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Management - UG (MGMT)

Courses

MGMT 201  Principles of Management  3 Credits (3,0)

A comprehensive overview of relevant management principles and practices as applied in organizations with focus on management theories, philosophies, and functions; Focus on the nature, operating principles, activities, and theories that form the basis for the management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Pre-Requisite: ENGL 221 or ENGL 222 for students enrolled in College of Business programs.

MGMT 203  Management for Aeronautical Science  3 Credits (3,0)

An introductory course in aeronautics to provide students an orientation in aviation and other aerospace related topics appropriate to management degree programs. Subjects include: aviation careers; the science of flight; aviation safety managerial responsibilities; passenger and cargo security issues; safety and human factors issues; aircraft airworthiness certifications; aviation resources; the aviation environment; and meteorology.
Prerequisites: MGMT 201

MGMT 299  Special Topics in Management  1-4 Credit (1-4,0)

These are individual independent or directed studies of selected topics in management. Pre-Requisite: Consent of instructor and approval of the department chair.

MGMT 325  Social Responsibility and Ethics in Management  3 Credits (3,0)

Inquiry into ethics and social responsibility for managers. Economic, legal, political, environmental, technological social issues. Interactions between government, business, and society.
Prerequisites: MGMT 201

MGMT 399  Special Topics in Management  1-4 Credit (1-4,0)

These are individual independent or directed studies of selected topics in management. Pre-Requisite: Consent of instructor and approval of the department chair.

MGMT 408  Airport Management  3 Credits (3,0)

Management and operation of the commercial service airports in the United States, emphasis on airport system facilities including landside, airside and airspace; rules and regulations governing airport operations, funding programs, airport security policies economic, political, environmental, and social role of airports.
Prerequisites: MGMT 201

MGMT 412  Airport Planning and Design  3 Credits (3,0)

Principles and essential elements of current U.S. and international airport planning and design trends; airport master planning and layout plans; geometric design and layout of the airfield and terminal facilities; obstruction analysis; signage and lighting; forecasting; airside and landside interface; capacity and delay effects; environmental planning.
Prerequisites: MGMT 201 and MGMT 408 and STAT 211 or STAT 222

MGMT 415  Airline Management  3 Credits (3,0)

Administrative aspects of airline operation and management; annual profit plan, uniform system of accounts and reports, demand analysis, scheduling, the theory of pricing, fleet planning, facilities planning, and airline financing.
Prerequisites: MGMT 201

MGMT 416  Space Tourism  3 Credits (3,0)

Space tourism is one of the hottest topics in the aerospace business today and the future of travel. The focus on this course is on understanding the developing space tourism business, the market, cost engineering, marketing, delivery vehicles, and safe operations. Specific topics include suborbital and orbital space flight, delivery vehicle capability, market demand, market supply, regulations, and safety. As part of this class, students will prepare a business plan or objectively assess technologies required for a safe space tourism flight.
Prerequisites: MGMT 201

MGMT 426  International Aviation Management  3 Credits (3,0)

The student will perform an investigation of international aviation management and its three elements: the nature of international aviation business; working in a foreign environment; and managing in an international environment.
Prerequisites: MGMT 201 and MKTG 311 and FINE 332 and ACCT 210 or ACCT 312

MGMT 436  Strategic Management  3 Credits (3,0)

This course introduces students to strategic management principles involving strategy, formulation, implementation, evaluation and organization analysis are studied. Case analysis, employing strategic management principles, is used to solve and examine organizational problems. Total Quality Management concepts are studied for improvement of organizational effectiveness.
Prerequisites: ECON 210 ECON 211 MGMT 201 ACCT 210 MMIS 221 MKTG 311 ACCT 312 OBLD 317 MGMT 325 FINE 332 BUSW 335 BUSW 390 and LGMT 420

MGMT 499  Special Topics in Management  1-4 Credit (1-4,0)

These are individual independent or directed studies of selected topics in management. Pre-Requisite: Consent of instructor and approval of the department chair.