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  Dec 15, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Business Management, Human Resource Management Concentration, B.S.


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Students majoring in Business management have the option of pursuing the concentration in Human Resource Management. Human Resource (HR) positions are in demand.

The goal of the Bachelor of Science in Business Management with a concentration in Human Resource management (HRM) is to prepare students to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in the main areas of the field of HRM such as workforce planning and talent management, training and developing, leading performance management, motivating and rewarding employees, dealing with labor relations, and creating a safe environment where human resources can thrive and contribute to the growth of their organization. Besides the specialized set of competencies that student will acquire in HRM, they will also be able to develop a solid background in the areas of business management and liberal arts. Graduates of this program will have the ability to assume entry-level management and HR specialist positions in a variety of private, public, and non-profit organizations.

University Core Curriculum: 40 credits


Majors that comply with the College of Business (CoB) core will complete the 40-credit University Core Curriculum with the following restrictions:

Core Competency 3 - Mathematical and Quantitative Literacy

  • Competency 3.1:  MATH 1108  - College Mathematics (or equivalent or higher)
  • Competency 3.2:  QANL 2216  - Statistics

Core Competency 5 - Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

  • Competency 5.2: ECON 1134  - Principles of Economics II

Core Competency 7 - The Individual and Society

  • Competency 7.2:  ECON 1133  - Principles of Economics I

Majors that comply with the College of Business (CoB) core are not restricted in the way that the Writing Across the Curriculum requirement is satisfied.

Free Electives: 21 credits


  • 21 credits chosen in consultation with the adviser.

These credits can provide advanced material, either in the major or in course work, which reflects emerging issues of importance.  Students should consult with their academic adviser for course selection.

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