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Fall 2010

Course ID Course Name Code# Prerequisite Day & Time Room Instructor
First Year
MIS G1010 Statistics and Decision Making 2733 N/A Monday 18:50 NAC8/207 Prof. Mowshowitz
MIS G2010 OOD and Software Engineering 2975 N/A Tuesday 18:50 NAC6/115 Prof. Kawaguchi
Second Year
MIS G3030 Organization and Management 3520 N/A Monday 18:50 HR13 Dr. Jonatan Jelen
MIS G4010 System Analysis and Design 3521 N/A Thursday 18:50 NAC5/148 Mr. Hernandez & Prof. Gertner

† Each class lasts two and a half hours. ‡ Please see the last minute class room change posted in front of the computer science.

MIS G3030: Organization and Management

Course ID: MIS G3030
Course Name: Organization and Management
Students learn about how organizations function and how they relate to the environment in which they operate. Topics covered range from formal systems, tasks, and authority relationships to organizational culture and inter-organizational relationships. Students are introduced to a variety of perspectives in organizational analysis, as well as challenges posed by organization design and change.

Term: Fall
Credits: 3.0
Pre/Co-requisite: none

MIS G3020: Developing Management Skills

Course ID: MIS G3020
Course Name: Developing Management Skills
Aimed at preparing students for future management and leadership positions, this class focuses on developing the personal skills that are needed when working with other individuals and teams in modern organizations. Topics include:

  • problem solving
  • stress management
  • managing and motivating others
  • coaching and counseling
  • managing conflict
  • leading change

Students are provided with a solid background in fundamentals. They are also introduced to the assessment tools, tests, and exercises that help gauge their personal development in each area.

Term: Summer
Credits: 3.0
Pre/Co-requisite: none

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