This course analyzes some of the basic concepts in the area of social psychology and discusses the implications of these concepts for the management. Stressing the development of an awareness of the methodological problems in behavioral research, the course introduces the students within the group and organization. It is believed that many managerial decisions depend upon a sound knowledge of the dynamics of human behavior. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours.
This course is aimed at studying how organizations are designed. The focus is on the relationship between the nature of the external environment of the organization, the technology it uses, and the management style, the goals, the organizational structure, the behavior of individuals and groups in the organization and its performance. A system view is adopted. Implications for effective design of organizations are drawn. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours.
This course examines the role of accounting both as an internal and external information system. The stress, however, is on the internal use of accounting date by management for planning and control purposes. The basic concept of financial accounting are examined, and topics covered include the measurement of income, financial statements analysis, price level changes, and aspects of business combinations. In the planning and control areas, topics are cost and control concepts, costing system, budgeting, differential cost analysis and the measurement of performance. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours.
This course emphasizes the multi-national (global) view of marketing and presents it in an across-functional approach to the business operations. By offering this in the disciplinary perspective, the marketer gains better understanding of hoe the various functional areas of business operations interface with marketing. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours.
This course prepared the student to meet the challenges of the entrepreneur-driven business climate of Year 2000 and beyond. Credit 3 units; 3 hours a week; 54 hours.