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Human Resource Management Program

Bachelor of Arts — Program Overview

Think "human resources." Chances are, you're picturing piles of paychecks and paperwork. But what if we told you today's HR professionals are running companies, transforming organizations and pioneering modern business strategies? They are, and so can you!

Get a degree in human resource management, and learn how to manage an organization’s most important resource — its people.

EARN A QUALITY DEGREE. Our curriculum follows guidelines set and approved by The Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), the world's largest human resource association. You can even join Briar Cliff's own student SHRM chapter.

LEARN FROM THE BEST. In our HR program, you'll learn the latest trends and best practices in employment relationships, benefits, prevailing laws, labor relations and recruitment. And you'll be taught by veteran faculty who know you by name, not a number.

BECOME WANTED. Thanks to an ever-evolving business climate, a qualified H.R. professional is more vital now than ever — just ask the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics



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Core Human Resource Management Courses

ACCT 203 - Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 204 - Principles of Accounting II
BUAD 223 - Legal Environment of Business
BUAD 225 - Principles of Management
BUAD 310 - Business Research
ECON 210 - Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 211 - Principles of Macroeconomics
HRM 325 - Human Resource Management
HRM 335 - Organizational Behavior
HRM 336 - Training and Development
HRM 355 - Employment Law
HRM 385 - Global Management
HRM 408 - Labor Management Relations
HRM 420 - Compensation
HRM 425 - Strategic Human Resources Management
MATH 200 - Elementary Statistics
MIS 220 - Microcomputer Applications for Business
PHIL 212 - Ethics in Business and Society
PSYC 110 - Introduction to Psychology
SOCY 240 - Racial, Ethnic and Gender Inequality
SPEC 109 - Human Communication
SPEC 111 - Public Speaking
WRTG 159 - Contemporary Argument and Research
WRTG 225 - Organizational Communications

Additional Program Requirements

The human resource management degree also includes one of the following courses:

To graduate, majors must maintain a grade of C- or better in all major core and supporting courses.