REQUIRED MAJOR COURSES
MGT 4010, MGT 4300, MGT 4700, and four additional 4000-level management courses.
PERSONNEL AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS
Students interested in careers in any aspect of labor-management relations or personnel administration in either a line or staff capacity should seek a specialization in personnel and employment relations. The following courses are appropriate for this specialization. Courses are listed numerically and do not denote a particular order of importance or relevance.
Suggested management courses:
MGT 4360 Personnel Selection and Development
MGT 4370 Introduction to Organizational Communication
MGT 4390 Compensation Administration
MGT 4510 Personnel Legislation
MGT 4540 Collective Bargaining
MGT 4580/RMI 4530 Employee Benefit Plans
The production/operations management specialization develops the basic skills required by line managers to effectively resolve the complex technological, administrative, and behavioral problems encountered in managing operations in both manufacturing and service orgnaizations. This speicalization may be obtained by selecting an appropriate program from the course listed below. Guidance shoudlbe obtained from faculty advisers in this area in designing individual programs of study.
Courses specifically designed to follow Mgt 4700:
Another relevant management course:
ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY AND BEHAVIOR
Students who have an interest in the structure, behavior, and processes of organizations in relation to the use of human resources and its consequences for organizationa effectiveness will wish to seek a specialization in the organizational theory and behavior area. A specialization may be obtained by selecting appropriate electives from courses listed below. Guidance should be obtained from faculty advisers in this area in designing individual programs of study.
Suggested managment courses: