Human Resource Management
- Major Courses and General Education Courses
- Admission and Transfer Requirements
- Graduation Requirements
Why Choose Human Resource Management? - Program Spotlight
As a student, you have the opportunity to develop expertise in human resource management through courses in employment law, compensation, negotiations, and employee benefits. You also receive a well-rounded education in business through courses in accounting, computer information systems, finance, international business, management and marketing.
In addition, the required internship allows you to earn university credit while gaining valuable experience. Internships often lead to permanent employment.
Do you enjoy working with people? Helping people? Are you looking for a job that will make use of your 'people skills' in a business setting? You might find the right career for you in human resource management, a field that depends upon people skills and talents.
Professionals in the human resource management field work each day with a variety of people, including employees and job applicants, managers and union representatives. They also work in a variety of roles. They may, for example, be responsible for recruiting and selecting the best employees available for a job. They also counsel employees, conduct training and career development programs and perform job evaluations. They work in compensation and benefits administration and participate in negotiations. They also engage in personnel research and job analysis.
The education you receive is also beneficial for gaining employment in various management positions.
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