Organizational Dynamics Concentration | Los Angeles Pacific University

Organizational Dynamics
 

Concentration Overview


The Organizational Dynamics concentration prepares students to specialize in designing and implementing innovative and strategic corporate-wide change initiatives designed to advance the organization’s sustainability and long-term viability. Students develop the key organizational skills necessary to analyze an industry and implement change initiatives to ensure a competitive advantage for the long-term viability of their firm or organization.

Organizational Dynamics

This 15-unit concentration requires the following coursework:

Coursework

15 Credits

BUSN 350

Marketing and E-Commerce

3 Credits

This course examines the theories and practices of marketing products domestically and globally. The course offers an in-depth study of the primary concepts of marketing and the transition to E-Commerce and how social media has changed advertising and the distribution of products and services. Learners examine the concept of global homogenization and consumer behavior.

BUSN 395

Project Management

3 Credits

Examination of the processes, best practices, and tools used for effective project management. Students evaluate project requirements and plan for a project implementation using industry standard methods, analyze implementation requirements for global project management, and examine project management roles across disciplines.

ISYS 380

Information Systems Management

3 Credits

This course provides an introduction to the functions of information systems and how systems aid firms in creating value while maximizing efficiency and increasing competitiveness. Learners evaluate systems design, database management, networking communications, security, privacy, policy, legal and ethical issues associated with technology.

ORGS 360

Organizational Analysis

3 Credits

This course analyzes the organization in relation to competitors in the global industry. Leaders evaluate the driving forces of the industry and develop key strategies to provide the organization with a competitive advantage. Leaders forecast technological and environmental changes and implement initiates enabling organizations to positively leverage the changes.

PSYC 460

Motivation

3 Credits

Explores research and perspectives on experimental and applied analyses of behavior that impact motivation. Addresses the application of methods for effective motivation in a variety of settings. Prerequisite: PSYC 105 Introduction to Psychology

Total Credits

15 Credits

This information is current for this academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the Academic Catalog for more information.

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Potential Careers


Management positions, governmental organizations, international institutions, ministry organizations, churches, and firms.

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