Catalogue 2014 - 2015

HONB 101 Managing People and Processes in Organizations

Credits

3 cr.

Prerequisite

Acceptance into the Honors Program or consent of the Business Honors Coordinator.

Course Description

This course examines the managerial function in organizations and analyzes elements of organizational behavior that impact management practice and leadership. As the honors equivalent of MAN 101, this course is distinguished by the type of work required, pace of study, and opportunities for broader consideration of core course themes. In addition, this course emphasizes critical and independent thinking to produce creative applications of ideas. Key learning outcomes include an ability to analyze and critique: the role that individual differences and perception play in influencing behavior in organizations; theories and concepts of decision-making and problem solving; theories and concepts of motivation; theories and concepts of leadership; and theories and concepts used in effective teamwork and other organizational processes.

Notes

May not take HONB 101 and MAN 101 for credit. 

Offered

in fall only.