Congratulations to the MBA Association Executive Board for the 2017-2018 year.
President: Ashvika Sathianathan
Ashvika is a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in Petroleum Engineering. She is finishing her second year of the MBA program. She works as a Graduate Assistant for the Student Technology Enhancement Program. She has enjoyed serving as President for the last semester, and hopes to keep the momentum of the past few months...
Relax after finals with a cold beverage and crazy friends.
Potluck dinner- bring something with carbs! ;)
Trolley will provide transport to all bars at 8 PM.
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The Graduate Student Organization provides funding for Graduate Students for research, travel, or thesis/dissertation supplies. If you would like to apply for funding, you will need to fill out an application. Applications can be picked up at the Graduate Student Office, or you can contact the MBA Program GSO Representative, Ellie Spain.
For more information, visit the Graduate Student Organization Website.
Come enjoy the fun and specials at the Back to School Social.
Two for one imports, domestic, house, and calls for MBA Association members.
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Please join us to learn about what the MBA Association is about, how connecting with your fellow classmates and alumni can support you, and about the exciting things we have planned for the year!
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MBA 504 - Survey of Statistics & Operations/Services Management
MBA 503 - Survey of Marketing & the Legal Environment of Business
MBA 502 - Survey of Management & Management Information Systems
555. Consumer Behavior. Introduces the concepts developed in economics, psychology, sociology, and anthropology and their relationship to consumer behavior. Emphasis is placed on relating behavioral concepts to the marketing mix development.
550. Marketing Research. An introduction to marketing research techniques. Provides knowledge of and experience in formulating marketing research methodology, data collection procedures, data sources, and the interpretation and analysis of quantitative and qualitative material.
535. Contemporary Marketing Issues. A comprehensive survey of current issues and topics of importance to both firms and society. Individual investigation and reporting emphasized in seminar fashion.
525. Product Management. An investigation of the essential components of product management, with emphasis upon the innovation process, methods of new product analysis, strategy formulation, implementation, organization, and control.
524. Marketing Management. Provides guidelines for developing marketing plans and programs while emphasizing the application of marketing concepts, tools, and decision making processes.
597. Directed Individual Study. Detailed independent graduate level study and research, under faculty direction. A prospectus and the product(s) of the study will become part of the student's file. Consent of instructor and director of program is required.
595. Internship in Business Administration. Supervised work experience. Elective in the MBA program not applicable toward degree requirements. May be repeated with 1 to 3 hours credit each semester up to 6 credit hours.
590. Policy Formulation, Strategy, and Administration. A capstone course. Emphasis is on integrated application of MBA core courses concepts. Problem analysis and decision making at an integrative level are stressed.
585. Management Practicum. Strategic consultation activities and service-learning opportunities with community businesses and agencies using student teams.
565. Personnel Administration. An in-depth analysis of the function of the personnel department in the organization and administration of the human resources, including employee selection, training, development, and planning for intermediate and long term personnel needs.
550. Quality Management. Application of Total Quality Management concepts to all processes in organizations, with emphasis on continuous quality improvement in the delivery of goods and services.
540. Corporate Entrepreneurship. Strategic competencies to develop technology driven entrepreneurship in organizations.
533. Organizational Strategies in E-Commerce. Strategic planning and leadership necessary to effectively implement e-commerce throughout the organization.
525. Organizational Behavior and Leadership. Theory and practices including individual behavior, motivation, group dynamics, organizational structure, quality management, and leadership skills.
503. Management of Organizations and Behavioral Processes. Management functions, with emphasis on both organizational and behavioral processes.