College of Business and Technology

Human Resource Management (BS)

The Bachelor of Science in Human Resources Management equips learners with the necessary skills and strategies to become adaptable, growth-oriented human resource professionals. By adopting a human resources and people management perspective, learners will become valuable human resource leaders. Learners will acquire decision-making, communication strategies, and the necessary business acumen skills to position themselves as leaders within the industry. The program will focus on developing human resource professionals who can balance the demands of both human and technological environments.  In accordance with the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), this program examines important topics such as talent management, diversity and inclusion, employee engagement, and employment law. Additionally, learners will explore current and emerging trends within the human resources field, including the evolving nature of work and organizational structures, and their impact on the industry.

General Education Requirements

All degree seeking undergraduate students must complete the general education requirements.

Degree Requirements

Bachelor of Science degree consists of a major of typically 30 to 60 credits, general education courses, and elective courses totaling a minimum of 120 credits.

BUS 200Leading in Complex Organizations3
BUS 220Project Management3
BUS 240Leadership, Influence and Negotiations3
BUS 260High Impact Digital Communications3
BUS 270Modern Marketing3
BUS 300Principles of Human Resource Management3
BUS 320Fundamentals of Accounting3
BUS 335Finance for Managers3
BUS 370Data Analytics and Visualization3
BUS 400Social Responsibility, Legal Implications, and Business Ethics3
HRM 460Employment Law3
HRM 456Training and Development3
HRM 465Managing Total Rewards3
HRM 475Staffing, Recruiting, and Performance Management3
HRM 480Strategic Human Resource Management3
Total Credits45