Our human resource management major is one of only 10 undergraduate programs across the country to be endorsed by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) based on the guidelines created by SHRM and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Thirteen major content areas, based on extensive research analysis, prepare students to lead employees in high performance work practices.
The major can also help students prepare for the Human Resource Management Certification programs (PHR and GPHR) that are available through the Society of Human Resource Management.
The human resource degree provides students with:
In addition to the Business core, the following courses are required for a major in human resource management:
BN 304 Human Resources Management
BN 380 Organizational Behavior
BN 392 Advanced Topics in Human Resource Management
BN 386 Compensation, Benefits, and Evaluation
1 Human Resource Management elective
Students minoring in human resource management will develop effective human resource strategy for innovation in a global environment. Courses in the minor include:
- Principles of Management
- Principles of Law
- Human Resource Management
- Advance Topics in Human Resource Management
For more information, contact the program coordinator or view the university catalog.