I'm considering enrolling in an SCPS Course - Principles of Management and Organization. Has anyone had experience with this course, or any similar course in the Leadership and Human Capital Management Dept? How large are the classes? What is the structure like as far as lecture/discussions/projects? Other comments?


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A question like this will get the best answers if it's attached to the school's profile. For example, if you're wondering about an NYU SCPS course, make sure you ask the question on NYU's Noodle profile (the button is in the "Overview" section). Right now the question is visible to those who view the "Professional Development" topics page, which is great, but asking the question on a school's profile will give it a chance to bee seen by people who are knowledgable about the specific school and program you're curious about.

You can also find out more about classes by contacting the department directly or speaking with an academic advisor. If you're a prospective student, the admissions office is also a great place to go for information about things like class size, structure, etc.

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