Organizational Environment

For students entering Wharton prior to fall 2017

Any 1 of these 2 courses will fulfill the requirement.

Management (MGMT) 104: Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management
MGMT 104 focuses on the economic and institutional constraints on organizations in the formulation and implementation of human resources management policies and strategies in the United States and internationally. Labor markets, labor laws, and labor unions are discussed, with particular attention paid to their relationship to the competitiveness of American enterprise in the global economy.

Business Economics and Public Policy (BEPP) 305: Risk Management
This course describes the concepts and techniques available to corporations, non-profit organizations, and other organizations in their efforts to manage pure risks, such as product liability, environmental impairments, property losses, work-related injuries, and employee benefits (e.g., pensions, health insurance).

Note: All Organizational Environment courses must be taken for a grade, not pass/fail.

* Formerly Insurance (INSR) 205: Risk Management