This major prepares today’s college graduates for business careers both as generalists in human resource departments, with oversight for areas like hiring, compensation and benefits, safety, training, and conflict resolution and as managers or supervisors in other areas of an organization’s life. In addition to usual HR topics, course topics include group dynamics, styles of communication, problems of supervision, ethics and decision making, and organizational behavior. Courses in this curriculum prepare graduates to respond effectively to rapid change and cultivate broad perspectives so necessary for effective leadership in today’s diverse organizations.
|HRS 445||Theory and Practice of Adult Learning||3|
|BBL 408||Foundations of Christian Thought||3|
|HRS 430||Organizational Analysis||3|
|HRS 451||Introduction to Human Resources||3|
|HRS 441||Business and Interpersonal Communication||3|
|HRS 453||Policies and Personnel Management||3|
|HRS 432||Human Resources: Research and Resources||3|
|HRS 457||Principles of Management and Supervision||3|
|BBL 409||Christianity in Dialogue||3|
|PLS 401||Christian Faith and Politics||3|
|SGY 410||Marriage, Family and Church||3|
|HRS 455||Employee & Labor Relations||3|
|HRS 443||Training and Development||3|
|HRS 470||Senior Seminar||3|
|HRS 458||Current Issues in HR||3|
Students must complete 126 credits for graduation in the human resources major.
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