Courses

The schedules typically are the most accurate in terms of reflecting the courses that will actually take place in upcoming semesters within the Department of Organizational Sciences & Communication. For this department, we recommend that you consult the following schedules first when registering for courses.

For each set of schedules, the upcoming semester is listed first, followed by the current semester. The Spring and Summer 2014 schedules are posted below.


Summer 2014

Undergraduate Level (On Campus, Washington, DC)

Graduate Level - Organizational Science (Note: please refer to OM / HRM curriculum links when making course selections)

Open Enrollment (Off-Campus, Arlington, VA)

Fellows (On-Campus, Washington, DC)


Spring 2014

Undergraduate Level (On Campus, Washington, DC)

Graduate Level - Industrial & Organizational Psychology (Note: please refer to I/O Psychology curriculum link when making course selections)

Graduate Level - Organizational Science (Note: please refer to OM / HRM curriculum links when making course selections)

Open Enrollment (Off-Campus, Arlington, VA)

Fellows (On-Campus, Washington, DC)

Comparative Management: Students Visit Emerging Democracies

Comparative Management: Students Visit Emerging Democracies

The Organizational Sciences Program offers a course called Comparative Management (ORSC 246) every other year for students. The course focuses on organizational practices across different cultures and the practice of building "cultural intelligence."

GWU Organizational Sciences Students present results of study at IADB on May 14, 2013

GWU Organizational Sciences Students present results of study at IADB on May 14, 2013

Drs. Grady and Offermann with GWU Students conducting research at OAS in Washington D.C.

Drs. Grady and Offermann with GWU Students conducting research at OAS in Washington D.C.

Drs. Grady and Offermann with GWU Students conducting research at OAS in Washington D.C.

Comparative Management: Students Visit Emerging Democracies

Comparative Management: Students Visit Emerging Democracies

The Organizational Sciences Program offers a course called Comparative Management (ORSC 246) every other year for students. The course focuses on organizational practices across different cultures and the practice of building "cultural intelligence."

GWU Organizational Sciences Students present results of study at IADB on May 14, 2013

GWU Organizational Sciences Students present results of study at IADB on May 14, 2013

Drs. Grady and Offermann with GWU Students conducting research at OAS in Washington D.C.

Drs. Grady and Offermann with GWU Students conducting research at OAS in Washington D.C.

Drs. Grady and Offermann with GWU Students conducting research at OAS in Washington D.C.

Comparative Management: Students Visit Emerging Democracies

Comparative Management: Students Visit Emerging Democracies

The Organizational Sciences Program offers a course called Comparative Management (ORSC 246) every other year for students. The course focuses on organizational practices across different cultures and the practice of building "cultural intelligence."

GWU Organizational Sciences Students present results of study at IADB on May 14, 2013

GWU Organizational Sciences Students present results of study at IADB on May 14, 2013

Drs. Grady and Offermann with GWU Students conducting research at OAS in Washington D.C.

Drs. Grady and Offermann with GWU Students conducting research at OAS in Washington D.C.

Drs. Grady and Offermann with GWU Students conducting research at OAS in Washington D.C.