Human Resources Option

Students in human resources management study how organizations attract, motivate, develop, and retain employees, and how they interact with organizations representing employees. Topics covered include recruiting, external and internal staffing, compensation theory and administration, performance management, training and development, labor-management relations, and equal employment opportunity. This concentration is pursued by students seeking staff jobs in the human resources department, supervisory and team leader jobs, and entry into management training programs that precede job placement. It is appropriate for those who seek positions in both public and private sector organizations.

A student must take a minimum of 12 credits, distributed as follows:

M H R 305 Human Resource Management3
Complete 3 of the following OR two of the following and one elective:9-10
Compensation: Theory and Administration
Personnel Staffing and Evaluation
Labor-Management Relations
Contemporary Topics
Reading and Research-Management (Double counting of M H R 399 across options within the M H R major is prohibited.)
Strategic Management
Employee Benefits Management
Wages and the Labor Market
Total Credits12-13
MATH 2115ECON 1014 
GEN BUS 1101PSYCH 2023 
Communications A3Science 3 
Ethnic Studies 3Humanities, Social Science, or Literature 3 
 12 13 
GEN BUS 3063ACCT I S 2113 
ACCT I S 1003OTM 3003 
M H R 3003MARKETNG 3003 
GEN BUS 3003M H R 3053 
 16 15 3
M H R 610 or 6113M H R 6123 
Communications B3-4Business Breadth 3 
Ethics 13-4Elective 3 
Elective 3Elective 3 
Elective 3  
 15-17 12 
GEN BUS 3013Business Breadth 3 
Elective 3Science 3 
Humanities, Social Science, or Literature3Elective 3 
Humanities, Social Science, or Literature 3M H R 612, 365, 399, 423, 628, or R M I 6203 
 12 12 
Total Credits 110-112