MGT300.2 Essentials of Organizational Management and Leadership (Spring)

Not open to Syracuse students. This is a research-driven, application-focused course in which students examine how to manage themselves and others effectively in a business world that is dynamic, digital, diverse, and disperse and takes advantage of the London location to relate the course content to the local context and current UK business events. The course introduces students to the management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Topics include teamwork, ethics, motivation, and others with an emphasis on the application of conceptual tools to analyze and address managerial issues.

Meets with MGT 248.

Course restrictions: Not open to Syracuse students. Open only to non-Syracuse students majoring in business; enrollment very limited. Sophomore standing required.

Course fee: A fee will be billed to cover site visits and related costs (2023-24 = $95).

Please note that some  off-site visits cannot be scheduled during regular class meeting times. These visits are integral to the class and mandatory. Specific dates will be provided at the beginning of the semester.


Department: Management

Location: London

Semester: Spring

Credits: 3