BUS 315 - Organizational Behavior (3)

Prerequisite: Junior standing or above, or with permission. (Cross-referenced with CMS 315 .)
A study of the latest research and theory in organizational behavior and its practical application to the management of organizations. Topics include employee performance and satisfaction, leadership, and organizational development. Students successfully completing this course will be able to 1) define the various theories included in the area of organizational behavior, 2) identify and comprehend complex organizational behavior issues and problems, 3) collect and use evidence to effectively analyze and resolve organizational, behavioral, and managerial issues, and 4) apply the theoretical concepts of organizational behavior to simulated business situations.

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