Course Catalog

DOM104
Quantitative Techniques in Business – I: Mathematics for Business and Economics
3.00
Undergraduate
This course trains students to be equipped with the essential preparatory mathematics that is needed to cope with more advanced courses in operations, finance, economics, strategy, OB/HR, engineering, computer science, and the natural sciences.
DOM103
Quantitative Techniques in Business
3.00
Undergraduate
Quant Techniques in Business
DOM205
Technology and the Digital Economy
3.00
Undergraduate
Technology and the Digital Eco
DOM401
Total Quality Management
3.00
Undergraduate
Total Quality Management
DOM491
Quantitative Management Independent Research
1.00
Undergraduate
Quantitative Management IRP
ISM101
Introduction to Information Systems and Operations Management
3.00
Undergraduate
This course offers an introduction to IS and OM.
DOM501
Quantitative Methods in Management 1
2.00
Graduate
Quan. Methods in Mgmt. 1
DOM502
Quantitative Techniques In Management 2
1.00
Graduate
Quan. Methods in Mgmt. 2
DOM505
Operations Management
2.00
Graduate
This course introduces concepts, principles, and techniques for managing manufacturing and service operations at all business organizations, private or public.
DOM622
Project Management
2.00
Graduate
This course helps the project manager to decompose a complex project into manageable parts, lead a diverse project team, and use effective tools to ensure that the project  meet its deliverables and is completed within budget and on schedule.
DOM623
Supply Chain Management
2.00
Graduate
Supply Chain Management
DOM631
Decision Theory
1.00
Graduate
Decision Theory
MGT531
Business Research Methods I:Quantitative Methods in Business Research
1.00
Graduate
This course studies the nature, scope, and significance of business research and the research methods. In particular, the course examines primary and secondary research methods with applications to specific problems, by the use of quantitative techniques for individual investigation of current problems encountered in business and entrepreneurship.
MGT803
Advanced Quantitative Methods in Management
2.00
Graduate
This course deals in some advanced quantitative methods that are being increasingly used in management research today.
ISM505
Management Information Systems
1.00
Graduate
This course offers a comprehensive overview of IS, introducing many key concepts and tools of business information systems (BIS). It will examine both technical and strategic issues related to IS.
ISM801
Introduction to System Dynamics and Thinking in Management
3.00
Graduate
This course helps develop human intuition and conceptualization of the natural, economic, and sociological world using a holistic and systems-based view.