Course Descriptions MGMT 4620   Web Design and Architecture
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Examines the theories, techniques and processes used to create, structure, and deliver electronic text. Topics include: writing and design for the web, information architecture, and document analysis for digitization. Focuses on practical experience with HTML and CSS, TEI standards, XML, and XSLT.
NOTES: MGMT classes cross-listed with INFO graduate classes require approval from the School of Information Management
CROSS-LISTING: INFO 6620

MGMT 4681   Geospatial Info Management
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Spatial information is the air and water that makes mapping and spatial analysis possible. Mobile applications using maps are some of the most popular and often used web-based applications; they are also cloud based which added another layer of management issues. Maps, GIS and the use of spatial information have never been more popular or public. This course addresses the effective management of spatial information. The course covers principles and practices associated with metadata, GIS, licensing, spatial information databases, map libraries and archives, spatial data infrastructures and web-based delivery of products and services, as well as distributed systems such as geolibraries, "digital earth" and the development of the "spatial cloud". This course is geared towards the manager who seeks to deploy services associated with spatial information and effectively develop an enterprise approach to managing spatial information. The course will also provide hands-on experience in using GIS and related technologies so as to be able to better understand how to deploy services, especially over the web.
NOTES: NOTE: MGMT classes cross listed with INFO graduate classes are restricted and require approval from the School of Information Management.
CROSS-LISTING: INFO 6681.03

MGMT 4705   Environmental Impact Assessment
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Students explore all aspects of environmental impact assessment (IA) from scientific, legal, and political dimensions, with a focus on Canadian IA projects and regulations. The course explores the procedural dimensions of IA, such as law creation and Indigenous consultation, as well as substantive dimensions of IA, such as biophysical impacts to marine and terrestrial systems, gender-based impacts, economic impacts, and more. Students will learn the materials through seminars (including guest lectures from experts), seminars and research papers, with the option of participating in concurrent real-world AI processes.
EXCLUSIONS: ENVI 5001.03

MGMT 4895   Internship Prep Seminar
CREDIT HOURS: 0
Upon acceptance into the Bachelor of Management Optional Internship Program (Winter Term), students must register for MGMT 4895 for the Fall Term. This course is designed to introduce internship students to aspects of career development and preparation for their internship experience. Students apply to the Internship Program through Management Career Services in their second year.
NOTES: This course is a Pass/Fail course and carries zero credit hours. Details on the Bachelor of Management Internship Program are available at www.dal.ca/mcs/internship
FORMAT: Seminar

MGMT 4896   Management Internship
CREDIT HOURS: 3
The optional internship will take place between academic year 3 and the final academic year. It is designed to offer the opportunity to combine relevant job experience with classroom studies. Students can work with professionals in their chosen field which will increase employability after graduation.
NOTES: This is a Pass/Fail course with only a maximum of six credit hours to be applied to the Bachelor of Management degree.
PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of 12 Core MGMT courses in addition to MGMT 3602 (Professional Communication Skills) and MGMT 4895 (Internship Prep Seminar)

MGMT 4897   Management Internship
CREDIT HOURS: 3
The optional internship will take place between academic year 3 and the final academic year. It is designed to offer the opportunity to combine relevant job experience with classroom studies. Students can work with professionals in their chosen field which will increase employability after graduation.
NOTES: This is a Pass/Fail course with only a maximum of six credit hours to be applied to the Bachelor of Management degree.
PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of 12 Core MGMT courses in addition to MGMT 3602 (Professional Communication Skills) and MGMT 4895 (Internship Prep Seminar)

MGMT 4898   Management Internship
CREDIT HOURS: 0
The optional internship will take place between academic year 3 and the final academic year. It is designed to offer the opportunity to combine relevant job experience with classroom studies. Students can work with professionals in their chosen field which will increase employability after graduation.
NOTES: This is a Pass/Fail course with only a maximum of six credit hours to be applied to the Bachelor of Management degree.
PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of 12 Core MGMT courses in addition to MGMT 3602 (Professional Communication Skills) and MGMT 4895 (Internship Prep Seminar)

MGMT 4901   Applied Entrepreneurship and Innovation
CREDIT HOURS: 3
MGMT 4901 is the capstone undergraduate course in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Linking theory and practice, students will practice learnings from prerequisite courses, while enhancing their understanding through an instructor led project. Working in groups, students will progress through an innovation management process consisting of secondary research, primary research, design thinking, refinement and implementation. As concepts are refined, students will work to establish the feasibility of their business model. This course will challenge students to identify opportunities; develop innovative concepts and manage the process for successful entrepreneurial outcomes. Students will learn how to manage innovation projects for both individual and corporate entrepreneurship. This course is a demanding, yet rewarding experience.
PREREQUISITES: MGMT 3907.03 or COMM 3307.03
CROSS-LISTING: COMM 4301.03