ACC 601 Managerial Accounting - 3 credit hours
A study of accounting systems as effective tools for coordinating and organizing management activities including activity based accounting, life cycle accounting, just in time accounting and inventory systems, variance analysis, and capital investment decisions.
BA 601 Marketing Management - 3 credit hours
A study of strategic and tactical issues in marketing management including, resource allocation, market
segmentation, development of marketing strategy, market planning and implementation of marketing strategies
and plans through development of the marketing mix, the product mix, the promotion mix, the distribution
strategy and the pricing strategy, and integration of the marketing function within the organization.
BA 602 Management Information Systems - 3 credit hours
The design of computer based information systems to increase organizational effectiveness and efficiency in the development and implementation of organizational strategy and the control and evaluation of organizational
activities. Attention is devoted to decision support systems that support empowerment of individuals in agile
BA 611 Organization Theory - 3 credit hours
An organic systems approach to organization design for effective performance in light of organization mission and strategy including a study of organizational structure, culture, policy, procedure, learning, and agility as they relate to competitiveness in an increasingly global environment.
BA 614 Human Resource Management - 3 credit hours
This course deals with the complex issues associated with the employment of individuals in organizations
including management practices, labor relations, compensation and benefits, training and development, and the
BA 616 Business Ethics - 3 credit hours
Principles of ethical thought as they apply to the nature of the organization, work, corporate culture and the role
of the individual and the organization in society.
BA 620 Managerial Finance - 3 credit hours
This course will explore sources and costs of capital, tax strategies, financial and capital structure, capital
budgeting, valuation, portfolio analysis, dividend policy, ratio analysis, internal rates of return, and cost volume
BA 631 Project Management - 3 credit hours
This course address the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities in order to
meet project requirements by covering the key areas encapsulated in the Project Management Body of
Knowledge (PBOK) with an emphasis on issues that differentiate information technology project. Students will
also demonstrate competency in the use of project management software tools.
BA 632 Information Systems Security - 3 credit hours
This course covers the common body of knowledge, skills, techniques, and tools in the domain of information
technology security. Topics include threat management, risk diagnosis, accountability, security frameworks,
enterprise security policy, encryption, wireless security, legal and ethical issues.
BA 633 Information Systems Infrastructure - 3 credit hours
This is an advanced course covering information systems infrastructure. The areas covered include architecture,
operating platforms, database systems, data storage, networking, wired and wireless transmission, e-commerce,
cloud computing, virtual servers, and mobile computing. Prerequisite: BA 602 Management Information Systems.
BA 690 Business Strategy - 3 credit hours
Examines the role of executive leadership in the organization focusing upon the dynamic interaction of strategy, structure, principles, and values. It involves critical thinking and the ability to integrate concepts, alternative competitive strategies, organizational attributes and culture into strategic concepts of differential advantage. Capstone course. Should be taken as one of the final core courses.
ECO 610 Managerial Economics - 3 credit hours
A study of the application of economic theories relating to consumer and producer behavior in competitive and
monopolistic markets and monetary and fiscal policy in both domestic and international economies as they relate to development of corporate policy.