The Supervisory/Management certificate provides preparation for career advancement, specialization in the field, or pursuit of a Master’s degree. Incorporated into the classes are the university’s Christian, Catholic, and Benedictine values, helping you to become an ethical servant leader.
Principles of Management (4 credits)
Management stresses a set of activities directed at an organization’s resources with the aim of achieving goals in an efficient and effective manner. This course explores the managerial activities of planning, decision-making, organizing, leading and controlling.
Human Resources Management (3 credits)
This course has been developed based on the human resource body of knowledge defined by the HRCI and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). This course will study the nature of human resource management, staffing an organization, developing human resources, compensating human resources and managing employee relations. The course emphasizes the need for HR professionals to effectively contribute to their organization as a strategic and knowledgeable business partner. Course competencies and outcomes focus on the importance of integrating HR knowledge with business essentials.
Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
Organizational Behavior is the study of how individual behavior, group behavior and
organizational environment impact organizational effectiveness. The intent of this
course is to introduce students to the history, theories and practical application
of organizational behavior concepts and their application in contemporary organizations.