ORGS 2100 3.00
|Title||INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS IN ORGANIZATIONS|
An introduction to the study of organizations from a behavioural science frame of reference. The course emphasizes psychological and social approaches to understanding basic aspects of human behaviour in all types of work organizations. Topics include: the motivation to work, individual differences, leadership and authority, and group dynamics. As well as lectures and discussions, the course emphasizes experiential learning through the use of exercises, demonstrations, cases and projects. This course is not available for iBBA credit. Previously offered as: SB/OBIR 1000 3.00, SB/OBIR 2000 3.00.
Note: Not open to iBBA students for credit. BBA students who commenced the program in Fall 2009 must complete SB/ORGS 1000 3.00 in the Winter term of their 1st year of study.
Course credit exclusions: SB/INTL 1300 3.00, HH/PSYC 3570 3.00.