Management and Society
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FIRST SESSION, 2017

MNGT 120 Introduction to Interpersonal and Organizational Communication (COMM 120) (3). An introduction to communication theory, research, and practice in a variety of interpersonal and organizational contexts. This course examines the role of communication in both personal and professional relationships.

MGNT 364 History of American Business (HIST 364) (3). A survey of the rise and development of the major financial, commercial, manufacturing, and transportation enterprises that transformed the United States from agricultural into a leading industrial nation.

MNGT 412 Social Stratification (SOCI 412) (3). Analysis of social structure and stratification in terms of class, status, prestige, and rank.  Attention to social roles of elites, professionals, the middle class, and the working class and to comparative topics.

SECOND SESSION, 2017

MNGT 120 Introduction to Interpersonal and Organizational Communication (COMM 120) (3). An introduction to communication theory, research, and practice in a variety of interpersonal and organizational contexts. This course examines the role of communication in both personal and professional relationships.

MNGT 412 Social Stratification (SOCI 412) (3). Analysis of social structure and stratification in terms of class, status, prestige, and rank.  Attention to social roles of elites, professionals, the middle class, and the working class and to comparative topics.

MGNT 415 Economy and Society (SOCI 415) (3). Examination of the structure and operation of institutions where economy and society intersect and interact, such as education, industrial organizations, on-the-job training, labor markets, and professional associations.  Emphasis on contemporary United States, with selected comparisons with Western Europe and Japan.

MNGT 427 The Labor Force (SOCI 427) (3). Supply and characteristics of labor and of jobs, including industrial and occupational changes, education and mobility of labor, and changing demography of the workforce.