University Heights, Newark, New Jersey,
Awards Offered: Bachelors degree,Postbaccalaureate certificate,Masters degree,Doctors degree - research/scholarship
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Covers basic human resources concepts including recruitment, selection, EEO, training, labor relations, and human resources information systems. Human resources management practices in technology-based firms are studied in detail.
Explores the legal and ethical responsibilities of managers. Analyzes extent to which shareholders should be allowed to exercise their legitimate economic, legal, and ethical claims on corporate managers; extent of regulation of a particular industry, individual rights of the employee and various corporate interests, and corporate responsibility to consumers, society, and conservation of natural resources and the environment.
The course combines classroom instruction in business management and a term project involving the analysis of a business case. The course is designed to build upon and integrate the student's previously acquired business knowledge and skills into an understanding of how to start and run a new business.
A foundation course in individual and group behavior in organizations. Processes such as perception, motivation and leadership are examined with a focus on issues central to technology-based organizations (innovation, creativity, managing technical professionals).