Courses for Management Certificate
This course provides an overview of the economic theory needed for establishing, revising and interpreting business policy with an emphasis on macro and microeconomic phenomena.
This course will prepare you for international business dealings by analyzing the many cultural nuances you may encounter, like customs, traditions, business etiquette and protocol and the attitudes and practices of major religions. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) will also be examined. Emphasis will be placed on Christian ethics and key countries that have trade agreements with the United States.
Explore long, medium and short-range operations planning in both service and manufacturing organizations. Key topics include productivity and quality measures, production function, product design, plant location and layout, forecasting and scheduling, purchasing and materials management, inventory management, and operations strategy.
Learn about the management and operation of transnational organizations and the situations unique to them, as well as the ways in which you can adapt managerial policies and practices to a variety of international environments.