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Business Administration Courses:
BUS112 - Supervisory Principles
Catalog Description: Concentrates on the scope of management in the global environment. Examines the four main functions of management (planning, organizing, leading, and controlling) and the decision-making process through case analysis and team projects. Studies the management skills necessary to adapt to rapidly changing world competition and environments.
Lecture: 3 hrs.
Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):
Upon the successful completion of this course, a student will be able to:
1. Explain the principles of the four functions of management.
2. Describe the importance of ethics in the role of a manager or leader.
3. Explain best practices for managing diversity.
4. Describe various management best practices in areas such as delegation, coaching, empowerment, communication, teamwork, problem solving, conflict resolution, or managing change.
5. Explain the difference between managing and leading skills.
6. Evaluate theories related to various principles including motivation, performance management, or leadership.
7. Prepare a leadership self-assessment.
8. Develop a personal strategy for managing priorities and handling stress.
9. Apply management best practices to various organizational situations.
10. Demonstrate appropriate interpersonal skills in a professional setting.
Effective Term: Fall 2021