Minor in Management
Managers in today's competitive business world need to possess knowledge and skills that will help them become effective decision makers and leaders. Designed to enhance your interpersonal, managerial, leadership and communication skills, the minor in management will help provide you with the extra edge needed to excel in your career.
The minor in management requires completion of 15 credit hours.
|MGT 2050||Principles of Management||3 credits|
Select four of the following:
|LED 3000||Introduction to Leadership||3 credits|
|MGT 2510||Supervisory Skills||3 credits|
|MGT 3020||Business Communications||3 credits|
|MGT 3055||Managing Groups and Teams||3 credits|
|MGT 4100||Business Ethics||3 credits|
|MGT 4170||Organizational Behavior||3 credits|
|HRM 4300||Managing Workplace Diversity||3 credits|
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MGT 2050 Principles of Management (3 cr.)
Provides an overview of management history and theory, schools of management thought, the functions and processes of management, and the environment within which the modern manager operates.
LED 3000 Introduction to Leadership (3 cr.)
This course presents leadership as an on-going and developing set of theories and models. Recognizing these theories and models provides a basis for understanding how leadership influences the success of individuals, groups, and organizations. The development of several of these theories and models will be considered to create a current perspective on leadership.
MGT 2510 Supervisory Skills (3 cr.)
Studies the changing responsibilities of first-level supervisors. Topics include high-quality management, multicultural diversity, dealing with unions, equal opportunity legislation, discipline procedures, and organizational ethics and politics.
MGT 3020 Business Communications (3 cr.)
Examines the strategies of effective written and oral business communications. Topics include persuasive messages, delivery of good news and bad news, sales letters, collection messages, design of business reports and oral presentations, use of visual aids, and resume preparation. Prerequisite: COMP 1500.
MGT 3055 Managing Groups and Teams (3 cr.)
Groups and teams are an integral part of today’s global marketplace. This course focuses on exposing students to essential theories and concepts for analyzing, understanding, and managing groups and teams. Through course readings, case studies, and other methodologies designed to help students successfully work in and lead groups and teams, they will develop a firsthand understanding of group and team dynamics that can be applied to their personal and professional lives.
MGT 4100 Business Ethics (3 cr.)
Examines the nature of morality and theories of normative ethics. Identifies a variety of ethical issues and moral challenges involving consumers, the environment, the professions, and the role of the corporation in our society. Prerequisite: Senior standing.
MGT 4170 Organizational Behavior (3 cr.)
The class material will include both theory and practical application of Organizational Behavior in organizations. OB is the study of how individuals and groups impact the behavior within an organization. It is a field of systematic study that focuses on improving productivity, quality, and assisting practitioners to develop methods to empower people as well as to design and implement to change programs. We live in a world characterized by rapid change, globalization, and diversity. OB offers insights in these areas while providing guidance for managers in creating an ethically healthy work climate. Prerequisite: MGT 2050.
HRM 4300 Managing Workplace Diversity (3 cr.)
Prepares students to manage in the diverse work place. Emphasis is on practical, experiential classroom activities designed to help students understand the range of cultural behaviors and expectations found in the work place.