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Jennings, Tracy M Teaching Professor


Research Areas research areas


research overview

  • Distance Education: evaluate the efficacy of synchronous, asynchronous, and face-to-face class formats in the Business Minor program.


  • MOOCs, Massive Open On-line Courses, Distance Education


courses taught

  • BCOR 2202 - Principles of Organizational Behavior
    Primary Instructor - Summer 2019
    Focuses on the fundamentals of management. Students will learn the basic concepts and best practices in the behavioral sciences that can improve their abilities to lead and manage in organizations. Frameworks for individual, team, and organizational behavior are presented and discussed. Topics include personality traits, culture, decision making, teams, planning, motivation, leadership, well-being and human resources. A group project provides practice in teamwork and in applying the frameworks in practice. Credit not granted for this course and BCOR 2300, BCOR 2001
  • BUSM 2001 - Principles of Marketing and Management
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Summer 2018
    Focuses on topics of marketing management and management of the firm, including the means by which firms use the four P decision variables of price, place, promotion and product to create value for consumers and the marketplace. In addition, students learn the skills needed to effectively lead and manage individuals and teams, leading to a more effective and efficient workplace. Department enforced prerequisite: any calculus or statistics course.
  • BUSM 2011 - Principles of Management
    Primary Instructor - Summer 2019 / Spring 2020
    Focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to effectively lead and manage individuals, teams, and organizations, leading to a more efficient workplace. Degree credit not granted for this course and BUSM 2001.
  • INBU 3300 - International Business and Management
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018
    This survey course takes a broad and comprehensive perspective on managing and operating in a rapidly growing global economy. Explores regional and national approaches to international management, including trade practices, country penetration strategies, international finance and accounting, marketing across cultures, global service and manufacturing operations, cultural and legal differences, ethical and sustainability issues and global competitive strategy.
  • MGMT 3025 - Essential Management Skills
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Summer 2018
    The course takes as its starting point the fact that not all students will be leaders. A student may end up as an individual contributor, or manager of a small group of people, or an owner of a sole-proprietorship. Students can have a tremendous impact on these roles and the questions becomes, how can they become the best they can be? Formerly MGMT 3025.
  • MGMT 4040 - Individual, Team, and Organizational Development
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018
    Explores how to determine where an organization needs to focus its development efforts, how to develop and deliver an effective training program, and how to evaluate the impact of development programs on organizational effectiveness. Explores individual, team, and organization-wide development, including such topics as skills training, team building, and managing change. Formerly MGMT 4040.
  • ORGN 4010 - Redefining the Employee-Employer Relationship
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Explores developments in such areas as employee relations law and procedures, employee and employer rights, worker involvement programs, environmental safety and health, and the effects of technology on emerging organization forms. Formerly MGMT 4010.


International Activities

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