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BUS 361: Management of Organizations

Term: Spring Fall

Credits: 4

Degree Requirements:

Focuses on evidence-based management to separate useful from useless management practices. Initially, the course Introduces scientific
principles as an analytic framework for evaluating management theories about people at work, especially theories about work
motivation, leadership and job design. Later, the course focus shifts to the topic of organizational design and the management of firms in
an ever-changing business and competitive environment. This subject identifies structures and processes for managing within the everchanging
environments organizations face. Students acquire experiences in applying scientific analyses to real-world situations by
analyzing cases and through research projects.


Prerequisites: Introduction to Economics; Cost Accounting; and Statistical Analysis for Economics and Business or Introduction to Applied Statistics or Statistical Methods

Prerequisites: Statistical Analysis for Economics and Business Introduction to Applied Statistics Statistical Methods Cost Accounting,