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New Business Courses - Spring 2013
Amberton University is pleased to announce three new Business courses offered for the Spring 2013 Session:


FIN6330.01  Financial Institutions and Markets  Dr. Ben Thompson          Garland Campus    Mon

FIN6330 meets the Finance requirement for the MBA-Management and MBA-General Business degrees.  It also counts as a Business elective or General Elective on the Graduate level.  No prerequisite other than graduate standing is required for this course.  This highly relevant course was developed to provide Business students with knowledge of financial institutions and the monetary markets that drive the U.S. economy.  Nearly every type of business needs someone who has specialized Finance knowledge.  Successful completion of this course will enhance any professional resume as well as allow immediate application of competencies learned.  

MGT4670/5670.01  Executive Leadership   Dr. Jonathan Schultz  Garland Campus Tue

Executive Leadership is offered on the undergraduate and graduate levels.  As a Management course, it fulfills degree requirements for Management courses as well as Business courses.  No prerequisites required.  Executive Leadership explores the theories and history of Leadership.  Students will be able to make direct application of the course competencies in their professional pursuits.  

MGT4690/5690.21  Managing the Generations   Dr. Carol Watson           Frisco Center  Wed

This course is offered on the undergraduate and graduate levels.  As a Management course, it fulfills degree requirements for Management courses as well as Business courses.  No prerequisites required.  Organizations are comprised of diverse group of employees from Baby Boomers to Linksters.  This course discusses the management techniques best suited to employees from different age groups.  Students will also explore how to motivate these groups to work together effectively in the organization.  


For more information on these courses, be sure to review the course syllabi.  If you have questions on how these courses fit into your degree plan, send an email to Advisor@Amberton.edu, call 972/279-6511 or feel free to visit the Garland Campus or Frisco Center.
 
 
 
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