Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management
Through this program, students gain understanding about organizational policies and guidelines, as well as how to use tools and techniques for the development of transformational work environments. This program prepares students to deal with human resources concepts and issues, including, motivation, organizational change, recruitment and selection and training and development.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate appropriate decision-making regarding employees in the workplace.
- Assess employee and organizational performance.
- Evaluate unethical behavior in the workplace according to Human Resources industry standards.
- Critically discuss core concepts in Human Resources Management.
Students must complete all the required core courses (48 Credits). Each course is valued as 3 Credits
HRM 100 Organizational Theory and Practice
HRM 105 Labor Relations and Union Management
HRM 109 Employee Performance Management
HRM 113 Legal Aspects of Human Resource Management
HRM 207 Human Resource Development and Staffing Strategies
HRM 218 Professional Writing
HRM 225 Conflicts Resolution Strategies
HRM 304 Employee Benefits and Compensations
HRM 319 Collective Bargaining
HRM 402 Intercultural Management
HRM 415 Employee Engagement
HRM 429 Strategic Management in Human Resources
HRM 432 Safety in the Workplace
HRM 437 Team Leadership
HRM 455 Employee Training
URES 499 Capstone Project for Undergraduate Studies
Students must complete all seven business core courses. Each course is valued as 3 Credits.