The Division of Business offers a degree program in Human Resource Management (HRM) designed to:
- Develop men and women who can draw upon their liberal arts education and technical business training in order to deal with business problems in an informed, socially sensitive manner
- Give students an in-depth understanding of the skills and knowledge required to manage human resources in a changing environment
- Equip students with the skills necessary to successfully pursue their careers and meet the challenges of the profession
- Prepare students for graduate study in business and/or management.
- Introduction to Business
- Principles of Management
- Quantitative Business Analysis
- Principles of Marketing
- Principles of Macroeconomics
- Principles of Microeconomics
- Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
- Legal Environment of Business
- Financial Management
- Human Resource Management
- Organizational Behavior
- Strategic Compensation & Benefits
- Employment Law
- Capstone Real World Scenarios
- HRM Elective
Human Resource Management courses are offered only in ACCESS.
Review detailed course descriptions for the Human Resource Management Major in the Undergraduate Course Catalog.
Human Resource Management Workshops
A series of workshops or short one credit courses have been developed that may satisfy one of the electives. HRM courses will be offered only through ACCESS.
- Effective Interviewing
- Career Counseling & Development
- Staffing Selection
- Training and Development
- Individual Differences in Workplace
- Psychology of Motivation
- Conflict Resolution
- Personal Career Management
- Sexual/Gender Discrimination
- Performance Evaluations
- Diversity in the Workplace
- Generational Diversity at Work
- Counseling and Discipline
- Crisis Management
- Workplace Security and Safety
- Employment Practices Liability
- Consumer Mortgage Crisis 2009
- Human Resource Change Management Workshop
- Personal Branding
Our business curriculum is designed to accommodate those students who opt to major in two different areas of business. Most Business major core courses are completed in the student's Freshman and Sophomore years. Courses specific to their dual degrees can then be completed during the Junior and Senior years - allowing students to complete two degrees in the traditional four year period.
For more information about Human Resource Management electives or core business courses, please see the Graduation Requirement link for Human Resource Management, or email Dr. Christopher R. Cocozza, Division Head, Division of Business.