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Cleary Course Catalog

Course Abbreviations

ACC Accounting
ANT Data Analytics
ART Art
BBA Bachelor of Business Administration
BDA Business Data Analytics
BUS Business
CAR Career Management
CAS Computer Application Software
CCL Culture, Change, Leadership
CJM Criminal Justice Management
COM Communications
CUL Culinary Management
ECO Economics
ENG English
ENT Entrepreneurship
FIN Finance
FNP Financial Planning
HCM Health Care Management
HOS Hospitality Managment
HRM Human Resource Management
HUM Humanities
IDL Industrial Leadership
INT Internship
LAN Languages
LAW Law
LED Leadership
MBA Master of Business Administration
MGT Management
MKT Marketing
MS Master of Science
MTH Math
NPA Non-Profit Administration
NTR Nutrition
OPM Operations Management
PHL Philosophy
PJT Directed Project
PLA Portfolio Assessment
PLS Political Science
PMG Project Management
PSC Physical Science
SCI Science
SDT Strategic Leadership
SEM Sports Promotion and Management
STA Statistics
STR Strategy

Previous Course Catalogs
LED 3000 Leadership Principles

Leadership Principles is designed to introduce new and aspiring leaders to the potential that they possess and that they can engender in others. This includes the ability to cultivate teams that perform at very high levels regardless of what industry you choose. The most versatile leaders are the ones who can mobilize others but that takes a personal commitment to growth, dealing with situational realities and challenges, self-assessments, and being able to effectively integrate feedback.

SPO 6900 Supervised Graduate Assistantship

The graduate assistantship is an opportunity for you to practically apply the advanced concepts in this concentration in an athletic leadership role. As a graduate assistant, students will gain the experience, supervised by industry professionals, and contacts necessary for success in the ever-changing world of sports.

PMG 6800 – Project Risk and Quality Management

This course provides students with an in-depth understanding of the procurement-and risk-management processes in projects. The course also helps students evaluate and synthesize concepts within the domains of contract management and risk management, and helps students identify and assess recommended practices in contract management and purchasing. Topics primarily include risk-management planning, risk identification, risk analysis, risk-response strategies, risk monitoring, and risk control. In addition, the course covers the project manager’s responsibilities in identifying and obtaining resources from vendors, as well as the legal requirements and contracting processes involved. Prerequisite: PMG 6050

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