MGT 312 - Legal Framework of Business
3 credits E
Prerequisites: At least sophomore standing.
Overview of the legal environment of business. Topics covered include contracts, agency and tort law; labor law; securities law. Students will develop a general background in the major aspects of the law as it affects the daily business environment.
MGT 311 - Organizational Behavior
3 credits O, E
Prerequisites: ENL 265; junior standing
An interactive skills-building course to improve managerial and team performance. Students will develop an understanding of themselves in relation to others in an organizational context. Class time will be allocated among short lectures, exercises, discussion, process observation, role playing, and team work research. Cross-listed as LST 311
MGT 301 - Principles of Enterprise Management
An introduction to the basic principles of enterprise management. Students will be introduced to the various functions of management including planning, organizing, directing and controlling.
MGT 365 - Leading and Managing People
Prerequisites: MGT 311 and at least junior standing; for business majors and minors only
A leadership course that focuses on the conceptual foundations and practical skills necessary to effectively manage people. Students will explore various approaches to leadership, and they will practice influence tactics, coaching skills, and other techniques for leading people. Cross-listed as LST 365
MGT 331 - Leading Project Teams
Prerequisites: MGT 311; for business majors only
A service-learning course in which students complete a semester-long team based project. The focus is on developing students’ knowledge and skills needed to effectively contribute to or manage a project team. Students will be introduced to the core processes of high-performing teams and concepts in the areas of team development, team dynamics, and project management.
MGT 401 - Staffing, Selection, and Career Management
An application-focused summary of topics for launching and developing a career as a business professional. Students will review current HRM practices in recruiting/selection, performance evaluation/development, and promotion. Application exercises will develop proficiency in skills that boost effectiveness both as a job seeker and a manager.
MGT 443 - Human Resources Management
Prerequisites: MGT 311; Senior standing; for Business majors only or by permission of the appropriate department chairperson
The study of sets of systematic, planned activities which organizations develop for the purpose of providing people with skills/knowledge appropriate for the current health and future positive growth of the people and organization. Students will learn basic Human Resources Management skills, the roles of HRD professionals, organizational and individual needs assessment tools/skills; training and development program development tools; and HRD program evaluation skills/techniques. Cross-listed as LST 443
MGT 499 - Internship in Management
MGT 420 - International Management
MGT 452 - Employment Law