BUA377: Organizational Behavior

About This Course

The study of individual and group behavior in organizations. Identification and application of behavioral science research theories and methods. Motivation, interpersonal and intergroup relations, communications, group dynamics, norms, leadership, power, conflict, values, task characteristics, formal managerial controls, and the process of organizational decision making. 

Course At A Glance

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Business Administration

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Course Prerequisites

3 credit hours

BUA348: Principles of Management

This course surveys fundamental management principles and explores their applications in specific businesssituations. The principles include all four dimensions of management: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Prerequisites: BUA211, ECO221, and ECO223.

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