BUS577: Information Systems and Analytics
This course explores the strategic management of technology, information, and people from a Chief Information Officer’s (CIO) perspective. The business value and organizational challenges of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, customer relationship management (CRM) systems, data warehouses, analytics, and Big Data are critically examined through cases and hands-on projects.
FST614: New Product Development
This course explores the new product development process from ideation to market. Students will study the methodologies and practices of product development working in the Food and Agriculture Innovation Lab at CRAFT. Each term, student teams will work with clients on key components including taste testing, consumer feedback, marketing, and recipe development.
FST508: Food Systems
This course examines philosophical, sociological, economic, and cultural issues related to the production and consumption of food. From Agrarianism to the Green Revolution, the course explores the transformations of industrialization, technology, and migration. It provides foundation in food systems and commodity chains as concepts and methodological tools for uncovering the relationships between communities, agriculture, markets, and consumers.
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