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MAN-PAD6107 Course Outline Winter 2010

MAN-PAD6107 Course Outline Winter 2010 - Hodges University...

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Hodges University Graduate Course Syllabus Course No. MAN/PAD 6107 Term and Dates Winter 2010 January 14th to April 28th, 2010 Course Title Executive Leadership Instructor Information Dr. Charles W. Ehart 410-382-3633 (cell) E-Mail: [email protected] Contact Information Contact professor by e-mail or, if urgent, by phone Distance Learning POC Director- Distance Learning – Peter Van Leeuwen Phone: (239) 482-0019 or (800) 466-0019 E-Mail: [email protected] Instructor Bio Dr. Ehart is an Associate Professor of Public Administration for Hodges University and has taught graduate level courses in public administration and management since 1993. He also has done work as a management consultant for agencies of the federal government and the alcohol industry. Dr. Ehart retired in 2003 as an Assistant State Comptroller with the State of Maryland, and served as the Director of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division. In this capacity he was responsible for regulating the alcoholic beverages and tobacco industries in the state and collecting the excise tax on distilled spirits, beer, wine and cigarettes. As the director, he oversaw all division operations, conducted license and disciplinary hearings, coordinated legislative activities, drafted regulations, and served as liaison with the industry. Dr. Ehart is a past president of the National Conference of State Liquor Administrators and former chairman of the Joint Committee of the States to Study Alcoholic Beverage Laws. He also served as chairman of the Tobacco Tax Section of the Federation of Tax Administrators. Dr. Ehart has a doctorate in public administration (D.P.A.) from Nova Southeastern University, Ft Lauderdale, Florida: a M.A. in Administrative Management from Bowie State University; and a B.S. in Business Administration from Mount Saint Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Credit Hours Three (3) 1
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Course Meeting Information On-line Required Resources Texts: Yukl, Gary; Leadership in Organizations (Seventh Edition, 2010); Pearson Prentice Hall; ISBN: 978-0-13-242431-8 Landrum, Gene N.; Entrepreneurial Genius: The Power of Passion (2003); Brendan Kelly; ISBN: 1-895997-23-2 Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Most Recent Edition. Gland & Walker. More information can be found at http://www.apastyle.org/ . Each student must have access to the Internet and have a Hodges University e-mail account. Additionally, each student must have completed a Computer Applications Course or its equivalent and successfully complete the “HU On-line Blackboard Orientation”. Course Description Advanced studies in leadership, theory and practice. Leadership models are studied within the context of a variable situation environment, coupled with the individual characteristics of the leader . Course Objectives As a result of the course, the student should be able to: 1. Understand and employ basic and advanced leadership concepts at an executive level, whether it be in a private or public sector.
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