Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
Concentration in Human Resource Management 

Human Resource Management is one of the fastest growing careers in the world today.  Human resource professionals are not only the employee champions but also act as administrative experts, change agents, and strategic partners.  HR professionals connect an organization's most important assets and people, to products and services produced through value added activities.  These activities include talent management, training and development, change management, and strategic planning.

Possible Careers: Recruiters, Training and Development Managers, Human Resource Generalist, Human Resource Manager, Compensation and Benefits Specialist, Senior Project Manager

To graduate with a degree in Management with a concentration in Human Resource Management you must complete the following:
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Business Core - 27 Hours
Course Course Names Hrs.
ACCT 203 Principles of Accounting I 3
ACCT 204 Principles of Accounting II 3
GBUS 204 Business Law 3
MGT 301 Management Principles 3
MKT 301 Marketing Principles 3
ECFI 305 Managerial Finance 3
BCOM 301 Business Communication 3
MGT 602 Production and Operations Management 3
MGT 499 Business Policy 3



HRM Concentration - 18 Hours
Course Course Name Hrs.
MGT 101 Introduction to Business  
MGT 403 Business, Society, Ethics 3
MGT 410 Organizational Behavior & Development 3
MGT 411 Applied Management Skills 3
MGT 611 Human Resource Management 3
MIS 304 Management Information Systems 3



HRM Requirements - 18 Hours
Course Course Name Hrs.
MGT 610 Labor Relations & Collective Bargaining 3
MGT 612 Recruitment, Selection, & Retention 3
MGT 613 Total Compensation 3
MGT 614 Training and Development 3
GBUS 673 Problems in Business: Employment Law 3
LDRS 306 Leadership and Team Dynamics 3
COMM 606 Conflict Management Through Communications 3