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5381 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (3 credits) A decision-making course in management information systems. Focus on the enhancement of competitive advantage by utilizing computer information systems to improve strategic decision-making, improve efficiency, and provide innovative products and services. Emphasis is on information technology's impact on competitive pressures, responses to competitive pressures, and optimal use of the types of information systems by management at the appropriate organizational level.
5456 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (3 credits) Role of human resource management function: management practices, selection and placement, training and development, compensation and benefits, employee and labor relations, health, safety, security, etc. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
5771 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (3 credits) An investigation of the financial management of corporate organizations. Basic principles of analysis, planning, and control are considered for determining the best combinations of obtaining and investing capital.