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Academic Catalog '14-'15 | Business Administration with HR Management

Business Administration with Human Resource Management

Description

The B.S. in Business Administration with Human Resource Management program prepares students to attract, sustain and manage the workforce that organizations need to gain and hold strategic competitive advantage in a fluid and flexible local economy that is influenced by global pressures. With concentrations in Administration, Training & Development, and Public & Government Agencies, the program allows students to gain a breadth of knowledge about human resources with a depth of insight into certain areas of human resource management.

The major is designed to align with the outcomes and competencies of the Society of Human Resource Management (S.H.R.M.), which is the world leader in defining and assessing competence in the field. Completing this program prepares students to take the S.H.R.M. Assurance of Learning assessment and lays the groundwork for them to take the Professional in Human Resources (P.H.R.) examination if they have the appropriate work experience. Both of these certifications indicate readiness, competence and experience to potential employers.

Major Requirements

Functional Core Courses (15 credits)
BADM 101 Introduction to Business
BADM 213 Quantitative Methods of Business
BADM 221 Financial Accounting
BADM 223 Managerial Accounting
BADM 231 Theory and Practice of Marketing

Professional Skills Courses (15 credits)
Students take 4 required courses:
BADM 241 Introduction to Computer Applications for Business
BADM 251 Management and Leadership Development
BADM 345 Intermediate Computer Applications for Business
ENGL 209 Business Writing

Students choose one course:
BADM 426 Managing Change
BADM 451 Project Management
BADM 461 Human Resources Management and Business Strategy
BADM 463 Global Human Resources Management

Human Resource Management Core (6 Credits)
BADM 371 Human Resource Management
BADM 373 Organizational Behavior

Human Resource Management Concentrations (15 Credits)
Students select ONE concentration.

Human Resource Management in Administration Concentration
BADM 229 Performance Management and Productivity
BADM 352 Managing a Diverse Workfore
BADM 363 Human Resources Law and Employee Safety
BADM 378 Total Compensation Strategies
BADM 379 Labor and Union Relations

Human Resource Management in Training and Development Concentration
BADM 227 Team Dynamics and Development
BADM 352 Managing a Diverse Workfore
BADM 375 Introduction to Organizational Development
BADM 377 Training and Development
COM 415 Conflict in the Workplace

Human Resource Management in Public and Government Agencies Concentration
BADM 352 Managing a Diverse Workfore
BADM 361 Issues in Outsourcing: Planning and Practice
BADM 363 Human Resources Law and Employee Safety
BADM 365 Public and Non Profit Human Resources Management
BADM 379 Labor and Union Relations

Senior Seminar (3 credits)
BADM 499 Senior Seminar

Program Policies

Advanced Placement: Credits earned through AP examinations do not fulfill requirements of the Business Administration with Human Resource Management program.

CLEP Policy: Credits earned through CLEP examinations may fulfill requirements of the Business Administration with Human Resource Management program. Students interested in pursuing CLEP examinations should consult with their program chair.

Cross-Tallied Courses: Courses that are cross-tallied represent identical courses offered with a different program prefix. Students may not enroll in or receive credit for more than one iteration of a cross-tallied course (even in different semesters).

Grades in Major Courses: Students are required to earn a grade of “C” (2.0) or better in all courses counted to fulfill requirements for the major, including the Senior Seminar course.

Pass/No Pass: No course fulfilling major requirements in the Business Administration with Human Resource Management program may be taken Pass/No Pass, with the exception of the BADM 491, which is graded Pass/No Pass.

TELL Policy: Students applying for credit in experiential learning should consult with the program faculty.

Transfer Credits: Credits in courses equivalent to those required for the major from a similar institution may be accepted toward a major. Students majoring in Business Administration with Human Resource Management must take a minimum of twelve (12) credits in the program at Trinity, in addition to BADM 499.

Senior Assessment: All majors are required to take BADM 499 at Trinity.

Course Descriptions

BADM 101 Introduction to Business
BADM 213 Quantitative Methods of Business
BADM 221 Financial Accounting
BADM 223 Managerial Accounting
BADM 227 Team Dynamics and Development
BADM 229 Performance Management and Productivity
BADM 231 Theory and Practice of Marketing
BADM 241 Introduction to Computer Applications for Business
BADM 251 Management and Leadership Development
BADM 345 Intermediate Computer Applications for Business
BADM 352 Managing a Diverse Workfore
BADM 361 Issues in Outsourcing: Planning and Practice
BADM 363 Human Resources Law and Employee Safety
BADM 365 Public and Non Profit Human Resources Management
BADM 371 Human Resource Management
BADM 373 Organizational Behavior
BADM 375 Introduction to Organizational Development
BADM 377 Training and Development
BADM 378 Total Compensation Strategies
BADM 379 Labor and Union Relations
BADM 426 Managing Change
BADM 451 Project Management
BADM 461 Human Resources Management and Business Strategy
BADM 463 Global Human Resources Management
BADM 499 Senior Seminar
COM 415 Conflict in the Workplace
ENGL 209 Business Writing

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Questions may be directed to the Office of Academic Affairs at academicaffairs@trinitydc.edu.

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