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Management (MGMT)

MGMT SK Management Skills
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MGMT 150 Introduction to Management
3 Credits

This course is an introduction to contemporary management functions. Management theories and their practical applications are examined. (3,0,0)

Prerequisites
English Studies 12, English First Peoples 12 or equivalent and and Math 11 or equivalent

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MGMT 201 Entrepreneurship
3 Credits

Provides an appreciation of the requirements for success in an entrepreneurial career and an understanding of dynamics of start-up and venture development. The development of a business plan and case analysis of operational situations form the core of this course. (3,0,0)

Prerequisites
ACCT 150 and MARK 150

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MGMT 251 Organizational Behaviour
3 Credits

An examination of the behaviour of people in organizations and small groups. The focus of attention will be on communications, motivation, leadership, group processes, structure, organization change, conflict, power and authority. (3,0,0)

Prerequisites
MGMT 150

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MGMT 253 Labour Relations
3 Credits

This course studies the history and present system of trade unionism, collective bargaining, contract interpretation and labour relations law. This course is intended to be practical so the latter half of the course is dedicated to cases and a major contract negotiation simulation. (3,0,0)

Prerequisites
MGMT 150 and BLAW 152

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MGMT 255 Human Resource Management
3 Credits

This course is designed to familiarize students with a broad spectrum of human resources management techniques and procedures. Areas of study include: staffing and maintenance of an efficient work force, human resources in organizations, manpower planning, job analysis and evaluation, wage and salary administration, training and development and performance evaluation systems. (3,0,0)

Prerequisites
MGMT 150

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MGMT 256 Strategic Human Resource Management
3 Credits

This course examines the contribution and leadship role that a human resources professional plays in developing the human capital of an organization. The course will examine how HR supports and leads the implementation and integration of the origanization's vision, goals, and strategies and the human resource initiatives that support these strategic directions. Students acquire capabilities in strategic human resources planning and HR as a strategic aspect of employment, which provides the information foundation for all of human resources management. This course is designed to provide a strategic perspective which builds on the general (day-to-day) HR management operations and procedures as taught in MGMT 255. The course will also incorporate the role of Ethics in modern corportions.

Prerequisites
MGMT 255

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MGMT 257 Recruitment and Selection
3 Credits

This course will introduce current theories and practices in recruitment and selection in a business and industry environment. Topics include recruitment theory and practice in the private and public sectors, professional and legal requirements, candidate screening, candidate testing, and interviewing methodology. In order to promote inclusive curriculum, an examination of current practice for recruitment and selection of aboriginal staff is integrated into this course.

Prerequisites
MGMT 150

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MGMT 258 Organizational Training and Development
3 Credits

This course introduces current theory and practice for employee training and development within an organizational setting; whether private,not-for-profit, or government/FN government, and administration sectors. Student will examine a full spectrum of training and development praxis, from basic on-the-job training to the use of technology and blended approaches to corporate training, development and succession planning. In order to promote inclusive curriculum, an examination of current theory and practice for training and development of aboriginal staff is integrated into this course.

Prerequisites
MGMT 150

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MGMT 259 Compensation and Benefits
3 Credits

This course introduces students to understanding and designing compensation systems and benefit plans. The course will introduce a systematic framework for identifying and designing compensation systems that add value to organizations and support employees. Specifically, students learn to design, implement, and evaluate compensation and benefit plans from legal, ethical, and strategic perspectives. Throughout the course, the dynamic nature of compensation in Canada will be discussed within the context of current theory, research, international influences, current events, law and practice. (3,0,0)

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MGMT 270 Principles of Project Managment
3 Credits

Introduces the industry-standard principles for managing projects on time, on budget, and to the organization's satisfaction. This course will cover the entire lifecycle from conceptualization to termination, with emphasis on project scope management, project time management, and project management planning and control. Course will provide the basic tools for successfully managing any type of project regardless of the industry, scope, environment, complexity, culture, or whether it is a public or private project.(3,0,0)

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