This course involves a study of models of creativity and innovation emphasizing methods and techniques by which the creative and imaginative process can be encouraged and enhanced through sound and management principles. Topics like imagineering, diagonal thinking, Hapner Tregoe problem solving techniques, quality circles, etc. will be taken up through the case method, brainstorming, workshops and other techniques by which positive response could be elicited. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours

This course combines the scientific and management approach to decision-making and problem-solving, with emphasis on applied research for business. Cases in business covering a wide range of subject areas, like: statistical information about the external environment of the business as well as the internal management of industrial relations; financial management related to operational, capital budgeting and investment analysis; production and distribution problems; marketing studies and surveys that will open research opportunities. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours

A practical approach to investment both on the side of business management and on the side of the individual. It covers the entire spectrum of investment principles, practices, analysis, and methods. It studies the classes of securities, portfolio investment planning, survey of the different financial intermediaries, as well as the supervisory and regulatory government agencies. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours

The factors present in the external environments of business management relative to laws pertaining to business, like partnerships and corporations, sales, and bailments, negotiable instruments and taxations, as well as agency, contracts, business organizations, property, the court system, the Bureau of Internal Revenue, the Securities and Exchange Commission and business interfaces with municipal and national governments will be explored. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours

An in-depth analysis of planning, system, and designs, implementation, operation, operation and control of management information system. Primary emphasis is placed on the role of manager in a computer-based information system environment. Essential know-how to make a manager computer-literature to maximize the benefits of computers in business: Wordstar, DBase, Lotus Spreadsheet, etc. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours

An in-depth analysis of planning, system, and designs, implementation, operation, operation and control of management information system. Primary emphasis is placed on the role of manager in a computer-based information system environment. Essential know-how to make a manager computer-literature to maximize the benefits of computers in business: Wordstar, DBase, Lotus Spreadsheet, etc. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours

This course involves the construction, solution and analysis of planning models. Modeling techniques are illustrated and used with policy analysis to examine different types of business problems. Applications are used as examples in different fields, including production and capital investment planning in certain and uncertain environments. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours

This course is concerned with the strategy of diversifications, opportunities for new business operations, flexibility with current products, resources and possibilities, together with a study of force in demand and supply, competition and other areas. Its addresses theories and practices of enterprises, involving finance, accounting, production, marketing strategies and the cultural, political and organizational problems of business operations. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours

Management of the international aspects of a firm’s financial affairs involves a variety of special problems, institutional settings and constraints. This course reviews the nature of the international monetary system, the use of the foreign operations, export and import financing, cash management, investment criteria in international operations, capital budgeting, and international aspects of accounting, financing, marketing and taxation. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours

Human resources are the most important assets that determine the success of any business organization. How these critical resources are managed should be of utmost importance of managers today. The emphasis on the Human Resources Management (HRM) area will expose the student to an important body of knowledge and key skills that every manager must build in order to achieve success and organizational effectiveness. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours