This course examines business and corporate strategy. The focus is on strategic management, the process of choosing and defining purposes and objectives, formulating and implementing a viable strategy and monitoring strategic performance. It deals with the organization in its totality and demonstrates how and why the various functions of business are interdependent and need to be coordinated if the organization is to perform effectively. The course elaborates on the applicability of the strategic management discipline to a variety of sizes and types of organizations.
Course Credit Exclusions: SB/INTL 6000.030, SB/PUBL 6000.030
Prerequisites: Students are required to complete all 5000-series Required Foundations of Management Core Courses before enrolling in this course.