|Course Number||Course Title||Day & Time||Course Fee||Register|
|MAN 320F||Foundations of Management and Organizational Behavior-WB||Online||$850.00|
Course Type: On-Demand Online
- Students can participate from any location with a reliable high-speed internet connection. No set meeting times.
- Some courses require exams that must be taken in-person at an approved testing center. Details are in the course description below.
- Courses are organized into a series of lessons with set deadlines for completing assignments throughout the semester.
- Students set their own schedule for watching lectures and other videos, and for completing assigned work, so long as deadlines are met.
This is a survey course in organizational behavior designed to give you exposure to essential theories and concepts for analyzing, understanding, and managing human behavior in organizations. We will tie concrete organizational situations to essential theories and effective management practices. In this course, you will investigate:
- Individual behavior in organizations, including personality, decision-making, personal networks, and ethics.
- Interpersonal behavior, including teamwork, conflict, leadership, and power and influence.
- Organizational factors affecting behavior, including reward systems, culture, and organizational design.
View a detailed description of MAN 320F.
This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework.
The final exam must be taken in a proctored location, with arrangements to be made by the student. Exam proctoring fees are not included in the course fee.
Textbook(s) and Materials
All materials for this course (readings, cases, practice problems and quizzes, etc.) have been embedded electronically within the UT Canvas learning management system. Before you can access the materials, you must pay for your materials via a portal within the course. No additional bookstore fees are required.
Official UT Austin Course Description:
An introduction to the management of organizations. Issues are addressed from the perspectives of strategy and planning, organizational behavior, and operations management.