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OVERVIEW OF COURSES

Fall and  Spring

HONORS MANA 3335: 

INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR


This is a 3-credit hour business course designed to introduce you to the fields of management and organizational behavior by providing a conceptual and empirical understanding of the structure and function of organizations and the human behavior that occurs in them. In this introductory course, we will explore the wide range of topics listed on the last page of this syllabus. The goal of this course is both to simplify and complicate your picture of organizations – to simplify by systematizing and interrelating some basic ideas, and to complicate by pointing out the infinite shades of gray and the multitude of interacting variables that can occur in a behaving human organization. After taking this course, you should have gained foundational knowledge related to effectively managing individuals, teams, and organizations.

Spring

ONLINE MANA 3335: 

INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR


MANA 3335 is a 3-credit hour business course. It is designed to introduce the fields of management and organizational behavior. A list of topics can be found on the last page of this syllabus. After taking this course, you should understand the wide range of issues covered in the fields of management and organizational behavior and that practicing managers must deal with. Your knowledge related to effectively managing individuals, teams and organizations should increase.