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Management (M)

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    M 100 Professionalism, Diversity, and Academic Success in Management 1.

    Introduction to criteria for success in the Poole College of Management. Focus on: professional expectations for students in Poole and beyond, the impact of diversity in society and the workplace, and tools and resources for academic and career success.

    M 298 Special Topics in Management 1-6.

    Presentation of material normally not available in regular course offering.

    M 299 Professional Internship in Management 1.
    Management Students Only.

    Poole College of Management students participating in an approved internship with an organization providing no monetary compensation and where academic credit is required will have an opportunity to gain real world insight and experience into the day-to-day functions and responsibilities encountered in the professional workplace. Course may be completed only once for credit. Accounting majors completing M 299 and ACC 499 may receive a maximum of 6 credit hours for both courses. Individualized/Independent Study and Research courses require a Course Agreement for Students Enrolled in Non-Standard Courses be completed by the student and faculty member prior to registration by the department.

    M 300 Leadership and Professional Development 1.

    This course is specifically designed for new Peer Leaders and Ambassadors in the Poole College of Management. The goal of the course is to give students the necessary skills to become effective leaders and representatives both within and outside of the College. As a part of this course, students will attend Poole College of Management events/activities. Some topics we will discuss are: professional networking, communication, leadership, working in groups, and presentation skills.

    M 399 International Business Dual Degree Student Professional Internship in Management 1-6.
    R: Poole College of Management major enrolled in the International Business Dual Degree Program.

    International Business Dual Degree students participating in an approved internship with an organization will have an opportunity to gain real world insight and experience into the day-to-day functions and responsibilities encountered in the professional workplace. Individualized/Independent Study and Research courses require that a Course Agreement for Students Enrolled in Non-Standard Courses be completed by the student and faculty member prior to registration by the department. This course can be repeated with departmental consent and count towards a degree for students in the IBDD Program.