BUS 208: Human Resource Management
The aim of this course is to provide a strategic perspective on human resource management and to familiarize students with the techniques and methods used in HRM. The course objectives include examining the essential functions and responsibilities of HRM, such as strategic management, job analysis and definition, human resource planning, selection and recruitment, training and development, performance management, and global HRM. As a result, students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to comprehend and evaluate the intricate nature of HRM processes.Please find the syllabus of BUS 208, which covers the topic of HRM, by clicking on this link.
BUS 301: Strategic Management
The goal of this course is to provide an understanding of strategic management and its essential components. We will explore the techniques and methods of strategic management and how they can be applied in real-world situations. We will cover the key functions and roles of strategic management including vision and mission analysis, internal and external audits, types of strategies, and strategy generation and monitoring.Please find the syllabus of BUS 301, which covers the topic of Strategic Management, by clicking on this link.
ADM 1225: Administration and Organization in Public Context
This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the concepts, theories, and practices of public administration and organization including The Old Public Administration, The New Public Administration, Public Choice Theory, and The New Public Management, Governance, Postmodernism. Throughout the course, students will engage in discussions and debates on current issues and challenges facing public administration and organization. They will also be expected to complete readings, assignments, and a research paper related to the topics covered in the course. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of the principles and practices of public administration, as well as a critical awareness of the complexities and challenges involved in managing public organizations.Please find the syllabus of ADM 1225, which covers the topic of Administration and Organization in Public Context, by clicking on this link.
MAN601: Strategic Thinking and Researches
TThe goal of this course is to introduce strategic management as a research area. In this course, the historical development of strategic management thinking and research will be explained, strategic phenomena will be defined, the relationship between general management and strategic management will be examined, and the classification of strategic management theories and research will be discussed.Please find the syllabus of MAN 601, which covers the topic of Strategic Thinking and Researches, by clicking on this link.