Minor In Human Resources Management

Special emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills that are increasingly useful to managers, such as conceptual, analytical, communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills. Students learn to diagnose organizational issues in a way that reflects an understanding of multiple, interacting levels of organizational analysis, including current environmental and global forces.

Requirements for Human Resources Management minor:
  

  • MG 250     Human Resources Management
  • MG 350     Human Resources Staffing
  • MG 351     Human Resources Training and Development
  • One Arts and Sciences course from this list:

                COM             210 Effective Speaking
                COM 311      Money, Power, Communication
                COM 320      Intercultural Communication
                COM 322      Theories of Persuasion
                HI 347          Work and the American Worker
                LA 104          Gender and the Law
                LA 105          Race and the Law
                LA 106          Outsiders and the Law
                PH 130          Corporate Social Responsibility
                PH 131          Philosophy of Work
                PS 311          Social Psychology
                SO 263         Sociology of Work and Organizations