Human Resource Management: B.S.

MGMT 1005Principles of Management4
ACCT 2005Introductory Accounting I: Financial Accounting4
ECON 2010Introductory Economics: Micro & Macro 6 Cr.6
MRKT 1005Marketing Principles4
FSMA 3010Corporate Finance4
BUSN 3010Business Ethics4
BUSN 2010Business Statistics4
HRMS 3020Human Resources Information System4
HRMS 3015Human Resource Management4
HRMS 3040Staffing the Organization4
HRMS 3005Compensation & Benefits4
HRMS 4010Employment & Labor Law4
HRMS 3010Diversity in the Workplace4
HRMS 3043Training & Development4
MGMT 3060Organizational Behavior4
HRMS 3025International Human Resources Management4
HRMS 4020Strategic Human Resource Management4
Total Credits70
  • Knowledge of Business: Students will be able to define the basic roles and functions of managers in general and in specific departments critical to the organization.
  • Ethical Standards and Conduct: Students will be able to apply learning in business ethics to the supervision of ethical standards in the organization.
  • Quantitative and Analytical Skills and Knowledge: Students will be able to apply quantitative knowledge and skills to the development of databases and analysis pertinent to HR.
  • The Human Resource Management Portfolio of Responsibility: Students will be able to apply laws and regulations that pertain to the recruitment and compensation, and ethical treatment of employees to the solution of case studies.
  • Understanding and Developing People and Organizations: Students will be able to develop sample training programs that reflect optimal attention to different learning styles and motivational needs.
  • Understanding and Developing People and Organizations: Students will be able to use organizational behavior concepts to develop practices that assist leaders to attain organizational goals.
  • Global Competency: Students will be able to develop programs (such as compensation, benefits, or training) that impact employees in different cultural environments.
  • Comprehensive Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities to Perform in a Human Resource Management Role: Students will be able to integrate knowledge earned, either through course work or experience in the key functional areas of Human Resource Management, to provide responses to real life case studies.