Dec 07, 2023  
2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
2023-2024 Academic Catalog
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BMGT 235 - Management

Credit(s): 3

This course is a comprehensive introduction to management theory, research and practice.  It integrates classical and modern concepts of management for a solid grounding in management principles which is essential to successfully guiding today’s small or large, profit or not-for-profit organizations in a rapidly changing environment. (Fall and Spring Semesters)

Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to
  • Identify the major functions of management - planning, organizing, leading and controlling.
  • Assess organizational structure and design to evaluate the organizing function of management.
  • Analyze the legal requirements and ethical implications of management/ business decisions and how such decisions affect the business, community, and society.
  • Describe and explain the different kinds of managers and the major roles that managers perform in their positions.
  • Examine workplace issues and formulate appropriate responses for viable solutions.
  • Apply management concepts and terminology by utilizing research, written/oral communication skills, and effective listening to analyze strategic management decisions/best practices.
  • Demonstrate the processes of efficiency and effectiveness in the use of organizational resources.
  • Demonstrate strategic decision making framework and levels of planning.
  • Apply managerial theories to workplace scenarios.
  • Work in teams to accomplish specific guided tasks.
  • Explain the motivational theories and the relevancy to management.

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