Organizational Theory & Analysis for Human Services

Course Number: 46712

Course Description

This course explores the organizational aspects of social agencies, including the students' field placement experiences. A major goal of the seminar is to help students develop an appreciation and understanding of the complex factors that affect organizational and worker effectiveness, service delivery patterns, and resource procurement and allocation. This is accomplished by applying diverse organizational theories and perspectives to the analysis of social service organizations. Topics include organization environment relations, organizational goals, power, structure and control, ideology and technology, and special topics.

Requirements Filled

Social Administration: All Courses

Social Administration: Required Courses

Addressing Educational Inequalities Program Course

Social Sector Leadership

Professors and Lecturers Who Teach This Course

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