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Courses - Fall 2020

BCN 1005C

Introduction to Construction Management

 

Instructor: Mr. Scott Curry

 

Description: This course will provide students with an introduction to the construction industry. The course will include instruction in the business aspects of running a construction project, communication methods in construction, career planning and job searching skills, project management protocols, research methods, ethical issues in construction, job site conduct protocol and other attributes of working in the construction industry.

MAN 4720

Strategic Management Business Policy

 

Instructor: Dr. Steven Williamson

 

Description: This course demonstrates an analysis of how functions such as sales, finance, procurement, distribution and personnel are correlated to form an integrated business policy and how corporate strategy is formulated, implemented and evaluated. This course is taken in a student's final term at UNF.

 

Prerequisites: MAR 3023 or equivalent, FIN 3403 or equivalent, and MAN 3025 or equivalent and at least a 2.0 GPA

MAN 6726

Advanced Strategic Management

 

Instructor: Dr. Steven Williamson

 

Description: Advanced Strategic Management (ASM) is the Capstone course of the MBA program. This course requires the student to assimilate and integrate the knowledge acquired from the functional disciplines through application utilizing a strategic framework. Further, students utilize various models and theories of firm structure and performance to understand how to evaluate, allocate, and deploy the various resources that an enterprise controls in order to develop and achieve integrated strategic objectives.

 

Prerequisites: Students must be in their last semester of graduate work, have an overall graduate GPA of 3.0 or better on their degree evaluation courses and have attained permission to register from a graduate advisor.

MAC 1147

Precalculus

 

Instructor: Hugh Cornell

 

Description: Topics will include linear and quadratic functions and their applications; systems of equations; inequalities, polynomials, exponentials, logarithms, trigonometric functions and their inverses and their graphs; trigonometric identities, and complex numbers. Students may not receive credit for MAC 1147 and also for MAC 1105 or MAC 1114 or MAC 1101.

 

Prerequisites: Intermediate Algebra

MAC 1105C

College Algebra with Recitation

 

Instructor: Dr. Ognjen Milatovic

 

Description: Topics include a review of Intermediate Algebra concepts, linear and quadratic functions, systems of equations and inequalities, polynomials, exponentials, logarithms, and applications. Students attend three hours of lecture and one hour of recitation per week. Students may only earn credit for one of the following: MAC 1105, MAC 1105C, or MAC 1101C. Meets the General Education requirement in Mathematics. Meets the Gordon Rule requirement.

 

Prerequisites: Qualifying score on the math placement test.

MAC 1147

Precalculus

 

Instructor: Dr. Ognjen Milatovic

 

Description: Topics will include linear and quadratic functions and their applications; systems of equations; inequalities, polynomials, exponentials, logarithms, trigonometric functions and their inverses and their graphs; trigonometric identities, and complex numbers. Students may not receive credit for MAC 1147 and also for MAC 1105 or MAC 1114 or MAC 1101.

 

Prerequisites: Intermediate Algebra

MAC 2233

Calculus for Business

 

Instructor: Hugh Cornell

 

Description: Topics in differential and integral calculus with applications. (This course cannot be used to satisfy upper-level degree requirements by mathematics, statistics or natural science majors).

 

Prerequisites: MAC 1105 or MAC 1147

MAC 2311

Calculus I

 

Instructor: Hugh Cornell

 

Description: This course examines the notions of limit, continuity and derivatives of functions of one variable. The course explores differentiation rules for algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. The course discussed applications of differential calculus, such as related rates problems, curve sketching, and optimization. The course also introduces students to definite and indefinite integrals and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. (This course cannot be used to satisfy upper-level degree requirements by mathematics, statistics or natural science majors). Students completing this course may not enroll in MAC 2233.

 

Prerequisites: MAC 1147

CGS 1930

STEM LLC Seminar

 

Instructor: Scott Curry

 

Description: This is a course for first year students participating in the STEM Living, Learning Community. Students will hear lectures from guest speakers, including STEM faculty, and learn about study skills and resources available at UNF to help them succeed in their chosen major.

 

Courses - Spring 2021

MAC 2312

Calculus II

 

Instructor: Hugh Cornell

 

Description: This course continues the study of definite and indefinite integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus begun in MAC 2311. The course presents various integration techniques and their applications, convergence of sequences and series, as well as power series and Taylor series of a function of one variable.(This course cannot be used to satisfy upper-level degree requirements by mathematics, statistics or natural science majors).

 

Prerequisites: MAC 2311 or MAC 2241

MAC 2313

Calculus III

 

Instructor: Dr. Ognjen Milatovic

 

Description: This is the third course in calculus designed to cover calculus of functions of several variables. The course covers analytical geometry and vectors in two or three dimensions. The course covers calculus of parametric and vector-valued functions. This course introduces students to functions of several variables and then those functions are analyzed and applied using partial derivatives, differentials, directional derivatives, gradients and optimization. Additionally, the course presents a study of multiple integrals in rectangular, polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates.

 

Prerequisites: MAC 2312

MAN 4720

Strategic Management Business Policy

 

Instructor: Dr. Steven Williamson

 

Description: This course demonstrates an analysis of how functions such as sales, finance, procurement, distribution and personnel are correlated to form an integrated business policy and how corporate strategy is formulated, implemented and evaluated. This course is taken in a student's final term at UNF.

 

Prerequisites: MAR 3023 or equivalent, FIN 3403 or equivalent, and MAN 3025 or equivalent and at least a 2.0 GPA

MAN 6726

Advanced Strategic Management

 

Instructor: Dr. Steven Williamson

 

Description: Advanced Strategic Management (ASM) is the Capstone course of the MBA program. This course requires the student to assimilate and integrate the knowledge acquired from the functional disciplines through application utilizing a strategic framework. Further, students utilize various models and theories of firm structure and performance to understand how to evaluate, allocate, and deploy the various resources that an enterprise controls in order to develop and achieve integrated strategic objectives.

 

Prerequisites: Students must be in their last semester of graduate work, have an overall graduate GPA of 3.0 or better on their degree evaluation courses and have attained permission to register from a graduate advisor.

MAS 3105

Linear Algebra

 

Instructor: Dr. Ognjen Milatovic

 

Description: This course covers matrix algebra, Gaussian elimination, determinants, Euclidean spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, and vector spaces.

 

Prerequisites: MAC 2312