Business Admin with Human Resource Mgmt (B.S.)
The Business Administration with Human Resource Management program offers students in the School of Professional Studies an undergraduate major leading to the Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) in Business Administration with a specialization in Human Resources Management.
The Business Administration with Human Resource Management curriculum prepares students to attract, manage and develop the workforce organizations need to ensure a strategic competitive advantage in a fluid local economy that is influenced by global pressures. 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 across the public, private and non-profit sectors.
Course work in the Business Administration with Human Resource Management major is divided into seven categories: core curriculum requirements, co-requisite, professional skills, functional core, concentration, electives and senior seminar courses.
|Core Curriculum Courses||26 credits|
|Co-Requisite Courses (completed as part of the Core Curriculum)||12 credits|
|Professional Skills Courses||12 credits|
|Functional Core Courses||30 credits|
|Concentration Courses||21 credits|
|Elective Courses||16 credits|
|Senior Seminar||3 credits|
|Total Course Credits||120 credits|
Featured CoursesBADM 221 Financial AccountingIntroduces the concepts and techniques of financial accounting as prescribed by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASBE). Students study and understand balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, and journals and ledgers, and how to prepare them. Accounting concepts such as revenue recognition, asset measurement, alternative inventory valuation methods, intangible assets, present value, stockholders equity, and liabilities and interest are also studied. Students come away from the course with an understanding of the importance of accounting in business decision-making. Formerly ACC 235.
Prerequisites: MATH 110 BADM 227 Team Dynamics and DevelopmentStudents of Team Dynamics and Development explore the psychological dynamics inherent in small groups working as teams and the processes they might use to be more effective in developing cooperation and communication, while achieving their mission. Students assess a team's ability to inclusively engage in conflict, share power, express creativity to solve problems and make decisions.
BADM 101 prior is recommended but not required. BADM 229 Performance Management and ProductivityStudents in Performance Management and Productivity will examine the relationship between performance management programs with clear and measurable objectives and sustainable productivity. Students will develop performance measurement metrics, which they will apply in programs to improve or sustain good and measurable performance objectives, students will analyze and interpret the results of performance measurement programs.
BADM 101 prior is recommended but not required. BADM 375 Introduction to Organizational DevelopmentApplies behavioral science theories and techniques to assess the current health of an organization and its ability to adapt to environmental changes, improve internal relationships, and increase its problem-solving capabilities thereby increasing effectiveness. The course studies the essential steps for achieving change at the individual, group, and organizational level necessary to adapt to the dynamic external environment. The course also examines processes and outcomes of planned change efforts in organizations. Fomerly MGT 357 Introduction to Organizational Development.
Prerequisites: BADM 251 or BADM 373 BADM 426 Managing ChangeThis course consolidates concepts of organizational theory, organizational behavior and models of change. It is intended to provide students the opportunity to demonstrate their analytic abilities applied to fundamental issues of organizing and leading in a complex environment.
Prerequisites: BADM 328 and PHIL 353
- Human Resources Manager
- Human Capital Manager
- Recruitment Director
- Benefits Manager
Mr. V.R. Nemani, Associate Professor of Business Administration