This concentration provides students a broad background in the management of human resources as well as an awareness of the functional specialties within the field of human resource management. In addition to qualifying students for specific careers in human resources management and general management, this concentration also provides an excellent entry to a variety of professional positions which demand effective direction of people.
Human Resource Management Concentration: Twelve credits
(based on 2011-12 catalogue requirements)
MGMT 400 Recruitment & Selection (three credits)
MGMT 405 Compensation & Performance Appraisal (three credits)
MGMT 410 Training & Organizational Development (three credits)
MGMT 415 Employment Law & Labor Relations (three credits)