Management and Organizations
Management and Organizations helps you develop a repertoire of skills to anticipate, address, and resolve the central challenges of navigating and running organizations in the 21st century. You learn how to identify and implement the best strategy for a firm. You also examine ways in which people work as individuals, as team members, and as organizational members. You learn to analyze the business as a whole and how to align all aspects of the business accordingly—evaluating the overall needs of an organization (for-profit, not-for-profit, and government), defining supporting objectives, and implementing optimal approaches and tactics to pursue those objectives.
Concentrate in Management and Organizations
For course descriptions, prerequisites and course scheduling options, please review the Course Index.
Management and Organizations Program Requirements (12 units)
|To complete the management and organizations area of study, students must complete the following courses in addition to Management and Organizations MGMT-UB 1.|
|4 Advanced Management Electives (12 units)||Any MGMT-UB elective or approved course (see below)|
|Additional courses approved to count as Management electives:|
|Competitive Analysis||ECON-UB 15|
|Digital Innovation & Crowdsourcing||INFO-UB 70|
|Case Analysis||MULT-UB 5|
|Decision Models and Analytics||MULT-UB 7|
|Game Theory||MULT-UB 20|
|Social Impact Consulting||MULT-UB 103|
|Experiential Learning Seminar: Fashion Industry||MULT-UB 104|
|Executive Practitioner Seminar: The Dynamics of the Fashion Industry||MULT-UB 151|