Graduate Course Descriptions
MANA 6342 (3-3-0) Employee Negotiations and Collective Bargaining
In this course students will examine the practical aspects of negotiations, collective bargaining, motives of participants, the labor contracts; strategy and tactics of bargaining. Emphasis will be on negotiations and collective bargaining in both unions and bargaining in the private sector. This course is intended to give students an understanding of why collective bargaining occurs, the nature and complexity of its operation, what effects it has on workers, organizations, and consumers, and how it fits into the American economic, political, and social systems.
- Offered: Fall, Online.
- Prerequisite: MANA 51.521 or undergraduate equivalent.