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MGT 427



Course Code


Course Title

Corporate Governance

Course Credit

 3 hours

Prerequisite Course

101 MGT

Course Level


Course Description


This course teaches the fundamentals of Corporate Governance from a variety of angles; the board of directors, senior management, investors, the media, proxy advisors, regulator and other stakeholders. The course focuses on assessing the effectiveness and execution of governance roles and responsibilities.

Upon completion of this course students shall be able to :

Understand the key issues and players involved in corporate governance.

Focus on assessing the effectiveness of governance roles and responsibilities.

Understand the strengths and blind spots by recognizing the implications of behaviors and  actions, and developing skills for addressing difficult governance situations.

Students will also be exposed to the latest global issues with regard to corporate governance.

Course Material



Corporate Governance, 3/E,Kenneth Kim John R. Nofsinger, Washington State University

Derek J Mohr -

Reading Recommendation


1. and Corporate Governance.pptx

2. Bain, Neville & Barker, Roger, The Effective Board. London: Kogan, 2010.

3. Bainbridge, S.M. Corporate Governance After the Financial Crisis. New York: Oxford

University Press, 2011.

4. Baker, H.K. & Anderson, R., eds. Corporate Governance: A Synthesis of Theory, Research,

and Practice. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons, 2010.

5. Braiotta Jr., A., et al. The Audit Committee Handbook, 5th ed. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons,


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