Organizational Sciences (B.A. or B.S.)

Required course work includes the university requirements (see regulation J-3), the general requirements for either the B.A. or B.S. degree, and:

ORGS 110Governance in Small Organizations3
or ORGS 210 Introduction to Organizational Sciences
ORGS 320Budgeting for Small Organizations1
ORGS 321Workplace Motivation1
ORGS 322Workplace Soft Skills1
ORGS 410Capstone Project in Organizational Sciences1-6
ORGS 444Methods and Analysis in Organizational Science4
Select three courses from the following:9
Introduction to Anthropology
Introduction to Business Enterprises
Introduction to Communication Studies
Media and Society
Financial Literacy
Introduction to Political Science and American Government
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Specialization
Select one of the following specializations:21-24
Total Hours41-49

Organizational Communication

Select 6 courses from COMM and 2 from other disciplines for this specialization:24
Interpersonal Communication
Intercultural Communication
Persuasion
Seminar
Conflict Management
Applied Business and Professional Communication
Gender and Communication
Organizational Communication
Nonprofit Fundraising
Persuasive Writing
Principles of Advertising
Critical Issues in Mass Media
Mass Media and Public Opinion
Nonprofit Organizations
Seminar
Advanced Nonprofit Organizations
Planning Professional Conferences and Events
Introduction to Social Psychology
Group Dynamics
Human Relations in the Workplace
Total Hours24

Organizations and Communities

Select seven courses from the following:21
Intercultural Communication
Persuasion
Conflict Management
Applied Business and Professional Communication
Organizational Communication
Nonprofit Fundraising
Entrepreneurship
Introduction to Integrated Media Campaigns
Introduction to Management
Nonprofit Organizations
Seminar
Special Topics 1
Advanced Nonprofit Organizations
Planning Professional Conferences and Events
Planning Professional Conferences and Events Laboratory
Personnel
Training and Performance Support
Public Administration
Introduction to Social Psychology
Group Dynamics
Human Relations in the Workplace
Introduction to Diversity and Stratification
A second major, an academic minor, an academic certificate, or a CLASS approved emphasis 2
Total Hours21
Courses to total 120 credits for this degree