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Overview of Courses

Graduate and Undergraduate

MBA 6213

Management of Organizational Behavior

The student will be able to:

  • Identify how individual (e.g., personality, culture, motivation, job attitudes, moods), group (e.g., surface and deep diversity, size) and organizational (e.g., structure, culture) characteristics interact to influence behavior in organizations.

  • Identify and solve problems that occur in the communication processes between individuals and within organizations.

  • Define and apply the various leadership and motivational models that may be used to improve individual and organizational performance.

  • Evaluate the ethical aspects of alternative approaches to decision-making and conflict resolution.

  • Explain the concept of an organization’s corporate culture and its effects on the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations.

  • Synthesize information (e.g., individual performance data, team performance data, knowledge of organizational behavior theories/models, skills, experiences) to select appropriate responses for solving contemporary workplace issues.

MGT 4308
Managerial Leadership

The student will be able to:

  • Deliver effective verbal and nonverbal communication.

  • Demonstrate interpersonal leadership concepts including but not limited to power, negotiations, and motivation.

  • Participate in experiential exercises that involve leadership knowledge, skills, and abilities such as teamwork, ethics, and decision-making.

BA 3305
Entrepreneurship

​The student will be able to:

  • Realize his or her potential to manage a small business

  • Investigate business opportunities with knowledge of skills needed to establish a new firm.

  • Understand how to market products or services, how to manage the human and fiscal demands of a business operation, and how to meet the organization’s social responsibility to its community.

  • Understand a business plan.

  • Build an effective and persuasive case for the feasibility of a business concept chosen.

  • Acquire a basic understanding of how to finance a business venture.