BBA | Bachelor of Business Administration

The Bachelor’s Degree Courses at CalSouthern’s School of Business

Below, you’ll find all of the online bachelor’s degree courses offered by CalSouthern’s School of Business. By taking 15 semester hours of elective online bachelor’s courses, you can focus your studies in your particular area of interest, earning your Bachelor of Business Administration Degree with a concentration in management, accounting, human resources management, marketing, international business, or criminal justice.

Required Core Courses

Lower Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Upper Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Business Elective Courses

Management Electives

Lower Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
Back


Upper Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Accounting Electives

Lower Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
Back


Upper Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Human Resource Management Electives

Lower Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
Back


Upper Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Marketing Electives

Lower Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
Back


Upper Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Entrepreneurship Electives

Lower Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
Back


Upper Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Leadership Electives

Lower Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
Back


Upper Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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International Business Electives

Lower Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Upper Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Technology Electives

Lower Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Upper Division Courses

HRM 2107 Supervisory Management

Credits : 3

This course is designed to provide the Learner with a working knowledge of the supervisory skills necessary for dealing with problems within the organization. Elements such as communications, motivation, discipline, negotiations and conflict management will be covered. This course will also explore current events, contemporary issues, and ethical dilemmas that surround the role of being a supervisor.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Describe the major competencies that supervisors are expected to bring to their work.
  • List a number of ways by which supervisors can improve the quality of work life for their employees and allow them to have fun at work.
  • Identify and evaluate the principal sources of cost improvement ideas, list some positive approaches, and explain why some cost improvement suggestions might be rejected.
  • List the nine steps in problem solving and decision making that lead to the removal of a problem’s cause.
  • Define authority, responsibility, and accountability and explain their relationships.
  • Identify the steps of the staffing process and explain the extent of a supervisor’s participation in each.
  • Identify major ethical issues in training.
  • Differentiate between the assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, and explain the importance of trust.
  • Describe the major needs that employees typically have, and explain how they influence motivation and behavior.
  • Assess the quality of their nonverbal communication skills and identify needed changes.
  • Explain the main purposes and benefits of an employee performance appraisal.
  • Identify the various kinds of absenteeism and know the recommended remedial approaches for each.
  • Explain the formation, roles, and influence of informal groups in an organization.
  • Identify the seven major areas of organizational control that guide supervisory actions and explain the technique of management by exception.
  • Calculate productivity ratios and percentages, and know what factors contribute to rising or falling productivity rates.
  • Discuss the nature and workplace implications of a culturally diverse society.
  • Discuss a supervisor’s responsibilities in labor-management relations, as affected by significant provisions of the main labor-management relations laws.
  • Identify a set of supervisory time wasters and tactics for better time management.
  • Introduce self and explain course expectations
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
  • Access information efficiently and effectively
  • Evaluate information critically and competently.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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