BUS 100 PROCESS OF MANAGEMENTCampus:
An introduction to the business decision-making process through the study of the theory and practice of management. The manager’s tasks: planning, organizing, directing and controlling are reviewed through reading and case studies. The student is introduced to the concept of strategic planning and in line with today’s emphasis on productivity, particular attention is paid to human resources and motivation.
BUS 130 (PSY 281) (HA 130) ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORCampus:
An introduction to the study of management theory concerning human behavior in formal organizations. The student is given the opportunity to test theories through analysis and discussion.
BUS 230 (HA 230) HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENTCampus:
A review of the theory of the effective management of human resources. The students examine employer-employee relations in such areas as equal employment opportunity practices, training and evaluation methods, compensation and reward or motivational programs, legal and regulatory requirements and the role of collective bargaining. The course utilizes the case method supplemented with an assigned text.
BUS 235 (HA 235) HUMAN RESOURCES LAW Campus:
A study of the legal concepts affecting the employer-employee relationship within organizations. Federal and state statutes and regulations and judicial decisions will be explored as they relate to the following: recruiting, hiring and placement; compensation; training, promotion and transfer; discipline and termination; affirmative action; retirement and benefits; performance appraisal; discrimination; safety and health; and unions and collective bargaining.
BUS 370 (HA 370) ADVANCED HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Campus:
This course is designed to analyze and explore current issues of significance related to the utilization and development of personnel. Students will be directed to undertake case studies on selected topics from the following areas: planning and staffing, performance appraisal and evaluation, training and development, labor relations and personnel law and quality of work-life. Where appropriate, cases and investigations will be regionally based.