Management is a universal process that applies to all career fields and to private, public, and nonprofit organizations. The curriculum offers two majors: the management major and the human resource management major.
The management major should be selected by students who want a broad background that prepares them for administrative careers in a wide range of settings. Course work is appropriate for individuals considering entry-level positions or management trainee programs. In addition, this major provides a firm grounding in the management of organizational and institutional resources, and in international issues.
The human resource management major is intended for students who have chosen a career in human resource management. The field is recognized for its increasingly significant contribution to the success of all types of organizations. Graduates will typically qualify for entry-level positions in recruiting, testing, interviewing, compensation, benefits, training, affirmative action, and labor relations. Also, graduates will be prepared to take the Professional in Human Resources Certification Test.
All students intending to major in business will be admitted to the Raj Soin College of Business. Students must meet the following admission requirements to be admitted to a major program of study:
- 2.5 minimum cumulative grade point average
- 30 semester credit hours earned
Graduates will have competencies in the functional knowledge areas required for entry level professional positions in Human Resource Management.
Graduates will be proficient in the skills and practices required for managerial positions in Human Resource Management.
Graduates will possess the interpersonal proficiencies that promote the success of an organization.
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