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					Organizational Management
Group & Organizational Dynamics (3)                 a problem in their work or vocational               the time value of money, and ratio analysis.
This is a study of group behavior and how group     environment which they have selected for an         Emphasis is on the practical understanding
functioning affects organizational effectiveness.   independent study project. Specific statistical     financial concepts and reports in the daily course
Emphasis is placed on decision making and           information covered in the course includes          of work.
resolving conflict in groups. Students develop      identifying and measuring objectives, collecting
strategies for efficient and productive group       data, working with significance levels, analyzing   Issues in Management (3)
management and determine which tasks are            variance and constructing questionnaires.           This course examines the field of management
handled by groups or individuals.                                                                       from the perspective of the manager or
                                                    Organizational Research Project I (2)               supervisor wishing to be more effective.
Organizational Communication (3)                    The student completes an independent research       Principles, as they relate to planning, organizing,
This course investigates the role of                project related to his/her employment               staffing, leading, controlling and evaluating are
communication in creating a productive              environment. Concepts and methods presented         presented, along with case studies and essays for
organizational environment. It aids students in     in the “Methods of Research and Analysis”           insights into the issues, problems, and
developing or strengthening their                   module help the student identify a topic, collect   opportunities affecting management.
communication skills by focusing on                 data, and measure results. A faculty advisor
interpersonal, group and presentation skills.       provides academic support and an on-site            Integration of Faith & Business (3)
                                                    contact helps connect the project to the            This course studies the nature and workings of
Business Writing For Professionals (3)              workplace. An oral report of project findings is    business from the perspective of the Christian
This course provides intensive practice in          given by each student. Part I comprises chapters    faith. The course will help the student
writing for a wide variety of business              one and two of the Project.                         understand the application of Biblical,
applications. A review of all English grammar                                                           theological and historical studies to their own
and writing skills is provided. Students will be    Economic Reasoning for Managers (3)                 spiritual development, to identify and explain
introduced to library research for essay            This course examines the principles of economic     the relevance of major theological issues in the
composition.                                        reasoning to enable managers to become better       business context, and the influence of the
                                                    decision makers. Essential coverage of              business social context on these and other major
Principles of Leadership (3)                        supply/demand/price, market structures,             Church issues. The course will assist in the
This is a study of the concepts of leadership in    marginal analysis, consumer behavior, trade and     development of a defensible personal theological
the context of the Scriptures, with particular      their relevance to organizations competing in a     perspective on major doctrinal issues, with
attention to New Testament concepts and             global economy.                                     particular regard to the business community.
models of leadership. The concepts are
applicable for both personal and career goals.      Accounting & Finance for Managers (3)               Legal Aspects of the Business Process (3)
                                                    This is an overview of the financial tools          An examination of the law and its historical
Methods of Research & Analysis (3)                  available to the manager in decision making. It     development, courts and procedures, and basic
Problem analysis and evaluation techniques are      includes a study of income statements, balance      legal principles as they relate primarily to
presented. Students are shown methods for           sheets, cash flow projections, budgets, changes     business ethics, business crimes, product and
defining, researching, analyzing, and evaluating    in financial position, sources and use of funds,    service liability, warranties, business
organization and operation, insurance, property,     provides academic support and an on-site
contracts, commercial paper, and sales of real       contact helps connect the project to the
and personal property.                               workplace. An oral report of project findings is
                                                     given by each student. Part I comprises chapters
Marketing in a Global Economy (3)                    one and two of the Project. Part II comprises
This is an introduction to basic marketing theory    chapters three to five of the project.
and terminology. Students will analyze real-
world cases exploring domestic and international
marketing opportunities and problems, develop
skills and confidence to identify and evaluate
critical marketing data, and develop successful
programs to solve problems and capitalize on
opportunities.

Organizational Strategies for Managers (3)
Emphasis in this course is on examining the
internal and external situations of the
organization so as to develop and sustain a
competitive and strategic advantage in a global
economy. Operational structure, procedures, and
accepted practices from a managerial
perspective will be examined for effectiveness
and efficacy, with case study analysis.

Human Resources Management (3)
Students explore the values and perceptions of
selected groups affecting social and economic
life through an analysis of policies and practices
of recruitment, selection, training, development
and compensation of employees. Special
attention is given to Equal Opportunity and
Office of Safety and Health Administration
legislation through a series of case studies and
simulations.

Organizational Research Project II (3)
The student completes an independent research
project related to his/her employment
environment. Concepts and methods presented
in the “Methods of Research and Analysis”
module help the student identify a topic, collect
data, and measure results. A faculty advisor

				
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