BUS3200 Organizational Behavior

Course Overview

Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: STAFF

Course Description:

Develops and cultivates the skills of students by understanding the fundamentals of the individual, the group & team, and the organization. The student dynamics of learning about: One-self, Leadership/Management, Ethics, Business Policies & Procedures, and Motivation. Ethical business practices that drive success in todays competitive marketplace will be taught throughout this class and how it applies to the organization from a Christian perspective from the Holy Bible. This course is designed to enrich students knowledge and engagement within an organization and how the organization functions.

How This Course Benefits Students:

The Organizational Behavior class introduces students to a wide range of topics and learning objectives. Such as: Knowing one-self, groups/Teams, leadership & Management, Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, Socialization, and Motivation. Ethical business practices will be a primary focus throughout this course based on the Holy Bible.

Why This Course Is Important:

Ethics in business is a very important topic today. Business ethics taught from the Holy Bible is necessary especially from the word of God. Mission oriented individuals with training in ethical business practices will change the essence of business practices.