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Undergraduate Courses

BUSMHR 1210 - Fundamentals of Leadership Development (1.5)

Introduces students to the fundamentals of leadership. Topics include teamwork, leadership, ethics, communication, decision making, conflict management and diversity. Open only to students enrolled in the Central Ohio Leadership Academy. Offered each June; dates, times and location to be announced.

BUSMHR 2000 - Introduction to International Business (1.5)

Basic coverage of world trade and investment problems, and introduction to multinational corporation strategies and the various types of environments in which they do business.

BUSMHR 2210 - Personal Leadership and Team Effectiveness (3)

Effective management practices and how leadership practices lead to effective team and organizational performance.

BUSMHR 2292 - Business Skills & Environment (3)

Introduce the role of business in the lives of individuals, consumers, employees, and citizens. Focus on the concept of ethical leadership with emphasis on both oral and written communication skills for the business environment. 

BUSMHR 2292H - Business Skills & Environment (3)

Introduce the role of business in the lives of individuals, consumers, employees, and citizens. Focus on the concept of ethical leadership with emphasis on both oral and written communication skills for the business environment. 

BUSMHR 2400 - IBE Innovation Management Seminar (1)

Students will develop and apply a series of conceptual models that illustrate interactions between competitive strategy and patterns of technological, market and competitive change. Models will provide means to consider which firms benefit from market change, why existing firms fail to incorporate innovation in a timely manner and the types of markets in which a given firm should invest. 

BUSMHR 2500 - Entrepreneurship (3)

Assesses economical, sociological, and psychological foundations of entrepreneurship and its impact on society.

BUSMHR 3000 - Advanced Topics in International Business (3)

Advanced topics in international business including strategy, alliances, and exchange.

BUSMHR 3100 - Foundations of Management and Human Resources (3)

The study of human behavior in organizational settings.

BUSMHR 3200 - Managing Individuals in Organizations: Organizational Behavior and Human Resources (3)

Principles for managing the performance of individuals and groups in organizations; introduction to organizational behavior theory and its application to staffing, training, compensation, and appraisal.

BUSMHR 3200H - Managing Individuals in Organizations: Organizational Behavior and Human Resources (3)

Principles for managing the performance of individuals and groups in organizations; introduction to organizational behavior theory and its application to staffing, training, compensation, and appraisal.

BUSMHR 3211 - Leadership and Character (3)

Issues of leadership as related to value-based decision making, character, and personal integrity.

BUSMHR 3220 - Dean's Leadership Academy: Leadership and Team Effectiveness (3)

Exposes students to practical applications of good organizational management and leadership practices.

BUSMHR 3300 - Managing Human Resources (3)

Overview of human resource skills for non-HR managers; emphasis on practices and techniques for hiring, developing, compensating, and appraising employees.

BUSMHR 3400 - IBE Competitive Analysis Seminar (1)

Provides students the opportunity to apply basic competitive analysis theories/tools to analyze "real-world" firms.

BUSMHR 3510.01 - New Venture Creation (3)

Examines the creation of businesses in the face of uncertainty.

BUSMRH 3510.02 - Creating the Social Venture (3)

Examines the creation of entrepreneurial ventures in the non-profit sector.

BUSMHR 3520 - Leading High Performance Ventures (3)

Focuses on concepts, frameworks, skills, and tools that enable a start-up to become a sustainable enterprise that creates jobs.

BUSMHR 3540 - Entrepreneurship Experience (3)

Special program for managing and leading a campus-based entrepreneurial venture.

BUSMHR 3541 - Global Innovation and Entrepreneurial Leadership (3)

Field study projects to introduce students to venture capital, private equity, technology commercialization and new venture strategy.

BUSMHR 3542 - The Accelerator: Planning the Entrepreneurial Venture (3)

Practicum experience for exploring personal entrepreneurship and creating new ventures.

BUSMHR 3543 - Franchising (3)

Planning, building, and leading franchise organizations and franchising as a growth strategy.

BUSMHR 3660 - Innovation Practice (3)

Theory and application of innovation processes and frameworks for commercial application.

BUSMHR 3661 - Managing Creativity and Ideation (3)

Studies theory, research and practice in design thinking, intuition, ideation to develop a middle-brain competency and capability.

BUSMHR 3665 - Personal Creativity and Innovation (3)

Exploration of how people, places and practices foster personal creativity.

BUSMHR 4020 - Cross Cultural Management (3)

Basic elements of culture and its impact upon business.

BUSMHR 4021 - Institutions of the International Business Environment (3)

Major international institutions and the role they play in international business and commerce.

BUSMHR 4023 - Internal Negotiations (3)

How to effectively negotiate and make deals in cross-cultural contexts.

BUSMHR 4024 - Group International Projects for Students Studying Abroad (3)

Introduction to culture, communication and interactions for students who will be traveling abroad as well as an ongoing project while students are away.

BUSMHR 4220 - Negotiation and Conflict Management (3)

Introduction to the psychology of bargaining and negotiation, the dynamics of interpersonal and intergroup conflict and its resolution; emphasis on analyzing bargaining and conflict relationships.

BUSMHR 4221 - Concepts and Competencies for Managing People (3)

Application of concepts to managing oneself and others in real work situations includes practice of behavioral skills such as delegation, persuasion and performance feedback.

BUSMHR 4232 - Leading and Managing Change (3)

The issues and challenges of successfully leading and managing organizational change; design and implementation of change, with emphasis primarily on successful implementation.

BUSMHR 4320 - Human Resource Management in a Market Economy (3)

Application of economic theory to organizations and labor markets; emphasis on the role of labor market analysis in human resource decision making.

BUSMHR 4321 - International Labor and Human Resource Management (3)

Examination of the human resource challenges that emerge in multi-national organizations; emphasis on issues to be considered when preparing oneself and others for international assignments.

BUSMHR 4322 - Human Resource Learning: Training and Development (3)

Introduction to concepts and organization practices associated with designing, implementing, and evaluating different types of employee training and development programs.

BUSMHR 4323 - Human Resource Practices and the Law (3)

Review of federal laws and administrative bodies regulating employee management in the workplace; emphasis on gaining practical skills for managing human resource issues legally.

BUSMHR 4324 - Staffing: Concepts and Competencies for Acquiring Talent (3)

Introduction to the scientific, legal, and administrative issues associated with the recruitment, hiring, and placement of individuals by organizations.

BUSMHR 4325 - Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining (3)

Examination of basic aspects of labor relations and collective bargaining including labor history, labor law, union structure and governance, labor-management bargaining, and contract administration.

BUSMHR 4326 - Compensation and Benefits Administration (3)

Provides a comprehensive framework and state-of-the art tools for designing compensation systems via assessment of organizational needs, internal and external equity and compensation administration.

BUSMHR 4327 - Strategic Career Development (3)

Understanding career development as an integral component of work.

BUSMHR 4328 - Performance Management (3)

Measure and develop performance of individuals and groups to align performance with organization's strategic objectives.

BUSMHR 4330 - Strategic Human Resource Management (3)

Examination of a strategic perspective for managing employees that emphasizes the use of ethical practices and evaluates how practices fit together with organizational objectives.

BUSMHR 4490 - Strategic Management (3)

Introduction to the concepts and analytic tools in the field of strategic management to understand the competitive position of firms.

BUSMHR 4490H - Strategic Management (3)

Introduction to the concepts and analytic tools in the field of strategic management to understand the competitive position of firms.

BUSMHR 4550 - Capstone in Entrepreneurship: Starting a Business (3)

Students will start a business, including all aspects involved in a start-up; second half of the course is a one-semester independent based on their start-up experience; this immersion course is required to earn an Entrepreneurship Distinction and Fellowship designation.

BUSMHR 4520E - Leading High Performance Ventures (3)

Focuses on concepts, frameworks, skills, and tools that enable a start-up to become a sustainable enterprise that creates jobs. Option availalbe for honors students to do extra work for Honors credit.

BUSMHR 4570 - Establishing Import-Export Firms (3)

To teach students how to get an export business started, how to compete in a global market and how to expand the business globally.

BUSMHR 4998 - Undergraduate Research in Management and Human Resources (1-3)

Undergraduate research in Management and Human Resources for non-honors students.

BUSMHR 4998H - Honors Research (1-3)

Undergraduate research in Management and Human Resources; research evaluated through papers, thesis, and/or special examinations.

BUSMHR 5530 - Topics in Social Entrepreneurship (3)

Developing a business plan in social entrepreneurship.

Graduate Courses

BUSMHR 7010 - Advanced Topics in Multinational Business (1.5)

Examination of topics in international business, including the role of cultural and political systems, trade and FDI, and multinational enterprise.

BUSMRH 7011 - International Business Simulation (1.5)

Along with business schools in other countries, students have the opportunity to become enmeshed in an international business simulation.

BUSMHR 7012 - International Strategy (1.5)

Comprehensive study of policy and strategy formulation of firms in an international context with simulated cross-cultural negotiations, and the development of an international strategy for a local firm.

BUSMHR 7013 - China and Its Global Business Implications (1.5)

Introduction to the historical, economic, cultural, social and geopolitical circumstances of China's rise, and its global business repercussions.

BUSMHR 7014 - Global Management of Intellectual Property (1.5)

Introduction to business features of intellectual property and the ways to manage it successfully.

BUSMHR 7015 - The Globalization of Smaller Firms (1.5)

Field projects in which students have opportunity to apply theory and tools towards solving real-life challenges facing smaller businesses seeking to globalize.

BUSMHR 7016 - Social Enterprise in Base-of-the-Pyramid Markets (1.5)

The role social enterprise organizations play in poverty alleviation and how to develop strategies for accomplishing social and financial objectives.

BUSMHR 7017 - International Projects (3)

Pairs student teams in different countries that, together, identify complementary resources and capabilities that serve as a basis of cross-border cooperation and alliances.

BUSMHR 7020 - Global Labs I (1.5)

Introduction to the region in which students will travel, including a discussion of the business environment, history, culture and labor markets.

BUSMHR 7021 - Global Labs II (1.5)

Classroom instruction, project work, cultural and site visits, service learning to study business in selected regions of the world.

BUSMHR 7022 - Global Labs III (0.5-4)

Travel portion of Global Labs, following introduction to the region in which students will travel, including a discussion of the business environment, history, and culture and labor markets; students earn 0.5 credits for each week in country.

BUSMHR 7191 - Advanced Experience in Labor and Human Resources: Internship (3)

Supervised practical experience relating to labor and human resources.

BUSMHR 7192 - Human Resource Management: Tutorial (3)

Preparation of investigative paper relating course work to specific problem in labor and human resources.

BUSMHR 7220 - Personal Leadership Effectiveness (3)

The ability to successfully execute any project or assignment; attaining mastery in identifying, resolving problems, gaining mastery in causing results in any condition/circumstance.

BUSMHR 7221 - Leadership Values and Decision Making (1.5)

The importance of character, values and integrity to personal and organizational leadership; includes cases, lecture, readings and speakers.

BUSMHR 7222 - Advanced Topics in Leadership: Building Your Leadership Legacy (1.5)

Development of a personal leadership legacy designed to achieve career goals and improve leadership skills.

BUSMHR 7223 - Advanced Topics in Leadership Effectiveness: Strategy Implementation (1.5)

Study strategy needed for organizational alignment; implementation, execution of strategic priorities; and organizational culture, leadership, structure, communications, compensation, metrics relative to effective execution of strategy.

BUSMHR 7224 - Organizational Turnarounds (1.5)

Case studies of organizational turnarounds.

BUSMHR 7225 - Crisis Leadership (1.5)

Studies of leaders and organizations facing crises to understand how to be successful in handling such challenges.

BUSMHR 7226 - Foundations of Transformative Leadership I (1.5)

Focuses on the context in which people engage in leading and practicing effective leadership and how they change their context.

BUSMHR 7227 - Foundations of Transformative Leadership II (1.5)

Focuses on the context in which people engage in leading and practicing effective leadership and how they change their context.

BUSMHR 7230 - Developing High Performance Teams (1.5)

Groups and teams are becoming a way of life in organizations; however, myths and misconceptions about teams abound and often stand in the way of effective teamwork. The purpose of this course is to teach the theory and processes of group and team behavior so that you can successfully manage groups and work effectively in a variety of group settings. The course is intended for students who seek greater understanding of teams and who wish to increase their competence in managing and working effectively in these contexts.

BUSMHR 7231.02 - Building Professional Services (1.5)

Innovative ideas for building professional service organizations; best practices; strategies; market trends/service capabilities at product-centric companies; cultural issues facing service businesses within product companies. Cross Functional Elective.

BUSMHR 7232 - Leading and Managing Change (1.5)

The issues and challenges of successfully leading and managing organizational change; design and implementation of change, with emphasis primarily on successful implementation.

BUSMHR 7240 - Managerial Negotiations (1.5)

Exploration of the major concepts and theories of the psychology of bargaining and negotiation, and the dynamics of interpersonal and intergroup conflicts and their resolution.

BUSMHR 7241 - Advanced Managerial Negotiation (1.5)

Extend and enhance knowledge about, and skills in negotiation processes in a managerial context.

BUSMHR 7242 - International Negotiations and Deal Making (1.5)

How to effectively negotiate and make deals in cross-cultural contexts.

BUSMHR 7243 - Power and Influence (1.5)

Course covers how to diagnose distribution of power in organizations, identify strategies for building sources of power, develop techniques for motivating and influencing others, and understand the manager's role in building cooperation and leading. 

BUSMHR 7244 - Negotiations (3)

Highlight the components of an effective negotiation and teach students to analyze their own behavior in negotiations. Largely experiential, course provides students with an opportunity to develop their skills by participating in negotiations and integrating their experiences with the principles presented in the assigned readings and course discussions. 

BUSMHR 7260 - Organizational Behavior for Specialized Masters (1.5)

Introduction to topics in organizational behavior with a focus on applications for MBLE students.

BUSMHR 7261 - Leadership for Specialized Masters (1.5)

Introduction to topics in leadership with a focus on applications for specialized business masters students.

BUSMHR 7262 - Organizational Behavior for SMB (3)

An overview of factors that influence individual work performance and techniques; analytical frameworks for determining effectiveness of given techniques in specific circumstances.

BUSMHR 7263 - Leadership for SMB Finance Students (1.5)

An overview of factors that influence individual work performance and techniques; analytical frameworks for determining effectiveness of given techniques in specific circumstances.

BUSMHR 7264 - Leadership, Talent Management, and Organizational Behavior in Health Sciences (2)

Provides an overview of factors that influence individual and team performance and techniques to improve it with an emphasis on the businesses in life sciences and healthcare for managerial decision making.

BUSMHR 7301 - Conceptual and Historical Foundations of Labor and Human Resource Management (1.5)

The history of human resources and its role in organizations and society.

BUSMHR 7302 - Markets, Organizations, and HRM (1.5)

The employment relationship from an economic perspective; economic analysis applied to important managerial decisions involving the coordination and motivation of organizational members.

BUSMHR 7303 - Human Resource Management Research Methods (1.5)

Examination of the concepts, methods, and tools needed to conduct and evaluate research for effective human resources management decision making.

BUSMHR 7304 - Talent Management (1.5)

Overview of concepts, practices, issues and learnings related to strategically managing talent to develop global organizational capability and meet strategic business goals and objectives.

BUSMHR 7305 - Contemporary Employment Practices and the Law (1.5)

Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, The Equal Pay Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Civil Rights Act of 1967, and federal affirmation action program.

BUSMHR 7306 - Understanding Teams & Leadership for Human Resource Managers (1.5)

A focus on the manger's role in dealing with individuals and work teams; other topics include work, design, communications, leadership and motivation.

BUSMHR 7307 - Performance Management (1.5)

Measure and develop performance of individuals and groups, and align performance with organization's strategic objectives; methods, theories, research findings, and issues regarding employee performance in organizations.

BUSMHR 7308 - Organizational Development and Change (1.5)

A practical and pragmatic investigation into the conduct of change in organizations in order to improve organization performance.

BUSMHR 7309 - Strategic Management of Human Assets (1.5)

Theory and research regarding teamwork and leadership, to enhance understanding/build skills in team leadership, membership, change and followership.

BUSMHR 7310 - Labor Relations (1.5)

Examination of the basic elements of labor-management relations, including the process and content of collective bargaining.

BUSMHR 7311 - Staffing Organizations (3)

Introduction to the scientific, legal, and administrative issues associated with the recruitment, hiring, and placement of individuals by organizations.

BUSMHR 7313 - Total Rewards/Compensation (3)

Introduction to pay systems including job evaluation, pay surveys, performance appraisals, and benefits.

BUSMHR 7314 - Designing Effective Organizational Learning Systems (3)

Study of training processes including strategic training, needs assessment, transfer of training, learning, training methods, evaluation and employee development; based on theory, research and best practices.

BUSMHR 7320 - Fundamentals of Business Excellence I (3)

Organizational, functional, and technical knowledge of business functions and issues for future HR professionals.

BUSMHR 7321 - Fundamentals of Business Excellence II (3)

Focus on developing specialized knowledge of functional areas and process in modern organizations.

BUSMHR 7322 - Fundamentals of Business Excellence III (3)

Presentation of the strategic and tactical issues related to effective implementation and practice in HR.

BUSMHR 7325 - Human Resource Problem Solving (1.5)

A capstone course that engages students in diagnosing and solving human resource problems.

BUSMHR 7335 - Managing Diversity (1.5)

Best practices and innovative ideas in managing diversity, the impact of diversity within and outside the organization, and how diversity creates value for an organization.

BUSMHR 7350 - International Human Resources (1.5)

Exposure to the human resource management practices of selected countries and understanding why such differences exist.

BUSMHR 7412 - Competitive Analysis (1.5)

Tools to identify, parse, and analyze the economic and market data necessary to complete a comprehensive strategic analysis of business competition; application of major steps in industry analysis, competitive positioning, capability analysis, competitor analysis, and some private equity valuation. 

BUSMHR 7413 - Advanced Strategic Analysis (1.5)

Advanced analysis focusing on competitive dynamics between close competitors as well as changes in the environment; advanced Strategic Analysis provides students with a strategic perspective on management in complex, knowledge-intensive, and dynamic environments; the course introduces new tools and frameworks to consider how to evaluate highly uncertain investment proposals and whether and how to capture value from intangible, knowledge-based assets.

BUSMHR 7414 - Vertical Integration and Diversification (1.5)

A study of corporate strategies and actions firms take to gain competitive advantages: strategies studied will include vertical integration, outsourcing and firm performance; course introduces the concepts associated with transaction cost economics, resource based view, and real options as applied to vertical integration and diversification decisions. 

BUSMHR 7415 - Corporate Diversification (1.5)

A study of corporate strategies and actions firms take to gain competitive advantages: strategies studied will include corporate diversification and mergers and acquisitions.

BUSMHR 7418 - Strategic Corporate Restructuring (1.5)

Focuses on understanding the conditions in the external and internal environment of the firm that necessitates restructuring.

BUSMHR 7420 - Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Development (1.5)

Analyzes mechanisms underlying the creation and destruction of value in M&A by studying issues such as drivers of M&A, value creation strategies, valuation and integration.

BUSMHR 7421 - Intopia: Applied Competitive Strategy (3)

Focuses on international operations business simulation INTOPIA and student's companies operations in it; each company must be well prepared to make and execute decisions.

BUSMHR 7422 - Strategic Bankruptcy (1.5)

Focuses on understanding the conditions that necessitate a restructuring in bankruptcy.

BUSMHR 7423 - Strategic Dynamics (1.5)

Explores the strategic concepts and techniques used to manage the dynamic conditions of uncertainty and competition to obtain a competitive advantage.

BUSMHR 7424 - Strategic Implementation (1.5)

Utilization of theories from strategic management in practice.

BUSMHR 7425 - Strategic Alliances (1.5)

Strategic alliances in the global economy, their increasing numbers, and how to make such alliances work.

BUSMHR 7430 - Business Solutions Teams (3)

Engage teams of MBA students in solution of business problems for real world companies which serve as clients.

BUSMHR 7460 - Innovation Management (1.5)

Different types of technological, market and organizational problem in technology or product life cycle.

BUSMHR 7461 - Technology and Innovation Strategy (1.5)

How technology strategy may lead to creation/persistence of competitive advantage; in contrast to the core strategy course, provides series of strategic frameworks for managing high-tech businesses.

BUSMHR 7500 - Resolving Social Conflict (3)

Multidisciplinary examination of social conflict, its dynamics and negotiated resolution; offers a broad-based framework for diagnosing and managing conflict applied to legal, environmental, organizational and geopolitical conflict.

BUSMHR 7520 - Entrepreneurship and Introduction to Business Plans (1.5)

Experiential opportunities in entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial concepts, and basics about business plans.

BUSMHR 7521 - Professionalizing the Business Plan (1.5)

Financing and launching the student business plan.

BUSMHR 7522 - Entrepreneurship and the Business Plan (3)

Experiential opportunities in entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial concepts, and financing and executing the business plan.

BUSMHR 7525 - Global Innovation and Entrepreneurial Leadership (1.5)

Field study projects to introduce venture capital, private equity, technology commercialization and new venture strategy.

BUSMHR 7526 - Advanced Topics in Entrepreneurship (1.5)

Topics involved in starting a retail or product business such as financing, how to start franchising, how to organize boards, and how to find attorneys.

BUSMHR 7530 - Technology, Entrepreneurship and Commercialization (3)

Proven techniques and proprietary protocols for estimating the commercial potential of new technologies, qualifying market opportunities, and designing competitive entry strategies.

BUSMHR 7531 - Technology Venture Lab (3)

Executing the "live" launch of new ventures utilizing lean startup principles, the business model canvas and the customer discovery process for creating scalable, investment-worthy ventures.

BUSMHR 7533 - Managing a Not-for-Profit Business (3)

General introduction and business analysis of not-for-profit businesses and business solutions to issues facing not-for-profit leaders; focus will be the fundraising model implemented at the university; topics will include administration, finance, resource development, donor relations, capital campaigns, event planning and volunteer management.

BUSMHR 7535 - The Accelerator (1.5)

Practicum experience for exploring personal entrepreneurship and creating new ventures.

BUSMHR 7610 - Business Ethics (1.5)

Developing ethical perspectives in the business environment for use in managerial decision-making using readings, case discussion, lectures, and speaker presentations.

BUSMHR 7611 - International Corporate Compliance and Ethics Governance (1.5)

Managers face increasing compliance standards for multinational enterprises that governments view as reducing corruption and promoting ethical business practices; anti-corruption prohibitions, codes of conduct, and model ethics guidelines are no longer limited to business conducted solely with governments, but also apply to NGO's.

BUSMHR 7620 - Enhancing Professional Exchange for Ph.D. students (1.5)

PhD students will learn to deliver well thought-out presentations in a variety of settings to different audiences with specific outcomes.

BUSMHR 7628 - Advanced Personal Communication (1.5)

Builds on the baseline skills developed in MBA 6281.01 Professional Development. Focus is on key elements of style and "polishing up techniques" for presentations. Evaluation and critique move to a secondary level, where presentations are improved and strategies are formed for next steps. This advanced course puts more focus on impromptu and organization techniques in presentation. 

BUSMHR 7630 - Creativity: Skills and Practice (1.5)

How people, places, practices foster creativity; reading from academic, spiritual, confessional, & self-help literature on creativity, productivity, happiness, & experience; assignments of daily writing and self-assessments of personal creativity.

BUSMHR 7640 - Strategies for Business Sustainability: Principles and Concepts (1.5)

Examination of the principles and concepts involved in developing sustainable businesses.

BUSMHR 7641 - Strategies for Business Sustainability: Applications and Solutions (1.5)

Examination of the applications and solutions involved in developing sustainable businesses.

BUSMHR 7642 - Project Experience in Business Sustainability (3)

Students engage in projects that focus on business sustainability issues.

BUSMHR 7660 - Innovation Practice (1.5)

Theory and application of innovation practices as well as a framework for commercial application.

BUSMHR 7661 - Innovations in Digital and ecommerce Management (1.5)

Management process and strategies for the successful development, launch and ongoing execution of innovative online, transaction based e-commerce.

BUSMHR 7662 - Creativity and Ideation (1.5)

Importance and role that creativity and ideation play in the management and leadership of successful businesses.

BUSMHR 7663 - Issues in Organizational Innovation (1.5)

Exploration of factors that underlie and enhance the process of innovation in organizations.

BUSMHR 7665 - Innovation Field Studies (1.5)

Diagnosing and solving real-world innovation problems. 

BUSMHR 7689 - Washington Campus (1.5-3)

Week-long program with presentations by Washington policy-makers, trips to agencies, and participation in congressional simulation.

BUSMHR 7703 - Leadership, Talent Management, and Organizational Behavior in Health Sciences (2)

Provides an overview of factors that influence individual and team performance and techniques to improve it with an emphasis on the businesses in the life sciences and healthcare for managerial decision making.

BUSMHR 7714 - Strategy and Competitive Analysis for Health Sciences (1.5)

Course focuses on creation of long term value for organizations in the health sciences industry and provides practical tools for strategic analysis of industries and individual practices for competitive strategies.

Graduated Courses - PhD

BUSMHR 8001 - Seminar: Seminar in International Business (1.5)

A critical study of current theories and research methodologies and findings in the field of International Business.

BUSMHR 8002.01 - Advanced Seminar: Selected Issues in International Business I (1.5)

Current and key issues in international management analyzed from an interdisciplinary perspective.

BUSMHR 8002.02 - Advanced Seminar: Selected Issues in International Business II (1.5)

Additional current and key issues in international management analyzed from an interdisciplinary perspective.

BUSMHR 8201 - Management Seminar: Seminar in Organizational Behavior (1.5)

Discussions of theory and research on organizational behavior.

BUSMHR 8202.01 - Advanced Seminar: Selected Issues in Organizational Behavior I (1.5)

Advanced discussions of theory and research on organizational behavior.

BUSMHR 8202.02 - Advanced Seminar: Selected Issues in Organizational Behavior II (1.5)

Additional advanced discussions of theory and research on organizational behavior.

BUSMHR 8203 - Seminar: Seminar in Organizational Theory (1.5)

Theory, research on environmental and structural characteristics of formal organizations, and their correlations with particular emphasis on management of the organization in dynamic, global environment.

BUSMHR 8301 - Management Seminar: Seminar in Human Resource Management (1.5)

Discussions of theory and research that serve as a foundation for the fields of human resources.

BUSMHR 8302.01 - Advanced Seminar: Selected Issues in Human Resources Management I (1.5)

Advanced discussions of theory and research on human resource management.

BUSMHR 8302.02 - Advanced Seminar: Selected Issues in Human Resources Management II (1.5)

Additional advanced discussions of theory and research on human resource management.

BUSMHR 8401 - Management Seminar: Seminar in Strategic Management (1.5)

An examination of the concepts, models, theories, and research underlying contemporary thinking on strategic management.

BUSMHR 8402.01 - Advanced Seminar: Selected Issues in Strategic Management I (1.5)

Advanced discussions of current theoretical developments and research in the business policy and strategic management field.

BUSMHR 8402.02 - Advanced Seminar: Selected Issues in Strategic Management II (1.5)

Additional advanced discussions on current theoretical developments and research in the business policy and strategic management field.

BUSMHR 8501 - Management Seminar: Seminar in Entrepreneurship (1.5)

Discussions of theory and research in Entrepreneurship.

BUSMHR 8502.01 - Advanced Seminar: Selected Issues in Entrepreneurship I (1.5)

Advanced discussions of theory and research in Entrepreneurship.

BUSMHR 8502.02 - Advanced Seminar: Selected Issues in Entrepreneurship II (1.5)

Additional advanced discussions of theory and research in Entrepreneurship.

BUSMHR 8601 - Management Seminar: Micro Foundations of Management (1.5)

An examination of the micro foundations, theories, and models underlying the field of management.

BUSMHR 8602 - Management Seminar: Macro Foundations of Management (1.5)

An examination of the macro foundations, theories, and models underlying the field of management.

BUSMHR 8610 - Preparing Manuscripts for Management Journals (1.5)

Students will work on skills needed to translate research into publishable papers.

BUSMHR 8780 - Introduction to Micro Research Methods in Management (1.5)

Introduction to research design and methodology as it relates to the study of micro organizational phenomena.

BUSMHR 8781 - Introduction to Macro Research Methods in Management (1.5)

Introduction to research design and methodology as it relates to the study of macro organizational phenomena.