Bachelor of Science in
The human resource major provides 21st-century skills, knowledge and
understanding of human resource functions in private- and public-sector
organizational settings. These functions include human resource planning;
recruitment, selection, placement and orientation of employees; training and
career development; labor relations; management of performance appraisal,
compensation and benefit programs; and development of personnel policies and
procedures. The curriculum also covers management and organizational theory,
organizational behavior and development approaches, labor relations theory and
practice, interpersonal skill development and women's perspectives in
management. Students are prepared for work in business administration and human
resources in the for-profit, nonprofit or public sector. Through the proper
selection of courses, the student can prepare for the certification examinations
for Professional in Human Resources, Senior Professional in Human Resources and
Global Professional in Human Resources, which are offered by the Society of
Human Resource Management.
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Contact: Robin Hawkins, 443-360-9136
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Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
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