Business Organization and Management


Organizational Management program is designed with a customized curriculum specific to the student's individual needs in addition to the knowledge and skills needed in today's changing workplace. The program provides leadership and communication skills and techniques for planning, organizing, leading and controlling business situations. This program also emphasizes procedures for effective resource allocation.
Students have more marketable skill sets, including better management and leadership skills, leading to more career options and greater earning potential. Upon completing this program, you will be qualified for several entry-level jobs in business and retail management, human resources, and a variety of leadership roles.

The critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills you acquire from this program are life skills you can carry across any profession!

What are you waiting for? Make it happen today with Organizational Management program.

Legal, Ethical and Social Aspects of Business
This course explores the nature of legal, ethical, and societal environments
of business. Emphasis is placed on social, legal, political, and ethical
responsibilities to both external and internal groups in business. Topics
include corporate social responsibility, legal, political and ethical aspects of
business, state and federal laws, contracts, intellectual property, employment
law, product liability, safety issues, and environmental regulation.

Emerging Topics in Computing
Technology is
rapidly changing as future possibilities become current trends impacting
economies, society, and ethics. This course is a survey of the fields in
technology to understand the dynamics of upcoming changes impacting
individuals, organizational entities (such as education, government, and
business) and the world.

Organization and Information Technology Systems
 This course provides students with an understanding and
practical application in the use of electronic information systems,
including organizational management of such systems. Topics will include
management software, data collection, analysis, reporting and distribution,
and processes for evaluating software and hardware to determine what will
meet the varying needs of the organization.

Financial Management
This is an introductory course in managerial finance in
which the students gain a clear, basic understanding of the fundamentals
of finance and its related decision-making. The course will cover all
elements of organizational finance including budget development, finance
management, procurement, accounting and auditing. A key component
of the course will be the student’s preparation and presentation of an
organizational budget.

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the range of skills
and practical knowledge needed to plan and execute an entrepreneurial
venture. Topics for discussion include creativity and innovation, desirable
entrepreneurial attributes, business planning, small business strategy,
accounting and financial tools, and global entrepreneurship.

Advanced Business Communications
course is required prior to taking 4000-level classes. This course emphasizes
the basics of business writing while reviewing the various kinds of written
business correspondence. Students are expected to integrate business
decision making and analytical thinking skills into the content. Students
must be able to determine solutions to problem-based exercises.

Continuous Quality Improvement/Risk Management Systems

 The students will examine current efforts to improve quality and efficiency of health care systems. Topics range from issues of medical error reduction, quality improvements in medical records, and utilization review, to models for continuous quality improvement in physician-health care worker-client relations

Health Care Economics
The students will examine the macro and microeconomic perspectives of health care including the production, marketing, distribution, pricing, and relative measures of quality health care as it is delivered. Health care as a public and private good will be examined contrasting and comparing private market delivery and pricing systems with the more socialistic approaches in many countries. 

Cybersecurity Fundamentals
The course covers the
management of information security problems including attack methods, detection and prevention techniques, cryptography, firewalls, and intrusion detection systems, security policies and risk management, and incident response.

Information Systems Management
 This course designed to prepare students in the use of information
technology in the business environment. Emphasis is placed on relationships
of management information systems and data processing to managerial
decision-making in modern organizations. Software applications will be
used for data col

Information System Operation Management
This course is an advanced
study of information system management including system planning, project
selection and management, and organizational information management
policies. Course information includes introduction to information systems
management, the planning cycle, software and hardware planning
acquisition, system staffing, development of organizational information,
management policies and procedures, organization and control of the MIS,
and legal considerations information systems.

Organizational Behavior
This course is a study of individual and group behavior in organizations.
Students will develop an understanding of how organizations can be
managed more effectively. Course content includes motivation, group
dynamics, conflict resolution, goal setting and rewards, job design, work
stress, power/politics, and organizational change and development.

Management Theory and Practices
This course examines management theory, relevant applications and cases,
self-management, teamwork, global awareness, and communication for the
development of management competencies.

Leadership and Group Dynamics
Discussion and application of leadership theories including skill formation to
develop leadership abilities. Team building skills are emphasized to enhance
leadership effectiveness. Students learn the importance of visioning in their

Customer Relations for Managers
 This course examines relationship building for all customers of an organization. The impact of
culture and diversity on business relationships, successful negotiation
strategies, and promotion of the organization through media relations are discussed.

Human Resource Management
This course is a study of the functions of human resource management including recruitment, selection, benefits and compensation, performance evaluation, development of employees, and formulation of human resource procedures. The strategic role of human resources and current issues will be discussed. 

Operational Decision Making
This course focuses on operational decision-making management techniques to improve the process and productivity in organizations. Discussion of quality
and outcomes, efficiency, forecasting, work-flow processes, inventory
control, design of goods and services, waiting lines and critical path.
Managing a project from beginning to end, including how to identify needs
and define, assign and track items, is addressed.

Capstone – Organizational Management
This course focuses on the integration of knowledge, skills and
abilities learned in the program through a capstone project. Students can
choose an internship or course-based option.


Graduates have the required skills that may enhance their opportunities in securing employment at a managerial level in public and private sectors globally.

Learning Outcomes

The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:

  1. Conduct an environmental scan* to evaluate the impact of world issues on an organization`s international business opportunities.
  2. Conduct, evaluate and present market research to support an organization`s international business decision-making.
  3. Manage the preparation of documents and the application of procedures, to support the movement of products and services in the organization`s global supply chain.
  4. Evaluate the impact of statutory and regulatory compliance on an organization`s integrative trade* initiatives.
  5. Develop and implement strategies to negotiate effectively within various cultural environments, and to address the impact of cultural differences on an organization`s integrative trade initiatives.
  6. Develop and present an international marketing plan, and evaluate sales strategies that support an organization`s integrative trade initiatives.
  7. Identify and interpret relevant international financial documents, and evaluate financial strategies that support an organization`s integrative trade initiatives.
  8. Analyze the impact of an organization`s integrative trade* initiatives on its human resources management strategies, policies, and practices.
  9. Develop and present an international business plan.
  10. Manage the implementation and evaluation of team projects by applying project management principles.
  11. Recommend strategies to support principles of corporate sustainability, corporate social responsibility and ethics associated with an organization`s integrative trade* initiatives and evaluate their effectiveness.
  12. Select and apply current technologies to support an organization`s integrative trade* initiatives.
  13. Identify and apply discipline-specific practices that contribute to the local and global community through social responsibility, economic commitment and environmental stewardship.

Tuition and related ancillary fees for this program can be viewed by using the Tuition and Fees Estimator tool at fee section.

Fees are subject to change.

Additional program related expenses include: Books and supplies cost approximately ₾ and can be purchased at the store and online. 


Application Information

Applications are available online at application section  100 ₾ fee applies.

Applications for Fall Term and Winter Term admission received by February 1 will be given equal consideration. Applications received after February 1 will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis as long as places are available.

International Student Application Form at Application Section or by contacting the admission Office.

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