Organizational Management and Behavior


Principles of organizational and behavioral management for students who are not enrolled in a business-related major. Non-technical management issues are addressed, specifically those relating to individual behavior in the workplace, behavior of the organization itself within its environments, and broader organizational issues such as design, culture, and management of change. Emphasis on developing personal and managerial skills by increasing knowledge and understanding of self and others to facilitate productive interaction within a work environment. Additional topics include motivational theories, leadership models, and issues related to workforce diversity. Learning focuses on group interaction via experiential exercises, group activities, and application of self-assessment tools. This course may not be taken by students majoring in any business or accounting degree major. 3 Credits (3 Lecture - 0 Lab) Prerequisite(s): CSC300 and MGT115 or LAS350 and MGT115. (Cultural Diversity)