Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
BUS 318 Human Resource Foundations in Global Organizations 3 sem. hrs.
DV: This course deals with the study of the principles, practices, and problems of human resource management. This course's emphasis is on planning, organizing and controlling the organization's human participants with the goal of realizing human potential. Traditional tools of HR management are supplemented with contemporary ideas. Human resource issues concerned with the formal structure design and informal culture are examined with attention to motivation, development, performance and appraisal, communication, decision making and conflict resolution. Cases of actual practice are discussed and a project is required. Prerequisites: Junior status, or BCPII Status. BUS 110 for minor and AA. Offered Fall semester
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