Human Resource Management

Managing the workforce's most precious resource

The Human Resource Management program is designed with the student in mind. Building upon the liberal arts education and technical training students, you will learn to deal with common business problems in an informed, socially-sensitive manner.  You will receive an in-depth training of the skills and knowledge required in human resources management.  

Requirements for graduation

40 courses = 120 credits

Please refer to the Undergraduate Catalog for a more detailed explanation of the specific degree requirements and course prerequisites.

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Core Classes
(15 required courses)

Basic Requirements (2 courses)
 EN103 Composition & Rhetoric I
 EN104 Composition & Rhetoric II

Modes of Thinking
(4 courses)
 MOT Literature: EN 110, 112, 115, EN 118
 MOT Natural Science: BI 209, 211, or CH 209
 MOT Philosophy: PL 109
 MOT Mathematics: MA 110 or MA 121
 MOT Social Science: Covered By Major

Cultural Literacy
(6 courses)
 Humanities 1: H1201, HI 213, or P0 201
 Humanities 2: HI 202, HI 214, HI 262, or P0 202
 Humanities 3: Great Works of Art or Music
 Humanities 4: Great Works of Literature
 Foreign Language or World Cultures Course 1 *
 Foreign Language or World Cultures Course 2 *
 *Students must complete either two consecutive language courses or
  two World Cultures courses to satisfy this requirement.
  Languages are recommended for IB majors.


Christian Values and Theology 
(3 courses)
 TH109 Catholic Theology
 Intermediate Theology (200 - 300 level)
 Values Seminar: MG, PL, TH

Electives
(as needed)
    Select courses from any academic area.

Human Resource Management

MG 100 Introduction to Business
MG 201 Principles of Management
MG 211 Quantitative Business Analysis
MK 201 Principles of Marketing
EC 209 Principles of Macroeconomics
EC 210 Principles of Microeconomics
AB 217 Financial Accounting
AB 219 Managerial Accounting
AB 272 The Legal Environment of Business 
FN 330 or 331 Financial Management
MG 305 Human Resource Management
MG 400 Organizational Behavior
HR 315 Strategic Compensation and Benefits
HR 320 Employment law
HR 452 Capstone: Real World Scenarios
HR Elective

CLASSES START SOON

  Summer 2 Minimester  (Online)
       6/29 - 8/8 (6 weeks)

 ①  Session 1 2015
      8/24 - 10/17

 ① Mid-Fall Session 2015
       9/21 - 11/14

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