These tables include course syllabus, prerequisites, and tentative rotation schedule to assist you in planning your schedule.

Business Administration (BA) 

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer
BA101 Business Universe N/A F+W F+W N/A
BA452 Professionalism  Completion of 75 Hours  F+W F+W W
BA490 Business Policy & Strategy  Senior standing, Business core classes with 'C' or better  F+W F+W W
BA491-493 Independent Study in Business Administration  Senior standing, Consent of Department Chair/Faculty  X X X
BA560 Topics in International Business  MG301 and MK301 with a minimum grade of 'C' in both  N/A F F

F = Face-to-face class 
W = Web course/Online class 
X = Arranged with instructor 
N/A = Not available 
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available 

Business Administration (BA), Graduate Level 

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer
BA600 Organizational Behavior in Practice  Admission to Grad Program in HCBC, or consent of Grad Business Program Director  W F W
BA620 Quantitative & Qualitative Research Methods  Admission to Grad Program in HCBC  F W W
BA630 Integrated Decision Information Systems  Admission to Grad Program in HCBC  F W W
BA641 Entrepreneurship  Admission to Grad Program in HCBC  F N/A N/A
BA650 Strategic Decision Making  Admission to Grad Program in HCBC; Successful completion of 18 hours in Grad Business Program  W F W
BA651 Strategic Marketing  Admission to Grad Program in HCBC  F W W
BA656 Applied Human Resource Management  HA300 or MG301 with grade of 'C' or better, or consent of Grad Business Program Director  W N/A N/A
BA657 Applied Research Project  21 hours in MBA program, or admission to a Grad Program in HCBC; Consent of Grad Business Program Director and faculty supervisor of paper  F+W F+W F+W
BA658 Business Internship  18 hours in Grad Program in HCBC; Consent of Grad Business Program Director  X X X
BA660 Strategic Cost Management  Admission to Grad Program in HCBC  F W N/A
BA661 External Environment of Business  Admission to Grad Program in HCBC  N/A N/A N/A
BA663 International Business Strategies  Admission to Grad Program in HCBC, or consent of Grad Business Program Director  F N/A N/A
BA664 Organizational Leadership  BA600, or consent of MBA Program Director; For MSM-seeking students, 18 completed program hours for MSM Degree-seeking students  N/A W N/A
BA668 The Financial Environment  Admission to Grad Program in HCBC  W F W
BA691-693 Business Practicum/Internship  MBA major; Completion of 18 hours in Program; Consent of Grad Business Program Director  X X X

F = Face-to-face class 
W = Web course/Online class 
X = Arranged with instructor 
N/A = Not available 
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available 

Entrepreneurship (ER) 

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer
ER361 Principles of Entrepreneurship  45 hours  F+W F+W N/A
ER473 Internship in Entrepreneurship  75 or more total hours and cumulative GPA 2.5 or better; Minimum 9 hours in Entrepreneurship courses with 2.5 GPA or better, unless waived by Department Chair  X X X
ER521 Topics in Entrepreneurship  Senior standing, or consent of instructor  N/A N/A N/A
ER531 Innovation  Junior standing  F N/A N/A
ER551 Managing/Growing New Ventures  ER/BA361 with minimum grade of 'C'  F F N/A
ER561 Business Planning for New Ventures  ER/BA361 with minimum grade of 'C'  F F N/A
ER581 Entrepreneurship Practicum: Venture Creation  ER/BA361 with minimum grade of 'C'  N/A F N/A

F = Face-to-face class 
W = Web course/Online class 
X = Arranged with instructor 
N/A = Not available 
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available 

Healthcare Administration (HA) 

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer
EC585 Healthcare Economics  Completion of EC215  N/A W N/A
HA300 Intro to Healthcare Management  N/A W F N/A
HA471-473 Internship in Healthcare  75 hours college credit; 9 hours HA courses; Overall GPA 2.5; HA major course GPA 2.75; Approval of internship agreement  X X X
HA491-493 Independent Study in Healthcare  Senior standing and consent of Department Chair/Faculty  X X X
HA510 Healthcare Operations  HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair  W N/A N/A
HA520 Intro. to Healthcare Quality  HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair  W W N/A
HA525 Advanced Healthcare Quality  HA520 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair  N/A W N/A
HA530 Intro. to Patient Safety  HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair  W N/A N/A
HA535 Advanced Patient Safety  HA530 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair  N/A W N/A
HA540 Healthcare Informatics  HA300 or MG301, and MI375, all with minimum grade of 'C'  N/A W N/A
HA545 Healthcare Database Systems  HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair  W N/A N/A
HA550 Healthcare Risk Management  HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair  W N/A N/A
HA580 Healthcare Strategy  HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair  W N/A N/A
HA582 Healthcare Budgeting & Reimbursement  HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair  N/A W N/A
HA585 Marketing for Health Services Organizations  HA300 or MG301 with minimum grade of 'C'; or consent of Department Chair  W W N/A
HA620 Research Methodology in Healthcare  PY271 with minimum grade of 'C'; or approval of Grad Studies Program Director  N/A W N/A
HA657 Applied Research in Healthcare  18 hours HA, or approval of Grad Studies Program Director  X X X
HA658 Graduate Internship in Healthcare  18 hours HA, or approval of Grad Studies Program Director  X X X
HA681 Health Administration Policy  21 completed hours in MS in Healthcare Management; or consent of Department Chair  W N/A N/A
HA691-693 Independent Study in Healthcare  Admission to Master of Science HM, or approval of Grad Studies Program Director  X X X

F = Face-to-face class 
W = Web course/Online class 
X = Arranged with instructor 
N/A = Not available 
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available 

Hospitality Management (HM) 

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer
HM150 Intro. to Hospitality Management  N/A F N/A N/A
HM205 Foundations of Culinary Practices  N/A F F N/A
HM250 Introduction to Beverage Management  N/A F F N/A
HM260 Meeting and Event Management  HM150 with a minimum grade of 'C'  N/A F N/A
HM270 Lodging Operations  HM150 with a minimum grade of 'C'  N/A F N/A
HM304 Hospitality Cost Control  AC221 with a minimum grade of 'C' and can be taken concurrently  N/A F N/A
HM325 Hospitality Law  HM270 with a minimum grade of 'C'  F N/A N/A
HM350 Advanced Culinary Practices  HM205 with a minimum grade of 'C'  F N/A N/A
HM370 Advanced Lodging Operations  HM270 with a minimum grade of 'C'  F N/A N/A
HM390 Hospitality Sales and Marketing  HM270 with a minimum grade of 'C'  F N/A N/A
HM406 Hospitality Strategic Management  HM270 and HM390 both with a minimum grade of 'C'.  HM390 can be taken concurrently.    N/A F N/A
HM416 Quantity Food Production, Processes and Management  HM260, HM304 and HM350 all with a minimum grade of 'C'. HM304 can be taken concurrently.    N/A F N/A
HM473 Internship in Hospitality Management  75 hours college credit; 18 hours HM courses; HM GPA 2.5; Approval of Program Director/Department Chair  X X X
HM491-493 Independent Study in Hospitality Management  75 hours college credit; Approval of Department Chair/Faculty  X X X

F = Face-to-face class 
W = Web course/Online class 
X = Arranged with instructor 
N/A = Not available 
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available 

Management (MG) 

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer
MG301 Principles of Management  45 Hours  F+W F+W W
MG354 Negotiation  MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'  F N/A N/A
MG356 Foundations of HR  HA300 or MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'  F+W F+W W
MG362 Management Skills  HA300 or MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'  N/A N/A W
MG416 Acquiring Talent  MG356 with a minimum grade of 'C'  F N/A N/A
MG426 Managing/Developing Talent  MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'  W W N/A
MG436 Compensating Talent  MG356 with a minimum grade of 'C'  N/A F N/A
MG456 Topics in HRM  MG356 with a minimum grade of 'C'  N/A N/A N/A
MG457 Organizational Behavior  MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'  N/A W W
MG470 Leadership in Management  MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'  W F W
MG471-473 Internship in Management  75 hours completed; 9 hours MG courses; Management major; overall GPA of 2.5; 2.75 GPA in Management major courses; Consent of Department and approval of internship agreement  X X X
MG491-493 Independent Study in Management  Consent of Department X X X
MG548/IS448 Project Management  IS275 or MI375 with a minimum grade of 'C'  N/A N/A N/A
MG550 Improving Team Performance  MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C'  F F N/A
MG560 International Management MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' F+W F+W W
MG562 Organization Theory & Design MG301 with a minimum grade of 'C' W W N/A
MG566 Legal & Union Issues in HR MG356 with a minimum grade of 'C' N/A F N/A
MG575 IT Management MI375 with a minimum grade of 'C' N/A N/A N/A

F = Face-to-face class 
W = Web course/Online class 
X = Arranged with instructor 
N/A = Not available 
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available 

Management Information Systems (MI) 

Course Prerequisites Fall Spring Summer
MI101 Intro to Microcomputer Applications  N/A F+W F+W W
MI375 Management Information Systems  Completion of MI101  F+W F+W W

F = Face-to-face class 
W = Web course/Online class 
X = Arranged with instructor 
N/A = Not available 
*Summer courses are not guaranteed to be offered. Check the summer schedule when available 

MI101 Test Out Procedures

Wait List Review Dates

The Department Chair reviews and prioritizes students based on need as listed below:

Fall Wait Lists Review Dates:

  1. 2nd week in May
  2. 2nd week in June
  3. 2nd week in July
  4. 3 - 5 business days before classes start

 Spring Wait Lists Review Dates:

  1. 1st week in December
  2. 1st week in January
  3. 3 - 5 business days before classes start

Summer Wait Lists Review Dates:

  1. 3rd Week in March
  2. 3rd Week in April

2nd 8-week classes - All semesters: 

Review 3 - 5 business days before classes start. 

If you have extenuating circumstances for a waitlist request, please email lgcallahan@semo.edu from your Southeast email address and provide the following information:

  • First and last name
  • S0 number
  • Course number and section
  • Planned graduation semester and year
  • Major and minor
  • Advisor
  • Detailed explanation about why you need the class

Wait lists close the first day of classes, after this time contact the instructor. The instructor will decide to add a student, subject to department chair approval. 

If you are offered a seat from the wait list and do not enroll within 48 hours, the seat is offered to the next student. You may re-enroll in the wait list.

Due to a high demand on wait lists, we do not provide updates by phone or email. You can see enrollment and wait list numbers in the 'Look Up Classes' section in the Portal.

Department of Management
Phone
Office Phone
(573) 651-2121
Location
Office Location
Dempster Hall, 260
Mailing Address
One University Plaza, MS 5850
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701