Business Administration, College of

Enrollment for graduate credit in courses in the College of Business Administration is open only to students who have completed the admission process and have been formally accepted into an MBA, MS or PhD program in business administration or other University of North Texas graduate degree programs.

Business Administration, Interdepartmental, BUSI = 0370

4660. International Business Operations. 3 hours. Foreign operations of American firms and impact of foreign competition on the domestic market; organization for foreign production, marketing and finance; foreign markets, resources, institutions and managerial problems arising out of governmental relations. Prerequisite(s): MKTG 3650, FINA 3770, and senior standing.

4940. Business Policy. 3 hours. Enterprise management integrating the functional areas of business administration into a realistic approach to business problems; applying principles to complex problems at the executive level. Prerequisite(s): Completion of all other business foundation courses and senior standing. To be taken during the last semester of course work.

5190. Administrative Strategy. 3 hours. A capstone course providing the integration of functional areas, requiring students to determine policy at the general- or top-management level. Students address strategic organizational problems and optimization of the total enterprise. Lectures, case analysis and special topics.

5900. Special Problems. 1-3 hours. Open to graduate students who are capable of developing a problem independently. Problem chosen by the student and developed through conferences and activities under the direction of the instructor. Prerequisite(s): approved applications for special problems/independent research/dissertation credit must be submitted to the COBA Student Advising Office prior to registration.

5920-5930. Problems in Lieu of Thesis. 3 hours each.

6450. Business Research Methods. 3 hours. Designed to introduce PhD students to the methods and measurements of business research, including scientific method, research design and measurement. Prerequisite(s): MSCI 5010 or equivalent.

6460. Seminar in Research for Publication. 3 hours. Supervised inquiry, research and use of advanced statistical methods aimed at producing a publishable article in candidate's major field.

6900. Special Problems. 1-3 hours. Open to graduate students who are capable of developing a problem independently. Problem chosen by the student and developed through conferences and activities under the direction of the instructor. Prerequisite(s): approved applications for special problems/independent research/dissertation credit must be submitted to the COBA Student Advising Office prior to registration.

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