Master Program Core and Elective Courses
- FINAL MSLTT Degree Courses as of April 2013
- Plan of Study Form Sample - First Draft must be completed before starting the MSLTT
Short Course Description (Catalog)
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (IET)
505. Production and Inventory Control Systems. 3 hrs. Corequisite: IET 505L. Principles of production and inventory planning and control. Forecasting techniques, EOQ, MRP, production scheduling, line balancing, CPM/PERT.
513. Lean Production Systems. 3 hrs. The strategic and tactical elements of lean production systems.
514. Engineering Project Management. 3 hrs. The strategic and tactical elements of engineering project management.
570. Logistics Transportation Systems. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: IET 370. Analysys, design, and implementation of domestc and international transportation systems of people, processes, and technology.
571. Logistics Distribution Systems. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: IET 370. The analysis, design, and implementation of distribution systems of people, processes, and technology.
615 Advanced Supply Chain Management. 3 hrs. Principles of supply chain management (SCM) to include SCM concepts, strategies, and models.
670. Supply Chain Design and Management. 3 hrs. Prerequisites: IET 570 and IET 571. Designing and managing supply chain functions in a typical logistics environment.
671. Supply Chain Modeling and Analysis. 3 hrs. Prerequisites: IET 570 and IET 571. The design and operation of contemporary supply chains, with a special emphasis of modeling and analysis.
672. Global Supply Chain Management. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: IET 370. Relationships between supply chain entities and global issues which influence the management of those relationships.
ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION (AEC)
692. Topics in Engineering Technology. 1-6 hrs. Investigation of specific topics related to engineering technology. May be repeated for a total of 6 hrs.
695. Internship. 3 hrs.
COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES (CHS)
623. Biostatistics. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: One course in statistics. Concepts and applications of descriptive and inferential statistical methods in health sciences.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (ED)
701. The New Economy. 3 hrs. Week-long course presenting a comprehensive overview of economic development as a process, a practice, and a profession.
725. Technology-Based Entrepreneurship in Economic Development. 3 hrs. This course will examine the nature of technology and entrepreneurship, effective usages of technology and entrepreneurship, and how technology-based entrepreneurship opportunities promote economic development.
747. Recruiting innovative Business. 3 hrs. Content focuses on recruiting heavy industry to regions. In information economy, these techniquies are limited in valued but useful in giving tools needed for attraction businesses.
748. International Economic Development Methods. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: ED 646 or equivalent. Examines methods of promoting foreign direct investment and export assistance for domestic producers.
761. Contemporary Issues in Economic Development. 1-3 hrs. Analysis of selected issues of current importance to the practice of economic development.
765. Economic Development Theory II. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: GHY 350 or equivalent or permission of instructor. Regional and local economic development theory, including growth centers, economic base theory, and multiplier analysis.
WORKFORCE TRAINING DEVELOPMENT (WTD)
575. Workforce Analysis. 3 hrs. Applied research methods and tools for the training professional to analyze and evaluate the worker, work processes, and the organization.
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)
610. Analytical Decision Making. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: BA 301 or the equivalent. The study and application of quantitative statistical methods to decision making.
611. Managerial Accounting. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: ACC 200 and 300 or the equivalent. An analysis of the use of accounting information in managerial decision making.
640. Financial Management. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: FIN 300 or the equivalent. Applications of financial theory to complex financial problems.
650. Global Business Systems. 3 hrs. Examination of the impact of information technology on the productivity, quality, service, and problem-solving in the global business environment.
POLITICAL SCIENCE (PS)
531. International Law and Organization. 3 hrs. The study of the functions of intergovernmental organizations in the modern world system.
558. Latin American Political and Economic Development. 3 hrs.
640. International Security. 3 hrs. This course examines the causes and effects of international security issues and the array of strategies for addressing problems related to war and peace in world politics.
641. International Development Theory. 3 hrs. This course examines the intellectual heritage and the present global framework for research/practice in international development, including foundations in various disciplines.
COMPUTER SCIENCE (CSC)
514. Software Design and Development. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: CSC 307. Corequisite: CSC 514L. Formal development of software through team projects.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CJ)
575. Private Security: Law and Loss Prevention. 3 hrs. Basic concepts of the private security industry and the law that controls and directs the profession.
517. Geographic Information Systems. 2 hrs. Corequisite: GHY 517L. Concepts and applications of geographic information systems in natural and human resource management and business decision-making.
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT FIELDS (IDV)
710. International Development Theory. 3hrs. The intellectual heritage and the contemporary global framework of research and practice in international development, including foundations in various disciplines and fields of study.
713. Globalization. 3hrs. Examination of the basic components of research design in the social sciences. Compares various research methods and explains the steps needed to create a research design.
891. Seminar in Homeland Security. 3hrs. The seminar examines the nexus of internal and external security policy in the aftermath of the 11 September terrorist attacks, through an examination of the formulation, adoption, implementation, and evaluation of homeland security policy.
Sample Master Program - Course Syllabi
- IET 513 Syllabus Spring
- IET 514 Syllabus Summer 2010
- IET 570 Syllabus Spring
- IET 571 Syllabus Fall
- IET 615 Syllabus - Spring
- IET 671 Supply Chain Modeling & Analysis - Spring
- IET 672 Global Supply Chain - Spring
- AEC 692 Syllabus - Pananma Study Abroad Sample
- ED 725 Technology Based Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Online Spring 2012
- ED 747 Recruiting LTT Spring 2011
- ED 748 Globalization and Economic Development
- ED 765 Business Retention and Expansion LTT Spring 2011
- IET 505 Production Technology Fall 2011
- IET 670 Supply Chain Design & Management Fall
- ED 701 Basic Economic Development Course Fall 2011
- ED 761 Economic Development Organization Management Fall 2011
Sample Master Program - Course Videos (YouTube Channel)