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MBA 730


MBA 730 Leadership and Management (3)

Examines the philosophy and practice of managing organizations and their people in the context of a rapidly changing environment. Course focus will be upon management and leadership philosophies to managing oneself, others, and groups or organizations. Critical thinking skills will be engaged to determine when to employ different strategies based on common situation and personality types. Emphasis is on application of ideas through case studies, research papers, and in-class or online exercises. International management strategies are reviewed.



Setzler (1)

Dr. Hubert H. Setzler III

Assistant Professor of Management


Ph.D., University of North Carolina Charlotte
M.B.A., University of North Carolina Charlotte
B.A., Newberry College

Areas of Expertise

Quantitative Analysis of Business
Management Science
Operations Management
Business Data Communication Systems and Networks
Database Design and Management
Geographic Information Systems
Business Statistics
Supply Chain Strategies and Integration


Dr. Hubert Setzler III joined the Francis Marion faculty in 2007. He teaches Management Science & Operation Management. His research interests include Predictive uses of Artificial Neural Networks, Complex Adaptive Systems, Location Analysis, Geographic Data Analysis, and Supply Chain Integration.

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