23775 - ENMA 601 Analysis of Organizational Systems

This course introduces the student to fundamental concepts in the analysis of organizations. A systems approach is taken in the examination of social, structural, procedural and environmental aspects that are of consequence to technical professionals and managers. Modules covered include: History and Systems of Organizations and Management; Basic Organizational Systems and Models emphasizing rational, natural and open systems; Organizational Behavior Models; Organizational Structure Models; Integration of Systems Perspectives.

Total Credit Hours: 3
Spring 2021
Instructor approval
Pazos-Lago, Maria P.
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Weekly Live Sessions

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

07:10 PM - 09:50 PM

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Anothony W. Dean   •   Ph: 757-683-7121   •