MGT490-04B Strategic Management (with Alexander Rodriguez)
Focuses on the organization as a whole from a perspective that takes into account both the role of top management and the future of the organization. The course is designed to be the capstone course in the student's College of Management curriculum. It develops an approach for identifying the mission of the organization, exploring its external environment for opportunities and risks, and relating these to internal strengths and weaknesses. This course is required of all College of Management students.
Prerequisite(s): AF 301and MGT 303, 330, MKT 301, MSIS 301, MGT 331 (pre-req or co-req), a minimum of 60 credits and completion of at least 80% of MAP Miles. MGT majors only. Department Permission Required.
Permission required (see description for more information).