Academic Catalog 2021-2022

Executive Master of Bus Adm (EMBA)

ACCT 631  Sem: Managerial Acctg  (3 Credits)  

SEMINAR IN MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (3) An examination of the theoretical and practical issues involved in managerial accounting. Emphasis is on contemporary issues in managerial accounting. (Prerequisites: ACCT 231 or ACCT 636.)

Prerequisite(s): ACCT 231 or ACCT 636

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Department of Accounting

BADM 630  Managerial Communication  (3 Credits)  

BADM 630 MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION (3) Development of oral and written communication skills, including the use of current computer technology.

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept of Business Admin.

FIN 621  Fin & Econ Anal  (3 Credits)  

The business principles using a managerial approach to financial and economic analysis. Covers theories of consumer, firm, and markets with emphasis on managerial decision-making; applied topics include demand estimation, forecasting, exchange rates and exports, and long-term investment.

Prerequisite(s): ECON 231 and ECON 232 and FIN 301 and MGSC 239

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

FIN 652  Managerial Finance  (3 Credits)  

The theory and practice of financial decision making, including tools and techniques for making financial decisions, including those arising from globalization and ethical challenges.

Prerequisite(s): FIN 301 and MGSC 624

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

FIN 675  Energy Finance  (3 Credits)  

Introduction to financial analysis, project selection, financing and dividend policies. Energy industry fundamentals and performance are discussed. Data and cases are utilized to address financial and decision-making issues in the energy industry.

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

FIN 685  Energy Trading  (3 Credits)  

Introduction to financial derivatives including futures, options, and swaps used by traders in the energy industry. Emphasis is placed on the framework for various hedging and risk management objectives.

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

FIN 695  Financial Valuation Modeling  (3 Credits)  

This course provides a review of natural gas, oil and petroleum products, coal, liquefied natural gas and electricity including energy forecasting and supply and cost curves. Three hours of lecture per week. Prerequisite: FIN 301.

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept Finance & Economics

MGMT 636  Organizational & Mgmt Theory  (3 Credits)  

ORGANIZATIONAL AND MANAGEMENT THEORY (3) Individual, group and inter-group behavior within organizations in the context of technological change, workforce diversity, ethical challenges, and globalization.

Prerequisite(s): MGMT 300

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept of Business Admin.

MGMT 646  Graduate Seminar in Mgmt  (3 Credits)  

GRADUATE SEMINAR IN MANAGEMENT (3) In-depth exploration of selected topics in organization and management theory with special emphasis on leadership and ethics.

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept of Business Admin.

MGMT 670  Global Strategic Mgmt  (3 Credits)  

670 GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (3) A cross-functional approach to the analysis of strategic decision making in the context of a global economy.

Prerequisite(s): MGMT 636 and FIN 652 and ACCT 631 and MKTG 650

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept of Business Admin.

MGSC 624  Statistical Methods  (3 Credits)  

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS (3) Use of statistical techniques for business research, analysis, and forecasting. It includes regression analysis and other econometric tools and the use of computer software.

Prerequisite(s): MGSC 239 and MGSC 302

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept of Business Admin.

MGSC 625  Supply Chain Management  (3 Credits)  

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (3) The course will provide an introduction to Supply Chain Management and the role of information systems in managing supply chains.

Prerequisite(s): MGSC 302

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept of Business Admin.

MIS 671  Introduction to MIS  (3 Credits)  

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (3) The use of information technology to analyze business problems. It includes the development of computer software skills.

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept of Business Admin.

MIS 677  E-Commerce  (3 Credits)  

E-COMMERCE (3) Exposure to the use of Internet for business-to-business communications, logistics and supply chain management, financial markets, digital payments, marketing etc. (Prerequisites: MIS 674; MIS 676.)

Prerequisite(s): MIS 674 and MIS 676

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept of Business Admin.

MKTG 650  Sem Mktg Probs  (3 Credits)  

STRATEGIC MARKETING MANAGEMENT (3) Key marketing problems of domestic and international organizations, including those arising from issues related to globalization, environmental protection, ethical issues, social trends, and legal constraints. (Prerequisites: MKTG 306 or equivalent.)

Prerequisite(s): MKTG 306

College/School: JHJ School Of Business

Department: Dept of Business Admin.