Online Course Description

Spring Courses / January-May, 2014

BSAD 116: Business Organization and Management

This course covers the introduction to concepts of management, development of management thought, and management environments. Special emphasis is placed on the functions of managers including planning and decision making, organizing and staffing, leading, motivating, communicating, and controlling. Review of social responsibility management ethics, and workplace diversity is covered.

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: COMP 100, CITA 101, CITA 110, or OFFT 100 and 109, HORT 110, or HORT111, or permission of instructor
Instructor: Sullivan
CRN: 13232
Run Time: Full Term

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