This course is an introduction to the development of an appreciation of art. Special emphasis is placed on methods, techniques, and terminology that relate to art as well as artists, cultures, and art movements throughout history.
An In-depth study of the impact of behavioral
psychology and sociology within organizations and upon individuals. The
theory and applications of techniques which will enhance the manager's
effectiveness and ability to effect change in organizations.
The study of systems development life cycle from initial problem analysis to systems maintenance, with particular attention to the analysis of existing system, analysis and design of replacement systems, cost analysis of the components, including software development, and the implementation of new systems. Students will participate in group projects involving the study of existing computer-based systems and develop proposals to modernize those systems. Prerequisites: Undergraduate Management or Marketing and graduate standing.