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    Hofstra University
  Dec 11, 2017
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin
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IMS 180H - Business Policy and Strategy - Honors

Semester Hours: 3
Once a Year
An honors version of the Zarb School of Business’ capstone course enabling students to integrate functional area knowledge in order to effect managerial decisions and assume leadership roles in organizations. Theory and concepts are applied using both case analysis (in which the actual companies’ top executives participate) and a complex computer-based business simulation. Topics include: elements of the strategic planning process, such as strategy formulation and implementation; ethics and corporate social responsibility; corporate, business, and functional-level strategy; the relationship between strategy and organizational structure; and strategic control and reward systems. Significant written and oral communication skills are emphasized.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Business majors with senior class standing and MGT 101 , FIN 101 , MKT 101 . Corequisites: FIN 110 , MGT 110 . Students must have successfully completed 88 or more credits before entering this course. Students must be enrolled in the Hofstra University Honors College  or have a 3.4 GPA and the permission of the department chair to enroll in this course. Satisfies same BBA requirements  as regular sections of IMS 180 . (Formerly GBUS 180H.)

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