Integrative Curricular Microcredential in Managing Diversity in Organizations
The Managing Diversity in Organizations Microcredential offers students an opportunity to learn about issues and thinking around diversity in organizations, society and on an individual level. Students will gain an understanding of how diversity issues impact a wide spectrum of our lives. Once they gain knowledge about diversity issues, students will apply and reflect upon them with respect to experiential learning activities they have undertaken.Additional Details
9-12 credits in MGMT 100 Introduction to Business, Economics, and Society, MGMT 300 Organizational Behavior, MGMT 375 Managing Diversity in Organizations, Completion of SOB Professional Development DEI Module, and one additional 3 credit course
Integrative or applied learning experience, selected from the following: Internship- in related areaLeadership in a student club/organizationDirected Study- in related areaParticipation in student competition in a business field (e.g. Fed Challenge, FDIC., Marketing Madness, SHRM Case competition, CFA Challenge)Other high impact, applied learning or integrative activity if approved by the Dean, Associate Dean or Director of Student Services
Self-reflective statement at the conclusion of the applied learning experience.