Managerial Studies (MANA)

MANA 404 - MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATIONS IN A CONSULTING SIMULATION

Short Title: MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATIONS

Department: Managerial Studies

Grade Mode: Standard Letter

Course Type: Lecture

Credit Hours: 3

Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to students with a major in Managerial Studies. Graduate level students may not enroll.

Course Level: Undergraduate Upper-Level

Description: The capstone course for the MANA curriculum, students work on professional-level skills in communication sub-disciplines involving business strategy, writing in business and management contexts, intercultural communication challenges, and the presentation of business analysis. The class format combines elements of a workshop along with a lecture/discussion-oriented teaching environment. Students apply knowledge gained in Managerial Studies' previous courses - including economics, psychology, statistics, accounting, policy studies, and finance - to cases that require complex communications for multiple audiences. Recommended Prerequisite(s): Completion of eight Managerial Studies required courses.

MANA 498 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Short Title: INDEPENDENT STUDY

Department: Managerial Studies

Grade Mode: Standard Letter

Course Type: Independent Study

Credit Hours: 3

Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to students with a major in Managerial Studies. Graduate level students may not enroll.

Course Level: Undergraduate Upper-Level

Description: Independent research project with a Faculty member in the Jones Graduate School of Management. Only for students in the Honors Program of Managerial Studies. Must have the approval of the Director of Managerial Studies and the participating Jones School Faculty Member. Instructor Permission Required.

MANA 499 - LEGAL THEMES IN ENGINEERING AND MANAGING PRACTICE

Short Title: LEGAL THEMES IN ENGI PRACTICES

Department: Managerial Studies

Grade Mode: Standard Letter

Course Type: Lecture

Credit Hours: 3

Restrictions: Graduate level students may not enroll.

Course Level: Undergraduate Upper-Level

Description: Introduction to fundamental legal concepts of the American legal system for upper level undergraduate students, primarily aimed at what engineers, scientists and other professionals could expect to encounter in their professional careers. The primary focus is to provide students with the basic tools to understand and interact with lawyers. Cross-list: MECH 456.