Analytical Approach to Uncertainty introduces fundamental probabilistic concepts that enable managers to make critical business decisions in the face of uncertainty.
Financial Reporting Systems introduces generally accepted accounting principles and concepts and trains students to analyze financial statements.
Leadership and Organizations focuses on the skills and ideas behind effective leadership: working well with teams, utilizing your personal and organizational resources, making difficult but critical decisions, and negotiating well, all with a broad, multifaceted outlook.
Marketing Management addresses the importance of companies being market-driven and customer-focused and presents current theories and practices of marketing management.
Statistical Decision Analysis shows how to make better business decisions based on systematic data analysis.
Foundations for Strategy Formulation explores economic principles essential for the formulation and evaluation of strategy. Topics include industry analysis, strategic positioning and the boundaries of the firm.
Managerial Economics introduces the economic principles of pricing. It provides an overview of methods to estimate sensitivity of buyers to price, the trade-off between margin and volume, price discrimination and pricing in competitive environments.
Managerial Finance I introduces the basic techniques of finance. Topics include discounting techniques and applications; evaluation of capital expenditures; and estimating bond and stock valuation.
Operations Management examines the basic principles of managing the production and distribution of goods and services. The course approaches operations as a managerial integration function and provides frameworks and tools to target and implement improvements in business processes.