This course introduces students to individual and group behaviour in organizations, structure and design in
organizations, and organizational effectiveness, and it is intended to help students understand their work world and
gain the skills to successfully navigate that world. Topics include roles of management, leadership and supervision,
motivation, conflict management, change, individual and group decision-making, and interpersonal and
ADM 300 Organizational Theory (3)
An analysis of current and applied trends in organizational theory and research.
Prerequisite(s): The completion of 45 credit hours of study
ADM 367 Principles of Leadership and Administration (3)
This course introduces students to the principles and methods of leadership and administrative theory and how they
have developed throughout Western history, focusing on the period from 1750 to the present. Attention is given to
the basic roles and functions of a leader in leading, planning, organizing, and controlling. Also included is a unit on
personal life management.