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BMGT 480 - Cross-Cultural Management

4 Credit(s)
This course covers an in depth understanding of national and global multiculturalism. The course concentrates on both theory and concepts of leadership and their application in resolving economic, ethical, religious, social, political, and scientific conflicts arising from differentiated frameworks used by various cultures. Topics include Multicultural Mentorship—experiential learning to develop individual vision and foster teamwork, multiculturalism and its historical and current dimensions, nationally and globally. The course will include exercises, project work, field studies, web-based research reports, and case studies of real life cultural experiences. The workshop approach focuses on building conflict resolution skills needed to improve the workplace relationships by understanding and applying the concepts of leadership. In practice, students will learn both concepts and techniques of communications, mediation, win-lose and win-win negotiations, and Alternate Dispute Resolution procedures. An added feature of this course is learning creative problem-solving by developing sensitivity to Native American, Hispanic, black American, white American, as well as global cultures including Asia (China, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan), Latin America, European Union, Middle East, and Africa.  Previously listed as BUS 203

Prerequisite(s): c/i.



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