MGM 2101 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONCredit : 3 (3+0)Prerequisites : NoneThis course is designed to increase students’ awareness of the functions and importance of effective communication in thebusiness arena. This course will focus on the application of communication principles in achieving the goals of anorganization. Special emphasis will be placed on developing writing and speaking proficiencies.MGM 2111 ORGANIZATION AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENTCredit : 3 (3+0)Prerequisites : NoneAnalysis of the basic theories, principles, techniques and tools of management with an emphasis on management functionsin relation to main functional areas of business and non business organization. More emphasis will be given on the systemsapproach.MGM 2191 COMPUTERS AND DATA PROCESSINGCredit : 4 (3+1)Prerequisites : NoneThis course will familiarize students with the computer applications and management; help understand the fundamentals of computer nomenclature, particularly with respect to personal computer hardware and software and the World Wide Web;make use of the World Wide Web as a repository of the latest information and an integrated learning tool; develop an in-depth understanding of why computers are essential components in the business world and society in general. The topicsinclude the concept of computer system, structure of computer, computer networking, computer communication andcomputer programming. Hands-on experience will focus on word processing, spreadsheets, graphics presentation, databasedesign and management, web page design and development.MGM 3113 ORGANIZATION BEHAVIORCredit : 3 (3+0)Prerequisites : MGM 2111This course discusses the behavioral phenomena at the individual, group and the systems or organizational levels.Discussion at the individual level covers issues relating to personality, attitude, values, perception, learning and motivation.Group level issues include group dynamics, communication, leadership and conflict. Finally, the issues at the systems levelcover organization design, job design, organizational culture and organizational change.MGM 3123 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTCredit : 3 (3+0)Prerequisites : MGM 3113The course emphasizes on the 'interface' between the human resource managers and other functional managers inimplementing the various human resource management activities such as manpower planning, recruitment, selection,training and development, compensation, and employer- employee relations. It focuses on the methods and techniques of improving organizational effectiveness through sound human resource management practices. The course compares andcontrasts the human resource management practices in the private and public sectors while also comparing the philosophyof management from both the western and non-western perspectives.MGM 3161 QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUE IN MANAGEMENTCredit : 3 (3+0)Prerequisites : MTH 3004This course discusses the quantitative models as a tool for decision making. Topics include: model formulation, probabilityconcepts, expected and conditional value, decision theory, inventory control, linear programming using simplex method, dualproblem and sensitivity analysis, transportation model, game theory, queuing theory, simulation, and PERT/CPM.MGM 3162 BUSINESS STATISTICSCredit : 4 (3+1)Prerequisites : MTH 3004This course introduces the methods, principles and applications of statistics in the area of business management. The major topics discussed include: descriptive statistics, probability, sampling, sampling distribution, estimation, hypothesis testing(one sample and two samples), Chi-square test, analysis of variance, nonparametric statistics, linear regression, correlation,multiple regression and time series forecasting.