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BUSINESS STRATEGY AND DECISION-MAKING

General ElectivePre-College & Prerequisite

Course Description
Businesses face complex problems in our globalized, digital, and diverse world. Some have short-term implications, while others have long-term impacts. It is often difficult to ascertain the degree to which a decision today will determine outcomes long after the decision was made. This course uses systems theory as a framework through which business decisions and strategies are understood. Students will then learn to apply systems thinking and analytical tools to diagnose strategic positions from multiple vantage points, evaluate alternative courses of action, and make criteria-based decisions.

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Prerequisite

Credits: 5.0

Lecture: 50
Lab:
Clinical:
Other:
Total: 50
At least a junior standing in a baccalaureate program, college-level math with 2.0 grade or better.

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