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MGMT.6100 Managerial Leadership

Id: 006690 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3

Description

This course examines leadership theory and research with an emphasis on preparing students for the leadership challenges they face in their professional careers. Topic covered include: the difference between management and leadership; the role of experience; effective use of power and influence; leader traits and characteristics; and the situational factors leaders must assess in facilitating group effectiveness and teambuilding. Students will have the opportunity throughout the course to develop specific leadership skills and practice these skills through exercises, applied reading and class projects.

Prerequisites

ACCT.5010 Fin Acct, FINA.5010 Bus Fin Analysis, MKTG.5010 Marketing Fundamentals, POMS.5010 Operations Fundamentals, MGMT.5010 Organizational Behavior, and MGMT.5110 Global Enterprise and Competition, or Permission of the Graduate Program Coord.

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