University Catalog 2021-2022

Managerial Perspectives (PERS)

Managerial Perspectives (PERS)

PERS 4570  Business Service Learning Internship  (1-3)  

The Academic Internship Program is designed for students who are participating in an intensive business public service internship experience. The goal of this course is to offer students an opportunity to discuss issues related to their public service internship experience, to encourage them to actively explore issues related to both their internship setting and their major, and to facilitate individual growth and career development. The course requires a minimum of 60 hours of public service and requires participation in a weekly Internship Seminar course. The course provides three credits towards the BSM degree. Students are restricted to one internship for credit. Course may be repeated up to unlimited credit hours.

Corequisite(s): SRVC 4890.


Maximum Hours: 99

PERS 5380  Business Study Abroad - PERS  (1-20)  

Course may be repeated up to unlimited credit hours.


Maximum Hours: 99

PERS 5390  Business Study Abroad - PERS  (1-20)  

Course may be repeated up to unlimited credit hours.


Maximum Hours: 99

PERS 6010  Career Development I  (0)  

This seminar, graded on a pass/fail basis, begins during MBA orientation and is designed to provide students with the tools and information to identify appropriate career goals. Additionally, students will begin the development of their internship and job search strategies. Topics include: networking skills development, business etiquette/protocol, and interviewing skills. A passing grade in this seminar is required for graduation from the two-year MBA program only.

PERS 6050  Job of The Executive  (2)  

This intensive course in the Fast-Track MBA program, held during orientation, helps students think critically about their role as an executive in an organization. Further, it develops students' understanding of leadership, developing strategies, and managing organizational issues. With the overwhelming amount of information regarding these subjects, the successful executive will understand the daily issues dealt with and the problems that arise, then develop strategies to overcome these issues and problems in order to create a high performing organization. Through readings, discussions, experiential learning, and business detailed analyses of outcomes, students develop new solutions to problems or issues and think critically about the role of the executive.

PERS 6140  Leadership Development  (0)  

PERS 6150  Law and Business Seminar  (0)  

PERS 6200  Healthcare Industry Seminar  (3)  

PERS 6210  Healthcare Industry II  (3)