Course Syllabus Supervision BMGT 1301

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Course Syllabus Supervision BMGT 1301 Professor Karen Overton

CRN Numbers: 92043 Instructor contact: [email protected] Office Location and Hours: Feel free to contact me concerning any problems in this course. Course Semester Credit Hours (SCH) (lecture, lab) If applicable

Total Course Contact Hours

Credit Hours 3.00 Lecture Hours 3.00 Laboratory Hours

48

Course Length: 16 WEEKS AND 8 WEEKS Type of Instruction: FACE-TO-FACE;DISTANCE Course Description:

Instructional Materials

A study of the role of the supervisor. Managerial functions as applied to leadership, counseling, motivation, and human skills are examined. (Formerly BUSM 2325) Robbins, Stephen P. and David A. De Cenzo, Supervision Today,8th Edition, Pearson Publishing, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, 2016. ISBN: 978-013388486-9

Course Prerequisite(s): None Academic Discipline/CTE Program Learning Outcomes

1. Identify essential management skills necessary for career success. 2. Describe the relationships of social responsibility, ethics, and law in business. 3. Construct a business plan. 4. Examine the role of strategic human resource planning in support of organizational mission and objectives. 5. Describe the impact of corporate culture and atmosphere on employee behavior.

Course Student Learning Outcomes (SLO): 4 to 7

1. Explain the role, characteristics, and skills of a supervisor and the principles of planning, leading, controlling, staffing, and organizing at the supervisory level. 2. Identify and discuss the human skills necessary for supervision. 3. Explain motivational techniques and give examples of how they can be utilized by a supervisor. 4. Structure a working environment which will provide a variety of ways for employees to be motivated. . .

Learning Objectives (Numbering system should be linked to SLO e.g., 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, etc.)

Explain the role, characteristics, and skills of a supervisor and the principles of planning, leading, controlling, staffing, and organizing at the supervisory level. Identify and discuss the human skills necessary for supervision. Explain motivational techniques and give examples of how they can be utilized by a supervisor. Structure a working environment which will provide a variety of ways for employees to be motivated.

SCANS and/or Core Curriculum Competencies: If applicable

SCANS Explain the role, characteristics, and skills of a supervisor and the principles of planning, leading, controlling, staffing, and organizing at the supervisory level. Foundation Skills - Basic -Reading Foundation Skills - Basic -W riting Identify and discuss the human skills necessary for supervision. Foundation Skills - Basic -Reading Foundation Skills - Basic -W riting Explain motivational techniques and give examples of how they can be utilized by a supervisor. Foundation Skills - Basic -Reading Foundation Skills - Basic -W riting Structure a working environment which will provide a variety of ways for employees to be motivated. Foundation Skills - Basic -Reading Foundation Skills - Basic –Writing

Student Assignments

Explain the role, characteristics, and skills of a supervisor and the principles of planning, leading, controlling, staffing, and organizing at the supervisory level. Identify and discuss the human skills necessary for supervision. Explain motivational techniques and give examples of how they can be utilized by a supervisor. Structure a working environment which will provide a variety of ways for employees to be motivated.

Student Assessment(s)

Explain the role, characteristics, and skills of a supervisor and the principles of planning, leading, controlling, staffing, and organizing at the supervisory level. Identify and discuss the human skills necessary for supervision. Explain motivational techniques and give examples of how they can be utilized by a supervisor. Structure a working environment which will provide a variety of ways for employees to be motivated.

Instructor's Requirements: See syllabus online.

Tests dates TBA on course’s home page.     

Test One…. Chapters 1 through 4 Test Two…. Chapters 5 through 8 Test Three… Chapters 9 through 12 Test Four…. Chapters 13 through 16 Final Exam…Chapters 1 through 16 *******

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Highest …..3 test grades: Final Exam : Other assignments/Syllabus

60% 20% 20%.... 100%

Topics: PART I: DEFINING SUPERVISION AND SUPERVISORY CHALLENGES 1. Supervision Definitions 2. Supervision Challenges PART II: PLANNING, ORGANIZING, STAFFING, CONTROLLING, AND DECISIONMAKING 3. Planning and Goal Setting 4. Organizing 5. Staffing and Recruiting 6. Controlling 7. Problem Analysis an Decision Making PART III: MOTIVATING, LEADING, COMMUNICATING, AND DEVELOPING 8. Motivating Followers 9. Leading Followers 10. Communicating Effectively 11. Developing Groups PART IV: APPRAISAL, SAFETY, NEGOTIATION, CHANGE, AND LABOR RELATIONS 12. Performance Appraisal 13. Workplace Health and Safety 14. Conflict, Politics, Discipline, and Negotiation 15. Change Management 16. Supervision and Labor

Program/Discipline Requirements: NONE

HCC Grading Scale

A = 100- 90 4 points per semester hour B = 89 - 80: 3 points per semester hour C = 79 - 70: 2 points per semester hour D = 69 - 60: 1 point per semester hour 59 and below = F 0 points per semester hour IP (In Progress) 0 points per semester hour W (W ithdrawn) 0 points per semester hour I (Incomplete) 0 points per semester hour AUD (Audit) 0 points per semester hour IP (In Progress) is given only in certain developmental courses. The student must re-enroll to receive credit. COM (Completed) is given in non-credit and continuing education courses. To compute grade point average (GPA), divide the total grade points by the total number of semester hours attempted. The grades "IP," "COM" and "I" do not affect GPA. See "Health Science Program/Discipline Requirements" for grading scale.

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CLASS CALENDAR

March 24, 2016

Orientation/COURSE OVERVIEW

MARCH 25, 26, 27, AND 28

MARCH 31

SYLLABUS TEST…ONLINE..SEE COURSE’S HOME PAGE

CHAPTERS 1 THROUGH 4….CLASSROOM

APRIL 7

TEST ONE…..CHAPTERS 1 THROUGH 4…ONLINE

APRIL 14

TEST TWO…CHAPTERS 5 THROUGH 8…ONLINE

APRIL 21

TEST THREE…CHAPTERS 9 THOUGH 12..ONLINE

APRIL 28

TEST FOUR…CHAPTERS 13 THROUGH 16..ONLINE

MAY 5

REVIEW FOR FINAL EXAM….CLASSROOM LECTURE

BMGT 1301 SUPERVISION 2ND/8 WEEKS…SPRING 2016

MAY 12

FINAL EXAM….ONLINE… 6:00PM – 9:00PM 

CHAPTERS 1 THOUGH 16…..CLASSROOM

PROFESSOR MAY CHANGE CLASS CALENDAR DATES ACCORDINGLY WITH ADVANCED WARNING

BMGT 1301 SUPERVISION 2ND/8 WEEKS…SPRING 2016

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