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MGMT 3306   Principles Of Management    
MGMT 3322   Management Communication   MGMT Management Communication (3-0). The application of communication models and principals within organizations including leadership, coordination, control, and teams.  
MGMT 4314   Mgt-Small Bus Enterprise    
MGMT 4318   Human Resource Mgmt   MGMT 4318 Human Resource Management (3-0). To provide working concepts of professional human resource management. This course reviews basic motivation theory interpersonal relationships and group dynamics as they apply to managing efforts to obtain personal and organizational goals. Objectives of the course include: developing greater student insight into personal leadership style; deeper appreciation for the complexities of personnel administration; and enlarged awareness of the effective utilization of human resource management. Prerequisite: MGMT 3306  
MGMT 4321   Organ Behavior    
MGMT 4350   Project Management   Study of concepts and techniques for the management of various types of projects including product development, engineering, construction and science and technology projects. Students will develop planning skills including scope definition, scheduling, cost-estimating and risk assessment. The course will also help in developing skill in support of project leadership, team building and communication.  
MGMT 5304   Seminar In Management   MGMT 5304 Seminar in Management (3-0). The study of the management process of planning, organizing, controlling, etc, based on extensive reading and case problem analysis.  
MGMT 5307   Managing Organizational Change   MGMT 5307 Managing Organizational Change (3-0). This course exposes students to the process of organizational change. It discusses why change happens and why it is important for management to look at change in a proactive manner in order to stay ahead of potential industry and market demands. One of the course major goals is to help students develop an awareness of the issues involved in managing change and help them realize that there is a variety of change approaches and not only a single ?best? approach to change situations.