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Course Catalog - Academic Year 2017-2018

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OPERATIONS MANAGMENT
OPER 340 - Operations Management
Credits: 3.00
This foundation course provides an understanding of the strategic and tactical role of operations management in building and maintaining a firm's core competencies. A significant emphasis is placed on discussing the impact of technology and globalization on creating and enhancing value from both the producer and consumer's perspective. This hybrid course uses a combination of lectures, Blackboard.com exercises, computer lab projects and group projects to ensure an understanding of basic concepts. Upon completion of the course students will possess the requisite skills to create and sustain the operational core competencies required to compete in a global marketplace. Fall and Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
General Requirements:
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OPER 345 - Service Operations
Credits: 3.00
This course introduces business students to service operations and attempts to familiarize them with the distinctive characteristics of service organizations and how to successfully manage them. Discussion includes, but is not limited to, such topics as the role and nature of services, competitive environment of services and competitive service strategies, service design, managing service operations, and globalization of services. Summer.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: OPER 340 Minimum Grade: D
OPER 346 - Project & Process Management
Credits: 3.00
This operations skills course provides students with the requisite skills necessary to manage a wide range of projects including: project planning, task scheduling, resource management, and project reporting. The course provides students the knowledge of how to use MS Project to plan and control multiple projects utilizing finite resources. This course also examines the design and management of key business processes by focusing on the process flow, key performance measures, and the management of levers that lead to process improvement. Students will be introduced to process management tools as a part of the course. This course counts toward the integrative requirement for business majors. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Pre-requisites: OPER 340 Minimum Grade: D
OPER 347 - Lean Thinking
Credits: 3.00
This operations strategy course focuses on lean systems whose functions include elimination of waste, reducing costs, shortening cycle times, quality improvement, optimization of socio-technical systems, and the process of continuous improvement. The course provides a focused perspective on lean applications in operations and management. The course also extends the benefits of lean thinking outward from the factory floor to encompass the organization and supply chain. The principles of lean thinking are applied to make-vs-buy decision, product and process design, relationship and organizational management, service operations, and environment conscious operations. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Pre-requisites: OPER 340 Minimum Grade: D
OPER 348 - Qlty Mgmt & Intrnl Standards
Credits: 3.00
This course provides an introduction to management practices aimed at quality improvement and international quality standards as applied to productive systems throughout a product's global supply chain. Topics include product and process design for quality and reliability, vendor selection and quality defect prevention throughout the supply chain, control and improvement of process capability for all supply chain processes, ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 standards, and customer relationship management. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: OPER 340 Minimum Grade: D
OPER 440 - Global Oper & Supply Chain Mgt
Credits: 3.00
This capstone course examines the role of technology and the impact of globalization on creating value from both the producer and consumer's perspectives. Learning objectives include understanding how cultural and contextual differences affect the efficiency and effectiveness of global operations, and how developing a global supply chain creates a sustainable competitive advantage. The course uses a combination of lectures, internet exercises, case analysis, field research and group projects. This course counts toward three credits of international requirements for business majors. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
Pre-requisites: OPER 340 Minimum Grade: D
OPER 489 - Special Topic Seminar
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: OPER 340 Minimum Grade: D
OPER 491 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Directed study requires completion of a form and departmental permission. Zagweb registration not available. Summer only.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Business
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Business Administration
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP
ORGL 499 - Writing for the Graduate Level
Credits: .00
Lecture: .00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 501 - Methods of Organizatn Research
Credits: 3.00
Gall, Gall, & Borg note that research is a systematic and persistent approach to answering questions (2006). This course meets that charge head on as we attempt to explore the philosophies of research and how to answer questions that we are passionate about. Through engagement with primary research and exposure to current methodologies and the inquiry process, this course requires the development of a full research proposal (e.g. literature review, rationale for the proposed questions, formal research questions and/or hypotheses, and proposed method description).
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 502 - Leadership and Imagination
Credits: 3.00
Why is creative imagination an important leadership capacity? How do leaders employ their imaginative processes within the organization? What can leaders do to stimulate and nurture their imagination? Through the theme of “seeing and seeing again” perspectives from the liberal arts (i.e. art, drama, history, literature, music, and psychology), students are challenged to apply and expand their creative and imaginative capacity. This experiential class provides opportunities to meet and engage with class members as well as faculty and staff in a face-to-face setting, establishing relationships to support their success throughout the program and beyond graduation.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 503 - Organizational Ethics
Credits: 3.00
Worldviews inform personal, social, political, and professional lives. They influence our perception and practice of leadership, how we respond to adversity, how we relate to others and what we understand to be our purpose. Through a modified case study approach, students are challenged to explore human life from two radically opposing worldviews, examining ethical dilemmas of leadership within the context of moral choices and implications of decision-making. Defining personal worldviews in online postings will help students identify and clarify personal motivations, behaviors, and reactions to ethical problems in the organizational setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 504 - Organizational Communication
Credits: 3.00
All organizations - from Microsoft, to churches, to social clubs, and universities — rely on communication, and being able to communicate strategically is crucial to meaningful participation. This course will explore contemporary concepts about the meanings and functions of communication in organizations. Organizational communication encompasses not only communication within businesses, but also within large private or nonprofit associations, larger community groups, and governments both large and small. We will cover such selected topics in organizational communication research, such as culture, socialization, systems theory, communication and technology, and globalization.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 506 - Leadership and Diversity
Credits: 3.00
Who we are, whether we are comfortable with this idea or not, is shaped in part by the social roles we occupy and how society sees us in those roles. As we will see from the very beginning of this class, our social roles, the class we are born into, and our gender all have implications for our lives. We will explore intercultural communication as a tool to bridge differences and learn about identities, practices, and cultures.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 507 - Emerging Leadership
Credits: 3.00
Other: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 509 - Social Dynamics of Comm Tech
Credits: 3.00
Does communication technology cause social change or do social factors cause change in communication technologies? Examination of relationships between mass media and community and computers and the self.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 510 - Renaiss. Ldrdshp for 21st Cent
Credits: 3.00
This course provides an examination of Renaissance leadership as it applies to contemporary organizations. Course study is designed for an interdisciplinary group of students to explore the power of Renaissance thinking as it applies to renewal, rediscovery, invention and creativity. This course will help emerging leaders develop new perspectives and strategies to bring health, creativity and energy to their organizations. Learners will draw upon the creative processes of artists—painters, architects, musicians, and writers--and apply the same dynamics of creative thinking to the practical work of leaders in today’s organizations. Special emphasis will be given to the artists of the Italian Renaissance, especially as developed in the city of Florence.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 513 - Adv Topics in Comm:
Credits: 3.00
Communication and leadership are closely intertwined, whether in our current period of post-modernity or during the European Renaissance. Fifteenth century Italy, Florence in particular saw a flowering of the arts and scholarship unmatched in history. This can be seen in the rhetoric of art and architecture, religious preaching, political writing and oratory, and in the humanistic philosophy that emerges from it. This course examines this period through readings, discussions, and on-site visits to historical settings in Florence and Siena, in order to formulate the critical questions necessary to bring these ideas to our contemporary world. Using the Italian Renaissance as the canvas, we will study multiple examples of rhetoric, both written and visual.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 516 - Organizational Development
Credits: 3.00
This course will focus on “seeing” and “changing” organizations through the research, theory, models, and praxis of the field and consulting practice of Organizational Development (OD). [Please note: this is not a course on the nature and characteristics of good leadership- it’s about consulting to leadership.] This course focuses on how OD consultants, internal or external, can support both leaders and all members of an organization We will investigate multiple methods, tools, and technologies used to implement major change effectively in organizations.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 517 - Organzl Change-Transformation
Credits: 3.00
Students will be exposed to the concepts of organizational change, health, and transformation. After developing a profile of a healthy organization, students will use this as a guide, practicing methods of organizational diagnosis and intervention. This course will provide opportunities to consider how to align people around new ways of doing things. Students will have the opportunity to gain confidence and competencies in leading change, and conclude the class with action planning specific to each individual’s interests. Leading change is a critical skill to support organizations in achieving their goals, mission, and vision. Building on theories from the field of change management, we will explore how different situations require different approaches but have common foundations. The course is appropriate for people in various levels and types of organizations, providing tools to support leading change effectively.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 518 - Transforming Leadership
Credits: 3.00
Transforming Leadership is designed to be an examination of the dynamics of transformation and how leadership can facilitate transformation, both within individuals and in organizations. Specifically, the guiding questions are: 1) What is transformation; and 2) How can transformation be facilitated in individuals and organizations? As a graduate-level seminar, emphasis is placed on students and teacher forming a community of both practice and learning – of praxis – so all may both engage the current understanding and develop new insights into the theory and practice of transforming leadership.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 519 - Leadership in Non-Profit Orgs
Credits: 3.00
Designed for students preparing to assume the role and duties of a leader, supervisor, or governing board member of a non-profit organization. This course will review theory and investigate specific methods of behaviors of non-profit organization leaders.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 520 - Negotiation and Conflict Resln
Credits: 3.00
This course provides an overview of conflict on different levels, from micro through mezzo, macro to violent international conflict. The course will use real-life situations and case studies that will help students practice skills and strategies for dialogue, decision-making and ultimately conflict transformation and system change.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 521 - Technlgy & Comm in Organizatns
Credits: 3.00
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 522 - Ldrshp/Com-Empwrmt-Collbtn-Dia
Credits: 3.00
How does the leader develop community to facilitate individual growth and collective flourishing? Through experience and scholarship students explore and practice empowerment, collaboration, and dialogue in the context of creating structures and processes for sustaining and transforming community. At the Benedictine Abbey students become participant observers in an emersion designed to explore, practice, and come to an expanded understanding of the role and purpose of the leader’s involvement and commitment to building and sustaining meaningful and purposeful community. Experiential findings are then integrated with the literature on building community building and used to formulate a proposal for enhancing community flourishing.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 523 - Psychology of Leadership
Credits: 3.00
This course offers an introduction to the field of psychological issues in leadership. While the field is considered relatively new and growing, this course focuses on three popular and often discussed themes in this area: personality development, emotional intelligence and dimensions of a psychologically healthy workplace. Through the use of lecture, discussion, class exercises, film and readings students will begin with a look at leadership success and failure from the lens of psychology. Importance will be placed on the student understanding the psychological challenges of being in a leadership role and how to interact effectively with those who behave in ways that are less than productive for the organization. The middle section of the course offers an in-depth exploration of those psychological capacities necessary for effective leadership. Finally, characteristics of a psychologically healthy work environment will be explored.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 524 - Leadership in Human Resources
Credits: 3.00
In this course students will explore the changing role of the human resource leader in organizations. The growing emergence of the human resource leader as an organizational change agent will be examined as well as the skills necessary for success. Topics include policy and practice within organizations; selecting, training, motivating, evaluating, and compensating employees; labor relations; and applicable legislation.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 530 - Servant Leadership
Credits: 3.00
This course is an examination of the foundation, principles and practice of servant-leadership. Servant-leadership is explored with an emphasis on reviewing the original writings, and on conceptualizing and articulating the philosophy through a clarification of what it is, and why Servant-leadership is relevant. Human development theories are used as theoretical frameworks for identifying criteria to assess servant-leaders and servant-organizations, and for understanding how they develop and function. Dialogue is encouraged as a way of integrating aspects of the philosophy with applied experience and gain insights into the students own leadership approach.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 531 - Leadership & Spirituality
Credits: 3.00
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 532 - Ldrshp, Justice & Forgiveness
Credits: 3.00
The key learning theme I want students to understand is the idea of emotional discipline based in love that calls a person toward meaningful responses to human suffering. Such responses are grounded in discernment regarding human conflict, oppression, power, and harm, and the opportunities—personal, familial, societal, and global—that rise from the crucible of potential that is our humanity. I’d like students to gain knowledge in three ways. First, begin to appreciate the depth of heart, thought, and spirit necessary for a person to do long term, hopeful and efficacious work inside any system, be it personal, societal, or global, when that system is initially locked in an oppressive or harmful cycle. The personal character required to live from a meaningful or purposeful approach regarding what it means to be human creates complexities and potentialities that invite the student toward joy, courage, and sacredness, even or perhaps in the words of Victor Frankl especially in the midst of human suffering. Second, students will begin the process of understanding leadership (specifically servant-leadership), justice (conceptions of restorative vs. retributive justice) and forgiveness in the context of systems change toward reconciliation and depth of heart, mind, and spirit. Third, students will work to apply the interior leadership necessary for discernment and action within oppressive systems. In this course, therefore, each student will engage the following questions: • What are the basic understandings of servant-leadership, restorative justice and forgiveness? • How can a person choose servant-leadership, restorative justice and forgiveness in the face of grave human atrocities and the furthest reaches of human suffering? • Who does one forgive, and how does one approach forgiveness? • What does it mean to be a person of restorative justice and forgiveness?
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 535 - Listen, Discern, Decide
Credits: 3.00
In this class, students will learn more in-depth concepts of Servant-leadership by learning practices and approaches for listening and discerning as a way of enhancing decision-making capacity. The course begins with a focus on interior and exterior listening. Listening and awareness techniques are then integrated with the principles and practices of discernment. The course progresses from a focus on the individual, to group, to listening and discerning and decision making in organizations and communities.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 537 - Foresight and Strategy
Credits: 3.00
The course is designed to further develop the student’s servant-leader disposition, and integrate more of the servant-leader characteristics. The course explores the art, science and methods leaders use to acknowledge, stimulate, and further develop their capacity of foresight. Students engage macro-system perspectives applying strategy and stewardship as they consider introducing creative vision into the reality of complex organizational and community systems (includes a 3 day residency).
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Pre-requisites: ORGL 530 Minimum Grade: C
ORGL 550 - Team Building & Leadership
Credits: 3.00
This three-day intensive program is designed to increase students’ knowledge and understanding of leadership and team development through a combination of information sessions and active participation in cooperative, challenge activities. Introductory activities help students to get to know each other and begin to work together to solve problems and think “out of the box.” Topics to be presented and discussed include the communication process, leadership models and styles, stages of team development, ethics, diversity, and visionary or principle-centered and creative leadership. The course will culminate in the development of personal mission statements and their presentation, along with short group presentations of key learnings. In addition to the mission statements, there are additional assignments that provide an opportunity for reflection and self-evaluation with regard to leadership styles, strengths and areas for improvement, and a plan for personal/professional development. Challenge activities are included in the schedule for all three days, but particularly emphasized on the second day when we will meet off-campus for group problem-solving activities and hiking (one to two flat miles). Challenge activities are designed to enhance students’ critical thinking skills, creativity, problem-solving ability, and ability to work effectively as a team. Activities included also present opportunities for taking leadership roles, recognizing leadership styles, identifying what works and what doesn’t work in given situations, and applying learning to real life situations.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 551 - Adv Team Bldg & Ldrshp
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to continue where 550 left off. This three-day intensive program is intended to increase participants’ knowledge about facilitating team building and leadership development activities. Learning will take place through information sessions, involvement in cooperative, challenge activities as both a participant and facilitator, with opportunities for feedback, and group discussion. Topics to be covered include selection and sequencing of appropriate activities based on group characteristics, stage of development, time, and resources; leading safe challenge activities; methods of facilitating inclusion, participation in activities, and successful debriefs; what if situations and question and answer sessions; and hot tips drawn from experience. Prerequisite: Completion of ORGL 550 (Team Building I).
Other: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Pre-requisites: ORGL 550 Minimum Grade: C
ORGL 570 - Introduction to Global Systems
Credits: 3.00
We exist in a rapidly shrinking world of intensifying technological, economic, social, cultural, and political interconnections. Organizations across a range of fields and industries are increasingly more diverse and international, and leaders have to address this complex work environment both domestically and globally. This course engages students to become familiar with a variety of global issues tied to organizational performance and to analyze those issues using systems-thinking concepts and tools. Students will gain a deeper understanding of social relationships of interdependence and accountability, as well as skills to integrate diverse ideas and perspectives from a variety of sources. Further through case studies, simulations, and discussions of current issues they will be able to refine global leadership skills such as self-awareness, inquisitiveness, open-mindedness, and cultural sensitivity.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
Graduate
Graduate Non-Matric
ORGL 575 - Leadership and Accompaniment
Credits: 3.00
In this course students engage directly with local community leaders and gain first-hand experience of different community development models. Students learn strategies for thinking and practicing ethical leadership, and will have increased self-awareness and cultural sensitivity through critical reflection and action.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 577 - Global Issues: Brussels
Credits: 3.00
Students examine contemporary global issues, comprehensively analyze policies, and work with international peers to create viable and sustainable solutions while mentored by and learning from international experts. Competencies are gained from class instruction and also from simulations at the epicenter of the European Community, NATO, and the home of various multinational organizations in Brussels, Belgium.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 590 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 600 - Foundations of Leadership
Credits: 3.00
This course is a foundation for learning and developing the practice of leadership. It includes investigating various theories of leadership and communication strategies leaders use in their practice. Students explore the self through multiple assessments and reflections, in relationship to individuals, groups and organizations. Students explore personal and relational dimensions of leadership in the context of multiple perspectives and develop a personal leadership growth plan including a personal leadership philosophy. Knowledge of the use of different types of written communication and scholarship is fostered in the Leadership discipline. The paradoxes and ambiguities of leadership are examined in various contexts.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 605 - Imagine, Create, Lead
Credits: 3.00
This team taught course has a two-fold purpose. It is designed to provide an orientation to the ORGL program and Gonzaga experience during the 3 days on campus. This experiential class provides an environment where students meet and engage with peers as well as with staff, and faculty advisors. During the face to face portion of class students have numerous opportunities to establish relationships that support their success throughout the program and beyond graduation. Throughout the course, students are introduced to the history and key concepts in the field of creativity. Further, through the theme of “seeing and seeing again,” students are challenged to apply and expand their creative and imaginative capacity. Students explore Ignatian imagination and perspectives from the liberal arts (art, history, literature, music, and so on) and are exposed to different techniques for developing and enhancing their own creativity and imagination in the context of leadership practice.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 610 - Comm. & Lead. Ethics
Credits: 3.00
Inquiry into the personal, organizational, and social values present in moral dilemmas. Students will develop skills in ethical communication and decision-making, and recognize how to act for the common good as leaders who can acknowledge and consider multiple moral perspectives.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 611 - Seminar Continuation
Credits: 1.00
Other: 1.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 615 - Org Theory & Behavior
Credits: 3.00
The purpose of this core course is to provide exposure to theories of organizations, organizational behavior, and systems as well as a variety of strategies and tactics useful to successful leaders and followers. The content includes a traditional macro organizational theory emphasis on structure and culture and then extends to organizational behavior focusing on leading teams and interpersonal relationships.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 620 - Leadership Seminar
Credits: 3.00
The leadership seminar is designed to be a culmination of leadership coursework in the organizational leadership program. The course provides an opportunity for reflection, synthesis, application, analysis, and evaluation. Students will examine the formation of their leadership philosophy and professional development milestones achieved in the ORGL program and will synthesize and evaluate their individual leadership development plan for the future.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 623 - Qual Research Theory & Design
Credits: 3.00
The assumptions, theories, and practice of qualitative research are introduced. Students design, conduct, and report a pilot study that demonstrates basic research skills.
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campus(s):
Main
ORGL 650 - Internship in Orgnztnl Ldrshp
Credits: .00 to 3.00
On-site leadership experience for students under supervision of a site supervisor and professor.
Lecture: .00 to 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 659 - Leadership & Economics
Credits: 3.00
The application of economic principles to the solution of current problems with emphasis on capitalism and North American economies are the foci of this course.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 660 - Readings in Social Systems
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This individualized study course is based on readings in a specific topic designed in consultation with the instructor. Students will discuss the selected readings on a tutorial basis with the instructor and prepares an annotated bibliography or bibliographical essay. Although individualized, this course is treated as a seminar in which students share their work with each other and the faculty member assigned to the course.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 661 - Readings in Human Behavior
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This individualized study course focuses on the investigating of scholarly research findings in an aspect of the behavioral sciences defined by the student and instructor. Students will prepare a written report of findings on the research problem selected. Although individualized, this course is treated as a seminar in which students share their work with each other and the faculty member assigned to the course.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 670 - Projects in Organizatn Ldrshp
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This independent study course consists of a formal research project investigating a problem in applied organizational or social research conducted under the tutelage of the instructor. Although individualized, this course is treated as a seminar in which students share their work with each other and the faculty member assigned to the course.
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 671 - Projects in Group Behavior
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This independent study course consists of a formal project of original research in a topic of group behavior that proceeds from a research design approved and monitored by the instructor. Although individualized, this course is treated as a seminar in which students share their work with each other and the faculty member assigned to the course.
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 680 - Leadership Seminar
Credits: 3.00
The Leadership Seminar serves as the capstone experience of the master’s program in Organizational Leadership. Students create a research portfolio, project, or thesis as evidence of a synthesis of the program.
Other: 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: ORGL 501 Minimum Grade: C and ORGL 502 Minimum Grade: C
ORGL 681 - Special Topics in Org Ldrshp
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
ORGL 689 - Special Topics
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:
ORGL 690 - Ds: Organizational
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This seminar explores new theories and issues. The specific theme of this course varies each time it is offered because the field of organizational leadership is constantly evolving.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Professional Studies
Department: Organizational Ldrshp
Restrictions:


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