Information Technology and Administrative Management Description With this specialization, you will become a qualified business professional prepared to pursue careers that apply a blend of management, administrative and information technology skills in contemporary business environments. The administrative manager supervises office employees, designs office work systems, maintains internal and external communication systems, and compiles meaningful reports from information processing. All types of business from agriculture and finance, to manufacturing and health care are seeking graduates with these skills. Opportunities The Information Technology and Administrative Management department prepares students for success in high demand careers and job advancement in the modern workforce through industry-driven programs, quality teaching, and personal advising.
Looking for a literature course? Click here for a list. Accounting Internship Course Area: Not a general education course Designations: Formative Experiences This accounting internship is designed for College of Business students who desire to gain real-world experience in the accounting field through on-the-job practice.
Students work under the direction of an approved industry professional, a faculty advisor, and the internship director. Honors Thesis Accounting Course Area: This process normally takes two to three semesters, during which you will register for six to nine hours of level thesis credit.
The Honors in the Major Program is open to all qualified students. Students do not need to be part of the University Honors Program to begin work on an Honors Thesis, but there are specific admission requirements that must be met.
Based on environmental, legal, social, and economic factors, reverse logistics and closed-loop supply chain issues have attracted attention among both academia and practitioners. PowerPoint Presentation: 1- 12 Table Demand States and Marketing Tasks 1. Negative demand A major part of the market dislikes the product and may even pay a price to avoid it—vaccinations, dental work, vasectomies, and gallbladder operations, for instance. Journal of International Management Studies. ISSN Volume 13* Number 2* August CONTENTS. What is the Role of Editors in the Publication Process?
For more information on the program and the application process, please see http: Hispanic Marketing Communication Course Area: Cross-Cultural Studies X The Hispanic Marketing course provides students the opportunity to identify and embrace the differences and find the similarities at the same time by acquiring knowledge on 1 cultural theories associated with Hispanic values, artifacts, and traditions; 2 the acculturation processes; 3 socialization; 4 importance of diversity and culture as effective communication tools; and 5 the impact of religion, family formation, gender and sexual orientation, social mobility, and age groups on consumer behavior and media habits.
This course prepares undergraduate students to become educated decision makers and consumers of information regarding U.
Hispanic marketing communication issues. General Education Elective no area Designations: Scholarship in Practice This course is the second of a two course sequence.
This course focuses on campaign execution. The advertising team course is an application-based class, which provides students with the opportunity to develop a complete Integrated Marketing Communication campaign plan as part of the National Student Advertising Competition sponsored by the American Advertising Federation.
The class is set up as hierarchy based advertising agency with some students in leadership positions and others working in departments that are managed by student directors. Media Planning Course Area: Upper Division Writing Competency This course explores the coordination of advertising and marketing research, planning, creative strategy, and selection of media and production activities leading to the development of advertising campaigns.
Diversity and Justice Course Area: Diversity in Western Experience Y This course integrates African authors, pre- and post-Apartheid, to demonstrate the problems of living in a diverse world.
It fosters awareness and acceptance of people different from students through the study of the African-American culture, and stimulates an appreciation and respect for people of all cultures. Unannounced quizzes, assigned readings, a midterm, and a final examination.
We will systematically and objectively examine the sources of American oppression and explore how it shapes the life chances of African Americans from just prior to the Reconstruction Era to the twenty-first century.
More specifically, we will explore the timing and manner of their entry into U. Statewide Core This course surveys the United States from the end of the Civil War to the present with emphasis on social, economic, and political problems of the 20th century.
May not be taken by students with test credit in American history. We will be using pivotal moments to investigate these histories, asking ourselves how these moments illuminate a particular time and place.
In addition, students will learn how historians construct arguments. This course is approved as meeting the Civic Literacy requirement. Diversity in Western Experience Y"W" State-Mandated Writing This course examines, both chronologically and thematically, the experience of African Americans in the United States and their role in shaping the nation's history.
The course does not count as credit toward the history major. Diversity in Western Experience Y"W" State-Mandated Writing This course surveys American-Indian relations with the people and the government of the United States, beginning in the s and continuing to the present.
Topics cover the Indians' diplomatic and military struggles, as well as to the Indian perspective on familiar historical events such as the Civil War, the New Deal, and the s. Maxine Jones Course Area: Diversity in Western Experience Y"W" State-Mandated Writing Black Women in America examines chronologically and thematically the unique experience of the African American woman in the United States and the role they have played in shaping this nation's history.
Particular attention is paid to the double burden that black women have experienced because of their race and gender. This course will not count as credit toward the history major.
Includes the evolution of ethnic cultures and the role of race in adjustment, and related conflicts from colonial times to the present.Journal of International Management Studies. ISSN Volume 13* Number 2* August CONTENTS.
What is the Role of Editors in the Publication Process? The Impact of the Motivation on the Employee’s Performance in Beverage Industry of Pakistan Hashim ZAMEER1 Shehzad ALI2 discussions about motivation and the relationship of employees efficiency and the organizational Employees play important role in the customer perception about the company.
Company spend huge. Agricultural Education. AGRI Interdisciplinary Agricultural Science and Technology. This course is designed to develop competencies of agricultural science teachers to teach essential elements in agricultural business, agricultural mechanization, animal science, and horticulture and crop science.
An analytical hierarchy process (AHP) model that an apparel company can use for the selection of suppliers is presented and a supplier relationship management (SRM) strategy is created based on the results of the model.
PowerPoint Presentation: 1- 12 Table Demand States and Marketing Tasks 1. Negative demand A major part of the market dislikes the product and may even pay a price to avoid it—vaccinations, dental work, vasectomies, and gallbladder operations, for instance. Requirements: SC; A minimum rating of E (%) for HG and D (%) for SG subjects.
English and Mathematics are compulsory. A total of 24 on the Swedish scale is required.