Human Resource Management

Bachelor of Science


General Education Requirements (27 credits)

CTA 226 Available Online Integrating Excel into Business Problem Solving

ECO 105 Available Online  Fundamentals of Economics

ENG 121 Available Online  English Composition I

ENG 122 Available Online  English Composition II

ENG 131 Available Online  Public Speaking

HUM 360 Available Online  Human World Views: 3500 BCE–1650 AD

HUM 361 Available Online  Human World Views: 1650 AD–Present

MAT 121 Available Online  College Math I

PHI 100 Available Online  Introduction to Critical Thinking

Humanities Electives (3 credits)

Natural Science Elective (3 credits)

Social Science Electives (6 credits)

Select two courses from the following:
PSY 101 Available Online  Introduction to Psychology
SOC 101 Available Online  Introduction to Sociology
History/Political Science Elective

Business Core (33 credits)

BAC 101 Available Online  Accounting I

BAC 102 Available Online  Accounting II

BBM 201 Available Online  Principles of Management

BBM 301 Available Online  Organizational Behavior (available as a co-op)

BBM 320 Available Online  Business Communications

BBM 402 Available Online  Strategic Management

BBM 411 Available Online  Operations and Systems Management

BMK 305 Available Online  Marketing

FIN 305 Available Online  Financial Management

MAT 122 Available Online  College Math II

MAT 308 Available Online  Inferential Statistics

Human Resource Program
Management Core (33 credits)

The College of Business programs require a minimum grade of "C" for program core courses. Students receiving a grade lower than "C" in any required program core course must retake that course.

BBM 319 Available Online Business Ethics

HRM 300 Available Online  Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining
HRM 490 Internship in Human Resource Management

HRM 305 Available Online  Staffing Organizations (available as a co-op)

HRM 310 Available Online  Organizational Development (available as a co-op)

HRM 311 Available Online  Human Resource Management

HRM 315 Available Online Occupational Health, Safety, and Security (prerequisite HRM 311 Available Online)

HRM 350 Available Online  International Human Resource Management

HRM 400 Available Online  Legal Aspects of Human Resource Management (prerequisite HRM 311)

HRM 405 Available Online  Compensation Administration (prerequisite HRM 311 Available Online )

HRM Upper Level Elective

HRM 450 Available Online Strategic Human Capital Management

HRM/BBM Electives (9 credits: certain courses may be available as a co-op)

Free Electives (6 credits)

Concentration in NonProfit Management

The nonprofit industry is one of the fastest growing employers. The industry is seeking out marketers, HR professionals, and managers with an interest in strategic planning within the nonprofit industry. This nonprofit concentration will focus on the following content areas: Introduction to nonprofits, fiscal management, advocacy and public policy, and one specific identified nonprofit course in the student’s program. There are four core courses in the concentration and one specific program course or an internship. Two of the courses are shared between the College of Behavioral Science and the College of Business. This is a concentration for bachelor’s degrees in Business Management, Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, and Sports Management.

Core Requirements (12 credits)

NFP 301 Available Online Intro to Nonprofit Agencies

NFP 302 Available Online Management of the Nonprofit Organization

NFP 303 Foundations of Fiscal Management for Nonprofit

NFP 304 Advocacy and Public Policy

Program Specific Requirements (3 credits)

Students can choose ONE of the following 5 courses:

BMK 339 Marketing for Nonprofits

FIN 331 Finance for Nonprofit

HRM 361 Human Resource Management in Public and Nonprofit Organizations

NFP 307 Fundraising for Nonprofits

SPM 309 Sports and Athletics Fundraising

*Students may substitute any program specific course for an alternate NFP course of their choosing or an internship.

Total concentration courses are five courses equaling 15 credits.

This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2015 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.