Management Applications I

A management laboratory that emphasizes management decision-making skills that are necessary for the modern manager to successfully deal with resource problems in the work place and career field. The course is designed for students desiring to further their management training by applied learning techniques utilizing decision-making case studies, computer-assisted models, or other instructional techniques. It serves as a program Capstone for those students whose situation precludes an internship. The course may be repeated (if topics and learning outcomes vary). Prerequisite: Consent of the Department Chair. Note: Should be taken during the last semester of a certificate program or at about the halfway point in a degree plan.