Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management

The Human Resource Management (HRM) program provides a theoretical and practical understanding of organizational dynamics, and highlights the critical role that people play in enabling organizations to achieve their strategic objectives. Students learn how to apply human resource theories to improve individual, team, and organizational effectiveness.

The course curriculum reflects the major HR unctions, including staffing, development, employee relations, performance management, compensation, and change management.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

1. Critically evaluate human resource theories and apply them to organizational contexts.

2. Identify the major steps needed to design, implement, and evaluate human resource programs and instruments.

3. Explain how national cultures differ from each other and how such differences impact work-related attitudes and behaviors.

4. Demonstrate how the primary business functions (e.g. Strategy, Production, Marketing, etc.) contribute to organizational effectiveness and explain how major external factors (e.g., consumer preferences, economic factors, legislation, etc.) impact organizations.

5. Identify and solve business problems through the application of human resource management and general business knowledge.

 6. Conduct research in a chosen area of specialization and document and defend the research results.

7. Communicate effectively in writing and verbally, and deliver professional-level presentations.

8. Operate individually and contribute to team effectiveness with only general supervision.

9. Demonstrate leadership in planning and managing projects and small teams.

 10. Recognize and resolve ethical dilemmas in the workplace, and explain the basic principle of corporate social responsibility.