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02452/Organizational Studies (ORGSTDS)

Students can obtain a description of the current offerings at the Organizational Studies web site, www.temple.edu/orgstudies.

Upper Division Courses

3000. Topics in Organizational Studies (3 s.h.) F S SS.

(Formerly: ORGSTDS 0200.)

A special topics course, used for presenting material and approaches that are either experimental in nature or not yet a regular part of the curriculum. Course content varies and is assigned to the appropriate advanced requirement in the major.

3082. Independent Study (1 to 4 s.h.) F S SS.

(Formerly: ORGSTDS 0294.)

Students devise a program for independent study with an academic advisor and an instructor. Designed for those students whose research interests are not met in any established course.

Note: Special authorization required for all students. Interested students must first consult with the course instructor.

4000. Topics in Organizational Studies (3 s.h.) F S SS.

(Formerly: ORGSTDS 0300.)

A special topics course, used for presenting material and approaches that are either experimental in nature or not yet a regular part of the curriculum. Course content varies and is assigned to the appropriate advanced requirement in the major.

4082. Senior Independent Study (3 s.h.) S SS.

(Formerly: ORGSTDS 0394.)

Senior essay on a theme or topic related to studentís program of study in the Organizational Studies major.

Note: Special authorization required for all students. Interested students must first consult with the course instructor.

4096. Senior Seminar in Organizational Studies (4 s.h.) F. RCI: WI.

(Formerly: ORGSTDS W393.)

Prerequisite: 24 credits in major or permission of instructor.

Students read texts chosen because they are reflective about organizations. Students undertake a research project and write a long report or paper that integrates this research with their academic work in the major. The research data will be either one aspect of their current work experience or a scholarly exploration of a single topic.

Note: This course serves as the Capstone reading and research course for the Organizational Studies major. Mode: Online, with several class meetings and additional meetings with instructor.
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