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Modern Management: Concepts and Skills is the longest-standing trusted source material on business management. The text comprehensively addresses major concepts such as planning, organizing, influencing and controlling management, as well as the challenges that face all managers. A hands-on approach not only conveys important topics, but also helps readers possess the skills they need to be successful in management.




Modern Management: Concepts and Skills (14th Ed...


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Modern Management: Concepts and Skills is the longest-standing trusted source material on business management. The text comprehensively addresses major concepts such as planning, organizing, influencing and controlling management, as well as the challenges that face all managers. A hands-on approach not only conveys important topics, but also helps students possess the skills they need to be successful in management.


The main objective of the program is to provide students with broad knowledge of the major technical areas of aerospace engineering to fulfill the current and future needs of the aerospace industry. Major technical areas include aerodynamics and computational fluid dynamics (CFD), systems and control, and structures and dynamics. Courses cover fundamental concepts of science and engineering of aerodynamics, compressible flow, computational aerodynamics, digital control of physical systems, linear dynamic systems, linear optimal control, design of aerospace structures, and dynamics of structures. Through a graduate course, students also gain skills in the development and application of CFD codes for solving practical aerospace problems.


The mechanics of structures program provides students with the knowledge required for the analysis and synthesis of modern engineered structures. The fundamental concepts of linear and nonlinear elasticity, plasticity, fracture mechanics, finite element analysis, and mechanics of composites and structural vibrations are developed in a series of undergraduate and graduate courses. These concepts are then applied in solving industry-relevant problems in a number of graduate-level courses. Students develop hands-on experience in using finite element packages for solving realistic structural analysis problems.


This course is a post advanced Chinese language course and is designed for those students who have completed Advanced Chinese II at NYU-SH or NYU (or the equivalent) and intend to further enhance their language skills and knowledge about different aspects of China. It is designed to help students to know the hot issues taking place in modern China and improve their ability to understand the cultural opponents and thinking modes behind the issues and their ability in expressing their opinions and carrying out discussions and debates on these issues in Chinese language. This course integrates the language learning with the study of social issues of modern China, and covers the authentic materials with topics ranging from China human geography, Chinese political system, Chinese economy, Chinese education, to Chinese science and technology.


This course will be an introduction to studio art for students who want to learn traditional Chinese art forms with contemporary expression, to traverse both cultural and temporal barriers of visual arts. These include calligraphy and ink painting as seen from a modern perspective. Students will examine the content of artwork, including ideas in contemporary and traditional art, both Chinese and international, and build various skills to translate ideas into reality. The course includes a study of ancient Chinese paintings, drawings of still-lifes, as well as visits to local artists, galleries, and museums. Class time will be devoted to individual projects and critiques, lectures, and group discussions. This course is open to all students with or without an art background. Note that attendance in the first class meeting is mandatory, otherwise you will be dropped from the course.


Examines the organizations and environments in which information professionals work. This course explores different specializations and career paths, professional communities, networks and resources, ethical and legal frameworks. This course also introduces management and leadership theories and concepts and applies them to different information environments. A special focus is placed on management responsibilities in order to emphasize the importance of these skills in the professional workplace. 041b061a72


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