• This course introduces the microeconomic theory and analysis useful in managerial decision making and policy formation. It applies economic principles to the analysis of production, marketing, and financial issues and the development of general operating strategies. Prerequisites: ECO 222 (Principles ofMacroeconomics), ECO 223 (Principles of Microeconomics), ECO 225 (Business Statistics) and graduate
    standing.
  • This graduate course will focus on managerial and corporate communication and the way organizational culture influences the communication processes within business organizations.
  • This course introduces the concepts and strategies related to supply chain management. It discusses several aspects of supply chain management including drivers, planning and forecasting, uncertainty, transportation concerns, information technology, and sustainability.
  • The purpose of the course is to provide an understanding of customers in the marketplace and the constant dynamics of market change.

    Prerequisite: graduate standing.