Jun 13, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

BUS 48500 - Strategic Management

This capstone business course draws upon interdisciplinary and functional areas of business studies to cultivate and assess students’ ability to strategically think, lead, and manage teams, departments, units, and whole organizations.  Attention will be given to helping students understand the sources of competitive advantage and the interaction between industry structure and organizational capabilities. Students will engage in a strategic management case study of a real-world organization. Emphasis will be given to applying concepts and practices studied in the course to the student’s life and work experience and to helping each student further develop their ethical consciousness.

Preparation for Course
P: BUS 30100, 30101, 30102, 30200 and 32100, and senior class standing.

Cr. 3.
Enrollment in business (BUS) courses numbered 30100 and above is restricted to students who meet established criteria: business majors who have met the pre-business requirements and been admitted into one of the business majors; or students that have declared other pre-approved programs or minors which require particular business courses, and completed all course prerequisites; or students that have obtained written permission from the department through which the course is offered.