Business

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 231
Title Management Theory and Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

Introduces the principles of management from the viewpoint of the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions. Includes consideration of the social, technological, international, and environmental factors affecting management. Examines the management practices of actual organizations as they deal with competition and productivity issues. Makes use of case analysis, student projects, and experiential exercises. Three lecture hours per week.

FSC

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 231
Title Management Theory and Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

Introduces the principles of management from the viewpoint of the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions. Includes consideration of the social, technological, international, and environmental factors affecting management. Examines the management practices of actual organizations as they deal with competition and productivity issues. Makes use of case analysis, student projects, and experiential exercises. Three lecture hours per week.

HRI

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 231
Title Management Theory and Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

Introduces the principles of management from the viewpoint of the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions. Includes consideration of the social, technological, international, and environmental factors affecting management. Examines the management practices of actual organizations as they deal with competition and productivity issues. Makes use of case analysis, student projects, and experiential exercises. Three lecture hours per week.

Management

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 231
Title Management Theory and Practice
Credits 3.0

Description

Introduces the principles of management from the viewpoint of the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions. Includes consideration of the social, technological, international, and environmental factors affecting management. Examines the management practices of actual organizations as they deal with competition and productivity issues. Makes use of case analysis, student projects, and experiential exercises. Three lecture hours per week.