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Number:MG449
Name:Senior Seminar in Management
Description:This capstone course in management will provide the student with an opportunity to be exposed to some of the latest research, trends, and methodologies currently being employed by effective organizational leaders.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):Every spring semester starting
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s):
Senior level status

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, a student will be able to: • Integrate and build upon what you have learned in previous business courses when analyzing and solving organizational problems • Evaluate current management and leadership skills • Function in environments characterized by ambiguity, uncertainty, and insufficient data • Apply and further develop critical thinking in managerial settings • Examine and develop a personal philosophy of management, with particular emphasis on the ethical and value dimensions • Communicate through oral, written, and electronic means with clear and purposeful articulation of the issues and cogent arguments for and against specific proposals.

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
S 2013 Training in Interpersonal Skills 0-13-255174-8 Robbins, Stephen P. 6TH 12 Prentice Hall, Inc.
S 2012 SUPERVISION 0-07-338151-9 CERTO 7 MCGRAW-HILL
S 2011 SUPERVISION 0-07-338151-9 CERTO 7 MCGRAW-HILL
S 2010 SUPERVISION 0-07-338151-9 CERTO 7 MCG
S 2009 SUPERVISION W/ ANNUAL EDI 0-07-807855-5 CERTO 6 MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING
Thomas College. Beyond Education.