MGMT111W Organizational Communications
Emphasizes management of spoken and written communication. Reviews English grammar, usage and style as applied to business writing. Introduces dictation techniques, identifies and applies basic plans of composition to letters and memos, and introduces strategies for arranging and participating in employment interviews.
MGMT112W Introduction to Business Logic and Ethics
This course will incorporate logic and problem solving with various business applications to deal with ethical issues. Case problems will be systematically analyzed to better understand the concepts involved in making business management decisions. Team debates on ethical issues will involve research and planning.
MGMT116W Outdoor Recreation Management Internship I
Internship education contains a delivery method that relates classroom learning to the real world of work. By integrating primarily a winter sports work experience into the student's program of studies, the student will grow in both maturity and experience. Students will be responsible for obtaining a paid or unpaid, part time position in the community for the duration of 90 hours. Students will summarize their continuous work experience in a portfolio by contrasting and comparing their college studies in Management, Customer Service, Marketing, Environmental, General Business and other college related courses.
MGMT118W Foundations of Leadership
In this course, students will examine the outlook, skills, and behavior essential to successful leadership. Topics include leadership theory, motivation, group dynamics, communication, management, status, power and politics, as well as organization culture and ethics. Students will develop an approach to the leadership style that works for them while at the same time exploring techniques to develop leadership skills in others. The focus of the course is to bridge the distance between leadership theory and management practice.
MGMT120W Process Logic and Continuous Improvement
Companies are looking for people who are team leaders and problem-solvers who can regularly improve processes within their local areas and functions. This course provides an in-depth understanding of how companies improve processes and analyze performance data, identify inefficiencies and problems, pinpoint root causes, and institute new protocols to greatly improve performance. Common methods from Lean and Six Sigma methodologies and other sources are covered and applied to processes in all different fields such as financial, customer service, logistics, manufacturing, etc. Both case studies and participant situations will be used to apply the methods, tools and checklists during the course.
MGMT121W Sales Force Management
(3 Credits) A strong focus on leadership, technology, innovation and ethics are needed today in the business world. This course provides students with multifaceted sales communication approaches, leadership, and an understanding about the relationship between marketing and sales functions. The three interrelated parts of management framework- such as, formulation of a sales program, implementation of the sales program, and evaluation and control of the sales program, will be discussed in this course. Cialdini’s Six Principles of Persuasion will be evaluated and analyzed throughout the course.
The focus will be on both marketing theory and practice. The text will introduce consumerism, pricing, motivation and sales promotion. The student will be responsible for writing a marketing plan for a department at the college and implementing parts of the plan.
MGMT214W Management & Teamwork
Provides an active learning environment where management skills of developing self-awareness, managing stress, solving problems creatively, communicating supportively, motivating others, managing conflict and building teams will be explored. The importance of attitude, success as a team member, human relations and sensitivity to issues in the workplace are emphasized.
MGMT215W Business Law
Covers the legal system with regard to business, contracts, sales, commercial paper, agency and employment, partnerships and corporations, risk bearing devices and property.
MGMT216W Project Management Seminar
Students will develop an ability to analyze business excellence and management shortcomings. As seniors in their last semester, students will be able to use management theories and applications to develop their own managerial style with confidence. Students will use presentation software (PowerPoint or Astound) to present an employee training session in a team that involves a majority of management subjects taken at the college.
MGMT218W Small Business Management
Designed to give students an overview of the requirements of owning and operating a small business. Entrepreneurial ventures, marketing and managing small businesses, financial and administrative controls and the social and legal environment are covered.
MGMT224W Management Internship
The student will secure a position with a local business for 60 hours to observe, work with and be evaluated by experienced managers. The management competencies to be demonstrated will be determined by student, employer and instructor consensus.
MGMT225W Outdoor Recreation Management Internship II
Internship education contains a delivery method that relates classroom learning to the real world of work. By integrating primarily a summer sports work experience into the student's program of studies the student will grow in both maturity and experience. Students will be responsible for obtaining a paid or unpaid, part time position in the community for the duration of 135 hours. Students will summarize their continuous work experience in a portfolio by contrasting and comparing their college studies in Management, Customer Service, Marketing, Environmental, General Business and other college related courses.
MGMT230W Leadership and Strategic Management
This course is a capstone, integrative course for graduating business administration students. This course focuses on how firms and managers formulate, implement, and evaluate strategies. Students will use all the knowledge acquired from prior management courses, coupled with new strategic-management and leadership techniques learned, to chart the future direction of different organizations. The major responsibility in this course will be to make objective strategic decisions and to justify and implement them through oral and written communication.