Nov 29, 2023
MGT 386 - Principles of Organizational Behavior
Applied and conceptual analysis of behavior within organizations. Involves leadership, motivation, communications, group processes, decision-making, climate, and culture.
Prerequisite: 45 credits or higher.
General Education Category: K6 - Individual & Society
General Education Pathways: P4 Social Justice
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of and the ability to apply key concepts in the field of organizational behavior to individuals, groups, and organizations.
- Demonstrate an understanding of major theories of justice, power, ethics, trust, motivation, and leadership as they relate to individuals, groups, and organizations within a business context.
- Examine approaches to Organizational Behavior that involve a range of quantitative, qualitative, and experimental methods.
- Apply management theories through a project involving the analysis of organizational data and the application of theory to explain organizational dynamics such as power differences, diversity and inequity.
- Explore approaches to diversity and inequity within the field of business and examine the role they play in the development of teams and organizations
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Anticipated Course Offering Terms and Locations:
Fall Locations: Ellensburg, Online Spring Locations: Ellensburg, Online Summer Locations: Online
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