School of Management (SOM)
School of Management
301 Business Models: A Learning by Writing Introduction (3:3:0). Prerequisites:
"C" or better in ENGL 302, DESC 210, and ACCT 203. The fundamentals
of business models are introduced and writing as a learning tool is emphasized.
Interrelationships among accounting, finance, information systems, marketing,
and operations will be the subject of several "learning by writing"
401 International Business (3:3:0). (Requires 48 credits
of course work.) Provides a multidisciplinary approach to the globalization
of production and markets. Introduces globalization in the context of international
institutions and cross-cultural values, theories of international trade and investment,
the global financial system, and international business strategy, while simultaneously
enabling students to absorb and sharpen global competencies.
498 Capstone Course: Advanced Business Models (3:3:0). Prerequisites:
ACCT 301, DESC 301, FNAN 301, MGMT 301, and MKTG 301, and senior standing.
This course is to be taken in the student's final semester. An advanced integrated
exploration of business models and industry dynamics that uses live-case projects
to assess the impact of technology on industry dynamics, competition, business
models, organizational strategy, and firm performance. Students will look at strategic
change in organizations from multiple perspectives integrating knowledge from
their core coursework into a major presentation and paper. Students will receive
coaching from area business leaders as they complete their presentations.