Graduate Course Descriptions
MANA 6357 (3-3-0) Decision-Making
Learners will understand the process of strategic decision making by examining a range of contextual factors that influence the decision process. This course covers both the analytical and intuitive frameworks for decision-making. Students will learn to interpret and present information in ways that enable them to solve business problems. Learners will be taught to solve problems using regression analysis and how to apply it in a variety of decision-making contexts. Students will learn to cast a strong internal and external network for information gathering and ascertain how trends are supporting or prohibiting achieving goals.
- Prerequisite: MANA 6303, MANA 6372, MANA 51.521.