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  • MT-203

    Prin of Leadership/Mgmt

    This course is designed to provide a broad overview of leadership and how to practically develop leadership skills. Discussion topics will include the dynamic role of leadership both within business organizations (profit/non-profit) and at the personal level. By investigating leadership and management through the study of literature, history, and other disciplines, students will gain a broad perspective of the conditions, people, and events that influence our view of leading others.
  • MT-204

    Organizational Behavior

    This course features an application of research from behavioral sciences concerning the interaction of individuals, groups, and the sub-units within the total organization. Students engage in analysis, problem solving, and decision making as a response to case studies and exercises. Emphasis will be on group development, interpersonal skills, decision making, and conflict resolution.
  • MT-206

    Admin&Sup.Early Childhood

    This course introduces students to the critical elements in establishing and operating day care/early childhood centers. The course will focus on regulations, staff relationships, business practices, parent contacts and community relationships.
  • MT-209

    Financial Accounting

    This course provides an overview of the basic accounting process from the recording of business transactions to the preparation and analysis of financial statements. The purpose of the course is not to produce bookkeepers, but to give students a basic working knowledge of the principles, practices, and procedures involved in the preparation, presentation, and use of accounting data for external reporting purposes. Prerequisite: QR 101 (if necessary)
  • MT-210

    Managerial Accounting

    This course focuses on the internal use of accounting data for planning, decision making, and control activities in a business. It provides an introduction to managerial cost-volume profit analysis, cost analysis, operational budgeting, responsibility accounting, and performance measurement. Prerequisite: MT 209
  • MT-220

    International Management

    The dynamic changes in the world of international business and economics are presented to students through current research, international journals, videos, simulations, and role plays. The course examines how managers resolve problems in different cultures. Students experience the helping and hindering forces involved in managing within a multinational business environment.
  • MT-222

    Principles of Marketing

    This course offers an introduction to the marketing system in business including price and product management, promotion, and distribution. The use of advertising, planning, personal selling, and market research will be explored.
  • MT-223

    Consumer Behavior

    This course provides a comprehensive overview of current thinking on consumer behavior.This course will cover the broad areas of assessing the context of consumer behavior, the pyshcological and sociological issues related to the field,while offering a critique of each sub-topic to give a wide ranging view of the subject. Practical application of the theories is conducted via case study analysis.
  • MT-230

    Quantitat. Methods/Mgmt

    Students will gain an understanding of how statistical methods relate to managerial decision-making in accounting, finance, marketing, and economic forecasting. Each method will be illustrated with an application using actual data from business sources and topics will be supplemented with examples from business and government.
  • MT-235

    Software App. for Business

    This course will center on the analysis, communication, and daily management of business applications via the computer spreadsheet and database software that have become essential to the modern enterprise. To this end, students will learn to solve complex quantitative and data intensive problem sets by applying logical thought processes to the vast tools offered via Microsoft Excel and Access, respectively. Additional focus will be devoted to the import/export and linking of files between these programs, integration with the word processor (namely, MS Word), and conversion to files that may be posted externally for intranet and/or internet access.
  • MT-237

    An Intro. to Data Science

    This course focuses on the theories and techniques from many areas of data sciences, including but not limited to, statistics and data mining. The course provides an overview of fundamental principles about how data science can provide solutions to business problems, techniques for extracting meaning from data, and general approaches of data analytical thinking. Prerequisite: MA 210
  • MT-250

    Federal Taxation

    This course introduces students to a broad range of tax concepts and types of taxpayers, particularly within a framework of financial accounting. The role of taxation in the business decision making process is emphasized. The student is exposed to professional standards and ethics, and learns to perform basic tax research and tax planning. This course gives an understanding of the interrelationship and differences between financial accounting and tax accounting. Also considered is the distinction among for-profit, not-for-profit, and governmental accounting entities and the history of the Internal Revenue Code.
  • MT-251

    Management Information Systems

    This course focuses on the role of managing information in achieving strategic objectives in the context of a web-based environment, with special emphasis on evolving technological, application, and organizational issues. This is accomplished by examining the organizational and technical foundations of information systems and exploring the tools, techniques, and approaches for building, expanding, and managing effective information systems. The course will also explore ethical and social issues related to management information systems.
  • MT-270

    Entrepreneurship

    The creation of small business is the fastest growing part of the U.S. economy. New ideas for products and service in transportation, entertainment, financial and education services come from women and men who tend to value autonomy, are comfortable with risk and possess a drive for achievement. Entrepreneurs need skills in planning, operations, leadership and market strategy. Students will learn planning, forecasting, market research and financial analysis as it applies to new business ventures. Recommended to have MT 203 and MT 209, but not required.