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Welcome to Man 4302 Human Relations and Communications, this course will develop the necessary skills to understand how communication functions in and between organizations. This course will focus on behavioral concepts and theories as they relate to management, emphasizing the human relations aspects of team work, communication, motivation, leadership, problem solving, and conflict management.

Welcome to Management and Organization behavior! This course will help you to develop the skills for a correct management and to deal with the people within the organization. The people is the most important resource of an organization, therefore the success of it, depends very much on the performance of the one's who conform it.

Management and Organization Behavior

Nowadays Operations Management is considered of core importance for organizations both private and public sectors. Therefore, this course presents a basic framework in a clear, and accessible way leading student to the necessary of both understanding and expertise regarding effective operation. There is, in fact, a constant necessity of improving whole processes involved in services and manufacturing. The course also focuses on how to improve productivity by delivering outstanding quality standards. Key concepts include importance of production control, process analysis, flow rates, inventory policy, facilities planning, supplies chain, taking risks in the operational process, good management policies based on quality and quantity parameters, revenues and pricing. After successfully completing the course students will be able to apply learned skills in the real-world business environment.

Introduction to Quantitative Methods QMB3600 covers essential foundation skills and knowledge in mathematics and statistics as a preparation for University degree subjects with numeracy components including: Business, Economics, Finance, Geography, Health Science, ICT, Psychology and general Science. This course provides you with the opportunity to review fundamental mathematical operations and apply them to solve mathematical problems in various contexts. Topics include applications of algebra, graphical methods, quadratic factorizing, indices, logarithms, interest, series, interpreting data and probability.

There’s a whole new world of doing business using new technologies for managing and organizing. A continuing stream of information technology innovations is transforming the traditional business world. Examples include the emergence of cloud computing, the growth of a mobile digital business platform based on smartphones, tablets, and ultrabooks, and not least, the use of social networks by managers to achieve business objectives. Most of these changes have occurred in the last few years.

This course introduces the fundamentals of computer system, and provides a general nature of computer hardware, software and systems. Hands-on applications include introduction to word processing, spreadsheet, database management, presentation software, and a brief introduction to web browsing and e-mail.

Information systems are one of the major tools available to business managers for achieving operational excellence, developing new products and services, improving decision making, and achieving competitive advantage. Students will find here the most up-to-date and comprehensive overview of information systems used by business firms today.

When interviewing potential employees, business firms often look for new hires who know how to use information systems and technologies for achieving bottom-line business results. Regardless of whether you are an accounting, finance, management, operations management, marketing, or information systems major, the knowledge and information you find in this course will be valuable throughout your business career.

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This course introduces students to academic writing, improving their writing processes and critical thinking skills. The course also attempts to increase students’ organizational effectiveness and awareness of the importance of context in writing. By using strategies for generating ideas, planning, organizing material, revising and editing, the course aims to prepare students for college writing demands.

College Writing II is designed to develop effective writing among the participants in order to master the writing process. The skills students learn in this course will build upon those learned in College Writing I, and continue to prepare students for various types of writing assignments. This course focuses on the most important types of essays, in which students will craft their own ideas and arguments. It helps students develop effective research strategies that allow them to locate, evaluate, and integrate sources into their analyses and arguments, in order to give their texts good content and credibility.

This course focuses on effective managing writing, recognizing each type; formal and informal written communication and selecting the appropriate to a variety of writing and audience. It provides students the best practices business people must know to be able to write clear, effective, professional business documents, including e-mail, memos, letters, and reports. It teaches a structured approach to writing that makes writing easier and guides students through the content. By reading and analyzing examples of business written communication, this course focuses on the proper composition and delivery of basic business managing writing. Students will accomplish their expertise through a systematic analysis and critical examination of their own work and the work of others, and of course, stating their points of view through writing and expositions.

 

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Welcome to Art Appreciation 

This course seeks to provide information about the role of the visual arts in western history and contemporary cultures. Visual art provides narratives and non-discursive commentary about the society in which it was created, and forms an integral part of our knowledge about ourselves and our history. As such and understanding of the visual arts broadens our perspectives and provides a more mature and educated vision of our society.

Welcome to Business Ethics! With all the corruption cases around us, both in governmental institutions and in private organizations, it is indispensable to reinforce the ethics in our lives and in our business.

Business Ethics

Welcome to sales and sales management! In this course you will be provided of the tools you need to succeed on your sales competitions as well as in managing the sales area in order to accomplish your objectives.


imageThis course introduces the field of international marketing. It addresses the complex environment of international marketing and the need to investigate its various economic, social, political, cultural and legal dimensions from conceptual, methodological and applications perspectives. It then considers how these environmental factors should affect, and can be integrated into, marketing programs and strategies.

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This course is focused on helping you become a strategic marketer, so that you can create, gain support for and execute marketing plans that will build strong and enduring businesses.

Marketing strategy is an integrative course in marketing planning and strategy, it is applications-oriented, focusing on developing a marketing plan

Welcome to Marketing Research MAR 4613. You will be taken into a journey of knowledge, where you are going to absorbed all the main concepts of Marketing Research. This course will provide an introduction to market research as a business decision-making tool. The course also aims to help students gain the ability to evaluate and interpret research designed and conducted by outside providers.

    

Welcome to Consumer Behavior.

Throughout this course, we will focus on the understanding of Consumer Behavior, how and why consumers make purchase decisions, how they think, feel and act before, during and after the purchase.

                                  

Introduce students to a variety of topics relevant to an understanding of weather, climate and related topics. The topics to be discussed in this course are: atmospheric structure, energy transfer, water balance, wind systems, air pollution and climate. Through presentations, lectures and videos, students will develop an understanding of weather conditions and forecasting and severe weather events.

 

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It is about getting familiar with political and economic problems that Latin Americans face everyday. Being part of a common background and history it also shows the way to become developed nations through establishing adequate policies.


This course provides a comprehensive introduction to Sociology and its fundamental concepts. Students throughout presentations, lectures and videos, will develop  an understanding of the subject; they will discuss topics related to the subject, principles, and theories with a consideration for the complexity of society.

                                                                                                                 

 Latin American History is a survey course which covers the history of Latin America from the beginning of human population of the Americas up until contemporary situation and issues. One of the objectives of this course is to provide students with a understanding of today’s Latin America from a historical processes as well as the learning of historical facts. The validity of the idea of a Latin America identity will also be explored.

This course is designed to provide you an introduction to the themes and concepts of philosophy, including metaphysics, epistemology, free will and determinism, evil and the existence of God, personal identity, ethical values and politics, modern cognitivism and more.

Psychology is a scientific discipline and profession focused on addressing these issues in the areas of culture, motivation, learning, memory, development, personality, and consciousness. This course presents a general view of the field of psychology emphasizing natural and social science principles.

The contents also analyze psychological disorders, influences on their development and their treatment.  A thorough understanding of concepts in this course will guide the student to discover various influences on behavior, including culture, environment, social setting, heredity, and physiology. Students will also develop global and cross-cultural awareness of psychological issues covered in this course, including an appreciation of diversity, a better understanding of themselves and others, and the ability to apply their new knowledge to real life issues

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Hi. It’s a pleasure to have you in Business Law”. I am eager to interact each other in this course. I really hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed it doing it for you.

This subject will be very useful for your labor life, since it will help you see on what ground you can do business.

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Information literacy forms the basis for lifelong learning. It is common to all disciplines, to all learning environments, and to all levels of education. It enables learners to master content and extend their investigations, become more self-directed, and assume greater control over their own learning. An information literate individual is able to:

Determine the extent of information needed; Access the needed information effectively and efficiently;Evaluate information and its sources critically; Incorporate selected information into one’s knowledge base; Use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose; Understand the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information, and access and use information ethically and legally.

This course provides an overview of macroeconomic issues: the determination of output, employment, unemployment, interest rates, and inflation. Monetary and fiscal policies are discussed. Important iissues such as, the sub-prime crisis, social security, the public debt, and international economic issues are critically explored. The course introduces basic models of macroeconomics and illustrates principles of Global economies.

The course provides an introduction to a core area of economics known as microeconomics. It considers the operation of a market economy and the problem of how best to allocate society's scarce resources. The course considers the way in which various decision making units in the economy (individuals and firms) make their consumption and production decisions and how these decisions are coordinated. It considers the laws of supply and demand, and introduces the theory of the firm, and its components, production and cost theories and models of market structure. The various causes of market failure are assessed, and consideration is given to public policies designed to correct this market failure.

Today's marketing is all about creating custormer value and building profitable customer relationships. The course will guide you through understanding customer needs and wants, deciding which target markets the organization can best serve and developing value propositions to keep and grow targeted consumers. 

This course is an introduction to the many facets of the private enterprise system and of the businesses that operate within its framework.  The student´s experience in this course will enable it to gain a better understanding of what business arena is all about, how a business operates and which business functions are needed in any business enterprise.

You will improve your abilities to communicate effectively with individuals from different cultural, religious, social, and educational backgrounds. This includes communicating both with individuals raised in other countries and those raised in other generations!

Having skills in Intercultural Communication means that when you exchange information or knowledge all parties (including yourself) can contribute, learn, and feel that their beliefs, values and expectations are respected. It is not about giving up your dearly-held beliefs and values. It's about finding a place in between differences where sharing can occur.

                                                                                                                                             

Welcome to PAD 2858 Social Responsibility, this course will develop an understanding of the best practices of CSR in its entire breadth within an organization. 

Welcome to BUS340 : Entrepreneurial Strategy. This course provides the fundamentals of Entrepreneurial strategy. It exposes students interested in entrepreneurship to core concepts in strategy and provides a framework and tools which will help students to identify and assess opportunities in the context of the market and competition they will face as future entrepreneurs. You will learn how strategy fits into business models, the sources of value creation in business, and the opportunities and impediments to value capture.

This course takes up issues of economic growth and social change in a comparative perspective. The course begins by reviewing the relationships between poverty, inequality, and economic growth. In that context, attention then turns to the role of markets, with a focus on market efficiency. Then we turn to policy interventions to improve education, confront rapid population growth, reduce the burden of disease, and promote economic development. A remarked attention is given to contrast the differences between economic growth and economic development. 

Welcome to Man4600- International Business. This course focuses on opportunities and challenges created by globalization. It examines cross-cultural and management issues related to management in an international marketplace. The aim of this course is to enable students to better analyze and understand the opportunities and challenges that companies face when expanding their activities internationally and when dealing with international competitors in their home markets

Welcome to MAN4721: Global Business Strategy, this course defines the objectives and strategies of global business. The course emphasizes economic analysis of global business strategy formulation. The course considers alternative modes of market entry, including import and export through intermediaries, contracting with suppliers and distributors, strategic alliances and foreign direct investment. It gives students a comprehensive introduction to business concepts. Students will be able to understand the role of globalization and its impact on the firm.  

This course is designed to provide you an introduction to the study of international relations and world politics. Also,  the tools that are needed to gain a richer understanding of international politics to learn the historical context of contemporary issues, to recognize the different perspectives on international questions, and to develop an understanding of some of the major problems in the world today.

The objective of this online subject is to assess the validity and usefulness of statistical conclusions; organize, summarize, interpret, and present data using graphical and tabular representations; and apply principles of inferential statistics. This course will focus on selecting and applying appropriate statistical parameters and determining basic inferences and predictions from collected data. Topics include methods of sampling; The nature of statistics, frequency tables and Graphs, sample mean, deviations, sample median sample percentiles, sample mode, variance and standard deviation, probability, discrete random, variables percentiles, estimation, regression. 

In this course we will be concerned with what determines trade between countries, how countries benefit from trade, and what shapes trade policy in our changing global economy. It is designed for those interested in understanding international trade patterns and formulating trade policy. It is also appropriate for those wishing to understand the domestic and global effects of changes in real economic variables on commodity trade, and the welfare impact of various trade instruments, such as tariffs, quotas, and other protective measures.