The Bachelor program develops the tools and skills that students will need to manage the increasing challenges of the business world and, in particular, the areas of general management. Upon completion of this program students have the foundation and skills to develop a successful career upon entering the workforce.
The Bachelor programs lay the foundations of general knowledge in language, mathematics and social sciences to widen and increase appreciation of issues that affect student’s life and that may impact future career paths or development. Additionally, the program prepares students to analyze and develop an understanding of the many factors that affect a business situation and provides the tools to propose solutions to problems and opportunities. The program develops skills in the areas of accounting, finance, marketing, operations, human resources and economics among others while developing communication skills and operating within a legal and ethical framework.
Bachelor of Human Resources Management program places special emphasis in the human resources management function as well as general knowledge of operations management, psychology and labor law among others.
All Bachelor programs require 120 credit hours for graduation. Students are expected to enroll in 12 to 15 credit hours per semester which would allow completion of all requirements in in about 3 calendar years if enrolled continuously.
The cost of tuition for the programs is $9,600.
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|-||Human Resources Management – 66 Credit Hours||-|
|HRM 3100||Social Security||3|
|HRM 3200||Labor Relations I||3|
|HRM 3300||Human Resource Management||3|
|OPM 3100||Quality Control I||3|
|OPM 3500||Production Management||3|
|HRM 3400||Performance Management||3|
|ACC 3200||Intermediate Accounting||3|
|FIN 3300||Financial Management I||3|
|HRM 3500||Management of Change||3|
|MAN 3300||Strategic Management I||3|
|HRM 3600||Salary & Compensation Management||3|
|HRM 3700||Human Resources Administration||3|
|MAN 3800||Business Leadership||3|
|MAN 4200||Business Policy||3|
|HRM 4200||General Psychology||3|
|HRM 4300||Industrial Psychology||3|
|HRM 4400||Supervision Techniques I||3|
|HRM 4500||Sociology of the Workplace||3|
|HRM 4600||Occupational Health & Safety||3|
|OPM 4100||Organization & Methods||3|
|MAN 4300||Planning & Control||3|
|HRM 4700||Management Leadership||3|
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Last updated October 23, 2017