Global Local Business Skills Courses
This course introduces students to the theories and concepts related to human behavior in an organizational environment. It is generally organized around three levels of study. Attention will be given to the behavior of individuals, the behavior of groups, and how these behaviors affect the overall performance of the organization. Emphasis will be placed on individual differences, attitude, job satisfaction, motivation, performance, leadership, group dynamics, conflict resolution, stress management and change management.
This course is for MBA students. It provides the core issues of organizational theory, trends, and future development. The core topics of the course are to understand the types of organizations (including business organizations, governments, hospitals, schools, non-profit organizations...) the design and operation of logic. Through lectures, panel discussions, film shows, book discussions and classroom sharing in different ways, students get to understand variety types of organizations and diverse thinking.
The core content of this course is data, model and decision. The course is a methodological subject. It discusses statistics date, mathematical models and system decision. The course can be analyzed and explained by case studies. It also helps people to make the right decisions effectively. In a word, the course is a powerful tool that solves a variety of problems in business and economic activities.
This course prepares economics backgrounds for business executives with concepts and tools in the disciplines of “economics of strategy” and “macro economic analysis”. The students would gain insights on the key issues of business strategy and the impacts of government and government policy on business in a globalized world..
Accounting information system is a powerful tool to support management or shareholder to make decision. Every MBA student should have an education background in financial accounting and Managerial accounting. Financial accounting information focuses on the information shareholders need for external decision making. Managerial accounting information focuses on the information management need for internal decision making. Apparently both financial information and managerial information are important for MBA student who would like to be a professional manager.
This course is about knowledge and theory associated with the management of human resources. With growing world interdependence and greater internationalization of business, managers must be able to adapt to increased international involvement to changes in human resource management practices and policies necessary to achieve or sustain global competitiveness. Thus, emphasis will be placed on HRM topics with respect to both local and international perspectives. Both strategic and functional aspects of HRM will be covered.
The course is an introduction to the language and issues of marketing with an emphasis on learning to develop responsive marketing strategies that meet customer needs. The course focuses on how to prepare a whole marketing plan, the role of marketing in the organization, and the role of marketing in society. Topics include market segmentation, product development, promotion, distribution, and pricing. Other topics, which will be incorporated into the course, are external environment (which will focus on integrative topics with marketing, such as economics, politics, global, and local), marketing research, international/global marketing with relevance to cultural diversity, ethics, the impact of technology on marketing, and bases on contemporary marketing (digital marketing, SNS, LBS, O2O)much more relevant and exciting by integrating a generous supply of “real world” examples of companies, events, people, and places.
This course focuses on the financial management of both publicly held and private corporations. Students are presented with a conceptual framework for understanding and addressing problems commonly faced by corporate decision makers and are provided opportunities to apply these concepts to contemporary business situations. This course examines important issues in corporate finance from the perspective of financial managers, who are responsible for making significant investment and financing decisions. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: time value of money, the relationship between risk and return including the capital asset pricing model, the valuation and role of debt and equity, capital budgeting/project evaluation techniques, cost of capital, cash flow estimation, real options, company valuation, and capital structure decisions.