Rhode Island College

2018-2019 Catalog


Management B.S.


Learning Goals

Writing in the Discipline (General, Human Resources, International, Operations)

Writing in the Discipline (Business)

Department of Management and Marketing

Department Chair:
Constance Milbourn

Management Program Faculty: Professors Jacques, Mello; Associate Professors Casey, DeSimone, Farinella, Sahba, Urda, Wu; Assistant Professor DiManna

Students must consult with their assigned advisor before they will be able to register for courses. A graded writing assignment is required in every course.

Note: MGT 491 Independent Study I and MGT 492 Independent Study II are available for those seeking departmental honors, with consent of instructor, department chair and dean.

Course Requirements

Courses

CourseTitleCreditsOffered
ACCT 201Principles of Accounting I: Financial

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
ACCT 202Principles of Accounting II: Managerial

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
CIS 252Introduction to Information Systems

4

Fall, Spring, Summer
ECON 214Principles of Microeconomics

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
ECON 215Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
FIN 301Financial Management

4

Fall, Spring, Summer.
MGT 201Foundations of Management

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
MGT 249Business Statistics II

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
MGT 322Organizational Behavior

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
MGT 341Business, Government, and Society

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
MGT 348Operations Management

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
MGT 461Seminar in Strategic Management

3

Fall, Spring.
MKT 201Introduction to Marketing

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.

Cognates

CourseTitleCreditsOffered
MATH 177Quantitative Business Analysis I

4

Fall, Spring, Summer.
MATH 248Business Statistics I

4

Fall, Spring, Summer.

Note: MATH 177: Fulfills the Mathematics category of General Education.

Note: MATH 248: Fulfills the Advanced Quantitative Scientific Reasoning category of General Education.

Concentrations

A. General Management

CourseTitleCreditsOffered
MGT 320Human Resource Management

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
THREE ADDITIONAL COURSES in management at the 300-level or above

9-10

Total Credit Hours:61-62

B. Human Resource Management

CourseTitleCreditsOffered
MGT 320Human Resource Management

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
MGT 423Compensation and Benefits Administration

3

Fall.
MGT 424Employee Relations and Performance Management

3

Spring.
MGT 425Recruitment and Selection

3

Fall.
MGT 428Human Resource Development

3

Spring.
TWO COURSES from
CourseTitleCreditsOffered
ECON 431Labor Economics

4

As needed.
MGT 306Management of a Diverse Workforce

3

Spring.
MGT 331Occupational and Environmental Safety Management

3

Fall.
MGT 333Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

3

As needed.
MGT 465Organizational Theory

4

Spring.
MGT 467Directed Internship

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
MGT 490Directed Study

3

As needed.
MGT 491Independent Study I

3

As needed.
MGT 492Independent Study II

3

As needed.
PSYC 422Psychological Testing

4

Annually.
A course approved by advisor

3

Total Credit Hours:70-72

C. Operations Management

CourseTitleCreditsOffered
MGT 347Supply Chain Management

3

As needed.
MGT 355Quality Assurance

3

Spring.
MGT 455Global Logistics and Enterprise Management

3

As needed.

MGT 347: (Or MKT 347: Supply Chain Management)

TWO COURSES from
CourseTitleCreditsOffered
ECON 449Introduction to Econometrics

4

Fall, Spring.
MGT 331Occupational and Environmental Safety Management

3

Fall.
MGT 335Process Management

3

Spring.
MGT 349Service Operations Management

3

Fall.
MGT 359Current Topics in Service Operations Management

3

As needed.
MGT 465Organizational Theory

4

Spring.
MGT 467Directed Internship

3

Fall, Spring, Summer.
MGT 490Directed Study

3

As needed.
MGT 491Independent Study I

3

As needed.
MGT 492Independent Study II

3

As needed.
MKT 310Product Design and Development

3

As needed.
MKT 322Services Marketing

3

As needed.
Total Credit Hours:64-66