This series of online workshops is designed to provide supervisors and managers with critical productivity tools and strategies they can implement to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their workplaces. Students who complete all modules with a minimum grade of 70% will receive transfer credit for BUAD 116 and BUAD 123
This course provides an overview of basic managerial accounting concepts and materials related to the financial performance and condition of organizations. Emphasis is placed on the interpretation of financial statements and how to use them to make effective decisions. Learners gain an understanding of how balance sheets, cash flow and income statement analysis can be used to monitor organizational performance.
Course code: MGR 362
This course provides a broad overview of financial considerations and tools for businesses. Learners gain an understanding of various models and financial decision making tools that can be used to determine appropriate resource allocation for projects. Appropriate and inappropriate use of funds, the financial impact of business decisions, investment options and financing, risk and risk mediation and integrating ethical considerations into financial decisions are all covered in this course.
Course code: MGR 363
This course provides strategies for organizing and motivating individuals and groups, managing social networks and executing strategic change through social networks. Learners will also acquire knowledge of team dynamics, organizational power, politics and conflict, corporate culture as well as organizational design, leadership and change.
Course code: MGR 362
This course provides an overview of marketing strategy, marketing plans, positioning and branding. Specific topics include market segmentation, how to perform a competitive analysis, how to assess the profitability of product/service offerings, the importance of a differentiated value proposition, basic public relations and how to identify and satisfy customer needs.Course code: MGR 362
Course code: MGR 365
This course provides an overview of how organizations operate in an economic environment. Learners gain an understanding of how the fundamental concepts of economic reasoning affect organizations and markets and how domestic and global forces can cause economic change.
This course explores strategy as an ongoing process that can be used to drive change and growth within an organization. Learners are provided with a variety of strategic planning tools and models while learning how to apply the strategic planning process to a variety of organizations. Choosing and defining an organization’s purpose and objectives, formulating and implementing a viable strategy and monitoring strategic performance are all aspects of this course that learners can apply immediately to move towards strategic goals.
This course provides an overview of how business law affects business operations. Learners are provided with basic knowledge of the legal, ethical and governance environments in which a business operates.
This course provides a variety of process improvement techniques that can be used to enhance the way operations and information systems support the strategy of an organization. Specific attention is given to operations, logistics, supply chains and the importance of business process.
For more information contact Mary Kline at email@example.com