|BM||51103||Leadership & Strategic Management||3|
|BM||52103||Data Analysis for Decision Making||3|
|ENT||60103||Foundation of Entrepreneurship||3|
|BM||63103||Applied Business Experience||3|
This course examines the underlying economics of successful business strategy, including the dynamics of entering an industry, the strategic imperatives of competitive markets, the sources of competitive advantage, managing competitive interaction (cooperation and preemption), bargaining situations, the impact of information distribution and the financial implications of strategic economics.
This course is designed to prepare students for a dynamic profession in which managers plan, analyze, make decisions, evaluate results, solve problems, supervise, lead, train, and learn. Therefore, managers require a number of skills and abilities to perform a multiplicity of tasks and functions. Management offers a challenging field with unlimited opportunities in a variety of areas including profit and non-profit organizations and government agencies.
The ever-increasing capacity of computers to analyze data and the explosion of the amount of data available has resulted in an increased role for data analysis as an aid to business decision making. This course exposes you to the most important ideas and methods relevant for data analysis in a business context. Emphasizing practical applications to real problems, the course covers sampling, descriptive statistics, probability distributions, and regression analysis.
This course is an introduction to the accounting system, from the transaction through the preparation and analysis of the financial statements. Accounting and related business concepts will be studied. An emphasis will be placed on using accounting information for business purposes using software tools.