CPS - School of Management

Classroom & Online Course Resources - Graduate Syllabi & Textbooks

Master of Business Administration Master of Science in Accounting Master of Science in Organization Leadership
Syllabi for classroom-based sections:  RegisNet Account required.  Refer to classroom syllabus links under the courses listed below. You will be directed to login on InSite (Regis Today) using your RegisNet username and password.

Syllabi for online sections:
RegisNet Account required. If you are enrolled in an online-based course, proceed to Desire2Learn at https://worldclass.regis.edu to access the online syllabus.  You will have access starting the
Friday prior to the start of the term. Unless otherwise indicated in the course information below, the required textbooks for online are the same as classroom-based textbooks.

Regis Bookstore: To order textbooks for classroom & online courses proceed to http://regis.edu/bookstore. The bookstore site can also be accessed while you are logged into WebAdvisor searching for course sections and course materials.

For links to library resources (e-reserves, journal articles, Books24x7) cited in a syllabus, go to http://libguides.regis.edu/library.

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For further assistance contact the School of Management.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  Course Title Course Prefix   Course Number
  Core MBAC  600 | 601 | 602 | 603 | 604
  Accounting MBAA

 602 | 603 | 605 | 606 | 607 | 608 | 609
 610
| 611 | 612P |
614 | 615 | 617 | 619 | 621

  Emerging Markets
 
(available only for MBA Dual Language)
MBAE   600 | 601 | 602 | 610 | 611 | 612 | 620
  622 | 630 | 631 | 632 | 695
  Finance MBAF  601 | 602 | 603 | 604 | 605 | 606 | 617 | 620
  Internship Program MBAG  607 | 608E-W | 609 | 611 | 698E-W
  Health Industry Leadership & Health
  Systems Management
MBAH  602 | 603 | 604 | 605 | 606
  International Business MBAI  602
  Management  MBAM  602 | 604 | 609 | 611 | 612 
 615 | 616 | 617 | 618 | 695F
  Marketing MBAK  603 | 604 | 606G | 617 | 619 | 620 | 621
 
622 | 623 | 624
  Operations Management    MBAO  602 | 603 | 611 | 615 | 617 | 619
 
622 | 623 | 651 | 659
  Project Management MBAO  602 | 603 | 611 | 615 | 659
Cornerstone and Capstone MBAX  600 | 695
Organizational Performance Management MBOP  604 | 606 | 608
Master of Science in Accounting (MSA)
  Course Title Course Prefix   Course Number
  Core MSAC  601
  Accounting MSAA

 602 | 603 | 605 | 607 | 608 | 609 | 610
 611 | 612F |
612P | 614 | 615 | 617
 619 | 620
 | 621

  Capstone MSAC  695
 Internship Program MSAA  698 E-W
Master of Science in Organization Leadership (MSOL)
  Course Title Course Prefix   Course Number
  Core MSM  602 | 612 | 621 | 631 | 661
  Organization Leadership MSM  635 | 636 | 637 | 638 | 639 | 651 | 657
 658 | 659 | 671
  Capstone MSM  682
  Internship Program MSM  E | E-W

 



All School of Management Students
APA Style Sheet Statement

Per syllabus instructions, graduate courses require students to use the APA Style Sheet for written assignments. Writing information can be accessed through: http://www.regis.edu/regis.asp?sctn=ars&p1=ws.

American Pyschological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN13: 978-1-4338-0561-5 softcover. Companion website: http://www.apastyle.org.

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MBAA 602
Interpreting Accounting Information

MBAA 602 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Subramanyam, K. R., & Wild, J. J. (2009). Financial statement analysis (10th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN13: 978-0-07-337943-2 hardcover. Companion website: http://www.mhhe.com/subramanyam10e.  

Note: MBAA 602 crosslisted with MSAA 602.

MBAA 603
Financial Reporting and Practice

MBAA 603 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):


Kieso, D. E., Weygandt, J. J., & Warfield, T. D. (2013). Intermediate accounting (15th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-1-118-56613-8 book with WileyPLUS.

Note: MBAA 603 crosslisted with MSAA 603.


 MBAA 605
Advanced Auditing

MBAA 605 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Trussel, J. M., Fraser, J. D. (2012). The lakeside company: Case studies in auditing (12th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall (Pearson Education). ISBN13: 978-0-13-256725-1 softcover. Trussel text replaces Whittington as of 14S8W1 term.

Note: MBAA 605 crosslisted with MSAA 605.


MBAA 606
Financial Accounting Theory

MBAA 606 Classroom Syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

TBA.


MBAA 607
Accounting for Non-Profit & Government Organizations

MBAA 607 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Reck, J. L., Lowensohn, S. L., & Wilson, E. R. (2013). Accounting for governmental and nonprofit entities (16th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-811093-1 hardcover.

Note: MBAA 607 crosslisted with MSAA 607.


MBAA 608
International Accounting

MBAA 608 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Mackenzie, B., Coetsee, D., Njikizana, T., Chamboko, R., Colyvas, B., & Hanekom, B. (2013). Wiley IFRS 2013: Interpretation and application of international financial reporting standards (annual ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN13: 978-1-1182-7727-0 softcover (book only).

Moving to new edition as of 14M8W1 (May):

Mackenzie, B., Coetsee, D., Njikizana, T., Selbst, E., Chamboko, R., Colyvas, B., & Hanekom, B. (2014). Wiley IFRS 2014: Interpretation and application of international financial reporting standards (annual ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN13: 978-1-1187-3409-4 softcover (book only).


Note: MBAA 608 crosslisted with MSAA 608.

MBAA 609
Case Studies in Management Accounting

MBAA 609 Classroom Syllabus TBA

Required:

Blocher, E. J., Stout, D., Juras, P., & Cokins, G. (2013). Cost management: A strategic emphasis (6th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin. ISBN13: 978-0-07-802553-2 or ISBN10: 0-07-802553-2 hardcover. Companion website: http://mhhe.com/blocher6e.

Note: MBAA 609 crosslisted with MSAA 609.

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MBAA 610
Controllership

MBAA 610 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required materials for purchase. See syllabus.

Note: MBAA 610 crosslisted with MSAA 610.


MBAA 611
Tax Influences on Business Decisions

MBAA 611 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Other reading material to be assigned by instructor in class, such as library reserve, etc.

Note: MBAA 611 crosslisted with MSAA 611.

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MBAA 612P
XBRL and Interactive Data

MBAA 612P Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No books required. 

Note: MSAA 612P crosslisted with MBAA 612P.

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MBAA 614
IT Auditing

MBAA/MSAA 614 & MSIA 684 Syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

Cascarino, R. E. (2012). Auditor's guide to information systems auditing (2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-1-1181-4761-0 hardcover. This edition effective as of Spring 8W1 2013, syllabus to be revised.

Note: MBAA 614 crosslisted with MSAA 614.


MBAA 615
Income Tax Research

MBAA 615 Classroom Syllabus - to be revised

Required Course Material(s):

Gardner, R. L., Stewart, D. N., & Worsham, R. G. (2008). Tax research techniques (8th ed.). New York: American Institute for Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). ISBN13: 978-0-87051-727-3 softcover.

New edition as of Summer 2013 8W1:

Gardner, R. L., Stewart, D. N., & Worsham, R. G. (2012). Tax research techniques (9th ed.). New York: American Institute for Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). ISBN13: 978-1-93735-016-1 softcover.

Note: MBAA 615 crosslisted with MSAA 615.


MBAA 617
Accounting Information Systems

MBAA 617 Classroom Syllabus under revision

Required Course Material(s):

Hurt, R. (2010). Accounting information systems (2nd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-811105-1 hardcover.

Course and syllabus pending revisions and future offerings with new text:

Simkin, M. G., Rose, J. M., & Norman, C. S. (2012). Core concepts of accounting information systems (12th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. ISBN13: 978-1-118-02230-6 softcover.

Note: MBAA 617 crosslisted with MSAA 617.


MBAA 619
Forensic Accounting

MBAA 619 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Crumbley, D. L., Heitger, L. E., & Smith, G. S. (2011). Forensic and investigative accounting (5th ed.). Chicago, IL: Commerce Clearing House/CCH (Wolters Kluwer). ISBN13: 978-0-8080-2687-7 hardcover. Companion website: http://cchstudymate.com.

Note: MBAA 619 crosslisted with MSAA 619.


MBAA 621
Financial Applications of XBRL and Interactive Data

MBAA 621 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts to purchase. See resources in syllabus including Rivet Crossfire software modules in computer labs.

Note: MBAA 621 crosslisted with MSAA 621.

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MBAC 600
Economics of Management

MBAC 600 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts to purchase. See syllabus.


MBAC 601
Ethical and Legal Environment of Business

MBAC 601 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Velasquez, M. G. (2012). Business ethics: Concepts and cases (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall (Pearson). ISBN13: 978-0-205-01766-9 softcover.

Mallor, J. P., Barnes, A. J., Bowers, L. T., & Langvardt, A. W. (2013). Business law: The ethical, global and e-commerce environment (15th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-352498-6 hardcover. Companion website: http://www.mhhe.com/mallor15e.

Note: MBAC 601 crosslisted with MSAC 601.


MBAC 602
Developing Effective Organizations

MBAC 602 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Maidment, F. H. (2014). Annual editions: Management - custom text (17th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Create. ISBN13: 978-1-121979055 softcover.


MBAC 603
 Marketing and Operations Decision Points

MBAC 603 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Treacy, M., & Wiersema, F. (1995). The discipline of market leaders: Choose your customers, narrow your focus, dominate your market (1st ed.). New York: Basic Books (Perseus). ISBN13: 978-0-201-40719-8 softcover. 


MBAC 604
Financial Governance, Planning & Control

MBAC 604 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

School of Management. (2013). Financial governance, planning and control – custom text (1st edition). New York: McGraw-Hill Create. ISBN13: 978-1-30802544-5 ebook version or 978-1-30801344-2 print version. This is a compilation of chapter selections from seven McGraw-Hill textbooks, created specifically for Regis students in this course.

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MBAE 600
Emergent Modern Business Firms

MBAE 600 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

Roberts, J. (2007). The modern firm: Organizational design for performance and growth (1st ed.). New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN13: 978-0-19-829375-0 softcover.

Other materials:

See syllabus for electronic library resources.


MBAE 601
Emerging  Markets

MBAE 601 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts for purchase. See syllabus.


MBAE 602
Strategy in Emergent Economies

MBAE 602 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

Gamble, J. E., Thompson, A. A., & Peteraf, M. A. (2012). Essentials of strategic management: The quest for competitive advantage (3rd.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-802928-8 softcover. Companion website: http://www.mhhe.com/gamble3e.


MBAE 610
Financial Strategy

MBAE 610 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

Eun, C. S., & Resnick, B. G. (2012). International financial management (6th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-803465-7 hardcover. Companion website: http://mhhe.com/er6e.

Note: Eun text also used in MBAF 605.


MBAE 611
Marketing in Emergent Economies

MBAE 611 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

Kotler, P., & Armstrong, G. (2007). Marketing: Versión para Latinoamérica (11th ed.). México: Prentice Hall (Pearson Educación). ISBN13: 978-970260770-0 softcover. Students purchase international editions via the ITESO University bookstore.


MBAE 612
Emergent Economy Operations

MBAE 612 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

Collier, D. A., & Evans, J. R. (2007). Operations management: Goods, services and value chains International student edition (2nd ed.). South-Western (Cengage Learning). Students purchase international editions via the ITESO University bookstore.


MBAE 620
Strategic Human Resources

MBAE 620 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

Vance, C. M., & Paik, Y. (2010). Managing a global workforce: Challenges and opportunities in international human resource management (2nd ed.). Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe. ISBN13: 978-0-7656-2349-2 softcover.


MBAE 622
Firm Growth Strategies

MBAE 622 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

Ross, S. A., Westerfield, R. W., & Jaffe, J. F. (2012). Finanzas corporativas (9a ed.). México: McGraw-Hill Latinoamérica. ISBN13: 978-607150741-9 softcover. Syllabus lists old 8th edition 2009.

Hitt, M. A., Ireland, R. D., & Hoskisson, R. E.
(2008). Administración estratégica: Competitividad y globalización, conceptos y casos (7a ed.). México: Cengage Learning. ISBN13: 978-970686596-0 softcover.


MBAE 630
Entrepreneurship and Innovation

MBAE 630 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts. Refer to syllabus for other resources.


MBAE 631
Leadership and Change Management

MBAE 631 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

Delacerda-Gastélum, J. (2009). La estrategia de las latinas: Transformación de las empresas latinoamericanas para superar crisis económicas y ser globalmente competitivas (1a ed.). México: Biblioteca Empresarial ITESO (LID Editorial). ISBN13: 978-6077610020 softcover.


MBAE 632
Corporate Social Responsibility

MBAE 632 Online Syllabus

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts. Refer to syllabus for other resources.


MBAE 695
New Business Environments

MBAE 695 Online Syllabus

A few courses will be offered at https://worldclass.regis.edu for the summer term only. The courses are NR 485 CN70, MT 101, MBAE 695 XPX70, and all courses based out of the Thornton Campus in the Dual Language Program.

Available only online for the MBA Dual Language Program.

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts. Refer to syllabus for instructions on accessing the CAPSIM web-based business simulation. Website: http://www.capsim.com.

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MBAF 601
Accounting & Financial Management

MBAF 601 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

New course as of Fall 8W1 2013


MBAF 602
Financial Decision Making

MBAF 602 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Brigham, E. F., & Daves, P. R. (2013). Intermediate financial management (11th ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western (Cengage Learning). ISBN13: 978-1-111-53026-6 hardcover.


MBAF 603
Investments and Portfolio Management

MBAF 603 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Reilly, F. K., & Brown, K. C. (2009). Investment analysis and portfolio management (9th ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western (Cengage Learning). ISBN13: 978-0-324-65612-2 hardcover (text w/optional Thomson ONE access card). Companion website: http://cengage.com/highered.


MBAF 604
Money and Banking

MBAF 604 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

School of Management. (2012). Commercial bank management: A stakeholder approach (custom text for MBAF 604). New York: McGraw-Hill Create. ISBN13: 978-1-121-66418-0 ebook version.


MBAF 605
International Financial Management

MBAF 605 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Eun, C. S., & Resnick, B. G. (2012). International financial management (6th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-803465-7 hardcover. Companion website: http://mhhe.com/er6e.

Note: Eun text also used in MBAE 610.


MBAF 606
Case Studies in Financial Management

MBAF 606 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Kester, W. C., Ruback, R. S., & Tufano, P. (2010). Custom text for MBAF 606 Case Studies in Financial Management (1st ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Create. ISBN13: 978-1-121-11640-5 softcover. Contains selected cases & readings from the original 12th edition 2005.

Note: The original full hardcover edition of Kester is out-of-print with McGraw-Hill. For as long as old/used copies remain in circulation, be aware that purchasing the full version is optional and will cost more.
As of Spring 2011 8W2 term the custom version above is only available via the Regis Bookstore and specially produced and priced for Regis MBA students.


 MBAF 617
Product Management

MBAF 617 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Gorchels, L. (2012). The product manager's handbook (4th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Professional. ISBN13: 978-0-07-177298-3 hardcover.

Other:

Link to library e-reserves: http://130.253.4.143/eres/default.aspx MBAK617 – Product Management

The Marketplace Business Simulation Game – access to game discussed first night of class.

Note: MBAF 617 crosslisted with MBAK 617 & MBAO 617.


MBAF 620
 Derivatives

MBAF 620 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Chance, D. M., & Brooks, R. (2010). Introduction to derivatives and risk management (8th ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western (Cengage Learning). ISBN13: 978-0-324-60121-3 hardcover. 

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MBAG 607
 Business Accelerator

MBAG 607 Classroom Syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts.


MBAG 608E-W
 Seminar in Current Business Topics

MBAG 608E-W Classroom Syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

TBA.


MBAG 609
 Design Thinking & Business Analytics

MBAG 609 Classroom Syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts.


MBAG 611
Innovation in Business

MBAG 611 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Dundon, E. (2002). Seeds of innovation: Cultivating the synergy that fosters new ideas (reprint ed.). New York: AMACOM (Ingram). ISBN13: 978-0-8144-1571-9 softcover. Interchangeable with original hardcover edition ISBN13: 978-0-8144-7146-3.

Moore, G. A. (2005). Dealing with Darwin: How great companies innovate at every phase of their business (1st ed.). New York: Portfolio (Penguin). ISBN13: 978-1-59184-214-9 softcover.

Supplemental:

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN13: 978-1-4338-0561-5 softcover.

Note: MBAG 611 crosslisted with MBAO 611.


MBAG 698E-W

Internship Program

MBAG 698E-W internship guidelines

Click here for example

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts.



MBAH 602
Health Care Policy

MBAH 602 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

There are no required textbooks for this course.  See additional resources in syllabus.


MBAH 603
Issues in Health Care Management

MBAH 603 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

There are no required texts for this course. Instead, your review and analysis of contemporary and topical supplemental readings from the literature will facilitate achievement of course objectives.


MBAH 604
Information Management in Healthcare

MBAH 604 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Tan, J. K. H., & Payton, F. C. (2010). Adaptive health management information systems: Concepts, cases, and practical applications (3rd ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishers. ISBN13: 978-0-7637-5691-8 softcover.

Recommended:
Completion of all six MBAC core courses

MBAH 605
Health Care Marketing

MBAH 605 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Berkowitz, E. N. (2011). Essentials of health care marketing (3rd ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishers. ISBN13: 978-0-7637-8333-4 softcover.

Fortenberry, J. L. (2010). Health care marketing: Tools and techniques (3rd ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishers. ISBN13: 978-1-4496-2221-3 softcover.


MBAH 606
Health Care Finance

MBAH 606 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Gapenski, L. C. (2010). Cases in healthcare finance (4th ed.). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press (American College of Healthcare Executives). ISBN13: 978-1-56793-342-0 softcover.

Gapenski, L. C. (2012). Healthcare finance: An introduction to accounting and financial management (5th ed.). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press (American College of Healthcare Executives). ISBN13: 978-1-56793-425-0 hardcover.

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MBAI 602
Issues in International Business

MBAI 602 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Hill, C. W. L. (2013). International business: Competing in the global marketplace (9th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-802924-0 hardcover (book only, ConnectPlus not required). Companion website: http://mhhe.com/hill9e.

Other resources, non-bookstore item:

Refer to syllabus for current list of case studies to order directly from Harvard Business School website.


MBAK 603
Marketing Strategy

MBAK 603 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts. Readings assigned from library resources.

MBAK 604
International Marketing

MBAK 604 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Cateora, P. R., Gilly, M. C., & Graham, J. L. (2013). International marketing (16th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN13: 978-0-07-352997-4 hardcover. Companion website: http://mhhe.com/cateora16e. This edition published Sept. 2012. Syllabus revisions pending.


MBAK 606G
Seminar in Marketing: Sales and Sales Management

MBAK 606G Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Futrell, C. M. (2014). Fundamentals of selling: Customers for life through service (13th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-786101-8 hardcover. Companion website: http://www.mhhe.com/futrell13e. This edition published March 2013. Syllabus revisions pending.

MBAK 617
Product Management

MBAK 617 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Gorchels, L. (2012). The product manager's handbook (4th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Professional. ISBN13: 978-0-07-177298-3 hardcover.

Other:

Link to library e-reserves: http://130.253.4.143/eres/default.aspx MBAK617 – Product Management

The Marketplace Business Simulation Game – access to game discussed first night of class.

Note: MBAK 617 crosslisted with MBAF 617 & MBAO 617.


MBAK 619
Digital Marketing and Promotion

MBAK 619 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts. See syllabus for additional course materials.

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MBAK 620

Discovering Marketing Opportunity

MBAK 620 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts. See syllabus for additional course materials.

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MBAK 621
Integrating the Marketing Mix

MBAK 621 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts. See syllabus for additional course materials.

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MBAK 622
Branding & Promotion: Strategy

MBAK 622 classroom syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Arens, W. F., Weingold, M. F., & Arens, C. (2013). Contemporary advertising and integrated marketing communications (14th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-802895-3 looseleaf. Companion website: http://mhhe.com/arens14e. This edition published in Dec. 2012, syllabus revision pending.

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MBAK 623
Customer Relations: Development & Management

MBAK 623 classroom syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

Greenberg, P. (2010) CRM at the speed of light: Social CRM 2.0 strategies, tools, and techniques for engaging your customers (4th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-159045-7 hardcover.

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MBAK 624
Entrepreneurial Marketing

MBAK 624 classroom syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

Gerber, M. E. (1995). The e-myth revisited: Why most small businesses don’t work and what to do about it (1st ed.). New York: HarperCollins. ISBN13: 978-0-88730-728-7 softcover.

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MBAM 602
Leadership Management Challenge

MBAM 602 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Daniels, A. C., & Daniels, J. E. (2006). Performance management: Changing behavior that drives organizational effectiveness (4th ed.). Atlanta, GA: Performance Management Publications, Aubrey Daniels International Inc. (ADI). ISBN13: 978-0-937100-08-0 hardcover.

Optional extra credit:

BLITZ online instrument - Early in the term, the School of Management will email registered students (RegisNet account) instructions for purchasing directly from ADI. Companion website: http://aubreydaniels.com/blitz-regis.

First week assignment:

Read the following article available in Electronic Reserve: http://ereserves.regis.edu/ares/. Enter your regisnet username and password and type in the course number (msm602) into the search box. That will take you to the ereserves which are available a week prior to the course start date. (If you have any trouble accessing the article please call the library at (303) 458-4030)

Sims, H., Faraj, S., & Yun, S. (2009). When should a leader be directive or empowering? How to develop your own situational theory of leadership. Business Horizons, 52, 149-158.

Using the general strategy provided in the article as a guideline, analyze your current organization’s leadership using a “situational” perspective. Analysis should be 2-3 double-spaced pages in 12-point font. Make sure you include a title page and a thesis statement in your introduction, and support your claims with reference materials from the course readings or other outside sources. The expectation is that you will use at least three sources in your analysis. APA style is required for in-text citations as well as for your reference list. Submit your paper to the facilitator at the first class.

Note: MBAM 602 crosslisted with MSM 602.

MBAM 604
Leadership: Explored & Applied

Required Course Material(s):


Northouse, P. G. (2013). Leadership: Theory and practice (6th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN13: 978-1-4522-4466-2 softcover (bundled with access to interactive ebook). Companion website: http://www.sagepub.com/northouse6e.

Other:

Leader Behavior Analysis II® and Situational Leadership® II Article. Visit The Ken Blanchard Companies website at http://www.blanchardlearning.com/regisuniv/. Please follow the instructions that will be provided at the first class session for completing your contact information and providing your credit card payment in the amount of $41.90. You will also be charged tax according to your state laws for online versions of tangible products, materials, or assessments.

For classroom-based students there is a first night assignment:

Prior to class, w
rite a three-four page paper answering the questions provided in the Week One Topic One document, about the Leadership Style paper.


MBAM 609
Professional Communication

MBAM 609 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts. See syllabus or contact instructor.

MBAM 611
Strategy Formulation

MBAM 611 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

De Wit, B., & Meyer, R. (2010). Strategy: Process, content, context - an international perspective (4th ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western (Cengage Learning). ISBN13: 978-1-4080-1902-3 softcover.

Hitt, M. A., Ireland, R. A., & Hoskisson, R. E. (2013). Strategic management concepts: Competitiveness and globalization (10th ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western (Cengage Learning). ISBN13: 978-1-133-49523-9 softcover.

Mintzberg, H., Ahlstrand, B., & Lampel, J. (2005). Strategy safari: A guided tour through the wilds of strategic management (reprint ed.). New York: The Free Press (Simon & Schuster). ISBN13: 978-0-7432-70571 softcover [interchangeable with original 1998 hardcover ISBN13: 978-0-684-84743-4 or ISBN10: 0-684-84743-4].

MBAM 612
Strategy Implementation & Management

MBAM 612 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Thompson, A. A., Peteraf, M., Gamble, J. E., & Strickland, A. J. (2014). Crafting and executing strategy: The quest for competitive advantage - Concepts and readings (19th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN13: 978-0-07-753707-4 softcover.

Pearce, J. A., & Robinson, Jr., R. B. (2010). Formulation, implementation and control of competitive strategy - custom version for MBAM 612 (11th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Create. ISBN13: 978-0-697-78766-8 softcover. Contains selected chapters 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11 & 13 from Pearce 11th edition 2009. Students will please note that this is a custom version of the textbook, specially reproduced with selected chapters instead of the entire book. This was arranged with the publisher and the Regis Bookstore in order to reduce student cost.

MBAM 615
Managing Change

MBAM 615 Classroom Syllabus

Click here for Supplemental Information And Handouts

Required Course Material(s):

Hamel, G., & Prahalad, C. K. (1996). Competing for the future (rev. ed.). Boston, MA: Harvard Business School. ISBN13: 978-0-87584-716-0 softcover.

MBA Program & Dan Mihelich. (2005). MBAM 615 XanEdu coursepack: Managing Change (Version 2). Students buy printed version via bookstore containing access code for alternate digital version at http://xanedu.com). Contains four Harvard case studies: Ben & Jerry's, Caterpillar, GM, Komatsu.

Other:

Online instruments are required for this course. The cost for the online instruments is $75.00 and is automatically added as a course fee when registering for the course.  The online instruments will be accessible for use as the instructor assigns. There will not be a refund for the instruments after the drop/add date for course has passed.

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MBAM 616
History & Theory of Management

MBAM 616 Classroom Syllabus - will be sent to registered students prior to first night of class

Required Course Material(s):

Kinicki, A., & Williams, B. K. (2013). Management: A practical introduction (6th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-802954-7 softcover.

Shafritz, J. M., Ott, J. S., & Jang, Y. S. (2011). Classics of organization theory (7th ed.). Boston, MA: Wadsworth (Cengage). ISBN13: 978-0-495-56941-1 softcover.

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MBAM 617
Power & Politics

MBAM 617 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

DuBrin, A. J. (2009). Political behavior in organizations (1st ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN13: 978-1-4129-5461-7 softcover.

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MBAM 618
Finance for Strategic Managers

MBAM 618 Classroom Syllabus TBA

Required Course Material(s):

New course Fall 2012 8W2. Book info TBA.


MBAM 695F
Learning Organization Environment

MBAM 695F Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts.


MBAO 602
Operations Management

MBAO 602 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Schroeder, R. G., Goldstein, S. M., & Rungtusanatham, M. J. (2011). Operations management: Contemporary concepts and cases (5th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-340338-0 softcover.


MBAO 603
Leading Projects In Contemporary Organizations

MBAO 603 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Meredith, J. R., & Mantel, S. J. (2012). Project management: A managerial approach (8th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-0-470-53302-4 hardcover. [Also available on Books24x7 via the Library link at http://dml.regis.edu/login?url=http://library.books24x7.com/library.asp?^B&bookid=44417.]

PMI Standards Committee. (2013). A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) (5th ed.). Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute (PMI). ISBN13: 978-1-935589-67-9 softcover. Companion website: http://www.pmi.org. [Also available on Books24x7 via the Library link at http://dml.regis.edu/login?url=http://library.books24x7.com/library.asp?^B&bookid=51356.] 

Chatfield, C. S., & Johnson, T. D. (2010). Microsoft office project 2010 step by step. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press. ISBN13: 978-0-7356-2695-9 softcover. [Also available on Books24x7 via http://dml.regis.edu/login?url=http://regis.eblib.com/patron/FullRecord.aspx?p=553580.]

Microsoft Project 2010 software required - Refer to syllabus for instructions and options prior to purchasing.

Week One Assignments - see syllabus.

Note: MBAO 603 crosslisted with MSM 657.

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MBAO 611
Innovations in Business

MBAO 611 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Dundon, E. (2002). Seeds of innovation: Cultivating the synergy that fosters new ideas (reprint ed.). New York: AMACOM (Ingram). ISBN13: 978-0-8144-1571-9 softcover. [Interchangeable with original hardcover edition ISBN13: 978-0-8144-7146-3 or ISBN10: 0-8144-7146-3].

Moore, G. A. (2005). Dealing with Darwin: How great companies innovate at every phase of their business (1st ed.). New York: Portfolio (Penguin). ISBN13: 978-1-59184-214-9 softcover.

Supplemental:

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN13: 978-1-4338-0561-5 softcover.

Note: MBAO 611 crosslisted with MBAG 611.


MBAO 615
Management of Project Performance

MBAO 615 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Chatfield, C. S., & Johnson, T. D. (2010). Microsoft office project 2010 step by step. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press. ISBN13: 978-0-7356-2695-9 softcover. [Also available on Books24x7 via www.regis.edu/library.]

Kerzner, H. (2009). Project management: A systems approach to planning, scheduling, and controlling (10th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-0-470-27870-3 hardcover. 

PMI Standards Committee. (2013). A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK Guide) (5th ed.). Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute (PMI). ISBN13: 978-1-935589-67-9 softcover. Companion website: http://pmi.org. [Also available on Books24x7 via www.regis.edu/library.]

Microsoft Project 2010 software required - Refer to syllabus for instructions and options prior to purchasing.

Optional:

Meredith, J. R., & Mantel, S. J. (2012). Project management: A managerial approach (8th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-0-470-53302-4 hardcover.

Week One Assignments - see syllabus.

Note: MBAO 615 crosslisted with MSM 658.

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MBAO 617
Product Management

MBAO 617 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Gorchels, L. (2012). The product manager's handbook (4th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Professional. ISBN13: 978-0-07-177298-3 hardcover.

Other:

Library e-reserve link: http://130.253.4.143/eres/default.aspx MBAK617 – Product Management

The Marketplace Business Simulation Game – access to game discussed first night of class.


MBAO 619
Emerging Technologies

MBAO 619 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required text.

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MBAO 622
Sustainable Operations

MBAO 622 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Materials(s):

Esty, D. C., & Winston, A. S. (2009). Green to gold: How smart companies use environmental strategy to innovate, create value, and build competitive advantage (rev. & upd. ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons. ISBN13: 978-0-470-39374-1 softcover.

Esty, D. C., & Simmons, P. J. (2011). Green to gold playbook: How to implement sustainability practices for bottom-line results in every business function (1st ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons. ISBN13: 978-0-470-59075-1 hardcover.

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MBAO 623
Supply Chain Management

MBAO 623 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Chopra, S., & Meindl, P. (2010). Supply chain management: Strategy, planning, and operation (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall (Pearson). ISBN13: 978-0-13-608040-4 hardcover.

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MBAO 651
Delivering Organization Excellence

MBAO 651 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Brassard, M. (1996). The memory jogger plus+: Featuring the seven management and planning tools (rev. ed.). Salem, NH: Goal/QPC. ISBN13: 978-1-879364-83-7 softcover.  

Required supplemental materials (non-bookstore items):

The following materials can be found and downloaded at: www.baldrige.nist.gov and at www.baldrige.nist.gov/Landmark.htm and www.baldrige.nist.gov/eBaldrige/Step_One.htm:

·       Baldrige National Quality Program, Criteria for Performance Excellence (BNQPC)

·       Baldrige National Quality Program, easyInsight Self Assessment (http://www.baldrige.nist.gov/eBaldrige/Step_One.htm)

·       Baldrige National Quality Program, Landmark Dining, Inc. Case Study

·       Baldrige National Quality Program, Landmark Dining, Inc. Feedback Report (http://www.quality.nist.gov/Landmark.htm)

·       Baldrige Issue Paper PDF; Baldrige: Ethics – A Strategic Imperative at: http://www.baldrige.nist.gov/Issue_Sheet_Ethics.htm

·       Baldrige National Quality Program, Are We Making Progress? (Category 1: Leadership)

 

In Week One, the facilitator will provide:

1.       A course syllabus to supplement the Syllabus that is used as a guide.

2.       Details of grading and evaluation for this course.

Week One Assignments:

1.      Self-Assessment

Visit www.baldrige.nist.gov/eBaldrige/Step One.htm to read the introduction and the directions for the easyInsight Self-Assessment. When you have completed the online questionnaire, add your NAIC (North American Industry Classification System) number so that your organization can be compared with others in your industry, and then submit your questionnaire. Soon after submission, you’ll be able to view a comparison of your organization with others in similar organizations that have taken the challenge and completed the assessment.

 2.     Readings

Baldrige National Quality Program, Criteria for Performance Excellence (BNQPC) (read the entire 2011-2012 edition: pages i-73). Become familiar with the Glossary of Key Terms, pages 56-64 and Scoring System, pages 68-69

Baldrige National Quality Program easyInsight Self Assessment (www.baldrige.nist.gov/eBaldrige/Step_One.htm 

 3.     Written Assignments

Write a three - five page summary of the results of the Self-Assessment; explain the results as you see your company and what you think the role leadership has in improving the areas you discovered that were the lowest in the assessment.  This assignment is due the first night of class.   

Note: MBAO 651 crosslisted with MSM 651.

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MBAO  659
Project Monitoring and Delivery

MBAO 659 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Milosevic, D. Z., Martinelli, R. J., & Waddell, J. W. (2007). Program management for improved business results (1st ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN13: 978-0-471-78354-1. [Also available Books 24x7 via www.regis.edu/library.]

PMI Standards Committee. (2013). The standard for program management (3rd ed.). Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute (PMI). ISBN13: 978-1-935589-68-6 softcover. [Also available on Books24x7 via www.regis.edu/library.]

Optional:

PMI Standards Committee. (2013). A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK Guide) (5th ed.). Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute (PMI). ISBN13: 978-1-935589-67-9 softcover.
Companion website: http://www.pmi.org. [Also available on Books24x7 via www.regis.edu/library.]

Microsoft Project 2010 software required - Refer to syllabus for instructions and options prior to purchasing.

Week One assignments - see syllabus.

Note: MBAO 659 crosslisted with MSM 659.

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MBAX 600
Sustainability and the Context of Business in the 21st Century

MBAX 600 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts. See syllabus for additional materials.

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MBAX 695
Business Platforms: A Model for the 21st Century

MBAX 695 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts.

GRADUATION REMINDER:  Don't forget! To be considered a candidate for graduation, all students must file a Graduation Application with the Office of Academic Records and Registration. Failing to apply by the deadlines may delay graduation to a subsequent semester. Click here for application, deadline dates and more. Congratulations and best of luck!

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MBOP 604
Coaching for Change

MBOP 604 Classroom Syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

TBA

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MBOP 606
Effective Decision Making in Performance

MBOP 606 Classroom Syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

TBA

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MBOP 608
Organizational Performance Measurement System

MBOP 608 Classroom Syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

TBA

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MSAA 602
Interpreting Accounting Information

MSAA 602 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Subramanyam, K. R., & Wild, J. J. (2009). Financial statement analysis (10th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN13: 978-0-07-337943-2 hardcover. Companion website: http://www.mhhe.com/subramanyam10e.

Note: MSAA 602 crosslisted with MBAA 602.

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MSAA 603
Financial Roporting and Practice

MSAA 603 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Kieso, D. E., Weygandt, J. J., & Warfield, T. D. (2012). Intermediate accounting (14th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-1-1180-8829-6 binder ready version (loose-leaf) with WileyPlus access code. Interchangeable with hardcover version.

Moving to new edition effective Fall 2013 8W1, syllabus revision TBA:

Kieso, D. E., Weygandt, J. J., & Warfield, T. D. (2013). Intermediate accounting (15th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-1-118-56613-8 book with WileyPLUS.


Note: MSAA 603 crosslisted with MBAA 603.

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MSAA 605
Advanced Auditing

MSAA 605 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Trussel, J. M., Fraser, J. D. (2012). The lakeside company: Case studies in auditing (12th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall (Pearson Education). ISBN13: 978-0-13-256725-1 softcover. Trussel text replaces Whittington as of 14S8W1 term.

Note: MSAA 605 crosslisted with MBAA 605.

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MSAA 607
Accounting for Non-Profit & Government Organizations

MSAA 607 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Reck, J. L., Lowensohn, S. L., & Wilson, E. R. (2013). Accounting for governmental and nonprofit entities (16th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-811093-1 hardcover.

Note: MSAA 607 crosslisted with MBAA 607.

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MSAA 608
Accounting for the International Enterprise

MSAA 608 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Mackenzie, B., Coetsee, D., Njikizana, T., Chamboko, R., Colyvas, B., & Hanekom, B. (2013). Wiley IFRS 2013: Interpretation and application of international financial reporting standards (annual ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN13: 978-1-1182-7727-0 softcover (book only).

Moving to new edition as of Summer 8W1 2014 (May):

Mackenzie, B., Coetsee, D., Njikizana, T., Selbst, E., Chamboko, R., Colyvas, B., & Hanekom, B. (2014). Wiley IFRS 2014: Interpretation and application of international financial reporting standards (annual ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN13: 978-1-1187-3409-4 softcover (book only).

Note: MSAA 608 crosslisted with MBAA 608.

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MSAA 609
Case Studies in Management Accounting

MSAA 609 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Blocher, E. J., Stout, D., Juras, P., & Cokins, G. (2013). Cost management: A strategic emphasis (6th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin. ISBN13: 978-0-07-802553-2 hardcover. Companion website: http://mhhe.com/blocher6e. 

Note: MSAA 609 crosslisted with MBAA 609.

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MSAA 610
Controllership

MSAA 610 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts for purchase. See syllabus.

Note: MSAA 610 crosslisted with MBAA 610.

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MSAA 611
Tax Influences on Business Decisions

MSAA 611 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No texts required for bookstore purchase. Other reading material to be assigned by instructor in class, such as library reserve, etc.

Note: MSAA 611 crosslisted with MBAA 611.

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MSAA 612P
XBRL and Interactive Data

MSAA 612P Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No books required. 

Note: MSAA 612P crosslisted with MBAA 612P.

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MSAA  614
IT Auditing

MBAA/MSAA 614 & MSIA 684 Syllabus - TBA

Required Course Material(s):

Cascarino, R. E. (2012). Auditor's guide to information systems auditing (2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-1-1181-4761-0 hardcover. This edition effective Spring 8W1 2013, syllabus to be revised.

Note: MSAA 614 crosslisted with MBAA 614.

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MSAA 615
Income Tax Research

MSAA 615 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Gardner, R. L., Stewart, D. N., & Worsham, R. G. (2008). Tax research techniques (8th ed.). New York: American Institute for Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). ISBN13: 978-0-87051-727-3 softcover.

New edition as of Summer 2013 8W1, syllabus to be revised:

Gardner, R. L., Stewart, D. N., & Worsham, R. G. (2012). Tax research techniques (9th ed.). New York: American Institute for Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). ISBN13: 978-1-93735-016-1 softcover.

Note: MSAA 615 crosslisted with MBAA 615.

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MSAA 617
Accounting Information Systems

MSAA 617 Classroom Syllabus under revision

Required Course Material(s):

Hurt, R. (2010). Accounting information systems (2nd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-811105-1 hardcover.

Note: MSAA 617 crosslisted with MBAA 617.

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MSAA 619
Forensic Accounting

MSAA 619 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Crumbley, D. L., Heitger, L. E., & Smith, G. S. (2011). Forensic and investigative accounting (5th ed.). Chicago, IL: Commerce Clearing House/CCH (Wolters Kluwer). ISBN13: 978-0-8080-2687-7 hardcover. Companion website: http://cchstudymate.com.

Note: MSAA 619 crosslisted with MBAA 619.

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MSAA 621
Financial Applications of XBRL and Interactive Data

MSAA 621 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts for purchase. See resources in syllabus including Rivet Crossfire software modules in computer labs.

Note: MSAA 621 crosslisted with MBAA 621.

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MSAC 601
Ethical and Legal Environment of Business

MSAC 601 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Velasquez, M. G. (2012). Business ethics: Concepts and cases (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall (Pearson). ISBN13: 978-0-205-01766-9 softcover.

Mallor, J. P., Barnes, A. J., Bowers, L. T., & Langvardt, A. W. (2013). Business law: The ethical, global and e-commerce environment (15th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-352498-6 hardcover. Companion website: http://www.mhhe.com/mallor15e.

Note: MSAC 601 crosslisted with MBAC 601.

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MSAC 695
Business Planning & Strategy

MSAC 695 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

There is no text required for this course. This course will use research articles instead. Reading material will be obtained from Dayton Memorial Library resources. Students must access the library to recover and read the assigned articles.

Read the MSA Capstone policy.

Online instruments are required for this course. The cost for the online instruments is $100.00 and is automatically added as a course fee when registering for the course.  The online instruments will be accessible for use as the instructor assigns. There will not be a refund for the instruments after the drop/add date for course has passed.

GRADUATION REMINDER:  Don't forget! To be considered a candidate for graduation, all students must file a Graduation Application with the Office of Academic Records and Registration.  Failing to apply by the deadlines may delay graduation to a subsequent semester. Click here for application, deadline dates and more. Congratulations and best of luck!

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MSAA 698 E-W

Internship Program

MSAA 698E-W internship guidelines

Click here for example

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts.

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MSM 602
Leadership Management Challenge

MSM 602 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Daniels, A. C., & Daniels, J. E. (2006). Performance management: Changing behavior that drives organizational effectiveness (4th ed.). Atlanta, GA: Performance Management Publications, Aubrey Daniels International Inc. (ADI). ISBN13: 978-0-937100-08-0 hardcover.

Optional extra credit:

BLITZ online instrument - Early in the term, the School of Management will email registered students (RegisNet account) instructions for purchasing directly from ADI. Companion website: http://aubreydaniels.com/blitz-regis.

First week assignment:

Read the following article available in Electronic Reserve: http://ereserves.regis.edu/ares/. Once there enter, your regisnet username and password and type in the course number (msm602) into the search box. That will take you to the ereserves which are available a week prior to the course start date. (If you have any trouble accessing the article please call the library at (303) 458-4030).

Sims, H., Faraj, S., & Yun, S. (2009). When should a leader be directive or empowering? How to develop your own situational theory of leadership. Business Horizons, 52, 149-158.

Using the general strategy provided in the article as a guideline, analyze your current organization’s leadership using a “situational” perspective. Analysis should be 2-3 double-spaced pages in 12-point font. Make sure you include a title page and a thesis statement in your introduction, and support your claims with reference materials from the course readings or other outside sources. The expectation is that you will use at least three sources in your analysis. APA style is required for in-text citations as well as for your reference list. Submit your paper to the facilitator at the first class.

Note: MSM 602 crosslisted with MBAM 602.

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MSM 612
Making Decisions in Organizations

MSM 612 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Hammond, J. S., Keeney, R. L., & Raiffa, H. (2002). Smart choices: A practical guide to making better life decisions. New York, NY: Broadway Books (Random House). ISBN13: 978-0-7679-0886-3 softcover.

De Bono, E. (1999). Six thinking hats (rev. & upd. ed.). New York, NY: Back Bay Books/Little Brown & Compnay (Hachette Books Group). ISBN13: 978-0-316- 17831-0 softcover.

Weick, K. (1995). Sensemaking in organizations (1st ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN13: 978-0-8039-7177-6 softcover.

Required Course Resource(s): 

Foundation for Critical Thinking at http://www.criticalthinking.org/pages/index-of-articles/1021/

Berry, G. R. (2011). Enhancing effectiveness on virtual teams. Journal of Business Communications, 48(2), 186–206, doi: 10.1177/0021943610397270.

Panteli, N., & Tucker, R. (2009). Power and trust in global virtual teams. Communications of the ACM, 52(12), 113 – 115, doi: 10.1145/1610252.1610282.

Shin, Y. (2005). Conflict resolution in virtual teams. Organizational Dynamics, 34(4), 331–345, doi: 10.1016/j.orgdyn.2005.08.002

Optional:

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN13: 978-1-4338-0561-5 softcover.

A synopsis of Bernard Lonergan’s work at http://lonergan.org/ and http://www.iep.utm.edu/lonergan/

Communication Style and Interpretation http://www2.pacific.edu/sis/culture/pub/1.5.3_-_Communication_styles.htm http://bb.mhc.ab.ca/bbcswebdav/users/cpayne/website/portfolio/cultcomm/dnt_undrstnd.htm

Groupthink

Team Charters http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTMM_95.htm

Kumarasinghe, S., & Hoshino, Y. (2010). The role and perceptions of middle managers and their influence on business performance: The case of Sri Lanka. International Business Research, 3(4), 3–16.

Duarte, F. (2010). Working with corporate social responsibility in Brazilian companies: The role of managers’ values in the maintenance of CSR cultures. Journal of Business Ethics, 96, 355–368. doi: 10.1007/s10551-010-0470-9

Luscher, L. S., & Lewis, M. W. (2008). Organizational change and managerial sensemaking: Working through paradox. Academy of Management Journal, 51(2), 221–240.

Week One Assignments:

  1. Critical Thinking Readings - Foundation for Critical Thinking (website)
  2. Written Assignment: Analysis of Alternatives
  • Choose, from a reputable publication, an editorial or opinion piece with which you agree.

  • Identify the thesis of the article and supporting evidence.

  • Apply three tenets of critical thinking from the Foundation for Critical Thinking web site to the article to assess the author’s apparent critical thinking skills. Note that the goal is not to assess the author’s skills in general, only those shown through this written work. What skills did the author demonstrate? How? What weaknesses were apparent? How might the author have shown greater skill?

  • Write a three- to four-page paper in which you respond to the questions above. The paper should be written as the result of your analysis rather than as a simple set of answers to the questions posed.

  • The paper should have a thesis and points that support that thesis. Cite and quote according to APA standards.

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MSM 621
Leading Change & Innovation

MSM 621 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

There is no textbook for this course. Refer to syllabus for additional resources.

Optional:

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN13: 978-1-4338-0561-5 softcover. Companion website: http://apastyle.org.

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MSM 631
Strategic Management & Finacial Reports Analysis

MSM 631 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Pearce, J. A., & Robinson, R. B. (2013). Strategic management: Planning for domestic and global competition (13th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN13: 978-0-07-802929-5 hardcover. Companion website: http://mhhe.com/pearce13e.

Week One Assignments:)

  1. Read: Pearce, J., & Robinson, R. (2013). Chapters 1, 2.
     
  2. Write a three to four-page analysis of the mission and direction of your organization or, if unavailable, a Case Study from the text as recommended by the facilitator.  Follow APA guidelines in writing the paper and be sure to include a title page and abstract. Submit to the facilitator via e-mail no later than Sunday midnight.
     
  3. Be prepared to discuss the paper on the forum in Week One.

Library Access:

  • 1.Robert Morris Associates
  • 2.Moody's Investment Service
  • 3.Value Line Investment Service
  • 4.Company Annual Reports
  • 5.Standard & Poor's Industry Surveys
  • 6.Dunn and Bradstreet financial analysis
  • 7.Trade organizations
  • 8.Compact Disclosure

Email the paper to the facilitator by Sunday (end of the first week of“class”).

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MSM 635
Strategic
HR Management

MSM 635 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Refer to weekly topics in syllabus for specific articles and websites.

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN13: 978-1-4338-0561-5 softcover.

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MSM 636
Employment Law and Compliance

MSM 636 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Bennett-Alexander, D. D., & Hartman, L. P. (2012). Employment law for business (7th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN13: 978-0-07-352496-2 hardcover. Companion website: http://mhhe.com/emplaw7e.

Week One Assignments:

Read in Bennett-Alexander, D.D. & Hartman, L.P. – Guide to Reading Cases; Part One, Chapters 1, 2 and 4

To be completed by end of Week One:

Identify the organization that will be used to write the final project for the class – the compliance plan. Perpare a memorandum to the instructor that:

1. Identifies the organization and industry it is in

2. Whether the organization has unions or not

3. Size of the organization in terms of numbers of employees

4. Some background on the organization

Read the Case Model document below and be prepared to discuss it in class

·       Classroom-based Format: due the first night of class

·       Online Format:  none

The Case Method

When applying critical thinking skills, the case method of analysis is a useful tool. Cases have a long history as a teaching tool and are valuable because they provide a common specific experience. Cases never include all the information necessary; they are a parallel to life. It is unlikely that, in any business decision, an individual will have all the facts and information that he or she would like to have in order to make the best decision possible. Cases, like life, require that assumptions be made and articulated.

The following information presents two models to use in analyzing cases. The first model analyzes the case from the “legal” perspective, while the second model uses the “ethical” framework as a form for case analysis.

Legal Analysis

First, it is important for the student to read the entire case. One should not jump to the end of the case or skip any of the material. The student should read the entire case carefully and make notes of relevant facts and issues. Then, one can begin the legal analysis of the case.

  1. STATEMENT OF FACTS: The student should identify the relevant facts. He or she should sort through the information available in the case and decide what information, ideas, and facts are important and crucial in examining the case problem.
  1. LEGAL ISSUE STATEMENT: The student should articulate the critical issues, i.e., the “unresolved questions” that he or she wishes to evaluate. The student should sort through the facts and categorize them to identify the key elements of the case. What are the real problems? What issues are disguised or masked by other statements or concerns that might lead the student in the wrong direction? While one may identify many legal issues in any case, it is important to identify no more than two (2) of what might be considered to be the key legal issues for each case. The legal issue statements should begin with the key words: “The legal issue is: ‘Is it legal to ....?’”
  1. APPLICABLE LEGAL RULES: The student should state the appropriate legal rules. What laws or legal principles apply to the case given the issues that have been identified?
  1. OBSERVATIONS: The student should discuss his/her observations. Essentially, one needs to show the connection between the facts and circumstances that have been identified as being important and the legal rules that have been identified as relevant. How do the rules apply to the facts?
  1. LEGAL CONCLUSION: After each of the previous four (4) steps have been concluded, the student should draw conclusions. What should happen and why?

Ethical Analysis Model

  1. STATEMENT OF FACTS: The student should identify the relevant facts. He or she should sort through the information available in the case and decide what information, ideas, and facts are important and crucial in examining the case problem. To save time and space, if the factual statement for the ethical analysis model is the same as for the Legal Analysis Model, the reader can be referred to the factual statement under the Legal Analysis Model.
  1. ETHICAL ISSUE STATEMENT: Just as with the legal issue statement, what are the key ethical issues involved in the case? These may or may not be the same as the legal issues. Again, while one may identify many ethical issues in any case, it is important to identify no more than two (2) of what might be considered to be the key ethical issues for each case. The ethical issue statements should begin with the key words: “The ethical issue is: ‘Is it ethical to ....?’”
  1. SUPPORT FOR ETHICAL ISSUES: What evidence in the case suggests or supports the identification of the ethical issues that the student has cited? What leads the student to believe that the ethical problems he/she sees are actually there? What assumptions does the student have to make in order to examine and evaluate the ethical questions?
  1. ETHICAL ALTERNATIVES: What ethical alternatives exist? Are there any other ethical theories that might support an alternative way to resolve the ethical issue? Are there other options?
  1. CHOOSING AN ETHICAL OPTION: What is the student's judgment about the appropriate ethical action to take in this case? Ethically, what should be done and why? What evidence and reasoning support the student's decision and recommended course of action?

In analyzing the case assignments throughout this course, there is an expectation that you will use the two models as general guides for both the ethical and legal analyses of those cases. They are not the only possible models, but they are workable tools to provide a useful framework for case analysis.

Turn in by the end of week one the name of the company that you will use as a reference for the compliance plan that is due at the end of the eighth week.

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MSM 637
Strategies in Compensation and Benefits

MSM 637 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Martocchio, J. J. (2013). Strategic compensation: A human resource management approach (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall (Pearson Education). ISBN13: 978-0-13-262075-8 hardcover. Companion website: http://pearsonhighered.com/martocchio.

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN13: 978-1-4338-0561-5 softcover. Companion website: http://apastyle.org.

Week One Assignments

1.  Read: Martocchio (2013), Chapters 1, 2, and 3.

 

2.  Classroom-based Format: Examine recent scholarly sources found in the online library and write a 3- to 4-page APA-format paper that examines the issues of American compensation.  Look at key trends in compensation (such as wage deflation, variable cash compensation, long-term incentives) and their impact on the total reward strategy.

 

3.  Prepare for small group discussion on strategic compensation within your organization or one with which you are familiar.

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MSM 638
Attracting and Retaining Workforce Talent

MSM 638 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Heneman, H. G., Judge, T. A., & Kammeyer-Mueller, J. D. (2012). Staffing organizations (7th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN13: 978-0-07-811268-3 hardcover.

 

Aguinis, H. (2013). Performance Management (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall (Pearson). ISBN13: 978-0-13-255638-5 hardcover.

Required Resourcel(s): 

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN13: 978-1-4338-056-1 softcover. Or access to companion website: http://www.apastyle.org.

 

Regis University Online Library Tutorials. http://www.regis.edu/library.asp?page=research.tutorials

 

Society of Human Resource Management.  www.shrm.org

Week One Assignments

Classroom-based Format: Examine recent scholarly sources found in the online library and write a 3- to 4-page APA-format paper that examines organizational goals. Look at key trends in organizational mission statements, vision, strategy and measuring organizational success.

Online Format:  First week’s assignment

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MSM 639
Employee Relations and Performance Management

MSM 639 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Fossum, J.A. (2012). Labor relations: Development, structure, process (11th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN13: 978-0-07-802915-8 hardcover. Companion website: http://www.mhhe.com/fossum11e.

Lewicki, R. J., Saunders, D. M., & Barry, B. (2011). Essentials of negotiation (5th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin. ISBN13: 978-0-07-353036-9 softcover. Companion website: http://mhhe.com/lewickiessentials5e.

Rollo, J. (2009). Performance management: A pocket guide for employee development (2nd ed.). Salem, NH: Goal/QPC. ISBN13: 978-1-57681-115-3 softcover spiral. Companion website: http://goalqpc.com/performance
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Assignments to be completed prior to week one:

  1. Scan the articles in Employment Relations Today, most recent volumes, in the Regis University Library for topics addressed by this publication.

  2. Write a 3- to 5-page APA-style paper providing a contemporary definition of employee relations (sometimes referred to as employment relations) based on your review of the most recent volumes of Employment Relations Today in the Regis University Library for topics addressed by this publication. Compare your definition to the way your current or previous organization performs the function of employee relations. Also, reflect on the connection between employee relations, discipline, and workplace violence.

NOTE: This paper will be reviewed by the facilitator and returned to the student in Week Two with feedback and a grade. This allows you to become familiar with the facilitator's expectations for written work submitted in this course, and for the facilitator to assess your writing ability.

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MSM 651
Delivering Organization Excellence

MSM 651 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Brassard, M. (1996). The memory jogger plus+: Featuring the seven management and planning tools (rev. ed.). Salem, NH: Goal/QPC. ISBN13: 978-1-879364-83-7 softcover.  

Required supplemental materials (non-bookstore items):

The following materials can be found and downloaded at: www.baldrige.nist.gov and at www.baldrige.nist.gov/Landmark.htm and www.baldrige.nist.gov/eBaldrige/Step_One.htm:

·       Baldrige National Quality Program, Criteria for Performance Excellence (BNQPC)

·       Baldrige National Quality Program, easyInsight Self Assessment (http://www.baldrige.nist.gov/eBaldrige/Step_One.htm)

·       Baldrige National Quality Program, Landmark Dining, Inc. Case Study

·       Baldrige National Quality Program, Landmark Dining, Inc. Feedback Report (http://www.quality.nist.gov/Landmark.htm)

·       Baldrige Issue Paper PDF; Baldrige: Ethics – A Strategic Imperative at: http://www.baldrige.nist.gov/Issue_Sheet_Ethics.htm

·       Baldrige National Quality Program, Are We Making Progress? (Category 1: Leadership)

 

In Week One, the facilitator will provide:

1.       A course syllabus to supplement the Syllabus that is used as a guide.

2.       Details of grading and evaluation for this course.

Week One Assignments:

1.      Self-Assessment

Visit www.baldrige.nist.gov/eBaldrige/Step One.htm to read the introduction and the directions for the easyInsight Self-Assessment. When you have completed the online questionnaire, add your NAIC (North American Industry Classification System) number so that your organization can be compared with others in your industry, and then submit your questionnaire. Soon after submission, you’ll be able to view a comparison of your organization with others in similar organizations that have taken the challenge and completed the assessment.

 2.     Readings

Baldrige National Quality Program, Criteria for Performance Excellence (BNQPC) (read the entire 2011-2012 edition: pages i-73). Become familiar with the Glossary of Key Terms, pages 56-64 and Scoring System, pages 68-69

Baldrige National Quality Program easyInsight Self Assessment (www.baldrige.nist.gov/eBaldrige/Step_One.htm 

 3.     Written Assignments

Write a three - five page summary of the results of the Self-Assessment; explain the results as you see your company and what you think the role leadership has in improving the areas you discovered that were the lowest in the assessment.  This assignment is due the first night of class.   

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MSM 657
Leading Projects in Contemporary Organizations

MSM 657 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Meredith, J. R., & Mantel, S. J. (2012). Project management: A managerial approach (8th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-0-470-53302-4 hardcover. [Also available on Books24x7 via the Library link at http://dml.regis.edu/login?url=http://library.books24x7.com/library.asp?^B&bookid=44417.]

PMI Standards Committee. (2013). A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) (5th ed.). Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute (PMI). ISBN13: 978-1-935589-67-9 softcover. Companion website: http://www.pmi.org. [Also available on Books24x7 via the Library link at http://dml.regis.edu/login?url=http://library.books24x7.com/library.asp?^B&bookid=51356.] 

Chatfield, C. S., & Johnson, T. D. (2010). Microsoft office project 2010 step by step. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press. ISBN13: 978-0-7356-2695-9 softcover. [Also available on Books24x7 via http://dml.regis.edu/login?url=http://regis.eblib.com/patron/FullRecord.aspx?p=553580.]

Microsoft Project 2010 software required - Refer to syllabus for instructions and options prior to purchasing.

Week One Assignments - see syllabus.

Note: MSM 657 crosslisted with MBAO 603.

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MSM 658
Management of Project Performance

MSM 658 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Chatfield, C. S., & Johnson, T. D. (2010). Microsoft office project 2010 step by step. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press. ISBN13: 978-0-7356-2695-9 softcover. [You can either purchase the text for using the software or utilize the online text available on Books24x7 via www.regis.edu/library.]

Kerzner, H. (2013). Project Management: A systems approach to planning, scheduling, and controlling (11th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-1-118-02227-6 hardcover. 

PMI Standards Committee. (2013). A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) (5th ed.). Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute (PMI). ISBN13: 978-1-935589-67-9 softcover. Companion website: http://pmi.org. [Also available on Books24x7 via www.regis.edu/library.]

Microsoft Project 2010 software required - Refer to syllabus for instructions and options prior to purchasing.

Optional:

Meredith, J. R., & Mantel, S. J. (2012). Project management: A managerial approach (8th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN13: 978-0-470-53302-4 hardcover.

Week One Assignments - see syllabus.

Note: MSM 658 crosslisted with MBAO 615.

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MSM 659
Project Monitoring and Delivery

MSM 659 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Milosevic, D. Z., Martinelli, R. J., & Waddell, J. W. (2007). Program management for improved business results (1st ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN13: 978-0-471-78354-1. [Also available on Books 24x7 via www.regis.edu/library.]

PMI Standards Committee. (2013). The standard for program management (3rd ed.). Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute (PMI). ISBN13: 978-1-935589-68-6 softcover. [Also available on Books24x7 via www.regis.edu/library.]

Optional:

PMI Standards Committee. (2013). A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK Guide) (5th ed.). Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute (PMI). ISBN13: 978-1-935589-67-9 softcover. Companion website: http://pmi.org. [Also available on Books24x7 via www.regis.edu/library.]

Microsoft Project 2010 software required - Refer to syllabus for instructions and options prior to purchasing.

Week One Assignments - see syllabus.

Note: MSM 659 crosslisted with MBAO 659.

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MSM 661
Leading in Changing Economies

MSM 661 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Epping, R. C. (2009). The 21st century economy: A beginner's guide (reprint). New York: Vintage Books (Random House). ISBN13: 978-0-307-38790-5 softcover.

Weaver, F. S. (2011). Economic literacy: Basic economics with an attitude (3rd ed.). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. ISBN13: 978-1-4422-0422-5 softcover.  

Required supplemental material (non-bookstore item):

Wall Street Journal. Subscription not required, only daily access. Website: http://info.wsj.com/college.

Articles - readings from the following journals are also recommended:

Business Week, The Economist, Fortune, etc.

(A bibliography will be provided during the course.)

  1. Read: Weaver (2011), chapters 1 and 2
     
  2. Read Week One Week-by-Week pages
     
  3. Choose your topic for Macroeconomic/Fiscal Policy Paper. Email the paper to the facilitator by Sunday (end of the first week of "class"). 

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MSM 671
Strategic Leadership

MSM 671 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s):

Daniels, A. C., & Daniels, J. E. (2007). Measure of a leader (1st ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing. ISBN13: 978-0-07-148266-0 hardcover.

Week One Assignments:

1.     Read: Chapters 1 and 6 in Daniels (2007).

2.    Write a two- to three-page report memorandum addressed to your manager (you will not actually send the memorandum report) in which you compare and contrast your personal vision, mission, and values statement with the vision, mission, and values statement of your organization.

In your memorandum, compare and contrast your statements with those of your organization along these dimensions:

  • To what extent does your personal statement align with that of your organization? Explain.
  • What major areas of agreement and/or disagreement have you uncovered? Explain how your personal statement and that of your organization agree or disagree.
  • Based on your analysis, to what degree do you think you and your organization are headed in the same direction? Explain your answer.
  • If you decide that you and your organization are not headed in the same direction, what steps can you take to create better alignment?
  • How would you rate your current strategic leadership skills based on the definition of leadership set forth in the Daniels’ writings? Give examples.

Include at least three references from your readings in your report memorandum, using APA Style.

Write your report memorandum using 12-point font.

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MSM 682
Leading Responsible Organizations

MSM 682 Classroom Syllabus

Required Course Material(s): 

Werbach, A. (2009). Strategy for sustainability: A business manifesto (1st ed.). Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Publishing. ISBN13: 978-1-4221-7770-9 hardcover.

Additional Required Readings:

See syllabus

Optional Materials:

You may want to begin to explore or review Senge’s thoughts about a learning organization at http://www.infed.org/thinkers/senge.htm and continue the exploration by finding other resources that explain his ideas.

You may find the following outline of a communication plan helpful. https://wiki.internet2.edu/confluence/download/attachments/4594353/2535_WK_Kellogg_Foundation_Strategic_Communications_Plan_Template.pdf?version=1&modificationDate=1272650736089 .

GRADUATION REMINDER:  Don't forget! To be considered a candidate for graduation, all students must file a Graduation Application with the Office of Academic Records and Registration. Failing to apply by the deadlines may delay graduation to a subsequent semester. Click here for application, deadline dates and more. Congratulations and best of luck!

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MSM 698 E-WMSM 698 E-W

Internship Program: MSOL

Required Course Material(s):

No required texts.

Note: Under the supervision of a qualified faculty member, provides an intensive internship appropriate for the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership program. Completion of all foundation courses and permission of faculty advisor required prior to enrollment.