09:00 AM to 11:40 AM T
Section Information for Fall 2022
MGMT 321 explores ways of winning through people, most important resources in the organization. A broad topics of human resources management, designed to provide line managers and/or staff human resource specialists with a thorough understanding of the role of human resource management will be discussed in the class. This course builds key concepts and techniques that managers need to attract, retain, develop, compensate, and motivate quality talent. Also, this course emphasizes legal and ethical considerations in human resource management.
Course Learning Objectives
This class is identified as a Students as Scholars Discovery of Scholarship course, designed to introduce students to scholarship, and include some active or inquiry-based learning. To learn more about Students as Scholars, visit Oscar.gmu.edu.
In this Discovery of Scholarship course, students will:
The course will focus on active learning and will mix a lecture-based approach with discussion and application. Research strongly suggests that active learning in conjunction with traditional lecture-based teaching methods is effective for student learning and skill-building. Successful active learning requires a major investment from both of us. You will need to study the assigned readings before each class meeting, do a fair amount of thinking, and be prepared to contribute to the class discussion.
Required Prerequisites: MGMT 301C, L301, 303C, L303 or 303XS.
C Requires minimum grade of C.
XS Requires minimum grade of XS.
Students with a class of Freshman may not enroll.
Non-Degree level students may not enroll.
Students with the Ineligible to take MGMT crses or terminated from BU major attributes may not enroll.