This course reviews the five functions of management (planning, organizing, staffing, leading/motivating, and controlling) and the history of the development of management theory. It covers in detail the subset concepts and theories associated with the functions. The course explains the universality of management theory in its application within commercial, not-for-profit, governmental and other organizational settings. It covers management in its global applications as well as its involvement with organizational ethics and organizational social responsibility. Students with evidence of 2 years of management or supervision experience can have the prerequisite waived with permission of the department head.
MNGT 141 - Principles of Management
Credit Hours: 3
MNGT 121 may be taken concurrently.