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syl35_Spring+2012WO - TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY SAN MARCOS...

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TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY – SAN MARCOS Department of Management MGT. 4335 Strategic Management and Business Policy Spring 2012 INSTRUCTOR: Bill J. Middlebrook, Ph.D. TEL: 512-245-3180 (Voice) OFFICE: McCoy 516 512-245-2850 (Fax) OFF. HRS: TTH 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM; E-MAIL: bm07@txstate.edu TTH 3:30 PM – 4:00 PM; Or By APPOINTMENT : WEBPG: www.business.txstate.edu/users/bm07 COURSE DESCRIPTION: An integrative course in strategic management and business policy that utilizes the case method of instruction. A capstone course involving the analysis of business through the application of principles of accounting, communications, economics, finance management, marketing, quantitative methods, and related disciplines. COURSE MATERIALS: ... By Wheelen & Hunger. Prentice Hall (ISBN-0132153351). LEARNING OBJECTIVES: To facilitate the development of students’ critical thinking and analytical reasoning through oral and written analyses of complex business situations. To give all students the opportunity to apply problem solving, decision making, and analytical techniques learned in this and other courses and to present findings in both written formats and oral presentations. To emphasize the general management role of integrating the total organization and the role of functional disciplines in contributing to the accomplishment of organizational goals. To provide students an exposure to the content of Strategic Management/Business Policy through lectures, readings, and case studies.
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TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY – SAN MARCOS Department of Management MGT. 4335 Strategic Management and Business Policy Spring 2012 SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE YOU ARE EXPECTED TO BRING INTO THIS COURSE: An understanding of quantitative and behavioral science as they apply to management study. The role of consumer, marketing institutions, and the social and legal environment of business. Financial analysis, time value of money, capital budgeting, financial decisions, and working capital management. Descriptive and inferential statistic techniques for business and economic decision making. Financial accounting concepts and their application to the accounting process for business organizations. Use of accounting information as an aid to management decision making, budgeting, and the control process. Technical and non-technical aspects of microcomputer systems. College algebra, finite mathematics, and elementary differential calculus that apply to business and economics. College algebra, finite mathematics; and elementary differential calculus that apply to business and economics. PREREQUISITES: MGT 3303; MKT 3343; FIN 3312; QMST 2333; and be of senior status. Capstone course open only to seniors in business administration. THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR:
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