Management

  • Management
    Management
    Business management deals with an organization and its members (including the manager). Among all the resources utilized to materialize the goal of a certain enterprise, human resources are primarily responsible for governing the core of business activities. It is of paramount importance to hire and position workers to the optimum place within a company, as well as manage them effectively and keep them motivated. The field of management provides the knowledge on how to manage human resources, as well as how to lead an organization. The subcategories of management include "organization behavior," which provides a general outline regarding the characteristic relationship among organization, workers and the environment, and based on this theoretical guideline, "human resource management" covers the specific measures of hiring and posting employees aimed at maximizing worker productivity. Furthermore, "strategic management" deals with the organization's future path and the activities of the CEOs, and labor-management relations" attempts to lay out the complex throng of issues between labor and management within an organization.

    Major Required Courses: Organizational Behavior, Management Strategy
    Major Elective Courses: New Venture Creation and Management, Labor Relations, Strategic Management of Innovation, Personnel Management, Business Ethics, Organization Design and Competitive Advantage, Business Negotiation, Leadership: Theory and Practice, Social Network and Competitive Advantage