BUSN 610  -  Supply Chain & Risk Management,  3 credits.  

The main purpose of the course will be to learn about supply chain decisions. The students will be exposed to current topics in effectively managing supply chains, including supply chain design, strategies, integration, visualization, analytics, risk, and mitigation. The supply chain is constantly making changes and exposed to endogenous and exogenous risks, which cause interruptions to the flow of products and a significant impact on the performance of the business. Risks spread rapidly through the chain due to the interdependence of its various nodes. Thus understanding the supply chain risks can enable organizations to take effective action to identify, assess, and mitigate risks within their end-to-end supply chain.

BUSN 660  -  Advanced Management and Ethics,  3 credits.  

Advanced Management & Ethics addresses recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. Learning outcomes/objectives are determined by business and industry trends. Topics may vary.

BUSN 662  -  Leadership: Theory and Application,  3 credits.  

This course is designed to provide a comprehensive view of the nature and practice of leadership. Among the topics explored are historical, philosophical and theoretical foundations; ethics and values; power and influence; conflict management; and effective leadership in formal organizations.

BUSN 668  -  Advanced Leadership,  3 credits.  

This course explores advanced concepts and theories related to leadership with an emphasis on contemporary topics of leadership and factors that guide leader behavior. Students will examine classic and current scholarship to bridge theory and practice. The course focuses on critical thinking about leadership.

BUSN 680  -  Special Topics,  0-4 credits.  
Repeatable: Yes