Prior Learning Assessment Course Subjects

Management

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Outdoor Recreation Resource Mgmt   (FOR-321)   3.00 s.h.  
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Principles of outdoor recreation resource management, administrative policy, program development, management planning, user preference, and individual and group influences in relation to administrative objects. 
Operations Management   (OPM-301)   3.00 s.h.  
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Course Description
Operations Management is focused on the process of transforming inputs (labor, material, and capital) through a value-added process to produce goods and services. The course covers the functional aspects of operations in terms of value chains, performance measurement, process selection, design of facility layouts and work systems, forecasting, inventory and resource management, production scheduling, lean operations, quality control, and project management within a domestic and global business environment.

Learning Outcomes
Through the Portfolio Assessment process, students will demonstrate that they can appropriately address the following outcomes:

  • Discuss the significance of operations management and connect it to business success.
  • Evaluate the role of value chains, performance measurement, and operations strategy in operations management.
  • Explain the role of technology in operations management.
  • Apply strategies of product and service design, including calculation of system reliability.
  • Discuss ways to apply process and value stream mapping for process design.
  • Explain key elements of process layout.
  • Evaluate the significance of supply chain management.
  • Explain the importance of forecasting.
  • Assess the benefits of effective capacity, inventory, resource, and schedule management.
  • Discuss quality management and apply the tools of quality assurance to the process of producing goods and providing services.
  • Assess the value of lean production principles.
  • Analyze the key issues associated with project management.
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Theories of Art Management I   (ART-246)   3.00 s.h.  
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Study of various theories and techniques for management. 
Job Control Language   (CAP-243)   3.00 s.h.  
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An introduction to resource management in IBM mainframe computers. This course describes System Catalog and libraries, Job management, Data management, TASK management, Table labeling, Space Allocation, and all facets of the composition of OS Job stream. 
Principles of Finance   (FIN-301)   3.00 s.h.  
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Course Description
Principles of Finance serves as an introduction to financial management. Financial management is concerned with value and, when applied to firms, studies financial decision making and its impact on the value of the firm. Virtually all management decisions have financial implications, and the impact of these decisions on the value of the firm is the basis by which management is judged. Superior management produces superior financial decisions that lead to growth and increased valuation of the firm. This course considers specific financial decisions such as selecting among alternative investments (i.e., capital budgeting), the sources of the firm's finances (i.e., the optimal capital structure), the management of current assets and liabilities (i.e., working capital), and the tools of financial analysis. The course emphasizes analytical tools and their use in solving financial problems.

Learning Outcomes
Through the Portfolio Assessment process, students will demonstrate that they can appropriately address the following outcomes:

  • Identify both short- and long-term financial management problems.
  • Solve optimal capital structure problems.
  • Analyze financial statements.
  • Determine a firm's cost of capital.
  • Use present value tables.
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Sales Management   (MAR-322)   3.00 s.h.  
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Surveys the role of sales management in marketing. 
Supply Chain Management   (OPM-420)   3.00 s.h.  
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Course Description
Supply Chain Management discusses the seamless flow of information and goods from the suppliers' suppliers to the customers' customers in the context of profits based on common goals, shared resources, and mutually beneficial relationships. This course stresses the ways that corporate and national boundaries become transparent to the movement of goods and services.

Learning Outcomes
Through the Portfolio Assessment process, students will demonstrate that they can appropriately address the following outcomes:

  • Identify the purpose and outcomes of supply chain management.
  • Evaluate the role of supply chain management in empowering customers, leading to a more competitive environment.
  • Analyze the need for and application of process and systems thinking in supply chain management.
  • Connect key issues in purchasing, production, and logistics decision making.
  • Analyze critical issues involved in designing a global supply chain network.
  • Examine the role of process mapping in supply chain design.
  • Discuss strategic cost management and assess various types of price and cost analysis strategies.
  • Evaluate the role of outsourcing and discuss elements of a successful outsourcing strategy.
  • Assess features of successful relationship management.
  • Assess decision making issues involved in transportation management.
  • Articulate the importance of collaboration across the supply chain.
  • Assess effective performance measurement.
  • Analyze the roles of empowerment and collaborative innovation for business success.
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Church Administration I   (PAT-490)   3.00 s.h.  
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Study of the various facets of church administration including personnel management, multiple staff development, information systems management, congregational leadership development, property management, and stewardship and financial management. An intense broad-coverage course for those involved in the ministry and business administration of the church. 
Correctional Administration   (AOJ-224)   3.00 s.h.  
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CORRECTIONAL ADMINISTRATION - Organization and management of correctional facilities. Includes organizational principles & practices, structuring the organization, administrative communications, personnel management, supervision, training & education for correctional personnel, research & planning, fiscal management, & probation & parole administration. 
Applied Quality Management   (APS-402)   3.00 s.h.  
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Course Description
The Applied Quality Management course provides students with the knowledge and techniques required to improve product quality and process efficiency by identifying and measuring production process variability which, if not successfully addressed, leads to inconsistent product quality, costly wastage, non-standardization and other reliability and productivity problems. This course introduces basic quality management concepts and definitions and builds on that knowledge to explore Statistical Process Control (SPC) based quality improvement techniques as a means to diagnose, reduce and eliminate causes of variation and to assist in process improvement, production control, production planning and decision-making. A brief review of the fundamentals of statistics and probability and their applications in quality management is provided, and various measurement and control techniques, for example charts for variables and attributes are presented.

Learning Outcomes
Through the Portfolio Assessment process, students will demonstrate that they can appropriately address the following outcomes:

  • Explain the concepts of Total Quality Management and Total Quality Education.
  • Diagnose problems in the quality improvement process.
  • Identify ethical and unethical behavior in Quality Management.
  • Apply various quality improvement techniques.
  • Describe and apply the development and nature of quality control charts.
  • Apply the basic concepts of statistics and probability to quality management and control.
  • Utilize Statistical Process Control (SPC) techniques as a means to diagnose, reduce and eliminate causes of variation.
  • Analyze Statistical Process Control (SPC) data to improve processes, production controls, production planning and decision making.
  • Perform process capability and specification studies.
  • Explain each total quality implementation phase then list the steps that are associated with each.
  • Propose how business leaders might plan and execute quality management strategies to gain and sustain a competitive advantage in todays global business arena.
  • Communicate why Total Quality Management (TQM) is fundamental to partnering for mutual benefit.
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