Management for Executives (EMGM)


EMGM 5310 Data Analysis for Managerial Decision Making: 3 semester hours.

The course provides and in-depth introduction to statistics as applied to managerial problems. The emphasis is on conceptual understanding as well as conducting statistical analyses. Course covers a quantitative approach to decision making. Statistical software will be used throughout the course.

EMGM 5311 Executive Leadership: 3 semester hours.

This course addresses topics such as leadership skills necessary at the executive level, building a personal leadership brand, managing personal reputation and image, the nature of strategic thinking, how decision-making changes at different leadership levels within an organization, personal and organizational barriers to execution and implementation, and understanding one's style of relating to and leading others.

EMGM 5330 Executive Topics in Strategy and Policy: 3 semester hours.

The course is intended to provide a broad exposure to strategic management theories and various concepts and developments in this area. It will develop skills necessary to analyze a problem situation, problem identification, strategy formulation, and strategy implementation and evaluation. The process will also focus on the leader's ability to manage the process of strategy formulation and implementation.

EMGM 5340 Operations and Supply Chain Management: 3 semester hours.

This course discusses the systematic design, direction, and control of processes that transform inputs into services and products for customers. The course will focus on how processes can be designed and managed to support the strategic objectives of an organization.

EMGM 5350 Business Ethics and Law: 3 semester hours.

Understand the underlying principles of ethics, related law, integrity, and objectivity for business executives, the audit committee, and external auditors. In addition, the student should be aware of the importance to observe the ethical rules of the professional and regulatory bodies.

EMGM 5390 Capstone Project: 3 semester hours.

This course will provide an opportunity to bring the learning from the EMBA program to bear on a final real world project. The project topic must be original and have bearing to a real world problem.