Business

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 442
Title Labor/Management Relations
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT231 or MGT332

Description

This course surveys the growth and development of the labor movement in the United States. Topics include employer/employee relations, legal/government environment, wage/benefit issues with economic factors, and the process of collective bargaining. Course activities include historical research, projects, case studies, and a collective bargaining simulation. Three lecture hours per week. Not open to students who have received credit for MGT432.

FSC

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 442
Title Labor/Management Relations
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT231 or MGT332

Description

This course surveys the growth and development of the labor movement in the United States. Topics include employer/employee relations, legal/government environment, wage/benefit issues with economic factors, and the process of collective bargaining. Course activities include historical research, projects, case studies, and a collective bargaining simulation. Three lecture hours per week. Not open to students who have received credit for MGT432.

HRI

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 442
Title Labor/Management Relations
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT231 or MGT332

Description

This course surveys the growth and development of the labor movement in the United States. Topics include employer/employee relations, legal/government environment, wage/benefit issues with economic factors, and the process of collective bargaining. Course activities include historical research, projects, case studies, and a collective bargaining simulation. Three lecture hours per week. Not open to students who have received credit for MGT432.

Management

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 442
Title Labor/Management Relations
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT231 or MGT332

Description

This course surveys the growth and development of the labor movement in the United States. Topics include employer/employee relations, legal/government environment, wage/benefit issues with economic factors, and the process of collective bargaining. Course activities include historical research, projects, case studies, and a collective bargaining simulation. Three lecture hours per week. Not open to students who have received credit for MGT432.