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Human Resource Management, BS


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Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management

Normal Time to Completion: Four Years

This program is offered on Main Campus and online.

The Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management provides students with the opportunity to acquire specific human resource management skills and knowledge. The program is designed to help students develop proficiency in human capital asset management and understand the importance of the specific functions of an organizations' human resource department.

Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management Program Outcomes

  1. Legislation - Students will analyze the historical, social, and ethical relevance of specific employment legislation and the effects of their implementation in today's organizations.
  2. Analyze Practices - Students will evaluate and analyze the organizational effects of specific employment practices on the changes in function within management and the operational environment within an organization.
  3. Organizational Effects - Students will compare and contrast elements of an organization, its policies, and its practices related to its culture, structure, and development.
  4. Ethical Conduct - Through case studies, students will evaluate the role of the human resource function in fostering a culture of ethical business practices.
  5. Accounting - Through examination and analysis, students will apply the principles and practices of accounting as it pertains to management practices.
  6. Collaborative Praxis - Through examination and analysis of historical events and organizational cases, students will identify practices within organizations that lead to high levels of communication, critical thinking, and collaboration among organizational entities.

Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management


General Education: 60 Required Credits


Liberal Arts: 21 Required Credits


Designated Writing Course: 3 Required Credits


Math: 6 Required Credits


Science: 3 Required Credits


  • Elective 3 Credits

Open Electives: 15 Required Credits


  • Elective 3 Credits
  • Elective 3 Credits
  • Elective 3 Credits
  • Elective 3 Credits
  • Elective 3 Credits

Major & Core: 54 Required Credits


Capstone: 3 Required Credits


College to Career Core: 6 Required Credits


Total Program Credits: 120 Required Credits


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