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Academic Programs-School of Business IT IT

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Principles of Database Design IT Strategy and Policy IT Elective IT Elective IT Elective Note: Students who qualify to waive a required IT course in the M.S. in Information Technology degree program are required to replace the waived course with a graduate IT elective. * Notebook computers are required of all M.S. in information technology majors for use in graduate IT courses.

Master of Science Degree in International Business Also offered Online and at the following Continuing Education Centers: Nashua, Salem, Portsmouth, and Brunswick Maine. The M.S. program in International Business is designed to prepare students for positions of leadership in the international operations of multinational corporations. The 12course (36-credit) program is designed to teach students how to direct and manage businesses in a multinational environment with different political, economic, financial and regulatory systems. Required Courses Courses are 3 credits unless otherwise indicated INT 600 Multinational Corporate Management INT 610 Multinational Corporate Environment INT 620 Multinational Corporate Finance INT 640 Multinational Market Strategies INT 650 International Trade and Competitiveness INT 660 International Negotiations INT 700 Multinational Business Strategy INT 750 Seminar in Multinational Business MKT 500 Marketing Strategies Select three of the following: ACC FIN INT INT

500 500 601 605

INT

621

INT INT INT

625 655 675

INT

695

Managerial Accounting Financial Management Global Entrepreneurship Introduction to International Business and Information Technology Advanced Multinational Financial Management International Project Finance Understanding Emerging Markets International Corporate Governance and Control Seminar in International Business and Information Technology

Master of Science Degree in Marketing Also offered Online and at the following Continuing Education Centers: Nashua, Salem, Portsmouth, and Brunswick Maine. The Master of Science in Marketing curriculum includes an in-depth program of marketing study, while at the same time providing a broad range of elective courses that facilitate and support students’ success in the workplace. Marketing Core Requirements provide a general marketing context while

Marketing elective offerings provide more detailed study of specific areas within the marketing discipline. In addition, involvement with a variety of other disciplines, such as international business, information technology, sport management, is possible through related elective courses, allowing students to investigate and apply marketing theory and perspective in specific areas of interest. A minimum of twelve courses are required to complete the M.S. in Marketing degree, including a minimum of 10 courses with an MKT designation. Business Core Requirements (2 courses/6 credits) Courses are 3 credits unless otherwise indicated MKT 500 Marketing Strategies QSO 510 Quantitative Analysis for Decision-Making Marketing Core Requirements MKT 620 Consumer Behavior 630 Marketing Research MKT INT 640 Multinational Marketing Strategies MKT 675 Ethical and Legal Issues in Marketing Marketing Electives (Choose six courses/18 credits – minimum of four courses with MKT prefix) INT 655 IT 503 MBA/MKT 710 MBA/MKT 740 MKT MKT MKT MKT MKT

610 615 640 650 660

MKT MKT MKT QSO QSO SPT

670 678 690 600 630 608

Understanding Emerging Markets Digital Commerce and E-Business Marketing Internship Marketing Thesis/Directed Study in Marketing Promotions Management Relationship Selling Strategies Business to Business Marketing Retail Management Marketing Strategies for Not-for-profit Organizations Product Management Brand Management Corporate Communications Operations Management Supply Chain Management Sport Marketing

Master of Science Degree in Organizational Leadership Also offered Online and at the following Continuing Education Centers: Nashua, Salem, Portsmouth, and Brunswick Maine. The M.S. in Organizational Leadership focuses on providing students with the opportunity to develop skills in leadership, communication, problem-solving and teamwork. These skills are critical for successfully managing and leading organizations in today’s chaotic environment. The 12-course (36-credit) program is designed for both experienced professionals who are seeking to advance in their careers, and for individuals with limited professional experience who are seeking to develop skills that will prepare them to successfully manage and lead teams, departments, areas and organizations. 45

Southern New Hampshire University Graduate Catalog 2011-2012  

The Graduate Course Catalog for Southern New Hampshire University for 2011-2012

Southern New Hampshire University Graduate Catalog 2011-2012  

The Graduate Course Catalog for Southern New Hampshire University for 2011-2012