MPD 510. Food/Bev Prod Dev & Launch I. (3 Credits)

introduces students to the development process of a new food product in the marketplace. The focus of the course centers on an integrated, phased approach to product development in the food and beverage industry with focus on the retail grocery channel. Disciplines such as consumer insights, legal and regulatory, idea generation, concept definition and related business practices are explored in development of a new food product from concept to marketplace with the goal of delivering value to consumers and customers. 3 credits

Prerequisite: None

MPD 515. Food/Bev Prod Dev & Launch II. (3 Credits)

a continuation of Food and Beverage Product Development and Launch I. Introduces students to the development process of a new food product in the marketplace. The focus of the course centers on an integrated, phased approach to product development in the food and beverage industry with focus on the retail grocery channel. Disciplines such as consumer insights, concept testing, concept refinement and definition, commercialization, marketing and business practices are explored in development of a new food product from concept to marketplace with the goal of delivering value to consumers and customers. 3 credits

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

MPD 516. Strategic Package Design. (3 Credits)

in -depth study of the planning and execution of consumer product packaging strategy. Exploration of how structural and graphic communication align with business goals and brand strategies. Emphasis on development of strategic framework. This is not a graphic design course. 3 credits

Prerequisite: None

MPD 517. Sales and Category Management. (3 Credits)

study of retail category management principles and process. Understanding of merchandising strategies applied by retailers to optimize consumer shopping and drive sales within various categories. Explore different distribution channels (grocery, club, mass merchandisers, convenience, etc.) and their differences. Understand and apply sales management strategies when introducing new products to market. 3 credits

Prerequisite: None

MPD 518. Consumer Insights. (3 Credits)

study of the many consumer research options available through product and advertising development. Pre and Post testing and validation research methodologies will be explored in detail. Insights uncovered in each phase will be discussed and benefits of research methodology understood. 3 credits

Prerequisite: None

MPD 530. Global Production Operations. (3 Credits)

MPD 533. New Venture Form & Bus Develop. (3 Credits)

MPD 534. Principles of Drug Design and Development. (3 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

MPD 543. Industry Leader Seminar Series. (1,2 Credits)

Offered at: OS

MPD 545. Sustainability & Social Entrpr. (2 Credits)

MPD 560. Int Prop & Reg Con in Prod Dev. (3 Credits)

MPD 593. Analyt Char of Drugs Oth Chems. (3 Credits)

MPD 595. Pharm Manufact & Process Chem. (3 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

MPD 596. Advanced Pharmaceutical and Process Chemistry. (3 Credits)

develops an appreciation for the application of federal laws, regulations and legal precedence affecting the employment relationship. Students examine major labor and employment topics such as the National Labor Relations Act and the major federal discrimination laws impacting union and non-union environments. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: AL 359 Human Resource Management.

MPD 597. Product Development Project. (2 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

MPD 598. Biopharmaceutics & Drug Repurposing with GXP. (3 Credits)

Offered at: OS

MPD 599. Formulation & Delivery Forms. (3 Credits)

MPD 810. Food/Bev Prod Dev & Launch I. (3 Credits)

introduces students to the development process of a new food product in the marketplace. The focus of the course centers on an integrated, phased approach to product development in the food and beverage industry with focus on the retail grocery channel. Disciplines such as consumer insights, legal and regulatory, idea generation, concept definition and related business practices are explored in development of a new food product from concept to marketplace with the goal of delivering value to consumers and customers. 3 credits

Prerequisite: None

MPD 815. Food/Bev Prod Dev & Launch II. (3 Credits)

a continuation of Food and Beverage Product Development and Launch I. Introduces students to the development process of a new food product in the marketplace. The focus of the course centers on an integrated, phased approach to product development in the food and beverage industry with focus on the retail grocery channel. Disciplines such as consumer insights, concept testing, concept refinement and definition, commercialization, marketing and business practices are explored in development of a new food product from concept to marketplace with the goal of delivering value to consumers and customers. 3 credits

Prerequisite: None

MPD 816. Strategic Package Design. (3 Credits)

in-depth study of the planning and execution of consumer product packaging strategy. Exploration of how structural and graphic communication align with business goals and brand strategies. Emphasis on development of strategic framework. This is not a graphic design course. 3 credits

Prerequisite: None

MPD 817. Sales and Category Management. (3 Credits)

study of retail category management principles and process. Understanding of merchandising strategies applied by retailers to optimize consumer shopping and drive sales within various categories. Explore different distribution channels (grocery, club, mass merchandisers, convenience, etc.) and their differences. Understand and apply sales management strategies when introducing new products to market. 3 credits

Prerequisite: None

MPD 818. Consumer Insights. (3 Credits)

study of the many consumer research options available through product and advertising development. Pre and Post testing and validation research methodologies will be explored in detail. Insights uncovered in each phase will be discussed and benefits of research methodology understood. 3 credits

Prerequisite: None

MPD 830. Global Production Operations. (3 Credits)