- Name: Organizational Behavior
- Division: Professional & Applied Technology
- Discipline: Management Science
- Units (Credits): 3.00
I. Catalog Course Description
Prerequisites:BUS 101 and MGT 201 or consent of instructor.
Studies concepts, theories and case studies concerning the behavior of people in modern business organizations. Analyzes the internal organization structure, and managerial roles and functions, in the business and other goal-oriented institutions. Studies theory and design of organizational structure, impact of work flow, leadership styles, and control systems on human behavior.
II: Course Objectives
The subject matter of this course accomplishes the following educational goals:
- Introduces the concepts of organizational behavior.
- Reviews individual behavior, personality and emotion, decision making and basic motivation concepts and applications.
- Studies foundations of group behavior, work teams, conflict, negotiation, and leadership.
- Discusses the role of power and politics in organizations.
- Reviews the foundations of organizational structure.
- Addresses the organizational effect of culture, change, and development.
- Evaluates human resource policies and practices.
III: Course Linkage
This class meets a requirement for the following programs: AAS- Management Emphasis, and Retail Management Certificate of Achievement.
MGT 235-Organizational Behavior- addresses the following Student Learning Outcomes by ensuring that students:
- Know the subject matter to a level that is appropriate for the emphasis of their degree.
- Have developed the necessary managerial and personal skills which essential to the current business environment.
Scheduled MGT-235 classes:
There are currently no MGT-235 classes scheduled for this term.