MBA | Master of Business Administration

CalSouthern’s Online MBA Courses

Below please find a listing of the online MBA courses that comprise CalSouthern’s MBA degree program. You can focus your course of study by taking 15 elective semester credits in a particular business field, earning an MBA with a concentration in management, finance, human resources, international business, or project management.

Required Core Courses

HRM 87503 Labor Relations

Credits : 3

This course examines the history and development of labor relations, the structure of union organizations and the process of negotiations and contract administration. The course begins by establishing the present state of the labor movement and models the decision process so that it can be used to decide whether or not to participate in organizing a union. Also covered are the laws and regulations governing collective bargaining, impasse resolution and contract administration.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Explain the basic features of the contemporary U.S. labor relations system.
  • Explain the historical significance and contrasting strategies of the major labor organizations.
  • Assess the criticisms of U.S. labor law and possible directions for reform.
  • Explain how new unions are formed in the United States.
  • Compare the major third-party dispute resolution mechanisms and their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Explain the nature of U.S. union contracts.
  • Classify the pressures for increased workplace flexibility.
  • Formulate alternative arrangements for governing the global workplace.
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Business Elective Courses

Management Electives

HRM 87503 Labor Relations

Credits : 3

This course examines the history and development of labor relations, the structure of union organizations and the process of negotiations and contract administration. The course begins by establishing the present state of the labor movement and models the decision process so that it can be used to decide whether or not to participate in organizing a union. Also covered are the laws and regulations governing collective bargaining, impasse resolution and contract administration.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Explain the basic features of the contemporary U.S. labor relations system.
  • Explain the historical significance and contrasting strategies of the major labor organizations.
  • Assess the criticisms of U.S. labor law and possible directions for reform.
  • Explain how new unions are formed in the United States.
  • Compare the major third-party dispute resolution mechanisms and their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Explain the nature of U.S. union contracts.
  • Classify the pressures for increased workplace flexibility.
  • Formulate alternative arrangements for governing the global workplace.
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Financial Management Electives

HRM 87503 Labor Relations

Credits : 3

This course examines the history and development of labor relations, the structure of union organizations and the process of negotiations and contract administration. The course begins by establishing the present state of the labor movement and models the decision process so that it can be used to decide whether or not to participate in organizing a union. Also covered are the laws and regulations governing collective bargaining, impasse resolution and contract administration.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Explain the basic features of the contemporary U.S. labor relations system.
  • Explain the historical significance and contrasting strategies of the major labor organizations.
  • Assess the criticisms of U.S. labor law and possible directions for reform.
  • Explain how new unions are formed in the United States.
  • Compare the major third-party dispute resolution mechanisms and their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Explain the nature of U.S. union contracts.
  • Classify the pressures for increased workplace flexibility.
  • Formulate alternative arrangements for governing the global workplace.
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Human Resource Management Electives

HRM 87503 Labor Relations

Credits : 3

This course examines the history and development of labor relations, the structure of union organizations and the process of negotiations and contract administration. The course begins by establishing the present state of the labor movement and models the decision process so that it can be used to decide whether or not to participate in organizing a union. Also covered are the laws and regulations governing collective bargaining, impasse resolution and contract administration.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Explain the basic features of the contemporary U.S. labor relations system.
  • Explain the historical significance and contrasting strategies of the major labor organizations.
  • Assess the criticisms of U.S. labor law and possible directions for reform.
  • Explain how new unions are formed in the United States.
  • Compare the major third-party dispute resolution mechanisms and their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Explain the nature of U.S. union contracts.
  • Classify the pressures for increased workplace flexibility.
  • Formulate alternative arrangements for governing the global workplace.
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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International Business Electives

HRM 87503 Labor Relations

Credits : 3

This course examines the history and development of labor relations, the structure of union organizations and the process of negotiations and contract administration. The course begins by establishing the present state of the labor movement and models the decision process so that it can be used to decide whether or not to participate in organizing a union. Also covered are the laws and regulations governing collective bargaining, impasse resolution and contract administration.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Explain the basic features of the contemporary U.S. labor relations system.
  • Explain the historical significance and contrasting strategies of the major labor organizations.
  • Assess the criticisms of U.S. labor law and possible directions for reform.
  • Explain how new unions are formed in the United States.
  • Compare the major third-party dispute resolution mechanisms and their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Explain the nature of U.S. union contracts.
  • Classify the pressures for increased workplace flexibility.
  • Formulate alternative arrangements for governing the global workplace.
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Project Management Electives

HRM 87503 Labor Relations

Credits : 3

This course examines the history and development of labor relations, the structure of union organizations and the process of negotiations and contract administration. The course begins by establishing the present state of the labor movement and models the decision process so that it can be used to decide whether or not to participate in organizing a union. Also covered are the laws and regulations governing collective bargaining, impasse resolution and contract administration.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Explain the basic features of the contemporary U.S. labor relations system.
  • Explain the historical significance and contrasting strategies of the major labor organizations.
  • Assess the criticisms of U.S. labor law and possible directions for reform.
  • Explain how new unions are formed in the United States.
  • Compare the major third-party dispute resolution mechanisms and their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Explain the nature of U.S. union contracts.
  • Classify the pressures for increased workplace flexibility.
  • Formulate alternative arrangements for governing the global workplace.
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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Healthcare Administration Electives

HRM 87503 Labor Relations

Credits : 3

This course examines the history and development of labor relations, the structure of union organizations and the process of negotiations and contract administration. The course begins by establishing the present state of the labor movement and models the decision process so that it can be used to decide whether or not to participate in organizing a union. Also covered are the laws and regulations governing collective bargaining, impasse resolution and contract administration.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Explain the basic features of the contemporary U.S. labor relations system.
  • Explain the historical significance and contrasting strategies of the major labor organizations.
  • Assess the criticisms of U.S. labor law and possible directions for reform.
  • Explain how new unions are formed in the United States.
  • Compare the major third-party dispute resolution mechanisms and their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Explain the nature of U.S. union contracts.
  • Classify the pressures for increased workplace flexibility.
  • Formulate alternative arrangements for governing the global workplace.
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor.
  • Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.
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