The Washington State University Catalog

Department of Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship

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Department of Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship

business.wsu.edu/academics/MISE/
Todd 442
509-335-5319

Department Chair, Senior Associate Dean, and Professor, D. Compeau; Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and Clinical Assistant Professor, M. Mayes; Professors, J. Cullen, J. Goodstein (Vancouver), L. Hunter, T. Tripp (Vancouver); Associate Professors, K. Butterfield; K. Kuhn, G. Rose (Vancouver), A. Sahaym, P. Skilton (Tri-Cities); Assistant Professors, R. Crossler, A. Lahiri, R. Saylors (Vancouver), L. Sheppard, B. Warnick; Clinical Associate Professors, J. Compeau, M. Featherman; Clinical Assistant Professors, J. Bravo (Tri-Cities), V. Kolde, R. Moser; Professors Emeriti, V. Miskin, C. Morgan.




Schedules of Studies

Honors students complete the Honors College requirements which replace the UCORE requirements.


Entrepreneurship (120 Hours)

Entrepreneurship is the recognition, creation, evaluation, and pursuit of opportunities for individual and social gains through the application of creativity and the securing of resources. The entrepreneurship major at WSU is not just for students who want to start a business. The major will help develop a broader mindset about innovation, risk-taking, and action that is valuable to students who work in large companies, non-profits, and new commercial or social ventures.

Graduation Requirements
To graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a major in Entrepreneurship students are required to complete all certification and graduation requirements listed in the Carson College of Business (CCB) section of this catalog and the coursework included in the sample 4-year plan listed below.

Note: Requirements displayed in this section apply to students certifying into Business in Fall 2020 or later.

First Year
First TermHours
B A 1003
Biological Sciences [BSCI] or SCIENCE 101 [SCI]13 or 4
ECONS 101 [SSCI] or 102 [SSCI]23
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG] or 105 [WRTG]23
MATH 20133
Second TermHours
B A 1021
ECONS 101 or 10223
HBM 10121
HISTORY 105 [ROOT]3
Humanities [HUM]3
MATH 202 [QUAN]43
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 1
Apply for certification into the College
Second Year
First TermHours
ACCTG 2303
Arts [ARTS]3
B A 201, 202, and 203, or B A 2113
B LAW 2103
COM 102 [COMM], H D 205 [COMM], or MKTG 279 [COMM]23 or 4
Consider studying abroad this summer5
Second TermHours
ACCTG 2313
B A 204, 205, and 206, or B A 2123
MGTOP 21564
MIS 2503
Physical Sciences [PSCI] or SCIENCE 102 [SCI]14 or 3
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 2
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermHours
ENGLISH 402 or 4033
ENTRP 489 3
FIN 3253
MGTOP 3403
MKTG 3603
Second TermHours
Diversity [DIVR]3
ENTRP 490 [M] 3
I BUS 3803
Social Science or Humanities Elective73
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 33
Fourth Year
First TermHours
ENTRP 4263
ENTRP 485 [M] or 496 [M]83
300-400-level Business Elective93
International Experience Requirement or Electives53
Social Science or Humanities Elective73
Second TermHours
ENTRP 486 [M] or 496 [M]83
ENTRP 492 [CAPS]3
300-400-level Business Elective (MIS 441 recommended)93
Electives105
International Experience Requirement or Electives50-3
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 4

Footnotes
1For a total of 7 credits—one Biological Science [BSCI] and one Physical Science [PSCI] course, including one lab course, or 8 credits of [SCI] designated courses. (SCIENCE 101 [SCI] is offered Fall semester and is a prerequisite for SCIENCE 102 [SCI], which is offered Spring semester.)
2For Students in the Honors Program: ECONS 198 is an approved substitute for ECONS 101 and 102; COM 102/H D 205/MKTG 279 requirement is waived; HONORS 198 is an approved substitute for HBM 101; ENGLISH 198 is an approved substitute for ENGLISH 101; ACCTG 298 is an approved substitute for ACCTG 230 and 231. Honors students may need to enroll in elective coursework to meet University requirement of 120 credits.
3MATH 201 will be waived with an ALEKS score of 80% or higher, or the completion of MATH 202 or equivalent. MATH 106 will be accepted as an alternative to MATH 201 for transfer students.
4Alternative to MATH 202 is MATH 140 or 171.
5All students must complete the International Experience Requirement. Options for completing the requirement can be found in the Carson College of Business Academic Unit section of the catalog under Business (Pullman, Tri-Cities) or Business Administration (Vancouver). Students should consult with their advisor to determine the best option.
6MATH/STAT 212 will be accepted as alternative to MGTOP 215 for transfer students.
7Social Science or Humanities Electives (6 credits) Any courses in ANTH, CRM J, DTC, ECONS, ENGLISH (excluding ENGLISH 402 or 403), FINE ART, FOR LANG, HISTORY, HONORS 270, 280, 370, 380, H D, POL S, PSYCH, SOC, and WOMEN ST not used to fulfill other (including UCORE) requirements.
8ENTRP 496 is a year-long course that must be taken both fall and spring semesters.
9300-400-level Business Electives (6 credits): Any 300-400-level course taught by CCB. May not include courses from the CCB core, the set of required ENTRP courses, or any 498 Internships or 499 Special Topics courses.
10Electives: 300-400-level coursework as needed to meet University requirements of 120 credits and 40 upper-division credits.

Management (120 Hours)

The Management major has been developed for students interested in pursuing a career as a professional manager. In addition to learning vital management skills such as planning, organizing, leadership, and controlling, students will gain marketable skills by choosing one of two tracks. The Human Resource Management (HRM) track provides skills in areas such as selection, training, motivating, evaluating, and compensating employees. The Innovation and Change (I&C) track provides skills in areas such as managing innovation in networks and teams and managing organizational change processes.

Graduation Requirements
To graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a major in Management, students are required to complete all certification and graduation requirements listed in the Carson College of Business (CCB) section of this catalog and the coursework included in the sample 4-year plan listed below.

Note: Requirements displayed in this section apply to students certifying into Business in Fall 2020 or later.

First Year
First TermHours
B A 1003
Biological Sciences [BSCI] or SCIENCE 101 [SCI]13 or 4
ECONS 101 [SSCI] or 102 [SSCI]23
HISTORY 105 [ROOT]3
MATH 201 33
Second TermHours
B A 1021
ECONS 101 or 10223
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG] or 105 [WRTG]23
HBM 10121
Humanities [HUM]3
MATH 202 [QUAN]43
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 1
Apply for certification into the College
Second Year
First TermHours
ACCTG 2303
Arts [ARTS]3
B A 201, 202, and 203, or B A 2113
B LAW 2103
COM 102 [COMM], H D 205 [COMM], or MKTG 279 [COMM]23 or 4
Consider studying abroad this summer5
Second TermHours
ACCTG 2313
B A 204, 205, and 206, or B A 2123
MGTOP 21564
MIS 2503
Physical Sciences [PSCI] or SCIENCE 102 [SCI]14 or 3
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 2
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermHours
ENGLISH 402 or 403 3
FIN 3253
I BUS 3803
MGMT 401 [M]3
Social Science or Humanities Elective73
Second TermHours
Diversity [DIVR]3
MGMT 4873
MGTOP 3403
MKTG 3603
Social Science or Humanities Elective73
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 3
Fourth Year
First TermHours
MGMT 450 (HRM Track) or MGMT 483 [M] (I&C Track)3
MGMT 456 [M] (HRM Track) or ENTRP 489 (I&C Track)3
International Experience Requirement or Electives 53
Management Track Electives 83
300-400-level Business Elective3
Second TermHours
MGMT 491 [CAPS] or ENTRP 492 [CAPS]3
International Experience Requirement or Electives3
300-400-level Business Elective93
Electives105
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 4

Footnotes
1For a total of 7 credits—one Biological Science [BSCI] and one Physical Science [PSCI] course, including one lab course, or 8 credits of [SCI] designated courses. (SCIENCE 101 [SCI] is offered Fall semester and is a prerequisite for SCIENCE 102 [SCI], which is offered Spring semester.)
2For Students in the Honors Program: ECONS 198 is an approved substitute for ECONS 101 and 102; COM 102/H D 205/MKTG 279 requirement is waived; HONORS 198 is an approved substitute for HBM 101; ENGLISH 198 is an approved substitute for ENGLISH 101; ACCTG 298 is an approved substitute for ACCTG 230 and 231. Honors students may need to enroll in elective coursework to meet University requirement of 120 credits.
3MATH 201 will be waived with an ALEKS score of 80% or higher, or the completion of MATH 202 or equivalent. MATH 106 will be accepted as an alternative to MATH 201 for transfer students.
4Alternative to MATH 202 is MATH 140 or 171.
5All students must complete the International Experience Requirement. Options for completing the requirement can be found in the Carson College of Business Academic Unit section of the catalog under Business (Pullman, Tri-Cities) or Business Administration (Vancouver). Students should consult with their advisor to determine the best option.
6MATH/STAT 212 will be accepted as alternative to MGTOP 215 for transfer students.
7Social Science or Humanities Electives (6 credits) Any courses in ANTH, CRM J, DTC, ECONS, ENGLISH (excluding ENGLISH 402 or 403), FINE ART, FOR LANG, HISTORY, HONORS 270, 280, 370, 380, H D, POL S, PSYCH, SOC, and WOMEN ST not used to fulfill other (including UCORE) requirements.
8Management Track Electives (3 credits): a) Human Resource Management (HRM) track: MGMT 455 [M], 485, or 496; or b) Innovation and Change (I&C) track: MIS 420, 441, MGTOP 470, or MGMT 496.
9300-400-level Business Electives (6 credits): Any 300-400-level course taught by CCB. May not include courses from the CCB core, the set of required MGMT/MGTOP courses, or any 498 Internships or 499 Special Topics courses.
10Electives: 300-400-level coursework as needed to meet University requirements of 120 credits and 40 upper-division credits.

Management Information Systems (120 Hours)

Preparation for careers in every field of business, using information systems technology to solve business problems. Provides excellent training in systems design, development, networking, and support to meet the demands of this fast-growing occupational area.

Graduation Requirements
To graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a major in Management Information System students are required to complete all certification and graduation requirements listed in the Carson College of Business (CCB) section of this catalog and the coursework included in the sample 4-year plan listed below.

Note: Requirements displayed in this section apply to students certifying into Business in Fall 2020 or later.

First Year
First TermHours
B A 1003
Biological Sciences [BSCI] or SCIENCE 101 [SCI]13 or 4
ECONS 101 [SSCI] or 102 [SSCI]23
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG] or 105 [WRTG]23
MATH 20133
Second TermHours
B A 1021
ECONS 101 or 10223
HBM 10121
HISTORY 105 [ROOT]3
Humanities [HUM]3
MATH 202 [QUAN]43
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 1
Apply for certification into the College
Second Year
First TermHours
ACCTG 2303
B A 201, 202, and 203, or B A 2113
B LAW 2103
MGTOP 21554
MIS 2503
Consider studying abroad this summer6
Second TermHours
ACCTG 2313
B A 204, 205, and 206, or B A 2123
COM 102 [COMM], H D 205 [COMM], or MKTG 279 [COMM]23 or 4
MIS 2713
Physical Sciences [PSCI] or SCIENCE 102 [SCI]14 or 3
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 2
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermHours
Arts [ARTS]3
Diversity [DIVR]3
ENGLISH 402 or 4033
FIN 3253
MIS 3253
Second TermHours
I BUS 3803
MGTOP 3403
MIS 322 [M]3
MKTG 3603
Social Science or Humanities Elective73
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 3
Fourth Year
First TermHours
MIS 372 [M]3
300-400-level Business Electives83
300-400-level MIS Electives93
International Experience Requirement or Electives63
Social Science or Humanities Elective 73
Second TermHours
MGMT 491 [CAPS] or ENTRP 492 [CAPS]3
300-400-level Business Electives83
300-400-level MIS Elective93
International Experience Requirement and/or Electives6,105
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 4

Footnotes
1For a total of 7 credits—one Biological Science [BSCI] and one Physical Science [PSCI] course, including one lab course, or 8 credits of [SCI] designated courses. (SCIENCE 101 [SCI] is offered Fall semester and is a prerequisite for SCIENCE 102 [SCI], which is offered Spring semester.)
2For Students in the Honors Program: ECONS 198 is an approved substitute for ECONS 101 and 102; COM 102/H D 205/MKTG 279 requirement is waived; HONORS 198 is an approved substitute for HBM 101; ENGLISH 198 is an approved substitute for ENGLISH 101; ACCTG 298 is an approved substitute for ACCTG 230 and 231. Honors students may need to enroll in elective coursework to meet University requirement of 120 credits.
3MATH 201 will be waived with an ALEKS score of 80% or higher, or the completion of MATH 202 or equivalent. MATH 106 will be accepted as an alternative to MATH 201 for transfer students.
4Alternative to MATH 202 is MATH 140 or 171.
5MATH/STAT 212 will be accepted as alternative to MGTOP 215 for transfer students.
6All students must complete the International Experience Requirement. Options for completing the requirement can be found in the Carson College of Business Academic Unit section of the catalog under Business (Pullman, Tri-Cities) or Business Administration (Vancouver). Students should consult with their advisor to determine the best option.
7Social Science or Humanities Electives (6 credits) Any courses in ANTH, CRM J, DTC, ECONS, ENGLISH (excluding ENGLISH 402 or 403), FINE ART, FOR LANG, HISTORY, HONORS 270, 280, 370, 380, H D, POL S, PSYCH, SOC, and WOMEN ST not used to fulfill other (including UCORE) requirements.
8300-400-level Business Electives (6 credits): Any 300-400-level courses taught by CCB. May not include courses from the business administration CCB core, the set of required MIS courses, or any 498 Internships or 499 Special Topics courses.
9300-400-level MIS Electives (6 credits): Any 300-400-level MIS course. May not include courses from the CCB Core, the set of required MIS courses, or any except 498 Internship or 499 Special Topics courses not used to fulfill major requirements.
10Electives: 300-400-level coursework as needed to meet University requirements of 120 credits and 40 upper-division credits.


Minors

Entrepreneurship

Please see the Carson College of Business section of this Catalog for additional instructions and timeline for certification into a minor.  To be eligible to apply for certification in the entrepreneurship minor, students must meet the following minimum requirements:

  1. Be certified in a major
  2. WSU cumulative GPA of at least 2.50 and not on academic probation

The entrepreneurship minor requires 18 credits of coursework including:

  • ACCTG 230
  • ENTRP 426
  • One management course: ENTRP 489, ENGR 401, or an approved substitute
  • One marketing/communication course: ENTRP 490, COMSTRAT 380, or an approved substitute
  • Two semesters of business plan courses (minimum 6 credits):
    • ENTRP 485 and 486
    • ENTRP 496 and 496 (Special Topics)
    • BIO ENG 410 and 411
    • or approved substitutes
  • Students must maintain and overall GPA of 2.50 in the entrepreneurship minor courses
  • A minimum of 9 credits of upper-division coursework must be taken in residence at WSU or through WSU-approved education abroad or educational exchange courses. 

Students must ensure that they meet all course prerequisites before enrolling in any College of Business courses.


Human Resource Management

Please see the Carson College of Business section of this Catalog for additional instructions and timeline for certification into a minor.  To be eligible to apply for certification in the human resource management (HRM) minor, students must meet the following minimum requirements:

  1. Be certified in a major
  2. WSU cumulative GPA of at least 2.50 and not on academic probation

The minor in human resource management requires 19 credits of coursework, including:

  • MGTOP 215 or PSYCH 311
  • MGMT 301
  • MGMT 450
  • HD 205 or MIS 250
  • And two of the following:
    • MGMT 455
    • MGMT 456
    • MGMT 496
  • Students must maintain an overall GPA of at least 2.50 in the HRM minor courses. 
  • A minimum of 9 credits of upper-division coursework must be taken in residence at WSU or through WSU-approved education abroad or educational exchange courses.

Students must ensure that they meet all course prerequisites before enrolling in any College of Business courses.

 



Courses

The online catalog includes the most recent changes to courses and degree requirements that have been approved by the Faculty Senate, including changes that are not yet effective. Courses showing two entries of the same number indicate that the course information is changing. The most recently approved version is shown first, followed by the older version, in gray, with its last-effective term preceding the course title. Courses shown in gray with only one entry of the course number are being discontinued. Course offerings by term can be accessed by clicking on the term links when viewing a specific campus catalog.


Entrepreneurship (ENTRP)

Spring 2019 Summer 2019 Fall 2019 


426 Entrepreneurial Finance 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major or minor in the College of Business. Raising capital for new enterprises; venture capital, IPOs, debt financing, leasing and valuing start-up ventures. Typically offered Spring.

485 [M] New Venture Planning 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major or minor in the College of Business. Skills, behaviors, and knowledge necessary for creating and growing new ventures; evaluating opportunities, developing growth strategies, obtaining venture financing, intellectual property, and building a management team. Typically offered Fall.

486 [M] Launching New Ventures 3 Course Prerequisite: ENTRP 485; certified major or minor in the College of Business. Focus on turning an idea into a serious business venture; research new business opportunities and become skilled in developing business tools and processes to carry out venture-launch strategies; compete in the WSU Business Plan Competition. Typically offered Spring.

489 Entrepreneurial Management 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major or minor in the College of Business. Philosophy and nature of entrepreneurship for all business organizations; analytical, financial and interpersonal entrepreneurial skills. Typically offered Fall.

490 [M] Entrepreneurial Marketing 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major or minor in the College of Business. Concepts, issues, and techniques of marketing in entrepreneurial ventures and the role of entrepreneurship in marketing efforts of all firms. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

492 [CAPS] Small Business Strategy and Planning 3 Course Prerequisite: FIN 325; MGMT 301; MKTG 360; certified major or minor in the College of Business; senior standing. Application of management theory and principles to small firms; applied consulting experience with operating businesses. Typically offered Spring.

496 [M] Special Topics V 1-3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Course Prerequisite: Certified major or minor in the College of Business. Course covers new or time-sensitive topics in entrepreneurship. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

498 Entrepreneurship Internship V 2-15 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 15 hours. Course Prerequisite: By department permission. Cooperative educational internship with a business, government, or nonprofit organization. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer. S, F grading.

499 Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: By department permission. Independent study conducted under the jurisdiction of an approving faculty member; may include independent research studies in technical or specialized problems; selection and analysis of specified readings; development of a creative project; or field experiences. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer. S, F grading.

501 Technology Entrepreneurship 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Basic business concepts and processes applied to technology commercialization and venture creation. Typically offered Spring.

588 Management of Innovation 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Technological transitions and technology strategy; knowledge and creativity in organizations; managing innovation processes, technical employees, and cross-functional cooperation. (Crosslisted course offered as MGMT 588, ENTRP 588). Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

600 Special Projects or Independent Study V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Independent study, special projects, and/or internships. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor before enrolling in 600 credit, which cannot be used toward the core graded credits required for a graduate degree. Typically offered Fall and Spring. S, F grading.


Management (MGMT)

Spring 2019 Summer 2019 Fall 2019 


101 Introduction to Business 3 Enrollment not allowed if credit for MGMT 301 or MKTG 360 already earned. Introduction to the practice of business with explanations of business environments, strategy, organization, functional areas, terminology, processes, tasks and ethics. Credit not allowed for MGMT 101 if credit already earned in MGMT 301 and/or MKTG 360. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

301 Principles of Management and Organization 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major [any college] with 60 semester hours. Principles of management and administration aimed at improving effectiveness of all types of organizations. Credit not allowed for MGMT 101 if credit already earned in MGMT 301. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

315 Women in Management and Leadership 3 Analysis of women's historical and contemporary role in American management. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

401 [M] Leading People and Organizations 3 Course Prerequisite: MGMT 301; certified major or minor in the College of Business, or option of Personnel Psychology & Human Resource Management.  Leadership, motivation, team building, group dynamics, interpersonal and group conflict, and job design. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

450 Personnel and Human Resources Management 3 Course Prerequisite: MGTOP 215, PSYCH 311, or STAT 212; MGMT 301; certified major or minor in the College of Business, or option of Personnel Psychology and Human Resource Management. Policy and practice in human resource utilization, selecting, training, motivating, evaluating, and compensating employees; labor relations; EEO legislation. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

455 Recruiting and Hiring Human Capital 3 Course Prerequisite: MGMT 450; certified major or minor in the College of Business, or option of Personnel Psychology & Human Resource Management.  Selection issues; methods of forecasting, planning, recruitment, selection; analysis of psychometric properties of tests; techniques for assessing reliability and validity. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

456 [M] Evaluating and Rewarding Employees 3 Course Prerequisite: MGMT 450; certified major or minor in the College of Business, or option of Personnel Psychology & Human Resource Management.  Theoretical, research, and applied issues related to the compensation of employees. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

483 [M] Management of Innovation and Change 3 Course Prerequisite: MGMT 301; certified major or minor in the College of Business, or option of Personnel Psychology & Human Resource Management.  Analysis of innovation and change theories in organizations; managing innovation in networks and teams; technology, structure, culture, and environment.

485 [M] Negotiation Skills 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major or minor in the College of Business, or option of Personnel Psychology & Human Resource Management.  Bargaining skills across a broad range of business settings; experiential work.

487 Business Ethics and Corporate Responsibility 3 Course Prerequisite: MGMT 301; certified major or minor in the College of Business, or option of Personnel Psychology & Human Resource Management.  The nature and sources of individual and corporate ethical responsibilities in the business context and ways of addressing conflicting responsibilities. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

491 [CAPS] Strategic Management 3 Course Prerequisite: MGTOP 340; FIN 325; MGMT 301; MIS 250; MKTG 360; certified major or minor in the College of Business; senior standing.  Capstone course integrating diverse functional knowledge for strategy formulation, implementation and competitive advantage from the perspective of top management. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

496 Seminar 3 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: Certified major or minor in the College of Business, or option of Personnel Psychology & Human Resource Management.  Typically offered Summer Session.

498 Internship V 2-15 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 15 hours. Course Prerequisite: By department permission. Cooperative educational internship with a business, government or non-profit organization. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer. S, F grading.

499 Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. Independent study conducted under the jurisdiction of an approving faculty member; may include independent research studies in technical or specialized problems; selection and analysis of specified readings; development of a creative project; or field experiences. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer. S, F grading.

582 Personnel and Human Resource Management 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Human resources and personnel administration; selection, training, compensation, performance appraisal, labor relations, health and safety, EEO legislation. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

584 Seminar in Entrepreneurship 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Ph.D. in Business Administration. Advanced, doctoral-level topics in entrepreneurship. Typically offered Fall.

585 Advanced Negotiation Skills 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program, MBA program, Master of Public Affairs (MPA) program, or Business Ph.D. programs. Bargaining skills in multi-stakeholder settings; experiential work.

587 Professional Ethics and Practice in Business 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Ethical issues faced by businesses in the current environment; traditional sources for discerning professional and ethical practices. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

588 Management of Innovation 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Technological transitions and technology strategy; knowledge and creativity in organizations; managing innovation processes, technical employees, and cross-functional cooperation. (Crosslisted course offered as MGMT 588, ENTRP 588). Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

589 Seminar in Management 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Special topics in management, organization behavior, organization theory, human resource management and strategic management. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

590 Strategy Formulation and Organizational Design 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Relationship between the formulation of strategy and the selection of effective organizational structures and systems. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

593 Managerial Leadership and Productivity 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Organizational behavior and human motivation in the workplace; organization and leadership theories, studies, projects and models leading to improved productivity. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

594 Seminar in Organizational Theory 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Ph.D. in Business Administration. Advanced, doctoral-level topics in organizational theory. Typically offered Spring.

595 Seminar in Strategic Management 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Ph.D. in Business Administration. Advanced, doctoral-level topics in Strategic Management. Typically offered Fall.

597 Seminar in International Management 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Ph.D. in Business Administration. Advanced, doctoral-level topics in International Management.

599 Seminar in Management (Organizational Behavior) 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to PhD programs in business. Advanced doctoral-level topics in organizational behavior. Typically offered Spring.

600 Special Projects or Independent Study V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent study, special projects, and/or internships. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor before enrolling in 600 credit, which cannot be used toward the core graded credits required for a graduate degree. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer. S, F grading.

702 Master's Special Problems, Directed Study, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Independent research in special problems, directed study, and/or examination credit for students in a non-thesis master's degree program. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 702 credit. S, U grading.

800 Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: Admitted to the Business Administration - Management PhD program. Independent research and advanced study for students working on their doctoral research, dissertation and/or final examination. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 800 credit. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer. S, U grading.


Management Information Systems (MIS)

Spring 2019 Summer 2019 Fall 2019 


171 Web Technologies and Innovation 3 Effects of web-based technologies and modern development environments on organizations.

250 Managing Information Technology 3 Course Prerequisite: Academic interest in Business or Hospitality Business Management, and B A 100, 102, and HBM 101; or certified major or minor in Carson College of Business. Comprehensive overview of the role of management information systems in business, including principles and application of MIS, key issues in developing and implementing information systems, and strategic value of IT to organizations. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

250 (Effective through Summer 2020) Managing Information Technology 3 (2-2) Comprehensive overview of the role of management information systems in business, principles and application of MIS, and hands-on computer labs. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

271 Business Systems Development 3 Top-down program design, structured development techniques, and system testing. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

322 [M] Enterprise Business Process Analysis 3 Course Prerequisite: MIS 250; certified major or minor in the College of Business, or certified major in Data Analytics.  The role of the systems analyst, and the application of systems analysis and design techniques in information systems development. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

325 Enterprise Business Development 3 Course Prerequisite: MIS 250; certified major or minor in the College of Business. Basic principles of designing and developing enterprise-level business applications. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

372 [M] Data Management 3 Course Prerequisite: MIS 250; certified major or minor in the College of Business, or certified major in Data Analytics.  The management of data in business environments. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

372 (Effective through Summer 2019) [M] Data Management 3 Course Prerequisite: MIS 322; certified major or minor in the College of Business, or certified major in Data Analytics.  The management of data in business environments. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

374 Information Technology Infrastructure and Security 3 Course Prerequisite: MIS 250; certified major or minor in the College of Business. Designing, managing, and securing corporate information technology infrastructures. Typically offered Spring.

400 Strategic Information Systems Leadership 3 Course Prerequisite: MIS 250; certified major or minor in the College of Business. Exploration of issues and approaches in managing the information systems function in organizations and how the IS function integrates/ supports/ enables various types of organizational capabilities utilizing a senior management perspective. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

420 Business Intelligence 3 Course Prerequisite: MIS 250; certified major or minor in the College of Business, or certified major in Data Analytics.  Fundamentals of using information systems for business intelligence and decision support. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

426 Emerging Technologies 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Course Prerequisite: MIS 250; certified major or minor in the College of Business. Special and advanced topics in MIS. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

441 Global E-Commerce 3 Course Prerequisite: MIS 250; certified major or minor in the College of Business. Capabilities of the Internet to support and enable global electronic commerce; effective design and implementation; managerial issues. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer.

448 Global IS Project Management 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major or minor in the College of Business. Principles and techniques related to managing information systems projects in global business environments.

498 Management Information Systems Internship V 2-15 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: By department permission. Cooperative educational internship with a business, government or nonprofit organization. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer. S, F grading.

499 Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: By department permission. Independent study conducted under the jurisdiction of an approving faculty member; may include independent research studies in technical or specialized problems; selection and analysis of specified readings; development of a creative project; or field experiences. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer. S, F grading.

557 Designing Business Intelligence Systems 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Design and use of business intelligence systems, and business performance analytics. Typically offered Spring.

572 Database Management Systems 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA, Master of Accounting, or Business PhD programs. Database management, data modeling, system design and implementation; the application of DBMS technologies to organizational and business problems. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

574 Telecommunications and Networking in Business 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA, Master of Accounting, or Business PhD programs. Business applications of data communications, infrastructure, protocols, topologies and management, the design of wired and wireless solutions, and related research issues. Typically offered Spring.

575 Electronic Commerce and the Internet 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA, Master of Accounting, or Business PhD programs. Technologies underlying electronic commerce and the internet; strategies and implementation plans for managing the implementation of electronic commerce systems.

576 Emerging Technologies 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA, Master of Accounting, or Business PhD programs. Special and advanced topics in MIS. Typically offered Fall.

580 Information Systems Management 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA program. Data processing organization; operations, application development, computer selection, management of computer personnel and systems. Typically offered Spring.

582 Systems Analysis and Design 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA, Master of Accounting, or Business PhD programs. Research on and application of systems analysis, design, development and management of information systems; systems development life cycle. Typically offered Spring.

595 MIS Research Foundations 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to PhD programs in business. Seminal works in MIS, philosophy of science and theory development.

596 Doctoral Topics 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. Course Prerequisite: Admission to PhD programs in business. Advanced topics in management information systems. Typically offered Fall.

597 MIS Research Methods 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to PhD programs in business. Study and application of research methods used in MIS research.

598 MIS Research Topics 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to PhD programs in business. Major streams of research in MIS. Typically offered Fall.

599 MIS Research Proposal Development 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to PhD programs in business. Seminar on the process of creating a MIS research proposal. Typically offered Spring.

600 Special Projects or Independent Study V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA, Master of Accounting, or Business PhD programs. Independent study, special projects, and/or internships. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor before enrolling in 600 credit, which cannot be used toward the core graded credits required for a graduate degree. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer. S, F grading.

800 Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: Admitted to the Business Administration - Information Systems PhD program. Independent research and advanced study for students working on their doctoral research, dissertation and/or final examination. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 800 credit. Typically offered Fall, Spring, and Summer. S, U grading.

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