Minor in Human Resources Management


Human Resources play a key role in private and public-sector organizations. The minor in Human Resources Management is designed to provide students with the opportunity to broaden their capabilities to enter their chosen fields and/or enhance their career paths at some later time.

Students who graduate with a minor in Human Resources Management will be able to:

  • Conduct effective human resource planning for technological innovation in a global environment.
  • Describe the importance of internal and external organizational and the impact of their interrelationships on human resource function.
  • Explain the processes of job analysis, staffing and compensation, career training, and development.
  • Identify various performance appraisal systems and critically evaluate their pros and cons.
  • Demonstrate cohesive team-management skills in decision making, communications, motivation, and interpersonal behavior the history of union/management relations and associated major federal, state, and local legislation; executive orders; and court decisions.
  • Understand the processes and tools for bargaining, negotiating, and resolving disputes.
  • Demonstrate information literacy through the use of commonly accepted quantitative and qualitative analytical research methods to evaluate human resource initiatives and to solve problems.
  • Develop effective written and oral communication consistent with the business and professional environment.

Students are required to use the following table:

Course #

Description

Credits

Prerequisite

MGT 201

Principles of Human Resources Management

3

None

MGT 210

 Organizational Staffing 

3

MGT 201

MGT 325

Compensation and Reward Systems 

3

MGT 210

CHOOSE TWO OF THE FOLLOWING

MGT 202

 Business Negotiations 

3

MGT 201

MGT 312

Training and Career Development

3

MGT 210

MGT 337

 Recruitment and Selection 

3

MGT 210

MGT 411

Leadership, Quality and Performance

3

Senior Standing

BAD 317

Organizational Behavior

3

BAD 201

BAD 427

 Human Resources Management

3

BAD 317

Total

 

15 cr.

 

Suggested Program:

First semester: MGT 201

Second semester: MGT 210, and any elective course from the pool

Third semester: MGT 325. and any elective course from the pool