Program Overview:

Strategic Organizational Management

One of the biggest challenges facing human resource managers or anyone with a leadership role in business management is developing organizational structures in which people can function effectively and comfortably. New strategies for organizational structure demonstrate how a one-size-fits-all philosophy is outdated. The Strategic Organizational Management post-baccalaureate certificate program delves into the changing face of organizations, how management and leadership function in an evolving business world, and how communication and other critical elements of business are carried out within these organizational structures. This program is designed for human resource professionals, as well as those in management and leadership positions or who aspire to such roles.

Program Goals

Strategic Organizational Management post-baccalaureate certificate students will:

  • Develop strategies for use in leadership, management, operations, and planning, based upon best practices and current theories
  • Evaluate and solve contemporary problems presented in various business environments, through use of real-world examples and case studies
  • Analyze complex issues affecting organizations and make recommendations for actions, by applying principles of leadership and strategic management 

Required Courses

Students are required to take 4 of the following courses:

  • COMM ST 250 Team Leadership/Decision Making
  • COMM ST 363 Bargaining and Negotiation
  • ORG BEH 307 Leadership Principles and Practice
  • ORG BEH 310 Organizational Change
  • ORG BEH 367 Strategic Planning & Management
  • ORG BEH 368 Project Management
  • ORG BEH 370 Quality/Performance Excellence
  • ORG BEH 390 Seminar: Labor Relations
  • ORG BEH 391 Seminar: Negotiating Strategies