Scott Bahrke ’01 Instructor in Business Education
M.A.T., University of Saint Mary
B.A., Northwestern College (IA)
Scott Bahrke has a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from the University of Saint Mary. He taught business in two Iowa high schools after graduating from Northwestern College with majors in business education and accounting. In 2004 he received the Outstanding New Secondary Business Teacher Recognition from the Iowa Business Education Association. In addition to teaching for Northwestern's business department, Bahrke serves as the college's head track and cross country coach.
BUS305 - Organizational Behavior and Theory
(4 credits, alternate years, consult department) This course will review the major historical and contemporary themes and phases of organizational theory and behavior. The class will examine and discuss the evolution and practice of the modern organization. The course will provide an understanding of the key concepts and principles of organization theory and behavior. This course will provide an opportunity for critical analysis of practical application of the concepts identified through the readings and lecture. Prerequisite: BUS201.
Business teacher, head track coach, and head cross country coach, Kingsley-Pierson High School, Kingsley, IA
Business teacher, head cross country coach, and assistant track coach, Alden High School, Iowa Falls, IA
Iowa Business Education Association, 2001-09
Iowa Business Education Association Outstanding New Secondary Business Teacher Recognition, 2004