Academics

Organization Management      

Organization Management Requirements

Minimum 52 semester hours of transferable credits from accredited colleges or universities with a 2.0 G.PA. or above.  Eight core abilities must be demonstrated before graduation, including English, Math, Speech, Computers, History, Humanities, Social Science and Science.  Completion of 42 credit hours of academic core courses and a combined total of 124 credit hours to graduate.

B.S. in  Organization Management  (124 hours)
The following are required for a baccalaureate degree in:

  1. 52  hours:  Transfer Hours (Minimum)

  2. 42  hours:  Upper Level Courses in Major

    ORMN 405  Dynamics of Organizational Behavior
    ORMN 408  Marketing
    ORMN 415  Economics for Managers
    ORMN 421  Writing and Research Development
    ORMN 425  Integrated Com. in Organizations
    ORMN 431  Business Mathematics
    ORMN 435  Liberal Studies I
    ORMN 440  The Management and Supervision of Human Resources  
    ORMN 443  Supervisory Management
    ORMN 445  Essentials for Accounting and Finance for Managers
    ORMN 450 Liberal Studies II
    ORMN 455 Business Ethics, Social Responsibility and Management
    ORMN 460  Strategic Management
    ORMN 463  Integrative Project

  3. 30  hours:  Additional Requirements


Computer Networking Concentration (CISCO) (12 hours)
The following four courses are required:

  • CMIS 113 Introduction to Computer Networks

  • CMIS 213 Internetworking and TCP/IP

  • CMIS 313 Network Switching and VLANS

  • CMIS 413 WANs and Network Services

Human Resources Concentration (15 hours)
The following five courses are required:

  • ORMN 467 Employment Law in the Workplace

  • ORMN 470 Compensation and Benefits

  • ORMN 473 Labor Relations

  • ORMN 476 Training and Development

  • ORMN 480 Strategic Management of Human Resources

Quality Assurance Concentration (12 hours)
The following four courses are required:

  • ORMN 471 A Survey of Quality

  • ORMN 475 Measurement and Testing

  • ORMN 482 Quality Communications, Documentation and Auditing

  • ORMN 484 Capstone

Working Class Studies (15 hours)
The following five courses are required:

  • ORMN 485 Jobs and Justice in a Global Economy

  • ORMN 486 Labor and Society: Democracy at Work

  • ORMN 488 Workers’ Rights: Laws and Contracts

  • ORMN 490 Healthy Work and Green Jobs

  • ORMN 492 Organizing for Justice


These courses are open to all students as elective courses.

Post Baccalaureate Computer Networking Certificate (CISCO) (12 hours)
The following four courses are required:

  • CMIS 113 Introduction to Computer Networks

  • CMIS 213 Internetworking and TCP/IP

  • CMIS 313 Network Switching and VLANS

  • CMIS 413 WANs and Network Services

Post Baccalaureate Human Resources Certificate (18 hours)
The Human Resources Certificate is restricted to students who already hold a baccalaureate degree in business, management, or a related field. The following six courses are required:

  • ORMN 440 The Management and Supervision of Human Resources

  • ORMN 467 Employment Law in the Workplace

  • ORMN 470 Compensation and Benefits

  • ORMN 473 Labor Relations

  • ORMN 476 Training and Development

  • ORMN 480 Strategic Management of Human Resources

Post Baccalaureate Quality Assurance Certificate (12 hours)
The Quality Assurance Certificate is restricted to students who already hold a baccalaureate degree in business, management, or a related field. The following four courses are required:

  • ORMN 471 A Survey of Quality

  • ORMN 475 Measurement and Testing

  • ORMN 482 Quality Communications, Documentation and Auditing

  • ORMN 484 Capstone

Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Working Class Studies (15 hours)
The Certificate in Working Class Studies is restricted to students who already hold a baccalaureate degree in a related field or who have relevant professional experience. The following five courses are required:

  • ORMN 485 Jobs and Justice in a Global Economy

  • ORMN 486 Labor and Society: Democracy at Work

  • ORMN 488 Workers’ Rights: Laws and Contracts

  • ORMN 490 Healthy Work and Green Jobs

  • ORMN 492 Organizing for Justice