About this Bachelor's Degree
The human resource management emphasis is designed to provide students with the competencies needed to help organizations acquire, develop and retain the people whose efforts are crucial to organizational success. Courses in the human resource management curriculum expose students not only to useful human resource management principles, but also to specific, real-world techniques and practices.
Careers in management are available in industry, government, service organizations and teaching. Students’ education and training will, when coupled with additional maturity and experience, serve to further their careers in more responsible management positions such as production or plant manager, labor relations director or personnel administrator.
- Students will be able to conduct workforce planning, evaluate and conduct job analyses, and exhibit understanding of approaches to job design
- Students will be able to evaluate, develop, and implement human resource staffing policies and plans
- Students will be able to evaluate, develop, and implement human resource training and development policies and plans
- Students will be able to evaluate, develop, and implement performance management policies and plans
- Students will be able to evaluate, develop, and implement plans designed to facilitate the employer-employee relationship