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Courses - Spring 2019

 

 BCN 4587C

Green Construction and Sustainability
Instructor:  Dr. James Sorce 
Description:
 This course will examine topics in the field of Green Construction and Sustainable Construction.  Topics covered will include the environmental impact of land development, minimization of the negative environmental impacts of construction, and resource utilization.  Additional topics:  current building assessment systems, the green building process, ecological design of buildings, high performance buildings, building operations and commissioning, ethics in sustainable construction, alternative energy systems, water conservation, and current trends in sustainable construction.

Prerequisites:  All program prerequisites should be completed prior to taking this course


 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.

 

 CGN 4430 

Risk Assessment
Instructor:  Dr. Cigdem Akan / Dr. Don Resio
Description:
 This course will provide risk analysis and quantification for design and engineering.  The course will introduce important concepts such as probability concepts and distributions, hypothesis testing, extremes, sampling and resampling of methodology, uncertainties, hazards in the environment, complexity and sustainability, tectonics, storms, flooding, droughts, environmental hazards, and risk applications.

Prerequisites:  STA 3032 and PHY 2048 

 

 CGN 5406 

Risk Assessment
Instructor:  Dr. Cigdem Akan / Dr. Don Resio
Description:
 This course will provide risk analysis and quantification for design and engineering.  The course will introduce important concepts such as probability concepts and distributions, hypothesis testing, extremes, sampling and resampling of methodology, uncertainties, hazards in the environment, complexity and sustainability, tectonics, storms, flooding, droughts, environmental hazards, and risk applications.

Prerequisites:  STA 3032 and PHY 2048