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Graduate Business Administration

2018 Spring Term

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1-2 Units

SEMINAR IN CONTEMPORARY BUSINESS ISSUES

Business Administration 800

The seminar in contemporary business issues allows program participants to explore current issues facing business professionals and consider ways to apply DBA activities and ideas to their current and future professions.


4 Units

APPLIED REGRESSION ANALYSIS

Business Administration 820

Applied Regression Analysis will focus on the estimation of various regression models. It introduces student to the regression methodology, assumptions of the framework and corrections for violations of the assumptions. Sample articles are used to highlight the applications in academic research. Applications in consulting projects are also discussed.


4 Units

CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH METHODS AND DISSERTATION DESIGN

Business Administration 850

This course will consider the research interests of the student cohort, discuss their dissertation proposals and identify the research methods needed to successfully execute their dissertation. The identified methods and other contemporary research methods will be discussed in this class.


4 Units

MICRO ISSUES IN BUSINESS

Business Administration 870

This course provides an overview of topics in behavioral fields from different business domains. The focus is on explaining individual behaviors across a number of business functions such as consumer behavior in marketing, organizational behavior in management, and behavioral research in finance. The phenomena of interest deal with individual behavior.


4 Units

TECHNOLOGY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GLOBAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS

Business Administration 910

This course provides an overview of topics in multilevel fields from different business domains. The focus is on explaining how micro and macro aspects of business interact across the fields of technology, entrepreneurship and global issues. The phenomena of interest deal with multilevel areas and include multinational management, business ethics.


1-6 Units

DBA DISSERTATION

Business Administration 988

Students develop essays to investigate business problems that are of strategic importance to a firm/organization. A dissertation proposal must be completed and approved by the student's disseration committee before the student moves on to collect data in the area of research. A final defense before the disseration committed is required.

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