Description: Participants will demonstrate a foundational understanding of the principles and practices of organizational psychology, including how organizational factors contribute to individual behavior and how individuals affect groups and organizational functioning. emphasis is on such traditional topics as work motivation, job satisfaction and other attitudes, leadership, communication, socialization, and organization and job design.
Description: This course is a study of the basic principles of management decision-making as applied to agricultural business operations. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of relevant data (such as business costs and returns, cash flow, income statement and balance sheet) in making informed business decisions. Differences in management goals will also be explored. (Pre req: ECN 1203, ACT 1103 or ABM 2963)
Description: This course includes a study of the recruitment, selection, training and utilization of human resources, including recruitment, worker's compensation, unemployment insurance, benefits and safety in the work place. (Pre req: MGT 2103)