Minor in Business - Introduction to Organizational Behaviour COMM 2303   Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course will provide an overview of organizational behaviour theory, as well as an introduction to the practical application of that theory, within the context of the external and organizational forces that impact management. Through lectures, assignments, and discussion, students will be introduced to the theoretical basis of managing people in organizations. Key topics will include individual factors, such as personality and perception; group processes, such as team development and influence; and contextual issues, such as organizational culture. Experiential exercises will be incorporated to link theory with practice.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Discussion

FORMAT COMMENTS: Lecture/discussion 3 hours
PREREQUISITES: COMM 1010.03, and at least second-year standing.
EXCLUSIONS: MGMT 2303.03 and MGMT 2304.03