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Human Resource Management

Degree Offered: Associate in Applied Science

Credits Required: 60/61 (2016-2017 Academic Year)

This degree program is ideal for those seeking entry level human resource management positions as human resource recruiters, trainers, interviewers, team leaders, and facilitators, but is also an excellent professional development curriculum for those already working in the management or human resources fields.

The Human Resource Management program will help the student gain insight into many aspects of the field while focusing on the business’s most valuable resource...people. This degree program will prepare the student for most entry-level human resource management positions in product, service, or public industry.

The student will also be introduced to the essential core functions of human resources, including recruitment and selection. Qualified students may opt to participate in a business internship to gain experience in a real world setting and enhance their value to perspective employers.

Program Outcomes

Graduates will be able to

  1. Communicate effectively using technology.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to assess peers.
  3. Demonstrate effective non-verbal presentation skills.
  4. Write research papers using appropriate citations.
  5. Demonstrate effective journal writing skills.

Crosswalks

Click below to view a crosswalk (transition of program courses from an old program to a current program): 

2012-2013 Human Resource Management

2010 - 2011 Human Resource Management

2009 - 2010 Human Resource Management

 

Curriculum - 1st Year

First Semester - 15 Credits

CodeTitleCredits
BUSC 105Professional Relations 3.00
BUSM 112Principles of Management 3.00
CIST 100Introduction to Information Tech 3.00
VISC 110Understanding Media 3.00
WRIT 101English Composition 3.00

Second Semester - 15 Credits

CodeTitleCredits
BUSC 120Social Media 3.00
BUSC 220Team Development 3.00
BUSH 210Organizational Behavior 3.00
BUSM 241Human Resources Management 3.00
LITR 210Concepts of Literature 3.00
 OR 
WRIT 103Writing For Business/Tech 3.00

Curriculum - 2nd Year

Third Semester - 15 Credits

CodeTitleCredits
BUSC 110Interpersonal Communications 3.00
BUSC 205Leadership 3.00
BUSM 260Project Management 3.00
MATH 110Mathematics of Business (or higher)3.00
 OR 
MATH 126Statistics 4.00
 OR 
 TAOC Category Three 
 OR 
BIOL 110Human Ecology & Heredity 3.00
 OR 
CHEM 105Principles of Biological Chemistry 3.00
 OR 
PHYS 110Introduction to Astronomy 3.00
 OR 
 TAOC Category Five (PSYC or SOCI) 

Fourth Semester - 15 Credits

CodeTitleCredits
BUSH 220Compensation and Benefits 3.00
BUSH 230Event and Media Planning 3.00
BUSH 240Employment Law 3.00
BUSM 115Customer Relationship Management 3.00
 OR 
BUSM 270Business Internship 3.00
SOCI 231Cultural Diversity in American Soci 3.00
 OR 
 OR 
 TAOC Category Five (PSYC or SOCI)