KATJOA12 Organizational Behavior (Independent study, Spring 2019) 5 ECTS
Implementation is also a part of open university teaching
Periods
Period I Period II Period III Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Intermediate studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
Degree Programme in Business Studies
Management and Organization
Faculty of Management

Learning outcomes

After the course, the student understands the meaning of the human behavior in accomplishing organizational goals. The student recognizes the essential aspects affecting people's attitudes, motivation and communication and is able to develop solutions into the challenging situations at the workplace.

General description

Students write learning assignments independently. More specific instructions will be provided on the course's Moodle area before the course starts.

Enrolment for University Studies

Enrolment time has expired

Teachers

Riikka Tapaninaho, Teacher responsible
Riikka.Tapaninaho[ät]uta.fi

Teaching

4-Mar-2019 – 31-Jul-2019
Independent work 137 hours Web-based

Evaluation

Numeric 1-5.

Evaluation criteria

Learning assignment

Study materials

1. Robbins, S.P. & Judge, T.A. (2017) Essentials of Organizational behavior. Pearson Education Limited.

Or alternatively, Lämsä, A.M. & Päivike, T. (2010 tai muu painos) Organisaatiokäyttäytymisen perusteet. Edita.

2. Other material provided by the teacher.

Further information

Recommended time of study: the first year.

Compulsory preceding studies: A basic course in management and organizations / business management or KATJOP11 Yrityksen johtamisen perusteet.

The students of the Degree Programme in Business Studies participate in the lecture course.

The course can be accomplished in three optional ways:

Option 1. The lecture course is offered in the third period.

Option 2. The independent study course in English is offered in the second, fourth and summer periods.

Option 3. The independent study course in Finnish is offered in the second, fourth and summer periods.