2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalogue 
    
    Sep 18, 2019  
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Organizational Management and Management, Human Resources Management Concentration, B.S./M.S. (Professional Studies)


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Eileen White-Jahn, Ph.D., Chairperson
Stanley F. Fox, Ph.D., Associate Chairperson
Sharon Didier, Ph.D., Chairperson for Organizational Management, Co-Director of Graduate Management Studies
Camille Karlson, M.A./L.S. Director of Organizational Management (Long Island Campus) and OMOP
Charles Pendola, M.P.A., M.P.S., J.D., C.P.A.,  Director of Graduate Management Studies

Dual Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management/Master of Science in Management with a concentration in Human Resources Management


Dual-degree candidates must meet the general undergraduate and graduate admissions requirements of Professional Studies. Most candidates typically have post-secondary education and training and will have acquired, through experience, the skills and knowledge appropriate to the degree.

Undergraduates are eligible for admission to the M.S. in Management with a concentration in Human Resources Management program after completing 90 credits, 21 of which must be completed at St. Joseph’s College. Applicants are required to complete (as part of the 90 credits), the following courses with a grade of C or better:

Equivalent courses from other accredited institutions will be considered. These courses include all prerequisite courses required for the graduate degree, as well as other courses deemed necessary by the department to provide students with a strong foundation in human resources management.

Applicants are required to have a 3.3 overall GPA and submit at least one letter of recommendation from a faculty member in his/her major, attesting to the student’s readiness for graduate study. This recommendation must contain the approval of the department or associate chair.

M.S. applicants typically are required to have work experience involving supervision, program development, specialized training, considerable responsibility and/or independent judgment. Applicants for the dual degree can satisfy this requirement by completing a 3-credit internship during their junior or senior year.

Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management Curriculum


Required Business Courses: 27 Credits


Plus Two of the Following Courses: 6 Credits


  • MGT 510 - Legal Issues in Management #
  • MGT 520 - Organizational Theory and Design #
  • MGT 525 - Marketing Concepts and Strategies #
  • MGT 530 - Management Information Systems #
  • MGT 545 - Financial Accounting and Analysis #

Liberal arts electives: 35 Credits


Other electives (including business electives): 38 Credits


Undergraduate Total: 128 Credits


Remaining Master of Science in Management with a concentration in Human Resources Management Graduate Courses: 24 Credits


  • HRM 645 - Staffing and Employee Development 3 credits. #
  • HRM 665 - Employment Law 3 credits. #
  • HRM 685 - Compensation and Benefits Management 3 credits. #
  • MGT 610 - Statistical Analysis in Research and Management 3 credits. #
  • MGT 690 - Integrated Analysis in Management 3 credits. #

Three of the Following Courses: 9 Credits


  • MGT 510 - Legal Issues in Management #
  • MGT 520 - Organizational Theory and Design #
  • MGT 525 - Marketing Concepts and Strategies #
  • MGT 530 - Management Information Systems #
  • MGT 545 - Financial Accounting and Analysis #

Dual-degree Total: 152 Credits


# denotes a gradute course.  See graduate catalog for course descriptions.

Organizational Management Online Program


Camille Karlson, Director

The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management is offered in the online format within Professional Studies. This online degree program has been designed for working adults with busy or variable schedules or those who are unable to attend classes at the College.

Pursuing this degree online will afford individual students the opportunity for continuous involvement with faculty and other students, exploring topics that relate to their lives and their work, with the aim of fostering authentic learning. The program builds on prior learning and experience, while fostering self-direction and respecting individual learning styles.

In order to participate in this program, adults would typically be employed in a full time position and will have substantial work experience involving supervision, program development, specialized training, considerable responsibility, and/or independent judgment. Students who succeed in online courses are highly motivated, organized, and self-disciplined. Online learning is an active experience that requires students to make a commitment to consistent involvement in their courses. Additional information about this program can be found at www.sjcny.edu.

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