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With the rise of technology use and the prolific integration of internet and web-technologies in everyday life, social communication has been enabled to instantaneously broadcast messages with global visibility of media (text, pictures, videos, blogs, tweets, etc.). Institutions of society from private industry, education and politics have been directly impacted and compelled to adapt and manage these types of social media. Relationships and how individuals and groups interact with one another have been challenged by social media and raised concerns of privacy, authenticity and culture. The practical use and management of social media by individuals, businesses, and organizations is fundamental to their success as well as how well they can craft their online identity - given the expediency of the technology.


Explaining how and why the world’s countries differ is fundamental in appreciating and managing expectations in addition to identifying the obstacles frequently faced by managers. The differences can be language, cultural, political, ethics and common business protocols. The way to overcome and be successful in managing internationally is to increase the awareness that there are differences; appreciate the differences and their significance in business; and, formulate strategies for managing those differences in the context of business.

The ability to manage internationally is determined by the way the organization is designed and structured. This is partly driven by economic and logistical considerations; and conversely the entry strategy into a market also dictates how the organization is designed and managed. Managing marketing, human resources, research and development are all significance functions of managers and its success will be dependent on the informed decision-making capabilities of the modern manager.



Business law affects everyone – it is the one aspect of law that people deal with on a daily basis. This course provides the student with a readily understandable explanation of business and general law topics that are practical and useful. This course is action-oriented setting students up to critically review situations, know legal terminology, and develop skills in extrapolating and presenting pertinent facts.

 Through the study of business law, students become legally literate: more informed about what laws are “on the books,” how these laws affect their lives, what their legal rights and responsibilities are, and how legal disputes in which they become involved can be resolved.



The purpose of this course is to provide current and prospective managers with an opportunity to develop a dynamic set of management principles and practices which will enhance their own performance and the performance of all employees throughout the organization: pieces of the leadership mosaic. Shared vision, systems thinking, continuous learning, authenticity, creativity, and a profound understanding of human learning and behavior change herald management success in the future. 

The purpose of this course is to provide current and prospective managers with an opportunity to develop a dynamic set of management principles and practices which will enhance their own performance and the performance of all employees throughout the organization: pieces of the leadership mosaic. Shared vision, systems thinking, continuous learning, authenticity, creativity, and a profound understanding of human learning and behavior change herald management success in the future.