Small Business Management Undergraduate Academic Certificate
All required coursework must be completed with a grade of 'C' or better (O-10-a).
|MHR 310||Leading Organizations and People||3|
|MHR 311||Introduction to Management||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
or ENTR 415
|New Venture Creation|
|Acquiring Human Capital|
|Managing Reward Systems|
|Deploying and Developing Human Capital|
|Managing Organization Design and Leading Changes|
|Maintaining Employee and Labor Relations|
Courses to total 12 credits for this Certificate.
- The student will be able to evaluate the benefits and costs of starting a new business.
- The student will be more strategic in their entrepreneurial thinking.
- The student will develop a strong understanding of business models and how to pitch a new business idea.
- The student will be able to analyze business, industry, and economic information and data, and be able to gauge its relevance to feasibility & managerial decision-making in an entrepreneurial environment
- The student will develop a strong understanding of the principles that guide effective planning, organizing, leadership, and control in small organizations, large businesses, family businesses and start-ups.
- The student will understand the principles and practices that help a company attract and acquire talented and motivated human capital.
- The student will develop a strong understanding of human resource planning, including succession planning and practices needed to address temporary gaps in talent.
- The student will understand the interplay between business needs and the training and development of employees.
- The student will acquire the ability to design, execute, and evaluate effective training and leadership development programs.
- The student will be able to identify and solve organizational design problems taking the business idea and different stakeholder interests as a point of departure.
- The student will be able to analyze issues related to organizational design and identify potential processes of organizational design change.
- The student will understand the importance of strategic human resource management and how it contributes to enhancing organizational effectiveness.