BSMT 489 Strategic Management & Decision Making

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
This is the required capstone course in the Business Management concentration and should be taken in the student’s final year. The course has four goals: (1) to learn and apply the strategic management tools organizations use in developing and implementing organizational strategy. (2) to integrate the concepts of strategic management with the courses previously taken applying a combination of previous course work to cases, (3) to apply strategic thinking about companies, their present business position, long-term direction, resources and competitive capabilities, the caliber of its present strategy, and opportunities for gaining sustainable competitive advantage, and (4) apply a variety of course work to a final project.
Prerequisites: BSMT 261, BSMT 400, BSMT 375, ECON 211, and ACCT 211.