Human Resource Management
The human resource management major is designed to prepare a student to enter the field of human resource management/personnel policy administration.
The HRM function of an organization assumes responsibility for all aspects of creating and maintaining the organizations labor pool including staffing, training and development, performance evaluation, compensation, and labor relations.
Human Resource Management Major Requirements - 21 Credits
HRM 305 - Human Resource Policy/Administration
HRM 406 - Talent Sourcing & Acquisition
HRM 407 - Compensation and Performance Management
HRM 408 - Legal Issues in Human Resources
HRM 409 - Talent & Leadership Development
DS 310 - Data Mining for Business Intelligence
ECON 321 - Labor in the American Economy
ECON 4021 - Economics of the Labor Sector
HRM 485 - Seminar: Human Resource Management
HRM 495 - Research: Human Resource Management^
MKT 363 - Digital Consumer Search & Marketing
OB 401 - Management Skills Development
OB 402 - Organizational Change and Development
OB 403 - Negotiation & Conflict Management
OB 404 - International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior
OB 485 - Seminar: Organizational Behavior
OB 495 - Research: Organizational Behavior^
PSYC 3955 - Diversity and the Workplace
^ Students must obtain instructor approval in advance for independent research.
Note: HRM majors may be able to petition for permission to utilize BI 350/450,COB internship, to satisfy one "choose from" HRM Elective. The internship must be approved by the department chairperson in advance of the work assignment.