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  • MBAMS 600  Mathematical Analysis for Managers

    Description:
    This course provides the mathematical skills and applications necessary to pursue graduate study in the College of Management. Topics include a review of basic algebra; graphing; linear, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions; functions of several variables; systems of linear equations; probability; differentiation and integration.   More Info

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  • MBAMS 630  Statistical Analysis for Managers

    Description:
    Acquaints students with statistical techniques used in management decision-making and develops their ability to characterize management problems that can be solved by such techniques. Topics include descriptive statistics, probability distributions, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, simple and multiple regression and correlation, chi square testing, analysis of variance, and decision theory. Students make use of computers and appropriate software to apply what they are learning.   More Info

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  • MBAMS 635  Operations Mgt

    Description:
    This course familiarizes students with the analysis, planning, and control of operations and operating resources in both production and service organizations. Topics covered include product design and process selection, capacity planning, location and layout decisions, and inventory control. Analytical techniques used in system design and operations planning and control problems are also discussed. Students make use of computers and appropriate software to apply what they are learning.   More Info

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  • MBAMS 640  Computer & Info Syst

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  • MBAMS 652  Lean and Six Sigma Management

    Description:
    A revolution in management methods is moving through the global economy at breakneck speed, High performance, Six Sigma, Lean and IS management methods among them. The new methods aim to create competitive advantage which every enterprise needs in order to create sustained growth of its net income. In this course students study how to use the new leading edge methods for creating the required competitive advantages. The course focuses on how a company can create and deliver high value and quality to end-users, how it can design products and services so these will start their lives as growth products when launched, how the companies can manage its value chains so they become capable of operating with a productivity advantage at competitively low costs, how the two - the value and the pr   More Info

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    • TBA
  • MBAMS 690  Master's Thesis Option Research Colloquium

    Description:
    This is the first part of the Master's Thesis Option (MTO). It covers research and research methods, and is intended to position students to successfully complete a year-long research project of publishable quality. Lectures and discussion will focus on the skills required to develop a research question, how to formulate an appropriate research strategy, and ways to identify necessary analytical tools and locate data sources.   More Info

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    • TBA
  • MBAMS 696  Independent Study

    Description:
    Independent study credit is granted only for academic work not normally offered in advanced courses. A student must find a faculty sponsor for his or her independent study project and then file a proposal for the project in the MBA Office. The proposal should be signed by both the student and the faculty sponsor.   More Info

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