BUS 2530

Principles of Management

3 Credits

Prerequisite: BUS 1100 or consent of instructor.

Students will acquire knowledge and extend their analytical and problem solving skills relative to current business management theory and practice. Students will individually and in groups demonstrate orally and in writing their understanding of planning, organizing, empowering, changing, and controlling organizations. They will be exposed to current problems in business ethics and business practice in a global economy. Strategies for individual and collective mastery of concepts will include, in addition to regular lectures and examinations, several of the following: oral and written presentations of case studies, written management exercises, research projects, computer exercises and simulations, and essays or reports.