BUS 223 Applied Principles of Management • 5 Cr.
This course examines foundational concepts of management theory and practices and how to manage people and activities to achieve organizational and ethical goals in an ever-changing diverse environment. Students will explore various aspects of planning, organizing, controlling and leading in the workplace. Current organizational issues and trends will be integrated into the course.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Explain the role of the manager in today's rapidly changing economic, technological, multicultural and diverse environment.
- Apply management principles to management practices.
- Utilize interpersonal skills to lead and/or participate in a workgroup.
- Demonstrate the ability to value diversity in the workplace and the contributions of a diverse group of individuals to the success of an organization.
- Conduct research and analysis on contemporary topics in management.