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' W W W
MG526 – Managing & Developing Talent MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' or MBA admission or consent of instructor F    
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
MG566 – Legal & Union Issues in Human Resources MG356 with a minimum grade of 'C' or MBA admission or consent of instructor   F  
MG575 Information Technology Management MI375 with a minimum grade of 'C'   W  
MG471-3 - Internship in Management Consent of Department X X X
MG491-3 - Independent Study in Management Consent of Department X X X
BA361 – Principles of Entrepreneurship 45 hours F F  
BA490 – Business Policy & Strategy Business Core Classes with C or better F F W
BA521 – Topics in Entrepreneurship Sr. standing or MBA admission or consent of instructor     W
BA531 – Imagination, Creativity and Innovation Jr. standing or MBA admission or consent of dept. F    
BA551 – Managing and Growing New Ventures BA361 or MBA admission   F  
BA561 – Business Planning for New Ventures BA361 or consent of instructor   F  
BA600 – Managing & Leading Human Capital MBA admission W F  
BA620 – Quantitative & Qualitative Research MBA admission F W W
BA641 Creating the Entrepreneurial Venture MBA admission W    
BA664 – Organizational Leadership – future offerings to be decided MBA admission      
BA656 – Applied Human Resource Mgmt. – future offerings to be decided MBA admission      
IU305 – Entrepreneurship:  A Flat World Imperative   F W  
UI301 – Managerial Communication Processes SC105 or an equivalent introductory oral communication course     W
UI400-Business and Ethics Sr. Standing and completion of all lower division University Studies courses or consent of instructor F    

F = Face to face class
W = Web course/Online class
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered or to make. Check the summer schedule when available.

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