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MGMT X 418.27B
This course provides training on real-life case studies with hands-on opportunities to develop a business case for an IT project.
Soft skill development is crucial as a separator between success and failure as your career progresses.
MGMT X 408.66
The course examines the role of promotions and discounts in reducing inventories, the impact of profitability by financial management, and reviews how successful companies undertake the management of their enterprise.
MGMT X 442.15
This course provides training on the relevant ethics statutes and regulations applicable to government contracting at the prime and subcontract levels.
MGMT X 442.14
This course covers the financial analysis of vendor proposals to verify the reasonableness of the quoted prices.
MGMT X 445.7
This course reviews the evolution from the Armed Services Procurement Regulations (ASPR) to the Defense Acquisition Regulations (DAR) and the Federal Procurement Regulations (FPR) to the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) in conjunction with purchasing requirement, public law and negotiation requirements.
MGMT X 418.24
This course provides business skills and practical expertise for managing the changing demands of contemporary information technology (IT) organizations.
MECH&AE X 428.63
This course introduces students to manufacturing engineering in the context of production operations and objectives in the aerospace industry sector. Learning outcomes are facilitated through the use…
MGMT X 445
This course covers the domain of purchasing and the flow of purchasing tasks--from determining the requirements for goods and services through to their acceptance.
MGMT X 442.11
This course covers the principles and current trends of contracting with the federal government as a prime- or subcontractor with emphasis on applying the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) to daily problems.
MGMT X 408.65
Students learn the fundamentals of U.S. government regulations that impact how bidders propose work, negotiate prices, and execute to contractual terms.
MGMT X 418.27C
This course covers the economic and business aspects of new technologies considered by organizations while gaining the financial knowledge and skills needed to manage IT related projects.
MGMT X 418.24A
This course is no longer available. All students who pay the application fee for Information Technology Management will have this course waived and only have to take seven courses to receive the Information Technology Management certificate.
MGMT X 418.26
This course covers the four major aspects of information technology (IT) project management: technologies, people, organizations, and procedures.
MGMT X 408.61
This course covers the economic, social, political, and business customs that affect contracting in the international environment.
MGMT X 408.4
This course covers the legal analysis of award and administration of contracts; government contract law sources; and legal principles applied to problems involving data and patents.
MGMT X 445.5
This course covers the implication of business law on purchasing operations from terms and conditions to contract types, buyers' rights and limitations, and differences in government purchasing.
MGMT X 445.67
This course provides an overview of the key elements of a successful logistics organization starting with a strategic decision on logistics design and concluding with day-to-day operation of a logistics system's objectives.
There is a monumental changing of the guard that is currently taking place in organizations due to demographic metabolism. One of the largest birth cohorts or generations in history (Baby Boomer) is…
MGMT X 408.5
This course provides a framework for analyzing how to approach the negotiation of a contract and dealing with the goals of the other party.
MGMT X 442.16
This course provides training on price developement with unique requirements imposed on government contractors and subcontractors by FAR Part 15 for proposals under Best Value and Sole Source Contracting.
MGMT X 445.6
This course provides the fundamental principles of negotiation with hands on practicing in seminar exercises and mock negotiations, emphasizing the human behavior theories and negotiation tactics for favorable outcomes.
MGMT X 442.13
This course provides in-depth training on the principles, practices and procedures for preparing cost estimates in government contracts.
MGMT X 442.12
Learn about the contractor's process for preparing a cost proposal from the initial planning stages through negotiations.
MGMT X 445.4
This course covers the duties and responsibilities associated with the purchasing analysis and compliance functions.
For more than 60 years, the Technical Management Program has been a valuable resource for all types of organizations--large and small, public and private sector--where people with technical backgrounds can obtain the skills to lead, manage, and empower others. The program addresses the newest trends and paradigms in today's volatile business world and provides technical managers with a repertoire of methods to solve problems, plan strategies, and motivate colleagues. Contact: Joon Lee (310)825-3858 email@example.com
MGMT X 408.64
Learn the major areas of managing high-technology contracts: licensing strategies, enforcing licenses, managing a joint venture, entering into and maintaining strategic alliances, and transferring of technology.
MGMT X 445.66
This course provides essential information that elevates a supply chain practitioner by providing new information in the areas of information technology, quality, logistics, inventory, and financial management.
MGMT X 408.7
This course presents a review of the various types and forms of government contracts.