Business

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 349
Title Management of Diversity in Organizations
Credits 3.0
Distribution V
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

Using a theoretical and practical framework, this course prepares students to enter an increasingly broad workplace in which diversity not only must be accepted but also understood, encouraged, and managed. Using assigned course readings, real-world cases, online research, and challenging exercises, students will learn how to promote and manage diversity.

FSC

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 349
Title Management of Diversity in Organizations
Credits 3.0
Distribution V
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

Using a theoretical and practical framework, this course prepares students to enter an increasingly broad workplace in which diversity not only must be accepted but also understood, encouraged, and managed. Using assigned course readings, real-world cases, online research, and challenging exercises, students will learn how to promote and manage diversity.

HRI

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 349
Title Management of Diversity in Organizations
Credits 3.0
Distribution V
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

Using a theoretical and practical framework, this course prepares students to enter an increasingly broad workplace in which diversity not only must be accepted but also understood, encouraged, and managed. Using assigned course readings, real-world cases, online research, and challenging exercises, students will learn how to promote and manage diversity.

Management

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 349
Title Management of Diversity in Organizations
Credits 3.0
Distribution V
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

Using a theoretical and practical framework, this course prepares students to enter an increasingly broad workplace in which diversity not only must be accepted but also understood, encouraged, and managed. Using assigned course readings, real-world cases, online research, and challenging exercises, students will learn how to promote and manage diversity.