Aug 08, 2020
BUSN 270 - Principles of Management and Superv 5 Credits
Examines the managerial task, with emphasis on the supervisory level. Includes coverage of the major management functions of planning,, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling. Covers decision making, human behavior and motivation, and the outside forces affecting today’s manager. Uses interactive class activities and case analysis.
Designed to Serve General Business program students as well as other professional-technical program students
Active Date 2014-06-04
Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 38
Contact Hours: Lecture 55 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 55
1. The nature of management and supervision
2. Planning an controlling
3. Making effective decisions
4. Motivation and human behavior
5. Managing conflict and change
6. Communication, oral and written
7. Leadership styles
8. Performance appraisal
9. Discipline and awards
10. Supervising protected groups
11. Managing a unionized work group
12. Corporate and managerial ethics
Student Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate an understanding of management vocabulary, concepts and principles as measured by critical thinking and effective communication.
Execute role play activities modeling important management/supervision functions.
Discuss management skills involving mastering problem solving and decision making techniques.
Define and discuss future trends in management including diversity management and management for sustaiinability.
Recognize the iinteraction of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling in both domestic and international management environments.
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