2021-2022 Catalog

BAM 405 Organizational Leadership (SS)

Students will study organizational behavior and leadership, incorporating a global perspective to understand what it takes to select and develop staff, build departments and teams, and develop and support organizational cultures to meet the needs of companies in a global economy. Beginning with a strategic approach to human resource management, students will learn the steps necessary to systematically run diverse organizations through the development of skills in conflict resolution and negotiation, motivation, leadership styles, and employee performance analysis. Under the guidance of a mentor, students will work independently to complete the list of assignments associated with this block. Through their coursework, students will be required to demonstrate competence on the outcomes and core concepts, knowledge and skills associated with this block.




This course can be used to fulfill only 5 credits of social sciences general education requirements.