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2013 - Spring

Hankamer School of Business (BU)

Management (MGT)


MGT 3305
Organizational Behavior
3305   Organizational Behavior                                    
Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.
   This course provides an introduction to the managerial process through a study of the organization as a social system. Emphasis is placed on presenting practical skills that will facilitate the student's transition to the workplace. Topics examined include management philosophy, employee motivation, job satisfaction, managerial effectiveness, leadership, group dynamics, managerial communication, time management, organizational politics, conflict management, creativity and risk taking, and career planning and management.
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01Open451N/A13468MWF0905AM - 0955AMCASHN 3093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
02Open451N/A13470MWF1010AM - 1100AMCASHN 3093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
03Open451N/A13472MWF1115AM - 1205PMCASHN 3093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
06Closed45-1N/A13477MWF1115AM - 1205PMCASHN 1033Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
07Closed450N/A13479MW0230PM - 0345PMCASHN 3093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
08Open451N/A26939MW0230PM - 0345PMCASHN 1093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
09Open452N/A26940MW0400PM - 0515PMCASHN 1093Regular
View BooksCindy WuGet Books
Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
10Closed450N/A28723MWF0800AM - 0850AMCASHN 1093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
11Closed45-2N/A28724MWF0905AM - 0955AMCASHN 1093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
IE1Closed0-3N/A29623----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
For International Exchange students only
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
For International Exchange students only


MGT 3325
Operations Management
3325   Operations Management                                      
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in QBA 2305.
   A survey of the most critical aspects of managing the operation of a business in order to efficiently produce and deliver goods and services to the customer. Topics include decision making, productivity management, inventory analysis, quality assurance, project management, supply chain management, enterprise resource planning, scheduling, and constraint management. This course emphasizes the latest management practices and utilizes computer simulations and other experiential exercises as learning tools. Students also participate in a hands-on project that requires them to apply the concepts
learned in class to a real-world organization.
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01Open351N/A13488MWF0905AM - 0955AMCASHN 1033Regular
View BooksDon SchreiberGet Books
Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
02Open351N/A13490MWF1010AM - 1100AMCASHN 1033Regular
View BooksDon SchreiberGet Books
Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
03Closed35-2N/A13492TR1100AM - 1215PMCASHN 3083Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
04Closed35-3N/A13493TR1230PM - 0145PMCASHN 3083Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
05Open351N/A13495TR0200PM - 0315PMCASHN 1093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
06Open357N/A13497TR0800AM - 0915AMCASHN 4093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
07Open351N/A20161TR1100AM - 1215PMCASHN 4093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
08Closed350N/A23573M0230PM - 0500PMCASHN 1103Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
09Open353N/A24014M0230PM - 0500PMCASHN 4093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
IE1Closed00N/A29624----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
For International Exchange students only


MGT 4320
Negotiating & Conflict Resoltn
4320   Negotiating and Conflict Resolution                        
Prerequisite(s): Junior standing; not open to pre-business students.
   Enhances individual effectiveness in the workplace through the provision of an advanced understanding of negotiating through the development of specific negotiating skills. Discussions and skill-building exercises in the class are focused broadly and include informal and formal negotiations between multiple departments, and so on. Because effective negotiating is fundamental to an individual's survival and prosperity within an organization, knowledge of negotiating concepts and development of negotiation skills are critical.
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03Closed30-1N/A14397MW0230PM - 0345PMCASHN 3083Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
04Open301N/A22376MW0400PM - 0515PMCASHN 3083Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 4330
Project Management
4330   Project Management  (Cross-listed as MIS 4330)
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in MIS 1305 (or equivalent competencies); and MGT 3325; not open to pre-business students.
   This course covers concepts and issues important in effective project management including project planning, budgeting, scheduling, auditing, project termination, and the role of the project manager. Methodologies for monitoring and controlling projects, risk analysis, and resource allocation are also presented. The student will learn how to apply Microsoft Project software to real life projects and learn how to manage projects effectively in both single and multi-project environments. This course is also designed to help the student prepare for certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP).
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01Closed200N/A21746TR1100AM - 1215PMCASHN 3093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
02Closed200N/A23576TR1230PM - 0145PMCASHN 3093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 4336
Personnel Human Resource
4336   Personnel/Human Resource Management                        
Prerequisite(s): MGT 3305; not open to pre-business students.
   A study of the human resource management profession. Specific personnel functions to be studied include recruitment, selection, training and development, compensation, discipline, and equal employment opportunity laws and cases. Emphasis throughout is the personnel manager's role in organizational effectiveness.
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01Open3010N/A13512MWF0800AM - 0850AMCASHN 3083Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
02Closed250N/A13513MWF0905AM - 0955AMCASHN 3083Regular
View BooksJoe CoxGet Books
Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
03Closed300N/A20167MWF1010AM - 1100AMCASHN 3083Regular
View BooksJoe CoxGet Books
Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 4338
Compensation Management
4338   Compensation Management                    
Prerequisite(s): MGT 3305; not open to pre-business students.
   A study of the total reward system. Topics examined include job content and context factors, job evaluation, wage surveys, wage and salary administration, incentives and non cash benefits, and performance appraisals. Emphasis is on developing and maintaining an adequate and equitable compensation system for all employees.
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01Closed75-4N/A13517MWF1220PM - 0110PMCASHN 1033Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 4345
Global Supply Chain Mgt
4345   Global Supply Chain Management                                  
Prerequisite(s): MGT 3325; not open to pre-business students.
   Focuses on the principles and techniques used by managers to plan, schedule, control and evaluate the supply chain management strategies of world-class organizations. Good supply chain management practices will lead to a competitive advantage, while poor practices will hurt firm performance. Methodologies for supply chain analysis are developed and applied to topics such as designing the supply chain network, planning demand and supply, planning and managing inventories, and coordination and technology in the supply chains. Special attention is given to understanding facilities, inventory, transportation, and information as key drivers of supply chain performance.
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01Closed20-2N/A21749TR0930AM - 1045AMCASHN 4093Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 4353
Social Ent & Eco Development
4353   Social Entrepreneurship and Economic Development  (Cross-listed as ENT 4353)
Prerequisite(s): Junior standing; not open to pre-business students.
   Is capitalism good for the poor? This course examines the morality of capitalism, the role of institutions in perpetuating or eliminating absolute poverty, and the contextual challenges of entrepreneurship. Recognizing the socio-cultural, political, economic, and technological challenges of doing business in the third world, we use organizational theory to design for-profit ventures that use appropriate technologies to create sustainable solutions to social problems. Course projects are intended to produce organizations that will be partially owned and operated by the members of the communities that benefit from their goods and services.
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01Closed17-5N/A21752TR1100AM - 1215PMCASHN 1033Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
02Closed150N/A21754TR1230PM - 0145PMCASHN 1033Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 4396
Distribution Mgt/Tech Intern
4396   Distribution Management and Technology Internship
Prerequisite(s): MGT 3320, 3325; and MGT 4333 with grade C or better; Distribution Management and Technology majors only. Not open to pre-business students.
   Internship in distribution management; fulfilled in cooperation with a firm that provides the student opportunities to participate directly in activities such as distribution, purchasing and materials management, and supply chain management.
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01Closed00N/A26242----- 3Practicum
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 4398
Non-Profit Consultin Project
4398   Special Studies in Management                              
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor and chair; not open to pre-business students.
   Independent study under the direct supervision of a management department faculty member.
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01Closed00N/A13525----- 3Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 4398
Special Studies in Mgt
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02Closed0-10N/A13527----- 3Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
03Closed0-2N/A13528----- 3Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
04Closed00N/A13529----- 3Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5131
Concepts and Fundamentals
5131   Operations Strategy: Concepts and Fundamentals
   This module introduces a framework for defining a company's operating system and evaluating its operations strategy, and provides an overview of key diagnostic and analytical tools for indentifying, framing, and solving strategic operating issues.
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01Open142N/A24031MW0800AM - 0915AMCASHN 3021Regular
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Start Date: 04/03/2013; End Date: 05/01/2013
02Closed00N/A24033MW0930AM - 1045AMCASHN 3021Regular
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Start Date: 04/03/2013; End Date: 05/01/2013


MGT 5132
Structuring the Operating Syst
5132   Operations Strategy: Structuring the Operating System
   This module covers key tools for resolving the challenges of operational networks, setting capacity levels and allocating capacity within the network, and establishing a strategy for operational improvement, and examines the key issues that a firm faces in establishing its operations strategy.
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01Open113N/A24034MW0800AM - 0915AMCASHN 3021Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 02/13/2013
02Open113N/A24035MW0930AM - 1045AMCASHN 3021Regular
View BooksVan GrayGet Books
Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 02/13/2013
03Closed13-5N/A29196MW0930AM - 1045AMCASHN 4101Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 02/13/2013


MGT 5133
Managing Operational Focus
5133   Operations Strategy: Managing Operational Focus
   This module provides frameworks for decisions on how firms should approach the execution of fundamental changes in their operating systems and addresses how various processes and systems are designed and managed in a way that builds superior and rapidly improving performance. Particular attention is placed on ways to balance the competing objectives of operational focus and growth.
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01Open141N/A24036MW0800AM - 0915AMCASHN 3021Regular
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Start Date: 02/18/2013; End Date: 03/27/2013
02Closed140N/A24037MW0930AM - 1045AMCASHN 3021Regular
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Start Date: 02/18/2013; End Date: 03/27/2013


MGT 5191
Leadng Orgnizatl Chg High Perf
5191   Leading Organizational Change for High Performance
Prerequisite(s): Admission to Executive MBA program.
   This course is intended to help managers and leaders better understand and diagnose behavior in organizations. They can apply this information in an ethical manner to influence positive organizational change.
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70Open301N/A22476----- 1Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
90Open206N/A22477----- 1Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5284
Negt: Max Multi-Party Outcome
5284   Negotiations: Maximizing Multi-Party Outcomes
Prerequisite(s): Admission to Executive MBA program.
   Enhances individual effectiveness in the workplace and marketplace through the development of negotiating skills and advanced understanding of negotiation when there are more than two parties. Emphasis is on practical application of theory through a variety of skill-building exercises. Topics include distributive and integrative bargaining tactics, leverage, framing, and cognitive biases, within a multi-party setting, and team negotiations.
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70Open301N/A21200----- 2Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
90Open206N/A21201----- 2Regular
View BooksChris MeyerGet Books
Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5307
Global Strategic Management II
5307   Global Strategic Management II
Co-requisite(s): MGT 5406.
   Global strategic management II provides the opportunity to observe and engage the course material from MGT 5406 for the purpose of increasing depth of knowledge of strategic management.  This course is the study-abroad part of the curriculum.
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70Open301N/A28175----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
Departmental approval required
Baylor EMBA Austin - Singapore & India
Special meeting dates: January 9 - April 27
90Open3016N/A28176----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
Departmental approval required
Baylor EMBA Dallas - Ho Chi Minh City & Hong Kong
Special meeting dates: January 9 - April 27


MGT 5340
Negotiatn & Conflict Resolutn
5340   Negotiation and Conflict Resolution                        
   Enhances individual effectiveness in the workplace and marketplace through the development of negotiating skills and advanced understanding of negotiation and persuasion. Emphasis is on practical application of theory through a variety of skill-building exercises. Topics include distributive and integrative bargaining tactics, team and multiparty negotiations, leverage, framing, and cognitive biases.
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01Closed23-1N/A20174T0200PM - 0445PMCASHN 3023Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5385
Strategic Mgt/Bus Policy
5385   Strategic Management and Business Policy                    
   A case problem and discussion seminar focusing on developing and sustaining a competitive advantage in the corporate sector. Concepts and theories that are explored include the resource theory of strategy, transactions costs, value chain analysis, dynamic approaches to the analysis of competition, core competencies, and transactional approaches to global advantage. Both individual and group projects are emphasized.
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01Open152N/A21136MW1100AM - 1215PMCASHN 3023Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
02Closed18-3N/A21755MW1230PM - 0145PMCASHN 3023Regular
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5406
Global Strategic Management I
5406   Global Strategic Management I
Co-requisite(s): MGT 5307.
   Global Strategic Management provides the opportunity to extend the work completed in previous courses for the purpose of analyzing the problems and issues encountered by executives of the global enterprise.
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013
90Open3016N/A28170----- 4Regular
View BooksGary CariniGet Books
Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5V98
Social Enterprise
5V98   Special Studies in Management                               1 to 6 sem. hrs.                          
   This course may be taken for one to six semester hours of credit.
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01Closed00N/A24658----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5V98
Special Studies in Mgt
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02Closed00N/A25299----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5V98
Doc. Sem./Organizat'l Behavior
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03Closed00N/A26184----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5V98
Project Management
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04Closed10N/A26535----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5V98
Op. MGT / Developing Countries
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05Closed00N/A27941----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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MGT 5V98
Social ENT & Economic Develop.
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Start Date: 01/14/2013; End Date: 05/14/2013


MGT 5V98
Human Res Capst Reading Prog
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