Organizational Leadership Courses
|MGMT 1803||Introduction to Business|
|MGMT 3303||Principles of Management|
|MGMT 4203||Organizational Leadership|
|MGMT 4703||Organizational Behavior and Development|
|MGMT 2703||Formation of a Leader|
|MGMT 3503||Business Ethnics|
|MGMT 4503||Human Resource Management|
|MGMT 3003||Business Communications|
|MKTG 3303||Principles of Marketing|
|MGMT 3103||Business Law I|
|MGMT 4803||Strategic Management|
|MGMT 3032||Current Topics in Technology Applications in Business|
Choose one of the following tracks
- Business Track
- Christian Education Track
- Communications Track
- Ministry Track
- Intercultural Studies Track
- Political Justice Track
- Psychology Track
- Youth Ministry Track
ECON 1503 Personal Finance
A general education core course intending to prepare the student for lifelong financial planning. Emphasis is placed on setting in motion an awareness of the critical issues that must be addressed in developing a sound personal financial planning program. Spring.
MGMT 1803 Introduction to Business
A survey course that provides an economic background to evaluate the nature and scope of today's business environment. Emphasis is placed on social responsibility, ethical decisions, human, relations, and other issues dealing with economic situations. Fall.
MGMT 3303 Principles of Management
A study of human relations and adjustments in the business organization. This course deals with problems such as proper placement of individuals on the job, methods of motivation, supervision, discipline, and promotion.
Recommended: MGMT 3003. Fall and Spring.
MGMT 4203 Organizational Leadership
A study of dynamics of leadership in organizational contexts with attention to both theory and practice. The complementary qualities of leadership and management are examined and their impact on organizational effectiveness and corporate success is analyzed. Spring.
MGMT 4703 Organizational Behavior and Development
This course focuses on the knowledge and application of behavioral science theories and concepts useful in organizations with special emphasis on group functions. Specifically, the mechanisms that organizations with special emphasis on group functions. Specifically, the mechanisms that organizations and managers use to respond to and initiate change in internal and external environments will be studied. Students will examine specific business processes from the perspective of problem solving, intervention theory and research, decision making, organizational culture and effectiveness, power and political strategies and team development. This class is normally completed in the junior or senior year. Prerequisite: MGMT 3303. Spring.
MGMT 2703 Formation of a Leader
An introduction and survey of leadership and the practical skills and strategic formation needed to begin the journey of practicing balanced and effective leadership. The course teaches the fundamental principles and tools necessary for the initial development of leaders. Spring.
MGMT 3503 Business Ethics
This course develops conceptual models for improving the clarity and consistency of ethical judgment in business settings. A portion of the course will consider decision making skills and intergrate them with ethical frameworks utilizing case analysis. Fall.
MGMT 4503 Human Resource Management
This course studies principles and practices in job analysis recruitment, selection, staffing, and compensation of personnel. The impact of unions and government regulations on human resource management will be studied.
Prerequisite: MGMT 3303 and MGMT 3003. Fall.
MGMT 3003 Business Communications
A study of written and oral communication skills required in the business world. Emphasis is placed on writing skills including letters, memos and reports. Also included are opportunities for oral presentations and resume writing. This course uses Word and PowerPoint in various business applications. Prerequisite: ENGL 1203 and typing skills. Fall and Spring.
MKTG 3303 Principles of Marketing
A middle-management (supervisory) approach to the study of marketing as it relates to the concepts of product, place, promotion and price. Recommended: MGMT 3003. Fall and Spring.
MGMT 3103 Business Law I
The study of the legal environment of business with an overview of the general nature of law, the legal system, and the collection of laws that influence the behavior and conduct of commercial activity. Emphasis will be placed on Contract Law. Fall.
MGMT 4803 Strategic Management
This course focuses on the strategic decisions and planning processes that shape the future direction of an organization. Students will utilize techniques for defining the basic purpose and objectives of an enterprise, for analyzing competitors and industries, and for matching organizational strengths with environmental opportunities.
Prerequisite: senior status. Fall.
MGMT 3032 Current Topics in Technology Applications in Business
This course will examine current trends and developments regarding the use of technology in business. The course will consider new developments in technology from multiple perspectives. Specific attention will be given to a number of potential issues including potential applications of the technology to solve business problems, limitations of the technology, cost factors and potential ethics concerns with new developments in technology. When possible, the couse will utilize a problem based learning format to engage the students in utilizing technology. Prerequisite: MGMT 2603.