COL 710 Section 79


Organization and Program Management​

This Organization and Program Management course examines theoretical and practical aspects of leading and managing organizations and programs. The course addresses theories of leadership and organizational behavior, and organizational change on macro (organizational) and micro (program) levels. Management topics include communication, marketing, supervision, accounting and finance, strategic planning and ethics.

Students enrolled in COL 710 will draw on course work, library resources and prior experience to complete an integrative management project. In this capstone assignment, students will work as individuals or in teams to complete a consulting project that integrates outcomes from all topic areas and to links them to a work or organizational setting.

A discussion and problem solving approach encourages a cooperative, non-competitive classroom atmosphere.




There is no textbook for this course.


 Tuition and Fees

​​WI Graduate
3 Credits: $1,586.85


​Permission from the department chair is required to take this course.

Dr. Annie Wetter



COL  710


September 2 - December 12
100% online



Sterling Wall
CPS 242A

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