School of Business Administration

School of Business Administration InterSession classes:

Human Resource Management

MGT 302, Section 88
3 credits Undergraduate
March 12-16• 9 5 p.m.
Linda Neider: 305-284-6123,
Tentative syllabus

Darwin rules in today’s global marketplace: organizations must be distinctive to avoid extinction

  • Discover the essential tools it takes to create a high performing organization
  • Study the techniques used for recruiting, selecting, and retaining top talent
  • Find out way to appropriately downsize
  • Learn the art of performance appraisal
  • Explore how to manage regulatory issues to promote a diverse and socially responsible organizational environment


Strategic Management

March 12-16    9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
MGT 401, Section 85 = 3 credits – Undergraduate
Yadong Luo: 305-284-4003,
Tentative Syllabus

Integrate knowledge and concepts learned via this eclectic “capstone” course

  • Explore the process that top executives follow in resolving strategic management and related issues faced by firms
  • Develop knowledge pertaining to the formulation and implementation of strategies
  • Sharpen your conceptual, analytical, communication, and teamwork skills
  • Develop and mature critical thinking skills