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BSAD 8830  STRATEGY: DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE (2 credits)

This course centers on the theme that a company achieves sustained success if and only if its managers (1) develop, and revise as needed, an action-oriented strategic plan and (2) implement and execute the plan with some proficiency. The primary objective of this course is to sharpen the ability of students to think strategically, to diagnose situations from a strategic perspective and to develop creative solutions to enable firms to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Students must successfully complete BSAD 8150 and BSAD 8210 before enrolling in this course. This course must be taken within the first 20 hours of the MBA program. Not open to non-degree graduate students.

Business Administration, MBA

http://catalog.unomaha.edu/graduate/degree-programs-certificates-minors/business-administration/master-of-business-administration-mba/

The mission of the MBA program at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) is to prepare students to contribute significantly to organizational productivity through learning experiences, emphasizing the application of sound and innovative business techniques. By acquiring the knowledge and abilities necessary to be a problem solver who is influential, innovative, and socially responsible, the graduate of the UNO MBA program will be an effective leader in enhancing organizational capabilities. The graduate will be well prepared for a responsible management position and will have an understanding of the technological and global business environment.

Business Administration, MBA and UNMC PharmD (MBA/PharmD)

http://catalog.unomaha.edu/graduate/degree-programs-certificates-minors/business-administration/mba-pharmd/

The MBA/PharmD dual degree program is designed for pharmacy students who desire to possess both clinical skills and an understanding of business management, leadership, and strategic decision making. Graduates will be prepared to anticipate change and to make decisions that balance patient outcomes and the overall cost of care.