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Minor in Human Resource Management

Undergraduate - Business Students

Minor in Human Resource Management

HR professionals are gaining greater value as the war for talent expands across industries. This has led to an increase in HR job opportunities including internships. By earning a minor in human resources, students have an opportunity to earn a valid HR credential, not just for their first job, but throughout their careers.

Required Courses
  • ***Required Strategic HRM Knowledge
  • MGMT 410: Intro to HR Management (must be taken prior or concurrently with a Core Functional Course)
  • ***Required HRM Functional Core Knowledge (choose 3):
  • MGMT 413: Recruiting & Selecting Effective Employees
  • MGMT 416: Training, Development and Managing Careers
  • MGMT 419: Managing Performance and Compensation
  • MGMT 431: Legal Environment for Managing Employees
Electives
  • ***Choose 1 from the following options:
  • MGMT 400: HRM Data Analytics
  • MGMT 434: International Human Resources
  • BLAW/MGMT 525: Negotiations and Dispute Settlement
  • ***or
  • MGMT 413, 416, 419, 431 (taken beyond the required Functional Core Knowledge)
Required Hours: 12  +  Elective Hours: 3  =  Total Hours: 15

A minor in human resources provides students with a credible foundation for an HR career path including a marketable endorsement and provides a foundation for graduates seeking to obtain the SHRM-CP (Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional).


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