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Coursework

The Young Executive MAM program is a 39-unit business management degree program consisting of the following courses:

BUSI 509
Worldview Leadership Formation
1
MGMT 510
Current Issues in Business and Management
3
MGMT 516
Organizational Behavior
3
MGMT 529
Ethical Decision Making
3
MGMT 541
Management for the Worldwide Organization
3
BUSI 597
Field Experience*
2
HROD 500
Human Resource Development*
3
MGMT 517
Managing Human Capital
3
MGMT 515
Applied Research and Analysis
3
MGMT 521
Organizational Development and Change
3
MGMT 540
Diversity for Strategic Advantage
3
MGMT 561
Managing Teams and Conflict
3
MGMT 570
Organizational Performance Improvement
3
MGMT 581
Corporate and Organizational Leadership
3
Total39 units

Optional Concentration Fields (9 units)

Students may earn concentrations by taking the equivalent of at least three 3-unit elective courses. Concentrations are currently offered in the following areas:

Concentration courses are generally taught using the one-on-one Oxford tutorial model. Students may consult the MAM program coordinator or the MAM program chair for appropriate faculty to contact regarding the concentration of the student’s choice. Concentration courses are generally taken as an independent study.

Note: This information is current for the 2013-14 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.