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(C) Business Track (TMB)

(TMB 0621) Managerial Communication Skills: (2, 0, 2)

A comprehensive course on the strategic communication skills required to advance in careers in the management arena. Students will focus on both informal and formal written communications, including e-mail, interoffice communications, proposals and executive reporting. In addition, the importance of interpersonal effectiveness and diversity issues are stressed.

(TMB 0622) Ethics and Legal Issues in Business: (2, 0, 2)

Various ethical challenges in the business environment will be discussed. This course encourages critical thinking about the factors within the work environment and society that contribute to ethical dilemmas, thinking constructively about how these might be changed, and considering where the responsibility for each issue rests. It also addresses legal issues most frequently encountered by managers with a dual focus on avoidance of legal problems and determination of when legal advice is and is not needed. Topics include human resource issues, proprietary and external business relationships, the use of information technology, and an overview of general business practices related to compliance issues.

(TMB 0626) Technology and Human Resource Management: (2, 0, 2)

The student will be given an overview of all functional areas in an HR system and become familiar with the most widely used HR management technologies in the marketplace. Students will experience the design and planning phases of an HR system. The focus will be on the recruitment, selection/assessment, and employee tracking areas of an HRM system. The student will learn how to customize these areas to “fit” an organizational environment. Once implementation is complete, information management strategies will be discussed and students will identify a strategy that addresses the needs of an organization.


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