Minor in Management - Interdisciplinary Management II MGMT 1302   Interdisciplinary Management II
The Bachelor of Management program is intended to be an interdisciplinary program with participation from the four schools (Rowe School of Business, the School of Resources and Environmental Studies, the School of Public Administration and the School of Information Management). This course will build on the students understanding of the basic definition of management and how people and process vary across the disciplines. Students will apply critical thinking to basic management issues of planning, organizing, leading and controlling within a variety of sectors including both for-profit, not-for-profit, and public. Students will examine the interactions among the environment, technology, society, organizations and people, in a world with limited resources. The class explores current management issues with an emphasis on creativity, leadership and innovation.
FORMAT: Lecture