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Course Descriptions for Organizational Management and Leadership

 

BOM 4304 Managerial Economics. Principles of economics as they need to be understood and used by managers in making managerial decisions that relate to resource allocation.

 

BOM 4305 Personal Values and Organizational Ethics. Corporate social responsibility, stakeholder management and ethical models are applied to case studies. Using critical thinking, students will identify or develop a personal philosophy of ethics.

 

BOM 4306 Managerial Accounting. Integrating external financial accounting and internal cost account environments.

 

BOM 4312 Managerial Finance. Corporate finance emphasizing its use in organizational financial planning.

 

BOM 4324 Organizational Theory. An overview of the development of modern organization theory.

 

BOM 4325 Leadership in Organizations. Focuses on managerial leadership in organizations.

 

BOM 4326 Innovation and Change Management. The leader's role in innovation and change management.

 

BOM 4352 Special Topics in Leadership. An examination of relevant topics in leadership.

 

BUA 2310 Business Statistics. The collection, presentation, analysis, and interpretation of statistics applicable to business. PRE: MAT 1311 or 1315

 

BUA 3302 Case Study Analysis. Case study approach to identifying and solving problems in organizations.

 

BUA 3305 Principles of Marketing. Current trends in marketing conditions, marketing agencies, factors affecting buying.

 

BUA 4320 Leadership. Examines values-based leadership principles.

 

BUA 4380 Business Policy. An integrative course focusing on an organization's pursuit of superior economic performance over a long-term by deciding what business to be in and how to compete. This is a capstone course restricted to graduating seniors only. PRE: Completion of OM coursework.

 

COM 3310 Systems in Organizational Communication. Focuses on a systems approach to communication principles as applied to managerial situations.

 

MGT 3300 Principles of Management. Basic functions of management: planning, organizing, leading, controlling. Managerial roles, skills, and ethical responsibilities.

 

MGT 3301 Organizational Behavior and Theory. Examines the management of the complex relationships within an organization. Concepts of organizational theory are discussed.

 

MGT 4306 Human Resource Management. Principles and legal aspects of hiring, training, wages, fringe benefits, promotion, and collective bargaining. PRE: junior or senior standing.

 

 

Course Descriptions for Organizational Management and Leadership

 

BOM 4304 Managerial Economics. Principles of economics as they need to be understood and used by managers in making managerial decisions that relate to resource allocation.

 

BOM 4305 Personal Values and Organizational Ethics. Corporate social responsibility, stakeholder management and ethical models are applied to case studies. Using critical thinking, students will identify or develop a personal philosophy of ethics.

 

BOM 4306 Managerial Accounting. Integrating external financial accounting and internal cost account environments.

 

BOM 4312 Managerial Finance. Corporate finance emphasizing its use in organizational financial planning.

 

BOM 4324 Organizational Theory. An overview of the development of modern organization theory.

 

BOM 4325 Leadership in Organizations. Focuses on managerial leadership in organizations.

 

BOM 4326 Innovation and Change Management. The leader's role in innovation and change management.

 

BOM 4352 Special Topics in Leadership. An examination of relevant topics in leadership.

 

BUA 2310 Business Statistics. The collection, presentation, analysis, and interpretation of statistics applicable to business. PRE: MAT 1311 or 1315

 

BUA 3302 Case Study Analysis. Case study approach to identifying and solving problems in organizations.

 

BUA 3305 Principles of Marketing. Current trends in marketing conditions, marketing agencies, factors affecting buying.

 

BUA 4320 Leadership. Examines values-based leadership principles.

 

BUA 4380 Business Policy. An integrative course focusing on an organization's pursuit of superior economic performance over a long-term by deciding what business to be in and how to compete. This is a capstone course restricted to graduating seniors only. PRE: Completion of OM coursework.

 

COM 3310 Systems in Organizational Communication. Focuses on a systems approach to communication principles as applied to managerial situations.

 

MGT 3300 Principles of Management. Basic functions of management: planning, organizing, leading, controlling. Managerial roles, skills, and ethical responsibilities.

 

MGT 3301 Organizational Behavior and Theory. Examines the management of the complex relationships within an organization. Concepts of organizational theory are discussed.

 

MGT 4306 Human Resource Management. Principles and legal aspects of hiring, training, wages, fringe benefits, promotion, and collective bargaining. PRE: junior or senior standing.

 

Last Updated: May 02, 2012