Catalogue 2020 - 2021

MAN 204 Management and Organizational Behavior


3 cr.


MAN 101/HONB 101 taken prior to Fall 2009.

Course Description

The course examines individual, interpersonal, and group behavior in organizations. Coverage includes OB concepts as they influence effective management practice and leadership. Course content is designed to facilitate the attainment of key learning outcomes focused on the understanding and recognition of: the role that personality and perception play in influencing behavior in organizations; concepts associated with effective work design; theories and concepts of decision-making and problem solving; theories and concepts of motivation; theories and concepts of leadership; and theories and concepts from the behavioral sciences in developing strategies for effective teamwork and other organizational processes. Course includes career readiness element.


This course is a prerequisite.

Formerly "Organizational Behavior"

Cross Listed Courses

HONB 204




in Fall semester online only, and in Spring semester.