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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

MATH 3500 (M 36C) COMPLEX ANALYSIS (4 credits)

MGMT 2014 (MS22A) ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR [3 credits]

Prerequisite: MATH 2120 and MATH 216-0 (M 21A and M 21B) Syllabus: Analytic functions, Elementary functions, Advanced complex integration (for many valued functions). Conformal mapping (Mobius transformation and their properties). The Schwarz Christoffel transformation. Power series (convergence, abso- lute convergence and uniform convergence), sequence and se- ries of functions. Zeros and poles of meromorphic functions.

Analytic continuation. Examination: One 2-hour written paper Coursework

75% 25%

Prerequisite: Syllabus: This course uses the systems approach to organisations to high- light how interrelated variables such as people, technology, task, structure and external environments impact on organisational effectiveness. Emphasis is on the nature of behavioural issues and how and why they impact on the func-

tioning of organisations. Assessment: Coursework Final Examination

25% 75%

MGMT 2012 (MS21B) MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS I [3 credits]

Prerequisite: None Syllabus: This course provides an overview of Management Information Systems. It describes the components of Management Infor- mation Systems and the relationship of MIS to the larger area of Organisation and Management. Information Systems Tech-

MGMT 2021 (MS27A) BUSINESS LAW [3 credits]

Prerequisite: None Syllabus: The main focus of this course is the general principles of the law of contract, the law of Agency as well as other related areas of interest like the Sale of Goods Act and the Hire Purchase Act 1938 and 1954. Background material covers the role and func- tion of the law in society, the sources of the law, the legal sys-

nology is covered. Assessment: Coursework Final Examination

25% 75%

tem etc. Assessment: Coursework Final Examination

MGMT 2013 (MS21E) INTRODUCTION TO E-COMMERCE [3 credits]

Syllabus: This course aims to prepare students with the requisite funda- mentals to enable them to provide the business perspective/ inputs to the e-commerce adoption process. Emphasis will be on the underlying commercial principles of e-commerce rather than on the technological processes. Topics to be covered in- clude: internet demographics; internet business models; cus- tomer support strategies; security issues in e-commerce; legal issues in e-commerce; logistical challenges for Caribbean e-

commerce. Assessment: Coursework Final Examination

MGMT 3042 (MS31B) MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS II (ANALYSIS AND DESIGN) [3 credits]

Prerequisite: MGMT 2013 (MS21B) Syllabus: This course addresses the need for managers to understand the requirements for Information Systems, to participate in the design of systems and to manage the procurement of sys-

tems. Assessment: Coursework Final Examination

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