The study of how top management directs business firms with an emphasis on analysis and long range planning. This course draws on what students have learned in prior courses in accounting, economics management, marketing, finance, business law, and ethics. Prerequisites: BUS201, BUS202, BUS221, BUS222, BUS300, BUS302, BUS306, BUS310, BUS320, BUS330, BUS340, and BUS350. Offered fall day, spring day and spring night S2. Must be taken in last semester of coursework.