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Human Resources Management

Promote an inclusive and engaged workforce of talented and committed individuals in vibrant and energetic organizations.  Human Resources Management has rapidly evolved from a functional to a strategic member of any organization, agency, or association; collaborating with executive leadership and senior management to engage teams in the vision and goals of an organization.  Human Resources professionals are leaders who understand the purpose of the organization, the global environment, and climate to promote the ethical treatment of diverse individual members and facilitate the development and retention of top talent and high performing members.

 

Human Resource Management Accelerated Student Progression – 20 Months

  • Year 1: Fall Semester 
    • ADMN 603- Excellence in Leadership: Theory and Practice
    • HRM 621- Workforce Development
    • HRM 641- Human Resources Development
  • Year 1: Spring Semester
    • ADMN 601- Excellence in Managing Contemporary Organizations
    • ADMN 628- Project Management
    • HRM 611- Employment Law and HRM
  • Year 1: Summer Semester
    • HRM 603- Negotiation and Conflict in HRM
    • HRM 623- Motivation, Compensation, and Benefits
  • Year 2: Fall Semester

    • INT 601- Intro to Research Design and Methods
    • ADMN 607- Accounting and Finance for Evaluation and Control
  • Year 2: Spring Semester
    • HRM 699- Capstone in Strategic  HRM
    • ADMN 613- Ethics for Leaders

Human Resource Management Life-Balance Student Progression – 28 Months

  • Year 1: Fall Semester 
    • ADMN 603- Excellence in Leadership: Theory and Practice
    • HRM 621- Workforce Development
  • Year 1: Spring Semester
    • ADMN 601- Excellence in Managing Contemporary Organizations
    • HRM 611- Employment Law and HRM
  • Year 1: Summer Semester
    • HRM 603- Negotiation and Conflict in HRM
    • HRM 623 Motivation, Compensation, and Benefits
  • Year 2: Fall Semester
    • ADMN 607- Accounting and Finance for Evaluation and Control
    • HRM 641- Human Resources Development
  • Year 2: Spring Semester
    • INT 601- Intro to Research Design and Methods
    • ADMN 628- Project Management
  • Year 2: Summer Semester
    • Summer Break
  • Year 3: Fall Semester 
    • HRM 699- Capstone in Strategic HRM
    • ADMN 613- Ethics for Leaders

Students interested in a dual concentration should contact their program chair.

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