- MN 110S-501_SU10:
Introduction to interdisciplinary nature of management and leadership. Survey of historical development of management as a discipline, functional areas of management, comparison of management and leadership, contemporary issues in management and leadership.
- MN 110S-502_SU10:
4 Mtg. Blended Format, 5:30-10:30pm on 6/10, 6/24, 7/8, and 7/29.
- MN 214S-501_SU10:
This course stresses the fundamentals of systems analysis and assumes no prior knowledge of analysis and design. Students in this course typically represents a full cross-section of technical and non-technical backgrounds. The course should help those with prior technical background gain a deeper grounding in the fundamentals of system analysis. It should introduce those with non-technical backgrounds to the tools and techniques of systems analysis. Students will use a computer aided software engineering (CASE) tool to build models. Prerequisites: MN 111S Introduction to Computers and Programming or MN 210S Computer Applications.
- MN 302S-506_SU10:
(Directed Study) Examines the recursive impact of employee cultural diversity and management strategies on employees' performance and organizational processes, theoretical models of cultural factors impinging upon employee behavior, and management strategies to lessen interpersonal and intergroup conflict.
- MN 351E-501_SU10:
2 Mtg. Blended Format, 9am-2pm on 6/6 and 7/25/10.
- MN 360S-501_SU10:
Provides introduction to database systems, conceptual modeling of hierarchical, network, and relational database systems, applications of resultant designs to specific database systems. Topics include data structures, storage and retrieval methods, query languages, database administration issues. Prerequisite: MN 272S.
- MN 401-501_SU10:
2 Mtg. Blended format: 9am-2pm on 6/5 and 7/24/2010.
- MN 401-502_SU10:
. Pre-Assignment: Research one scholarly article on Corporate Social Responsibility & be prepared to discuss in class