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Course Descriptions

The Rose‑Hulman Master of Science in Engineering Management and Master of Engineering Management are designed for engineers who seek to deepen their technical background while acquiring solid, forward-looking management credentials. In our curricula, you'll find the management foundations of an MBA, but with added technical focus. We provide technology and business leaders a convenient fast track to the integration of management skills and critical technical knowledge.

EMGT 535 - Strategy and Globalization

  • Credit Hours: 4R-0L-4C
  • Term Available: -
  • Graduate Studies Eligible: No
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Corequisites: None

This course samples the strategy literature and distinguishes economic and managerial (resource-based view) perspectives. Strategy issues encountered in transnational management are addressed in cases. Scenario planning is described. Trends and implications of globalization are explored (off-shoring, ‘rise of the rest’, resource use & climate change, BOP, Business Model change) and the ‘great recession’ is discussed from a long-wave perspective. Strategy implementation issues are addressed. Students develop strategies for an organization of their choice and evaluate those strategies using the ‘Scenariosto-Strategies’ approach in their term paper.

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