Monday, August 12, 2013

MBA News & Updates

Upcoming Events 

New Graduate Student Orientation

Thursday, August 15th, 5:30PM, Jackson Student Center

Welcome to graduate school! We are excited to bring you an orientation program designed to meet your needs and give you the foundation you need to be successful during your time at Anderson. We look forward to connecting with you! RSVP today: http://goo.gl/5IeeC 



2013 Career Services Week

Anderson Career Services office invites you to join us for the 2013 Career Services Week events culminating in the September 12th Career Fair. Register online and attend two Brand YOU events and the Career Fair and your name will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win an HP Slate Tablet. Register online to reserve your space. For more information: jobs.mgt.unm.edu

Fall 2013 Classes Start August 19th 


Still searching for a course to add to your schedule? See the opportunities below!


Students can now earn academic credit while preparing for the UNM Business Plan Competition with the introduction of MGT 594/490 starting this fall semester, 2013. This “business plan practicum”, a Special Topics in Management offering entitled “Lean Startup and Business Model Generation”, will be available on Friday mornings from 9AM to noon in Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters. Taught by Dr. Sul Kassicieh, Distinguished Professor and Anderson’s Endowed Chair in Economic Development, this class will take students to the forefront of startup planning and earn them 3 hours of academic credit as they get ready for the competition. The goal, within the constraints of a classroom and a limited amount of time, is to create an entrepreneurial experience with all of the pressures and demands of the real world in an early stage start up. Students will be getting their hands dirty talking to customers, partners, competitors, as they encounter the chaos and uncertainty of how a startup actually works. They’ll work in teams, learning how to turn a great idea into a great company. Building on the game-changing work of Steve Blank and Bob Dorf, students have the opportunity to see the future of business startup planning. Registration and information: contact Sul Kassicieh sul@unm.edu or 277-8881.

MGMT 594-008    T  7:00 – 9:30pm, Indigenous Entrepreneurship taught by Albert Cherino
This class will offer and understanding to the fundamental principles of business and management as they are applied to the economic development activities of indigenous people locally, regionally, and around the world. In this class, you will do feasibility studies of six enterprises developed by tribal members in rural New Mexico, with class members and working with the tribal entrepreneurs.
Prerequisite: MGMT 306 or by Instructor’s Permission


MGMT 587: Marketing Communications Management This course addresses the principles of communications planning for marketing. Students will be introduced to theories of communication and psychology that will provide a better understanding of the skills necessary for companies to market their brands. An online advertising simulation will allow students to create an advertising campaign that will reinforce these concepts. In doing so, students will coordinate sales and trade promotions, allocate their budget across various media channels, manage a budget, and measure return on investment. The online advertising simulation will provide an overview of the advertising campaign process. The course will culminate with the development of an integrated marketing communications plan, which will allow students to apply their knowledge. (Pre-req: MGMT 522)

Graduate Students: Are you searching for a free elective or a marketing elective? Will your career in any way involve influencing, persuading and negotiating with people? In other words, are you pursuing a career in business? Then you should consider enrolling for Sales Management --- MGMT 584 (Pre-req: MGMT 522)

MGMT 594-ST - Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer (taught by M. Beckett - IP attorney at Sandia National Laboratories) - Nearly every company, if not all, is dependent on intellectual property in one form or another. This course is intended to familiarize and educate the business student in areas of intellectual property law and technology transfer relevant to large and small businesses, non-profits and research institutions. Topics to be covered include a general overview of laws governing patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets along with strategies for assessing, procuring and protecting a company’s IP.

Professor Jurkat is offering MGMT 551 to MIS students for up to 3 credits this coming fall. The main topic is the exploration of the Integration Services module of SQL Server in order to prepare material for a potential data mining course. SQL Server has three “high” level modules called Integration Services, Analysis Services, and Reporting Services. The Analysis Services procedures provide basic and advanced data mining capability once the data for them is in an acceptable form. One of the standard forms is as objects in data warehouses and data marts. The theory and practices of data mining analysis are the main subjects of MGMT 635 Decision Support and Business Intelligence. If interested contact Professor Jurkat (pjurkat@unm.edu, 505-603-9412). This course is eligible for MBA-MIS concentration credit – see the MIS advisor (Professor Flor) for details.

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