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|MGT 2175N - Compensation and Benefits|
This course is an introduction to the management of compen-
sation and benefits programs in the context of its political
and social environments. The substance of management tech-
niques, the relationship between, and strategic uses of
compensation and benefits will be discussed. Issues ranging
from executive pay to health insurance systems are reviewed.
The evolution of employee benefit regulation will be
analyzed in the context of neoclassical and classical
theories about regulation.
Prerequisite: MGT 2075N.
3.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Business Administration Division
Management and Leadership Department
Undergraduate level MGT 2075N Minimum Grade of D- or Undergraduate level MGT 075N Minimum Grade of D-
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