Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022

School of Leadership and Professional Studies

Dr. Marguerita DeSander, Director

Gary A. Ransdell Hall, Office 3086
Phone: (270) 745-4890

The School of Leadership and Professional Studies offers a variety of career-oriented associate and baccalaureate degree programs and flexible interdisciplinary baccalaureate and associate degrees. The School consists of academic programs in organizational leadership, business studies, workforce administration, and interdisciplinary studies. A certificate in real estate studies is also offered. The School of Leadership and Professional Studies is also home to University Learning, WKU’s non-discipline specific first-year experience course. The School is heavily engaged in educational outreach and offers programs in on-line, hybrid, and face-to-face formats. The academic programs within the School share a common emphasis on the delivery of transfer-, military-, and adult-friendly academic programs. 

Professor

Janet L. Applin PhD (Special Education), Vanderbilt University, 2005

Dennis K. George PhD (Environment Sci & Engr), University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 1994

Gary W. Houchens PhD (Educational Leadership & Organizational Development), University of Louisville, 2008

Associate Professor

Marguerita K. Desander PhD (Ed Policy/Plan/Ldsp), College of William and Mary, 2005

Kimberlee K. Everson PhD (Educ Inquiry, Measurement, & Evaluation), Brigham Young University, 2012

Said Ghezal PhD (Organization and Management, Information Technology Management), Capella University, 2011

Stacy R. Leggett EdD (Educational Administration), George Washington University, 2015

Assistant Professor

Lester A. Archer PhD (Educ Leadership/Research), Louisiana State University & A&M College, 2017

Visiting Professor

Jeremy N. Phillips PhD (Public Administration), University of Southern Indiana, 2012

Visiting Assistant Professor

Rheanna P. Plemons EdD (Educational Leadership, Organizational Leadership), Western Kentucky University, 2014

Pedagogical Associate Professor

Mark A. Staynings MA (Economics), Western Kentucky University, 1993

Pedagogical Assistant Professor

Wren A. Mills PhD (Educational Leadership & Organizational Development), University of Louisville, 2010

Instructor I

Nicholas L. Brake PhD (Educational Administration), University of Louisville, 2003

Hannah G. Cady BA, Western Kentucky University, 2019

Instructor II

Cortney S. Basham MAE (Student Affairs), Western Kentucky University, 2001

Anne L. Heintzman PhD (English Rhetoric and Composition), University of Louisville, 2010

Business (South Campus) (BUS)

BUS 100C    Introduction to Business    3 Hours

The management process, production, marketing, finance accounting, personnel and other functional activities are discussed. Colonnade/Statewide General Education Code E-SB | SB

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; winter 2020; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

BUS 102C    Introduction to Ethical Issues in Business    3 Hours

This course will introduce students to the role of ethics of business in a complex, dynamic, global environment. This course will assist students to recognize, apply and appreciate the role of ethics in business decisions.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021

BUS 110C    Basic Accounting I    3 Hours

This course serves as a basic introductory accounting course for students pursuing an associate of arts degree program. It introduces the beginning concepts, principles, and procedures of accounting in a systematic fashion. Note: Will not transfer as ACCT 200 or ACCT 201.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

BUS 210C    Organization and Management    3 Hours

An introduction to organization and theory and organizational behavior. The course focuses on managing people and material resources to enhance organizational productivity and effectiveness. Attention is given to the managerial functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.

Equivalent(s): MGT 210

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

BUS 212C    Principles of Marketing    3 Hours

Presents the problems of marketing and the ways today's marketers solve them. The course focuses on concepts and principles of theory and practice through the use of practical examples and cases. Studies include market planning, research, strategies, distribution, promotion, pricing, market segmentation, and consumer-oriented marketing.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; fall 2021

BUS 214C    Business Communication    3 Hours

A study of communication processes in business with an emphasis on correct language and grammar. Included is functional correspondence which leads to effective communication, such as letters, reports, memos.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

BUS 225C    Records and Information Management    3 Hours

Management of records from creation to disposal. Included are the principles and procedures of organizing, operating and controlling traditional, automated, and special records.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

BUS 230C    Internship-Business    1-6 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Provides the advanced student with an opportunity for civic engagement, explores on-site job opportunities, and enhances marketability. The internship includes a project and activities that enhance professional growth and development. Note: Director and instructor's permission and must be a sophomore with a minimum gpa of 2.0.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Freshman may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

BUS 244C    Introduction to Human Resources Information Systems    2 Hours

This course will introduce students to the numerous concepts of Human Resources Information Systems, including topics such as hardware and software, database systems, business intelligence, information and decision support systems, and systems development.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

BUS 245C    Managing Diversity in the Workplace    3 Hours

This course will introduce students to the concepts of managing/supervising employees from a supervisor's perspective in a work setting for a diverse background.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

BUS 248C    Supervisory Management    3 Hours

A practical approach to understanding and dealing with the problems faced by first-line supervisors.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; spring 2021

BUS 249C    Employee Benefits Programs    2 Hours

Investigates and surveys employee benefits planning to include selection, cost control and viability of employee benefits programs.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

BUS 250C    Business Entrepreneurship    3 Hours

A study of small business, emphasizing the development of a written business plan. Includes legal forms of organization, strategic planning, financing, marketing research, taxation, risk management, management principles, and Total Quality Management(TQM).

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021

BUS 252C    Selling and Sales Management    3 Hours

The role of selling and distribution, basic sales methods and techniques and management of the sales function.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

BUS 253C    Management Capstone    3 Hours

Designed to assess students' learning from the courses in their major and other courses of the curriculum. Provides students with an opportunity to demonstrate that they have acquired the necessary skills for a successful integration in to the workplace. Note: 30 credit hours in the program or permission of program advisor.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

BUS 254C    Office Administration    3 Hours

Includes work relationships, leadership roles, team membership, problem solving skills, and the use of technology.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

BUS 257C    Management of Human Resources    3 Hours

A course designed to emphasize the practical aspects of the management of human resources. Includes employment law, compensation, recruitment, selection, training and developing, performance appraisal, labor-management relations, and employee rights.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

BUS 269C    Retirement Planning    3 Hours

No course description is available

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

BUS 270C    Labor Relations Management    3 Hours

This course is designed to address the legal and social context of the labor-management relationship; historical and contemporary developments in collective bargaining; work stoppages, impasse and dispute resolution; problems and anticipated developments in labor relations; union elections; union avoidance, as well as contract negotiations and preparation for bargaining. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): BUS 248C

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

Interdisciplinary Studies (IDST)

IDST 100    College and Career Development Seminar    1 Hour

Investigation of academic and career choices and the relationship between the two. Open to non-degree seeking students prior to high school graduation only.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2021

IDST 175    University Experience    3 Hours

Special Requirements: For students with fewer than 36 semester hours or permission of instructor. Topics include: Critical thinking, information and technology literacy, exploration of majors and careers, study skills, personal development and campus resources information.

Equivalent(s): UCC 175C

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDST 176    Special Topics    1 Hour (repeatable max of 3 hrs)

Exploration of a particular topic; varies by instructor and section. Repeatable for a maximum of 3 hours. Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.

Equivalent(s): UCC 176C

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDST 199    University Learning    3 Hours

Course will refine students' skills in critical thinking, reading, study skills, and information literacy. Students will explore majors and careers, personal development, and campus resources.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

IDST 200    Interdicsiplinary Study Away Experience    1 Hour (repeatable max of 4 hrs)

This course examines the Study Away experience through face-to-face and online interactions during a semester-long Study Away program.

Prerequisite(s): (NSEA 999 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of NG or NSEB 999 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of NG)

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDST 250    Prior Learning Portfolio Development    1-3 Hours (repeatable max of 3 hrs)

Leads students through the development of a portfolio demonstrating prior college-level knowledge and skills in academic areas. Portfolio may be evaluated for academic credit not to exceed one-fourth of the major/minor nor one-fourth of the credit hours required for the credential. Note: Permission of instructor required.

Course Fee: $250

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDST 350    Interdisciplinary Studies Study Abroad    1-6 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Supervised study of interdisciplinary studies in a study abroad program. Note: Consent of instructor required.

Recent Term(s) Offered: winter 2019; winter 2020

IDST 369    Career Related Field Experience    1-3 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Supervised work experience related to a student's field of study or career goals with a cooperating business, industry, or agency. Course will include career-related learning activities and projects. Students are responsible for all internship-related transportation and travel. Note: Instructor permission is required and must have a declared major.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; winter 2021; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

IDST 375    Seminar in Peer Mentoring    3 Hours

An introduction to effective mentoring techniques including an examination of mentoring theories and styles. Note: Permission of instructor required.

Prerequisite(s): UC 175

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

IDST 376    Practicum in Peer Mentoring    1 Hour (repeatable max of 3 hrs)

Supervised mentoring experience in appropriate first-year student setting. Note: Permission of instructor required.

Prerequisite(s): UC 375 with a minimum grade of B

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021

IDST 390    Applications of Interdisciplinary Studies    3 Hours

Application of interdisciplinary studies model to an overarching cultural concern or theme. Students will apply knowledge from different areas of study toward a specified research topic. Colonnade/Statewide General Education Code K-SC

Prerequisite(s): 21 hours of Foundations and Explorations Courses, or junior status

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

IDST 395    Investigative Methods in Interdisciplinary Studies    3 Hours

A comprehensive exploration of different approaches to interdisciplinary studies as an academic research discipline or method. Note: Instructor permission may be required.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

IDST 399    Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies    1-3 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

A detailed study of selected topics in interdisciplinary studies that lend themselves to interdiciplinary problem-solving. Note: Permission of instructor is required.

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman or Sophomore may not enroll.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; winter 2020; spring 2020; fall 2020; winter 2021; spring 2021; fall 2021

IDST 400    Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Student Research Experience    1 Hour (repeatable max of 3 hrs)

Prerequisite(s): Award of FUSE (Faculty Undergraduate Student Engagement) Grant from the Office of Academic Affairs and instructor permission. Students participate in a semester-long research/creative activity experience mentored by a faculty member, which is expected to lead to a presentation/performance of the research/creative work at an appropriate venue at a later date. Participants must also attend an orientation session and a follow-up session sponsored by the Office of Scholar Development. Repeatable up to two times for a maximum of three credit hours.

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

IDST 495    Interdisciplinary Studies Capstone    3 Hours

Examination of interdisciplinary scholarship and problem solving, with application based on students' areas of emphasis in the major. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): IDST 395 (may be taken concurrently)

Restriction(s): Students with a semester level of Academy Junior, Academy Senior, Freshman, Junior or Sophomore may not enroll.

Enrollment is limited to students in Interdisciplinary Studies(BIS) (558)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

IDST 499    IDST Capstone Experience    1 Hour

Independent study requiring development of integrative project. Students must make arrangements in advance for supervision by a faculty member. Note: General Studies advisor approval required.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; winter 2020; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

Leadership (LEAD)

LEAD 200    Introduction to Leadership Studies    3 Hours

An introduction to the basics of effective leadership including an investigation of leadership theories and assessment of leadership styles. Colonnade/Statewide General Education Code E-SB | SB

Equivalent(s): LEA 200C

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; winter 2020; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021

LEAD 300    Leadership Theory and Application    3 Hours

.A study of leadership concepts, theories, and models; an overview of personal leadership assessments and leadership development plans; enhanced leadership knowledge through experiential learning. Students who have taken LEAD 200 may not earn credit for LEAD 300. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Recent Term(s) Offered: winter 2019; spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; winter 2021; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

LEAD 325    Leading Change    3 Hours

Study of processes and skills impacting a leader's ability to implement change, emphasizing the analysis of various existing models to produce sound solutions. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (LEAD 200 or LEAD 300)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

LEAD 330    Leadership Ethics and Decision-Making    3 Hours

Study of contemporary ethical and decision-making issues facing leaders; emphasis on examining and analyzing ethical issues for sound leadership solutions. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (LEAD 200 or LEAD 300)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

LEAD 395    Contemporary Leadership Issues    3 Hours

Analysis of contemporary issues from a leadership perspective. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (LEAD 200 or LEAD 300)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

LEAD 400    Practicum in Leadership    1-6 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

A course to assess student's summative knowledge of leadership and provide an opportunity for an opportunity for students to demonstrate how to integrate that knowledge. Note: A minimum of nine hours completed in the major are required for enrollment in course.

Prerequisite(s): (LEAD 200 or LEAD 300)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

LEAD 440    Leading Teams    3 Hours

Study of issues impacting team leaders and members; emphasis on examining and analyzing solutions for effective team leadership. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (LEAD 200 (may be taken concurrently) or LEAD 300 (may be taken concurrently))

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

LEAD 450    Leadership in Global Contexts    3 Hours

Study and analysis of cultural impacts on successful leadership in various geographical areas. Focus on cultural theories and models that influence leadership across contexts. Note: Permission of instructor may be required. Colonnade/Statewide General Education Code K-LG

Prerequisite(s): (LEAD 200 (may be taken concurrently) or LEAD 300 (may be taken concurrently)) and 21 hours of Foundations and Explorations Courses, or junior status

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

LEAD 465    Leadership Coaching    3 Hours

Examination of fundamental leadership coaching skills that improve the adjustment and performance of individuals in an organizational setting. Topics to be covered include: the scope of coaching practice, optimal practitioner characteristics, resiliency training, peer leadership, coaching youth, related organizational dynamics, and coaching interventions and resources. This course also includes an emphasis on experimental learning through coaching practice activities. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (LEAD 200 or LEAD 300)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

LEAD 475    Leadership Studies Special Topics    3 Hours

Applications of leadership theories and methodologies in selected fields, including the sciences, engineering, urban planning, the arts, public health, education and business, and for study abroad programs. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (LEAD 200 or LEAD 300)

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020

LEAD 498    Independent Study in Organizational Leadership    1-6 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

Individual research, literature review or professional development project in a specific area of leadership, in close cooperation with supervising faculty. Note: Permission of instructor may be required.

Prerequisite(s): (LEAD 200 or LEAD 300)

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2019; fall 2019; winter 2020

Real Estate (South Campus) (RE)

RE 170C    Essentials of Real Estate    3 Hours

This course is a prerequisite to ALL 100 and 200 level Real Estate courses. A course designed to introduce the student to the economic, social, environmental, governmental and legal setting of real estate in the United States. The unique aspects of real estate as a commodity, an investment medium, and a provider of shelter are discussed. The course explores the many career areas in the real estate industry as well as the informational needs of the homeowner.

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

RE 171C    Real Estate Brokerage Operation    3 Hours

A course designed to teach the theory and mechanics of real estate brokerage operations. The preparation of the many contracts used in real property transactions is covered. Proficiency is developed in preparing and executing closing statements, applying the fundamentals of advertising and salesmanship to real estate, and understanding the ethical responsibilities of market participants.

Prerequisite(s): RE 170C

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

RE 172C    Real Estate Marketing    3 Hours

Both the theory and practices of real estate market analysis are covered. Market trends and opportunities are studied within the context of the legal, political, physical, aesthetic and ethical constraints and alternatives faced. A variety of approaches are studied including land use, cost benefits, economic base, input, output, compatibility, highest and best use, and property productivity studies.

Prerequisite(s): RE 170C

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2020; spring 2021; summer 2021; fall 2021

RE 272C    Real Estate Finance    3 Hours

This course examines the various methods of financing real estate transactions from the point of view of lenders, developers, builders, speculators and owners. The institutional structure within which they operate as well as the decision processes of these parties as they choose the form of business entity and negotiate terms and conditions in order to achieve yield objectives within the constraints of acceptable risk levels are studied.

Prerequisite(s): RE 170C

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

RE 273C    Real Estate Law    3 Hours

Examines the legal aspects of the real estate business, including brokerage, legal real estate instruments, contracts, and obligations.

Prerequisite(s): RE 170C

Recent Term(s) Offered: fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

RE 274C    Real Estate Appraisals    3 Hours

This course is designed to introduce the student to the theory and practice of real property valuation. Students will be required to complete a demonstration appraisal report on a residential property. Basic concepts in income capitalization are also studied.

Prerequisite(s): RE 170C

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

RE 275C    Property Management    3 Hours

The theory and techniques of real estate resource utilization. Specific applications to various types of property are presented. Topics such as tenant selection, maintenance, landlord-tenant relations, credit and collections, and lease negotiation techniques are included.

Prerequisite(s): RE 170C and RE 172C

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

RE 276C    Real Estate Investment Analysis and Management    3 Hours

Application of investment principles and analytical techniques to real property. This course concentrates upon the determination of the financial feasibility of realty investments and the effects of financing, income taxes, and entity selection upon investment profitability. Concepts of individual and corporate portfolio management are included.

Prerequisite(s): RE 170C and RE 172C and RE 272C

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

RE 278C    Internship-Real Estate    3 Hours

A structured internship to provide the advanced student with a practical working learning experience. Note: Permission of instructor required.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020

RE 280C    Advanced Real Estate Appraisal    3 Hours

Principles of income property valuation and analysis of the equity position in real estate investment. Cash-flow analysis, mortgage-equity analysis, the impact of debt restructuring or refinancing, and property sale on value are studied.

Prerequisite(s): RE 170C and RE 274C

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

RE 281C    Land Development Process    3 Hours

The development process within the constraints imposed at various levels of government is viewed. The student is taken through the process from idea to post design evaluation. Elements of cost effective and creative land use, design standards, building arrangements, parking and street design are studied.

Prerequisite(s): RE 170C and RE 172C and RE 272C and RE 276C

Recent Term(s) Offered: None

Workforce Administration (WFA)

WFA 300    Workforce Administration and Practice    3 Hours

A foundational study of systems management and technology from theoretical, managerial and practical perspectives.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

WFA 346    Workforce Resource Development    3 Hours

An introduction to the principles and concepts of business resources development and management. Emphasis on developing strategic advantage through deployment of appropriate systems.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; spring 2021

WFA 347    Workforce Linkage and Applications    3 Hours

Introduction to telecommunications, network, and related system issues and applications in an organizational setting.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; fall 2020; fall 2021

WFA 348    Workforce Structure    3 Hours

An introduction to the various system architectures common to modern business systems.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2020; fall 2020; summer 2021

WFA 443    Workforce Planning and Assessment    3 Hours

Examination of tools and systems used to support strategic planning and decision making.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; fall 2019; spring 2021

WFA 444    Workforce Operations and Control    3 Hours

Management of the organization's data resources and information flow, including: project management, systems planning, control and operations.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; summer 2020; fall 2020

WFA 446    Workforce Reporting and Development    3 Hours

Examination of security and risk management in organizational systems. Cost-benefit issues, access, availability and efficiently will be analyzed.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; summer 2021

WFA 447    Workforce Processes and Technologies    3 Hours

Examination of electronic commerce systems, processes and technologies, and how such systems may be used to develop competitive advantage.

Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2019; spring 2020; summer 2020; fall 2020; spring 2021; fall 2021