This course introduces the functions of management from an organizational viewpoint: planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. Contemporary studies that relate to communication, motivation, leadership styles, and decision making will be included.
This course gives students an opportunity to understand and utilize human relations concepts as they apply to the business environment. Areas included are morale, personal efficiency, leadership, personality, motivation, and communication.
Class Hours3 lecture
Semester OfferedFall, Spring
This course is an introduction to the principles, organizations, and techniques of personnel administration including procurement and placement, improvement of performance, management and labor relations, remuneration and security, and other services provided to the firm by the personnel section. This course is designed to give students an operational knowledge of the activities involved in personnel management relations with regard to their future roles in business.