Management Courses at Global Campus

Start with a solid educational foundation and grow into the leader you were meant to be with these online management courses. This list incorporates classes for several degree programs, including the University of Arizona Global Campus' Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts in Supply Chain Management, and Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management. Management topics explored in these courses include motivational strategies to improve performance, theoretical approaches to leadership effectiveness, functions and tools of management, and staffing strategies for organizations.

Management Class Descriptions and Credit Information

MGT 300 Supply Management

3 Credits

This course introduces the professional practice of supply management and its application to business. Students examine procurement, total cost of ownership, sustainability, and strategic partnerships in a global economy with different market structures. Students also evaluate negotiating and contracting to achieve organizational strategic objectives. Finally, students explore supply management careers.

MGT 302 Foundations of Productions & Operations Management

3 Credits

This course addresses the basic concepts of production and operations management, including the use of quantitative methods and analytical tool for forecasting, resource allocation, operations budgeting, capacity planning, project management, supply chain management, and quality assurance.

MGT 321 Assessing Leadership Skills

3 Credits

This course introduces students to the concepts, skills, and strategies of personal/professional transformation that are the foundation of leading organizations in diverse communities. Topics include leadership assessment, developing personal vision, establishing a commitment to service, leading in complex communities, managing communication, and creating an environment of excellence.

MGT 322 Principles of Logistics Management

3 Credits

This course introduces logistics/physical distribution and supply, and the related costs. It provides a systematic overview and analysis of the elements of logistics functions in widely varying types of industries and agencies, including handling, warehousing, inventory control, and financial controls.

MGT 323 Principles of Supply Chain Management

3 Credits

This course introduces supply chain management, and the related costs. It provides a systematic overview and analysis of the elements of supply chain functions in widely varying types of industries and agencies, including handling, warehousing, inventory control, and financial controls. Prerequisite: MGT 330.

MGT 325 Introduction to Transportation Management

3 Credits

This course focuses on intermodal transportation as part of supply chain management. The course addresses the development of the global transportation system, transportation regulation, the modes of transportation and how they interface, shipper issues, intermodal transportation management, and the future in transportation. Prerequisite: MGT 330.

MGT 330 Management for Organizations

3 Credits

This course presents an introduction to management theory and practice, including the inter-relatedness that the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions play in the multicultural, technology-driven, and global organizations of the 21st century. The emphasis is on the application of management theory to real-life situations in the workplace.

MGT 370 International Supply Chain Management

3 Credits

Topics covered in this course include the government’s role in global logistics, the global logistics environment, ocean and air transportation, transportation to Canada, Mexico, and the European continent including intermediaries, documentation, insurance, exporting, and importing. Current trends in globalization will also be explored and evaluated. The role of logistics and transportation organizations in the global supply chain process will be discussed.

MGT 380 Leadership for Organizations

3 Credits

Several leadership styles are examined in this course. Emphasis is placed on developing effective
leadership in organizations and personal enterprises, and on developing ethical leadership perspectivesin personal and professional decision-making.

MGT 400 Logistics Management

3 Credits

This course is an overview of logistics management in the modern business environment. It examines financial and economic aspects of logistics and highlights the value created by logistics activities. Students will evaluate transportation and warehousing management strategies. The course takes a practical approach to logistics and applies innovative logistics principles to business situations. The course examines contemporary topics, including the role of inventory, that support the organization’s strategic goals. Prerequisite: MGT 300.

MGT 401 Hazardous Materials Management

3 Credits

This course addresses the significant issues associated with handling hazardous materials in a logistical system. The course also provides a firm foundation on basic hazardous materials management principles.Topics include definitions of hazardous materials, regulatory overview, technology to treat different hazardous materials, and tracking and manifest rules. Prerequisite: MGT 330.

MGT 415 Group Behavior in Organizations

3 Credits

Theory and research are applied to the study of group dynamics, processes encountered in the small- group setting, and how organizational effectiveness is impacted by small-group and team functioning. The course focuses on group productivity, decision-making, diversity, group communication, resolving group conflict and building effective teams.

MGT 425 Leadership & Motivation

3 Credits

This course examines various approaches to motivation and the design and implementation of motivational strategies for effective personal and organizational performance.

MGT 435 Organizational Change

3 Credits

In this course, students will study and apply alternative theories, models and strategies for creating and managing organizational change. The effectiveness of management tools in initiating problem solving and decision making to bring about change within organizations is evaluated.

MGT 440 Dark Side of Leadership

3 Credits

The purpose of this course is to provide an in-depth examination of light (ethical) and dark (unethical) leadership paradigms. Students will compare and contrast light and dark leadership styles while examining the effectiveness of each. Topics to be explored include dark leadership, general ethical principles, normative leadership theories, as well as, examining the challenges of ethical leadership in a global society.

MGT 450 Strategic Planning for Organizations

3 Credits

Strategic Planning introduces students to various management planning models and techniques, and applies these to actual business cases. This course stresses the concepts of both strategic planning and strategic management. Prerequisite: MGT 330.

MGT 451 Strategic Planning Capstone

3 Credits

Culminating the aggregate knowledge of a business program, the Strategic Planning Capstone introduces students to various management planning models and techniques. Application of strategic planning concepts is stressed throughout the curriculum. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the General Education Capstone course.

MGT 460 Leadership Priorities & Practice

3 Credits

Leadership Priorities and Practice is a capstone course that requires students to reflect on and synthesize the major insights gained in their study of organizational management. A substantive paper is developed to illustrate how these insights can be applied effectively in the student’s work environment. Students choosing the personal program of study must show how their chosen concentration relates to organizational management and include insights from each academic area in their synthesis and application. Prerequisites: GEN 499. This course must be taken last in the program. 

MGT 490 Strategic Human Resources Planning

3 Credits

This course provides a link between the traditional human resources functions (recruiting, staffing, training, performance appraisals, labor relations, and compensation and benefits), strategic planning, and meeting long-range organizational goals and objectives. Prerequisites: GEN 499. This course must be taken last in the program. 

MGT 492 Strategic Management for the Multinational Enterprise Capstone

3 Credits

The final integrative course in the international business program integrates the basic business functions through strategic management principles. Comprehensive cases deal with global competition in complex changing environments within which the organization seeks to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. Issues of strategy formulation and implementation are addressed. Prerequisites: GEN 499. This course must be taken last in the program. 

MGT 496 Strategic Warehouse Management

3 Credits

This course is an overview of the strategic role that the warehousing function plays in the modern logistics environment. Subjects include warehouse strategies, difference in government and non-government systems, layout and design, location, customer service, bar coding, material handling, and measuring warehouse productivity. Prerequisites: GEN 499. This course must be taken last in the program. 

MGT 497 Strategic Technology Planning for Organizations

3 Credits

In this capstone, students will integrate knowledge and practices explored in the Bachelor of Business Information Systems program core courses. The course examines how an organization can achieve competitive advantage through the strategic alignment of information systems with organizational goals, and provides an opportunity for students to develop an Information Technology Strategic Plan. The course includes use of case analysis and interactive assignments to address industry best practices and challenges in real-world applications of IT strategic planning concepts. Prerequisites: GEN 499. This course must be taken last in the program. 

MGT 601 The Functions of Modern Management

3 Credits

This course serves to advance the knowledge of the functions of management, the underlying theories and literature associated with the management discipline, and build students’ understanding of the relationships across organizational and business functions. Students grapple with current management problems and emerging solutions applied in the context of the organization.

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