Sections: Organizatn & Behavior (Summer Session I 2020 MAGT-333-WEB)

MANAGEMENT 333-WEB Organizatn & Behavior
This course is a study of the behavioral aspects of life within organizations, examining the individual, group and structural dimensions. Students participate in a semester-long group project culminating in a formal group presentation. It is suggested, but not required, that students take introductory courses in Psychology and Sociology before taking this course. Prerequisite: MAGT-131 and junior standing. (COLLABLDR,ORALCOM)

Section Name: MAGT-333-WEB
Departments: MANAGEMENT
Prerequisites: Take MAGT-131 Minimum grade C- ;
Academic Level: Undergraduate
Course Type:
COLLABLDR, ORALCOM

Credits: 4
CEUs:
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