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  • MT-604

    HumBehavior/Organizations

    Human Behavior in Organizations places emphasis on individual, interpersonal, group and organizational concepts as applied to a variety of specific cases and situations. These situations involve the management of human resources and issues involving leadership behavior in health care and related organizations. Students learn to integrate their insights into critical incidents by collecting data, diagnosing and developing a prescription for action. Health care organizations are contrasted with other non-profit and private sector settings.
  • MT-606

    Creative Leadership

    Entrepreneurship is essentially a new way of thinking about managerial and adaptive behavior. The profile and strategies of the entrepreneur and the interpreter are examined in terms of how they develop learning and change tools for their organizations. The course uses case, financial data, market research and field-based data.
  • MT-608

    Management Information Systems

    Presents fundamental concepts needed to manage information technology effectively.This course examines use of information technology to support operations management, decision-making and control, and strategic planning. Leadership roles include creating structures that promote integration of information for planning, decision-making, and evaluation.
  • MT-611

    Leadership Systems/Strategies

    This course will utilize leadership and systems frameworks in order to diagnose, define, and prescribe solutions to complex organizational issues. To demonstrate a leader's challenge in bringing about continuous change, students will develop a change project based on an actual organizational situation.
  • MT-612

    Ethical Practices

    This course examines the values, norms, and ethical practices of leaders in a variety of organizations. A continuum of ethical thought and practice is assessed relative to the impact on the organization and its immediate environment. Participants consider ethical frameworks in establishing a decision-making process.
  • MT-614

    Financial Accounting

    This course develops an understanding of financial statements, including income statements, cash flow, balance sheets, and financial statement analysis, through examination of accounting principles, procedures, and current business practices. Some computer applications with spreadsheets will apply.
  • MT-615

    Financial Accounting

    This course develops an understanding of financial statements, including income statements, cash flow, balance sheets, and financial statement analysis, through examination of accounting principles, procedures, and current business practices. Some computer applications with spreadsheets will apply.
  • MT-616

    Managerial Accounting

    This course is designed to enhance the participant?s ability to interpret and use accounting data for internal reporting, for short-term planning and decision making, and for control of business activities. Through understanding of internal reporting steps, participants reports. (Includes the structure of financial statements, accounting terminology, and overview of generally accepted accounting principles.) This course illustrates potential uses and misuses of accounting data in making resource allocations and social policy decisions. Prerequisite: MT 614.
  • MT-618

    Financial Analysis

    This course is designed to enhance the participant's ability to evaluate and implement financial strategies. Areas of focus are: The meaning and use of financial ratios in the internal and external evaluation of the performance of a corporation. Evaluation of investment programs (capital budgeting), including such issues as cash flow forecasting, estimation of the cost of capital and ranking of investment proposals. Evaluation of financing decisions, including the analysis of the cost and benefits of operating and financial leverage.
  • MT-620

    Role of Entrepreneur

    The leadership and organizational skills required to create a new organization are the focus of this course. Small sets of strategy, leadership, and collaboration help create the dynamics which turn business ideas into reality. Cases, exercises, and small business simulations are stressed.
  • MT-621

    Marketing Strategies

    Provides detailed perspective of marketing as a system, including environmental scanning, marketing management, marketing research, and customer relations. This course integrates basic marketing practices with current strategic management thought.
  • MT-624

    Statistics

    This course introduces some of the tools that enable managers to analyze information, including ways to collect, summarize, and analyze data. Topics include probability, measures of central tendency and dispersions, discrete and continuous distributions and sampling techniques. The course involves use of the computers via statistical package.