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OLC-605 Operations and Technol Mgmt

This course will examine value-chain functions such as product-process design, quality management, supply chain management and workforce management in order to understand the resource-based view of strategic advantage for the organization. Students will examine strategic management of operations utilizing to support the value-chain functions of operations management.

OLC-610 Managerial Decision Analysis

This course will focus on how managers think clearly and make effective decisions. Students will examine and apply several models of decision-making. Innovative, critical, emotional and futuristic thinking will all be explored by the students in this course

OLC-615 Topics in Orgnizational Mgmt

This course will provide an overview of contemporary topics related to organization effectiveness. Students will be required to leverage application, theory and research as they develop skills in talent management, organization learning, and strategy formation and implementation. Students will obtain skills in identifying and developing high potential talent for the purpose of competitive advantage.

OLC-620 Strategic Leadership

The strategy process represents an essential opportunity for organizational leaders to establish, implement, and guide the organization's direction. This course introduces students to the principal theorists and practices of contemporary strategic thinking. Students will focus on strategic analysis of case materials and the strategic practices of students� organizations.

OMC-100 Managerial Decision-Making

This class helps participants become better decision-makers by thinking better and more coherently. Topics covered include: assessing your thinking skills, challenging strongly held assumptions, discerning how perceptions color thinking processes, developing group thinking skills, building reflective thinking into the workday, and discriminating between data, information, knowledge, and wisdom.

OMC-105 Professional and Personal Dev

All of us are going somewhere in life. Few of us are going there on purpose. Those few with purpose have created a vision for their lives, and have passionately lived that vision with joy-filled focus. This class provides a model for creating your personal roadmap to an intentional life, which includes defining your personal mission statement, life vision, and legacy. Discover the power of professional success without compromising your quality of life. Live a life that leaves a legacy...that�s

OMC-106 Value Base Goal Setting

In this course students will learn about values-based goal-setting, designed to help you define and achieve your goals and dreams. Breakthrough to the �core� of what you really want to do. Use this personal �laboratory� to dig deeper, discover your passion and develop an action plan for success. .

OMC10X OMC10X Managerial Decision Making

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OMC110 OMC110 Vocation is Bigger than Job

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OMC-115 Effective Thinking

Is your thinking fine tuned? Is it balanced? Flawed? Full of biases? Swayed by emotions inappropriately? The quality of a person�s thinking is directly correlated to the quality of their life. This workshop is a fast-paced thinking workout where students examine the gaps in their own thinking processes and become better decision-makers as a result.

OMC-200 Negotiations

The course will focus on increasing the understanding of the negotiating process and on increasing the skill level for negotiating by focusing on preparation, interest identification, strategies and tactics, listening skills, collaborative negotiations, competitive negotiations and options outside of negotiation. Emphasis will be given to win/win collaborative negotiations as well as how to deal with competitive negotiations.

OMC201 OMC201 Wisdom for Leaders

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OMC202 OMC202 Successful Selling Strategies

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OMC-203 Introduction to Six Sigma

With Six Sigma training, we learn to use tools that enable us to solve fundamental problems in complex processes and to make better decisions. This class introduces the student to the five phases of the Six Sigma performance improvement disciplines, and, it explains the basic approach to data-driven decision making. Attendees will become familiar with the Six Sigma terminology, and, they will gain an entry-level familiarity with the basic tools that will be used in their future Six Sigma

OMC-204 Bus Mgmt for Entrepreneurs

This full day seminar featuring Barbara Winter, will show you how to connect, nurture and unleash the attitudes and thinking you need to success at entrepreneurial business administration. Attendees will cover concepts including: what makes entrepreneurs different, how to recognize and eliminate employee thinking, six power tools that smart entrepreneurs use, how to deal with an up and down cash flow, why small is the new big, expanding circles of influence, creating tipping points, seeing

OMC-205 Management Skill Building

Learn principles and techniques for conflict resolution, goal setting, stress and time management and active listening skills. This course consists of mini-lectures, discussion, class activities and evaluating actual situations.

OMC-206 Intellectual Property Law

Students will learn the top level concepts of patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, and related law. Students will be expected to identify legal issues arising from patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret law in typical business situations. Students will understand the basics of contract formation. Course material will be placed in the context of the American legal system through a brief introduction to the American common law system.

OMC210 OMC210 Employee Recognition & Retent

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OMC212 OMC212 Management Systems

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OMC-214 Org Dev Cert Program

This 7-week program will not only provide you with an overview of organization development (OD) and the role of the OD practitioner but will also teach you how to apply OD principles and techniques to increase performance in the workplace. OD is a unique blend of art and science. It is a relatively new professional area and the term OD can mean many different things a:� Professional field that applies behavioral science knowledge and practices to help organizations achieve success in terms of

OMC215 OMC215 Ethical Issues in Management

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OMC-220 Behavioral Style Concepts

An in-depth study of the concepts of behavioral styles and how they can be applied in the work environment to improve relationships. This course goes beyond the typical approach of recognizing ones own style and delves into recognizing styles in others and using behavioral versatility as a communication tool. Participants will leave with effective tools that they can begin applying immediately.

OMC225 OMC225 Lrng Workforce:Unique Strat

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OMC226 OMC226 Message Behind Attitude

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OMC-227 Trust: A Leadership Competency

The course will cover the personal competencies as outlined in Stephen M. R. Covey's 2006 book The Speed of Trust: The One thing that changes everything. Class participants will review the competencies of; self-trust, relationship trust, stakeholder trust and inspiring trust.

OMC228 OMC228 Writing for Business

This course will cover the study and practice of writing required in business, including such products as letters, memos, emails, proposals, resumes, and reports. In-class and out-of-class exercises will focus on correcting common errors in grammar and usage.

OMC-229 Writing for Community Impact

Writing for Community Impact will equip future leaders with the communication tools they need to influence community thought and action. The five week, 2 1/2 hour course will take students through a progressive series of writing assignments-beginning with letters-to-the-editor; advancing through articles, editorials, and commentary; and culminating in the essay.

OMC-230 Team Building in Workplace

This one-day course centers on the ingredients to making successful organizations work. Team-work will be put into a historic context, as well as applied to real-life business issues. We will discuss the importance of the teams within an organization, how they work together, synthesize their individual skills into meeting business goals, and use a creative approach to problems as they arise. The central theme will be a �big-picture� view of the importance of people working as teams to build a

OMC-250 Career Management

This seminar will develop the necessary skills and attitudes to achieve career and lifesatisfaction. Participants will discuss the following questions and work toward their resolution: How does my personality fit with my current position? How can I find a better fit? How do I diversify (balance) my work life, home life, personal life, and spiritual life? What is my mission and purpose in this world?

OMC-251 Continuous Personal Growth

Continuous personal growth and improvement: if this is not a goal of yours, then you are less likely to succeed in today�s workplace. Much of one�s productivity is determined by one�s inner states rather than the availability, the technologies, and work processes. Learn how to harness one�s inner states and develop them to become a more effective person and worker. Find out what is holding you back on the road to inner improvement.

OMC-252 Creative Problem Solving

In this course, we will examine various forms of creative problem solving. We will look at a variety of techniques that a group can use to solve problems effectively. We will also examine how to improve individual creativity and enhance environments for creative thinking.

OMC-253 Cross Generational Management

This course is designed to give managers the necessary knowledge and important skills to successfully build a productive team that spans generational boundaries. Students discuss methods of assessing the generational friendliness of organizations and creating a welcoming place for veterans, boomers, Xers, and nexters.

OMC-254 Cross-generation Mgmt II: Appl

The second level Cross-generational Management course is for students who have learned the concepts of cross-generational management and would like to implement the theories of generational models into their workplace. This class deals with a brief overview of learned material. The next phase of this learning process occurs with an in-depth study on a generational learning objective. This desired workplace implementation would be the featured case study for the final paper for this class.

OMC-255 Bldg Emotional Intelligence

This class focuses on emotional intelligence and the need for individuals to recognize and manage their own emotions before focusing on leading others. The core of quality leadership starts with an individual and their actions. There is mounting evidence that how people feel about themselves and their work, as well as how open they are to engaging in dialogue, valuing others, to sharing ideas, and to making the most of informal and creative collaboration affects how effectively they manage

OMC256 OMC256 Explor Comm Style Across Cult

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OMC257 OMC257 Perform Review: Makg Them Work

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OMC258 OMC258 Small Business Symposium

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OMC259 OMC259 Intercultural Communication

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OMC260 OMC260 Creat Web Based Sm Business

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OMC-261 Coaching Thry & Appl

Many people are curious about what coaching is and how to apply it.This class offers an extensive review of different coaching types, defining what coaching is, the distinction between student, individual, team, organizational, business, executive, systematic, dissertation and ontological coaching. Also, students can determine how coaching fits into their businesses, and how to measure results. Participants will understand the cutting edge concepts of the coaching world.

OMC265 OMC265 Advanced Negotiations

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OMC-299 Intrinsic Coach Development

This course contains the foundational philosophy, attitudes and skills of Intrinsic Coaching. It addresses 1-1 coaching, group and team coaching, and an Intrinsic Coaching approach to any organizational activity including employee development, education, training, and impacting workplace culture and employee health and productivity.

OMC310 OMC310 Dynamics of Group/Org Behavior

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OMC311 OMC311 Group Dynamics

Students study group behavior and development, especially focusing on relationships of groups within organizations. Students examine organizational complexity, learn to analyze group and individual decision-making techniques, determine various roles within organizational groups, and identify decision-making skills and effective collaborative styles for efficient group management.

OMC-312 Organizational Thry & Behavior

The emphasis of this course is to understand organizational behavioral theories and models, with a focus on the individual, the group, and the organization as a whole. Topics will include understanding and improving behavior, human elements, motivation, social dynamics, and the impact of culture.

OMC315 OMC315 Personal Resources:Assess/Appl

Students critically examine life experiences within the contet of a learning model, identify personal and professional traits and skills and evaluate personal strengths and weaknesses. This foundation is used to develop learning strategies, identify and understand the implementaion of personal goals, and anticipate professional opportunities.

OMC320 OMC320 Systems Management

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OMC321 OMC321 Systems Management

This course provides an overview of systems management and systems thinking in organizations with an emphasis on identifying patterns and relationships within the system as a whole. Systems concepts are used to discuss the analysis of organizations, facilitation of change, and solutions to organizational problems.

OMC325 OMC325 Research Methods

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OMC326 OMC326 Research Methodologies

Basic research methodologies are explored in the context of organizational management. Professional research articles are evaluated and analyzed with an emphasis on reading and understanding research. Basic statistical terms and concepts are taught and analyzed. Students also focus on the writing tasks of the research process. Many assignments dovetail with the synthesis project.

OMC330 OMC330 Interpers & Org Relationships

Students examine communications and other interpersonal relationship skills that are essential for creating a productive work environment. Effective personal and social relationships are studied through readings and exercises that explore non-verbal communication, constructive feedback, and conflict resolution. Students research and develop a model for effective relationships.

OMC335 OMC335 Managerial Communication

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OMC-340 Applied Synthesis Project 1

Students learn professional presentation skills and then combine research and theory to develop individualized synthesis projects which examine research problems and answer a particular research question that has specific application in their occupation or avocation. This project is completed more independently than the other courses, synthesizing information from the rest of the program. Students learn significant skills in research and writing, project management, written and oral

OMC350 OMC350 Electronic Collaboration

This course explores electronic collaboration within an organizational context. Students study the societal, economic, and individual impact of computer-mediated communication as it relates to knowledge, global information sharing, relationships, community, and trust; and how these elements transform and enhance an organization. Students examine the impact of innovation and change for various electronic communication mediums. Students also explore how professionals can leverage electronic

OMC360 OMC360 Personal & Organizl Finance

Students explore major elements of personal finance as a foundation for understanding the major principles of organizational finance management. Topics focus on time value of money, assest and liabilities, credit, budgeting, capital spending, and evaluating financial strengths and weaknesses.

OMC410 OMC410 Organizational Behavior

Organizational Behavior is an interdisciplinary field of study and practice that investigates the impact of individuals, groups, structure, and environment on work organizations. Students examine motivation, decision making, organizational structure, and processes that shape organizational analysis and change management. Case studies are a primary element of learning.

OMC415 OMC415 Biblical Christianity

Students study selected Old and New Testament texts and explore the historical BIblical perspective of Christianity in the context of graceand the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Students learn how religious issues have been addressed and incorporated in different eras of history. Students learn how Christianity has shaped elements of culture and organizational life, how Biblical principles can shape individuals for strong leadership roles, and how to better understand Christians in the workplace

OMC420 OMC420 Dimensions of Diversity

Students use literature and interviews to explore the values, beliefs, customs and perceptions represented in various kinds of diversity that affect social and economic life. The obligations and implications of equal opportunity are explored. Concepts of culture, social class and power are developed.

OMC425 OMC425 Principles of Mgmt/Supervision

Students examine management and leadership theories and their application to individual and group functioning in work/home situations. The key elements of Management explored are: Planning, Organizing, Leadership, and Controlling (Accountability). Management and supervision styles and techniques are analyzed to understand the potential solutions to current organizational problems.

OMC430 OMC430 Innovative Marketing

The five Ps of marketing�place, price, product, promotion, and people�are at the center of this course. Students will examine the building blocks of the five Ps within the context of understanding and researching the customer�s needs and wants.

OMC-435 Values & Ethics

Students examine issues of accountability in government and business regarding human rights and ethics through readings, classroom discussion, and debates. Students develop a system for making ethical decisions in their personal lives as well as in public and employment situations. Both ethical theory and personal values are explored.

OMC440 OMC440 Applied Synthesis Project II

This course is the culmination of the synthesis project that has been developed throughout the program (see OMC 340). Students submit their complete written Synthesis Project and give a formal presentation of the Project�s content to the instructor and the cohort.

OMC450 OMC450 Organiz Policy & Strategy

Organizational Policy and Strategy is the capstone course in this curriculum. This course explores how leaders make effective decisions that shape organizational policy and strategy. Students will synthesize the material from most of their other modules in this class. The class depends heavily upon a variety of simulations and analysis papers.

OMC612 OMC612 Organizational Thry & Behavior

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OMC651 OMC651 Continuous Persnl Growth & Dev

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OMC652 OMC652 Creative Problem Solving

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OMC653 OMC653 Cross Generational Management

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OMC655 OMC655 Bldg Emotional Intelligence

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OMC656 OMC656 Exploring Communication Styles

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OMC658 OMC658 Small Business Symposium

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OMC659 OMC659 Intercult Comm Wrkshp

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OMC-699 Intrinsic Coach Development

This course contains the foundational philosophy, attitudes and skills of Intrinsic Coaching. It addresses 1-1 coaching, group and team coaching, and an Intrinsic Coaching approach to any organizational activity including employee development, education, training, and impacting workplace culture and employee health and productivity.

OMG-500 Management Foundations

An introduction is given to the philosophy and methodological approach underlying the Master of Arts in Organizational Management. This course focuses on skills used throughout the curriculum including critical thinking, creative thinking, continuous learning, and the use of the Internet and other available electronic data sources.

OMG-501 Human Resource Foundations

This course provides concentrated learning in employee performance methods, pay and reward systems, employee benefits programs, and total compensation systems. Topics include the strategic role total compensation plays in organizations and the dynamics of alternative pay systems.

OMG-505 Organizational Theory/Behavior

This course promotes the understanding and use of General Systems Theory and its applications in identifying, interpreting, and solving problems within complex organizations. It also examines management theory to see how it has led to current theories such as organizational learning and self-directed management.

OMG-506 HR Org Theory and Behavior

This course examines the full scope of human resources activities. It covers a broad list of key functional areas such as Staffing, Human Resource Planning, HR Strategy, HR Legal, Performance Management, Training and Development, and Organizational Learning.

OMG-510 Human Resource Management

An overview is given of major functions and concepts regarding the management and administration of human resources in the organization including: recruitment, development, motivation, compensation, benefits administration, employee relations, and human resource information systems.

OMG-511 Total Compensation

This course provides concentrated learning in employee performance methods, pay and reward systems, employee benefits programs, and total compensation systems. Topics include the strategic role total compensation plays in organizations and the dynamics of alternative pay systems.

OMG-515 Management and Leadership

Different theories of leadership and management styles are introduced and what their impact is on organizational structure, productivity, decision making, resource allocation, and human resource development. This course will analyze how leadership is not only different from management but also more effective in today's workplace.

OMG-516 Staffing Models and Retention

This is an advanced course in recruitment, selection, and retention. Case studies on modern and creative recruitment strategies will be explored, along with effective retention methods. The course will also cover testing methods, applicant assessment, and employment engagement methods and the laws and regulations impacting staffing in organizations.

OMG-520 Managerial Finance

The practical aspects of the strategic and operational roles of accounting and finance are explored, including applications of strategic planning, budgeting, financial performance, and fiscal and ethical responsibility in a global market.

OMG-525 Productivity and Quality

Students will explore the concepts and theories underlying Total Quality Management and Continuous Improvement Processes in manufacturing and service environments. This course includes re-engineering, innovation, and Six Sigma as practical tools for improving productivity.

OMG-530 Managerial Research Meth/Desgn

This course examines the various research methodologies used in organizational settings. It provides an overview of quantitative and qualitative methodologies including research design, data collection and analysis, interviewing, case studies, and action science. The philosophy, ethics, and politics of management research are introduced. Students will begin work on their Capstone during this course.

OMG-535 Managing in an Information Age

This course focuses on the way in which business strategy is served by information technology. It also explains the tools and techniques that help to ensure that information systems strategies are in line with strategic organizational needs. Concepts introduced include maximizing the value of individual knowledge work and how it can improve personal productivity.

OMG-540 Legal Environment for Managers

This course covers legal issues that managers face in operating organizations in today's complex environment. The ubiquitous nature of our legal environment necessitates managers being able to recognize legal issues, understand the policy reasons behind the law, and effectively comply with governmental regulation. Students will study the foundations of the U.S. legal system, the public and international environment, the private environment, and the regulatory environment.

OMG-545 Ethics of Leading/Managing

Students explore the ethical dimension of organizational life from the perspective of Christian vocational ethics and values and how values and ethics are incorporated into the organizational decision-making process. This course also focuses on values formation, self-understanding in an ethical context, and the construction of a personal model of ethical decision making congruent with personal values.

OMG-550 Strategic Thinking

This course examines the role of the leader in the development of coherent strategic plans and the articulation of short- and long-range plans. It examines the systemic interrelationships among the topics introduced in earlier program courses.

OMG-551 Strategic Human Resource Mgmt

This course will emphasize the strategic nature of human resources management (HRM). It will focus on the importance of Alignment of HR responsibilities with the organization's mission and HR's role as a partner in planning and executing the business plan.

OMG552 OMG552 Camp Bus Policy & Strat

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OMG-555 Capstone Seminar

Provides students with an opportunity to synthesize and demonstrate mastery of the key elements introduced during the Master of Arts in Organizational Management program. Students will present the results of a self-directed capstone. This could be a case study, action research, literature review, or various other form of quantitative or qualitative research.

OMG-605 Action Research-Capstone Comp

This course will help students complete their final capstone deliverable in the Master of Arts in Organization Management program. In this course students will define their topic, develop a literature review, establish a data collection plan, collect data, and draw actionable conclusions. Students will submit deliverables throughout the course and those combined deliverables will be the final product for the course.

OMG-610 Capstone Completion: MAOM

This course is designed to help MAOM students complete their capstone project. The class will cover various options for completing the capstone. Specifically, students will receive help in formulating a Capstone problem or question; writing a literature review; deciding upon a practical outcome; understanding different research methodologies; choosing appropriate methodologies; and creating a timeline for completion.

OML-300 Group Dynamics & Org Cult Available online

In this course, students study group behavior and development, especially focusing on relationships of groups within organizations. Students examine organizational complexity, learn to analyze group and individual decision making techniques, determine various roles within organizational groups, and identify decision making skills and effective collaborative styles for efficient group management within the complexities of varying organizational cultures.

OML-310 Systems Theory & Org Behav Available online

This course trains leaders to observe and manage patterns and relationships within the organizational system as a whole, especially the impact of individuals, groups, structure, and environment on motivation and decision making. Organizational Systems concepts are used to analyze organizational behavior, facilitate and manage change, and find creative ways for leaders to address unique organizational behavior issues in positive ways.

OML-311 Group Dynamics

Students study group behavior and development, especially focusing on relationships of groups within organizations. Students examine organizational complexity, learn to analyze group and individual decision-making techniques, determine various roles within organizational groups, and identify decision-making skills and effective collaborative styles for efficient group management.

OML312 OML312 Group Dynamics

Students study group behavior and development, especially focusing on relationships of groups within organizations. Students examine organizational complexity, learn to analyze group and individual decision making techniques, determine various roles within organizational groups, and identify decision making skills and effective collaborative styles for efficient group management.

OML-315 Personal Ldrshp: Assess & Appl

Students critically examine life experiences within the context of a learning model, identify personal and professional traits and skills and evaluate personal strengths and weaknesses. This foundation is used to develop learning strategies, identify and understand the implementation of personal goals, and anticipate professional opportunities.

OML-320 Org Res & Decision Making Available online

This course explores basic research methodologies in the context of organizational management. Professional research articles are evaluated and analyzed with an emphasis on reading and understanding research. Basic statistical terms and concepts are taught and analyzed. Students also focus on the writing tasks of the research process. Many assignments dovetail with the synthesis project which is developed throughout the OML program, ending with OML 450.

OML-321 Systems Management

This course provides an overview of systems management and systems thinking in organizations with an emphasis on identifying patterns and relationships within the system as a whole. Systems concepts are used to discuss the analysis of organizations, facilitation of change, and solutions to organizational problems.

OML-322 Systems Management

This course provides an overview of systems management and systems thinking in organizations with an emphasis on identifying patterns and relationships within the system as a whole. Systems concepts are used to discuss the analysis of organizations, facilitation of change, and solutions to organizational problems.

OML-326 Research Methodologies

Basic research methodologies are explored in the context of organizational management. Professional research articles are evaluated and analyzed with an emphasis on reading and understanding research. Basic statistical terms and concepts are taught and analyzed. Students also focus on the writing tasks of the research process. Many assignments dovetail with the synthesis project.

OML-330 Strat Plng & Project Mgmt Available online

This course addresses the practical aspects of working with teams in a project environment. Students will learn the basics of strategic planning theories, effective project management, and applications that contribute toward organizational success, along with a functional application of project management software that helps manage the research project and other organizational challenges

OML-340 Interpers & Intercult Comm Available online

This course explores interpersonal and organizational communication strategies and interpersonal relationship skills essential for creating a productive work environment in the diverse intercultural and global setting of the United States. Students explore language, non-verbal communication, context, constructive dialog, and global and multi-cultural implications of effective communication on an organizational setting as they explore the values, beliefs, customs and perceptions represented in

OML-360 Financial Decision Making

Students explore major concepts of corporate finance within an organizational context, including basic accounting terms, budgeting, time value of money, and global considerations. Students learn to use standard financial tools to make business assessments and financial decisions important for managers in any organization.

OML-410 Financial & Strategic Ldrshp Available online

This course explores major concepts of corporate finance within an organizational context, including basic accounting terms, budgeting, the time-value of money, and global considerations. Students learn to use standard financial tools that allow accurate business assessments leading to effective financial decisions important for leaders and managers in any organization. Financial analysis and strategic planning integrate in a culminating case study.

OML-415 Biblical Christianity

Students study selected Old and New Testament texts and explore the historical Biblical perspective of Christianity in the context of grace and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Students learn how religious issues have been addressed and incorporated in different eras of history. Students learn how Christianity has shaped elements of culture and organizational life, how Biblical principles can shape individuals for strong leadership roles, and how to better understand Christians in the workplace

OML-420 Personal & Org Mgmt Available online

Students examine key elements of management and leadership theory, including planning, organizing, motivation, feedback, and accountability. Students will analyze management and supervision styles and techniques to develop creative solutions to personal and organizational issues.

OML-425 Mgmt & Organiz Leadership

Students examine management and leadership theories and their application to individual and group functioning in work/home situations. The key elements of Management explored are: Planning, Organizing, Leadership, and Controlling (Accountability). Management and supervision styles and techniques are analyzed to understand the potential solutions to current organizational problems.

OML-430 Innovative Marketing Available online

Students use market research skills and the Five P�s of Marketing (place,price, product, promotion and people) as the context for understanding and researching customer needs and wants, advertising, branding, and market niches, all leading up to the development of a Marketing Plan.

OML-435 Philosophy of Values & Ethics

Students examine issues of accountability in government and business regarding human rights and ethics through readings, classroom discussions, and debates. Students develop a system for making ethical decisions in their personal lives as well as in public and employment situations. Both ethical theory and personal values are explored.

OML-440 Applied Synthesis Project Available online

This course is the culmination of the synthesis project that has been developed throughout the program. Students submit their complete written synthesis project and give a formal presentation of the project�s content to the instructor and the cohort.

OML-450 Pers & Org Values & Ethical Ld Available online

In this final capstone course, students explore and assess their personal value systems, organizational mission and values, and diverse global characteristics, and explore their moral and ethical base to develop strategies for leading and managing from that ethical foundation in a Christian and secular context.

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