Leadership and Organizational Behavior

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a broad knowledge of leadership and organizational behavior. Students will examine a range of topics including but not limited to leadership, decision making, and inclusion. Upon completion of this course, students should understand leadership and organizational behavior issues plaguing the current workplace and be able to develop solutions and strategies to appropriately address and remedy these workplace issues.

Sport Organizational Behavior and Development

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a broad knowledge of organizational issues in sport. Students will examine a range of topics including but not limited to leadership, culture, organizational change, and inclusion. Upon completion of this course, students should have an understanding of leadership and organizational behavior issues plaguing the current sport workplace and be able to develop solutions and strategies to appropriately address and remedy these sport workplace issues.

Diversity, Inclusion, and the Future of Work

The purpose of this three-credit course is to provide students with a broad introduction to diversity and inclusion in business. Students will examine a range of topics including but not limited to dimensions of diversity, unconscious bias, inclusive leadership, global cultural competency, and allyship. Upon completion of this course, students should understand how the various dimensions of diversity, techniques for developing an inclusive culture, and how competency in these areas will influence the future of work.

Women in Sport Business

The purpose of this one-credit course is to provide students with a broad introduction to the experiences, barriers, opportunities, and networking for women in sport business. Students will examine a range of topics including but not limited to women in leadership, sexism and gender under-representation, networking, personal branding, managing up, negotiating, and other topics uniquely relevant to women working in sport business. Upon completion of this course, students should understand how the various dimensions of the gendered workplace influences the experiences of women in sport.

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