Online Principles of Management

You’ll learn what a manager does, and how they are integral to planning, organizing, leading, and controlling a modern organization. From effective team building to conflict resolution, you’ll study human behavior so you can motivate your employees to perform at their best. You’ll also learn how to apply the six stages of decision making and conduct a SWOT analysis to ensure you’re making smart choices according to sound, ethical business strategies in a variety of organizational structures.

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Enrolling in StraighterLine courses is now even more affordable, more convenient and faster with eTextbooks included at no additional cost. More information on StraighterLine eTextbooks

  1. etextbook included


    Principles of Management from McGraw-Hill


    • Proctoring
    • Tutoring
    • BUS201 eTextbook (a $151.17 value)


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  2. 3Credits

    Principles of Management from McGraw-Hill

    with Prof. Kathy Hansen - Ph D., Union Institute & University


    • BUS201 eTextbook (a $151.17 value)
    • Proctoring
    • Tutoring
    • Exclusive Video
    • Resume Critique
    • Practice Job Interview


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* A 3-credit StraighterLine course is estimated to require approximately 75 hours of study time. Dedicating 17-20 hours per week should allow a student to finish within a single month subscription. That estimate is not guaranteed, and individual experience may differ.