May 31, 2011-August 9, 2011
BE SURE TO NOTE DUE DATES FOR ALL ASSIGNMENTS AND QUIZZES - NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AND FAILURE TO TAKE THE QUIZZES BY THE ASSIGNED DATE WILL RESULT IN A GRADE OF 0 ON THE MISSED QUIZ.
All times specified in assignments and assessments are Cedar City, UT time (Mountain).
Course Goals :
| | |Like most basic or introductory courses, the course will introduce the student to a great deal of new |
| | |vocabulary and theories. While this is a big part of the course, the ability to apply theories and concepts in |
| | |practice is the ultimate objective. Management is a set of dynamic and complex activities that all |
| | |organizations must master if they are to survive in the long run. |
|Department of Management | |All management students will be encouraged to participate in relevant student organizations supporting their |
|Learning Objectives | |interests. These include the Society for Human Resource Management, the Academy, and other groups. All |
| | |graduating students will have a working knowledge of the concepts of planning, organizing, staffing, directing,|
| | |and controlling commercial operations. All graduating students will be familiar with the major trends affecting|
| | |small and large business, international commerce and e-business. All graduating students will be able to |
| | |synthesize the fundamental elements of finance, accounting, business law, marketing, economics and management |
| | |in a manner which enables them to make effective decisions at the corporate level. |