BUS204: Principles of Management
BUS204: Principles of Management - 4 Hours
A study of the administration, staffing, ethics, and control techniques of modern business. Objectives, policies, functions, problems, and interpersonal relationships are studied to provide the student with an understanding of the nature of managerial work and the role of managers in today's business enterprise. An evaluation will be done of historical and modern day theories to help the student formulate his or her most effective management style.
2014 Fall Term (August 18th, 2014–November 9th, 2014)
|BUS204: Principles of Management||D||Young, Brian||505||M,W 12:30pm–2:15pm|
|BUS204: Principles of Management||E||McAvoy, Dan||Joule||eLearning|
|BUS204: Principles of Management||N||O'Brien, Matthew T.||505||M 6:00pm–9:30pm|
Number of classes: 3