Completing this course will prepare students to analyze the structure and function of an organization in light of contemporary organizational models. Participants apply theoretical knowledge about organizations to a specific organization and explore how organizations can be transformed into redemptive agents in this world and contribute to human flourishing.
This course will establish Biblical principles and requirements for leadership, depict Biblical examples of how God develops leaders for His ministry, provide opportunity for students to apply this understanding to their own lives through self-assessment of leadership characteristics, and guide students in recognizing and describing God’s calling and development of their own lives for a particular field of ministry.
- Instructor: Ralph Phillips
This course describes what Human Resource Management is, how it relates to the management process, and how it is changing in response to trends in the workplace. Students will learn how all managers can use HR concepts and techniques, HR’s role in strategic planning and improved organizational performance, the competencies required of HR managers.