Sep 22, 2021
MGT 380 - Organizational Management
Principles of management class for non-business majors. Introduces students to the history and development of management ideas and contemporary practice. Overview of all the major elements of the managerial functions. Course will be offered every year (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer).
Prerequisites: this course is only available to non-business majors.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
- Compare and contrast the historical vs. contemporary principles of management that underlie the cultures and traditions of groups and organizations.
- Describe theories of individual dispositions, social exchange, and team processes, and how these theories were developed.
- Explain and apply various empirical methods to investigate how individual dispositions, social exchange, and/or team processes influence individual behaviors and their outcomes.
- Analyze the causes and effects of individual behaviors using theories of individual dispositions, social exchange, and/or team processes.
- Identify current issues related to social diversity, ethics, the global economy, and how these issues impact managerial practices.
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