Org. Leadership (ORGL)

ORGL 3311

Issues in Organizational Leadership

CRT HRS:3   LEC HRS:3   LAB HRS:0

This competency module is an overview of issues facing organizational leaders. The module will discuss aspects of leadership as they pertain to internal and external elements facing leaders. Internal elements such as organizational change and organizational development and external elements such as dealing with external stakeholders, the global environment, and competitors will be covered as well. Students will utilize the knowledge gained in the course to develop a personal leadership theory.

Prerequisite: Core Curriculum complete and Junior Standing.

ORGL 3321

Data Driven Decision-Making I

CRT HRS:3   LEC HRS:3   LAB HRS:0

This competency module is a survey of important and commonly used quantifiable concepts and methods. The module content is of an interdisciplinary nature; it reviews basic measurable concepts and quantitative methodologies in statistics, economics, accounting, and finance. The purpose of the module is to provide the student understanding of concepts, their measurability, and the analytical meaning of the quantitative data.

Prerequisite: Core Curriculum complete and Junior Standing.

ORGL 3322

Behavior/Ethics/Leadership I

CRT HRS:3   LEC HRS:3   LAB HRS:0

This competency module is an examination of ethics in the workplace and the role of organizational leaders in fostering ethical behavior. Case studies, discussion, self-assessment exercises and reading assignments explore the basic frameworks of ethical dealings and moral leadership. Students will demonstrate a competency in critical thinking skills to both identify and remedy ethical issues typically encountered in organizational settings and interactions.

Prerequisite: Junior Standing and ORGL 3311.

ORGL 3331

Data Driven Decision-Making II

CRT HRS:3   LEC HRS:3   LAB HRS:0

This competency module is a continuation of Data Driven Decision-Making I. Material for this module will emphasize applied aspects of knowledge accumulated in the first module. Students will utilize this knowledge to practice aspects of research, data analysis, and decision-making.

Prerequisite: Junior Standing and ORGL 3321.

ORGL 3332

Behavior/Ethics/Leadership II

CRT HRS:3   LEC HRS:3   LAB HRS:0

This competency module is an examination of behavior and leadership in the workplace and the role of organizational leaders in fostering behaviors within organizations. Case studies, discussion, self-assessment exercises and reading assignments explore the basic frameworks of organizational and leadership behaviors. Students will demonstrate a competency in developing strategies for driving behavior within organizations that align with organizational goals and objectives.

Prerequisite: Junior Standing and ORGL 3322.

ORGL 4341

Management Theory I

CRT HRS:3   LEC HRS:3   LAB HRS:0

This competency module focuses on the principles and practice of management in an organizational setting. The learner demonstrates knowledge of the functions of management, the skill to analyze organizational processes and the ability to apply management theory to workplace situations. The learner can characterize organizations by their purpose, structure and activities. The learner can recognize, describe and apply common methods of operations and project management.

Prerequisite: Senior Standing and ORGL 3322.

ORGL 4342

Organizational Change

CRT HRS:3   LEC HRS:3   LAB HRS:0

In this competency module students will analyze the nature and dynamics of organizational change and the roles that individuals, technologies, and circumstances/forces play in organizational change, including being able to determine the level at which organizational change should take place.

Prerequisite: Senior Standing and ORGL 4341.

ORGL 4351

Management Theory II

CRT HRS:3   LEC HRS:3   LAB HRS:0

This competency module is a continuation of Management Theory I. Material for this module will emphasize applied aspects of knowledge accumulated in the first module. This module also introduces aspects of managing operations. Students will utilize this knowledge to demonstrate leadership competence in areas related to managing aspects of organizational operations.

Prerequisite: Senior Standing and ORGL 4341.

ORGL 4352

Capstone I

CRT HRS:3   LEC HRS:3   LAB HRS:0

This competency module showcases the student’s professionalism. The work implies the construction of a professional profile drawing upon the compilation of student academic performance, teamwork experience, and workplace experience. Students work on a real project management case and on constructing their professional profile that culminates in a public presentation. A main factor in evaluating student performance is the input from local and global organizations and faculty.

Prerequisite: Senior Standing and ORGL 3331 and ORGL 3332.

ORGL 4361

Capstone II

CRT HRS:3   LEC HRS:3   LAB HRS:0

This competency module is a continuation of Capstone I. Material for this module will emphasize applied aspects of knowledge accumulated in the first module. Students will collect and document all evidence of competence and professionalism throughout the degree plan in their e-portfolio. The e-portfolio will contribute to the student’s grade in Capstone II.

Prerequisite: Senior Standing and ORGL 4351, ORGL 4352 and ORGL 4342.