The Human Resources Management program is designed to provide a broad perspective of HRM in today’s business environment. Each class offers a comprehensive and practical grounding in a major area of interest to human resource generalists.
Length of Training
Course offerings vary by semester. Completion may take up to three semesters. Students may enroll in individual classes; however, the prerequisite for some of the classes is the Introduction to Human Resource Management.
|HRPO 1000||Intro to Human Resources Management||24|
|HRPO 1091||Legal Issues in Human Resources||24|
|HRPO 1091||Total Rewards Program||24|
|HRPO 1091||Global Human Resources||18|
|HRPO 1091||Talent Management||24|
|HRPO 1091||Development & Training||20|
|HRPO 1091||Employee Relations||24|
|HRPO 1091||Diversion & Inclusion in the Workplace||18|
|HRPO 1091||Risk Management||18|
The following elective coursework is not required but highly recommended for those interested in pursuing the HR Certificate.
Introduction to Human Resources Management - HRPO 1000 - 24 hours
Designed for individuals who want to launch a career in Human Resources or need a comprehensive update. Provides an overview of challenges facing today's organizations. Instruction includes philosophy, purpose, and management obectives key to HRM.
Risk Management - HRPO 1091 – 18 hours
This course reviews policies and practices that affect an employee's well-being. Topics include ergonomics, employee wellness programs, chemical dependency, and communicable diseases in the workplace. Legal and regulatory factors including OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act) and worker's compensation are discussed.
Development & Training - HRPO 1091 – 20 hours
In-depth introduction to the human resource development function, specifically concentrating on the training and development component. Topics include training as related to the organizational mission and goals, performance management, budgeting, succession planning, and all aspects of training programs. Included are new trends in training, including distance and virtual education, and the development of new employee orientation materials.
Global Human Resources - HRPO 1091 – 18 hours
Provides a solid basic understanding of human resources in the international arena. Topics include a look in the multi-national company, hot issues dealing with HR planning globally, recruitment, retainment, cultural dimensions, and the HRM practices facing companies involved in a global perspective.
Legal Issues in Human Resources - HRPO 1091 – 24 hours
Prereq.: Introduction to Human Resources Management. A detailed introduction to federal and state employment laws. Instruction includes workplace discrimination, the role and purpose of the EEOC, affirmative action, privacy rights, wage and hour issues, and employment-at-will theory. Includes strategies for appying legal theories and modeling lawful behavior in the workplace. A separate text is required.
Total Rewards Program – HRPO 1091 – 24 hours
An in-depth explanation of the cash compensation function beginning with a thorough understanding and use of Fair Labor Standards Act determining exempt and non-exempt nuances, job evaluation methods, job description writing techniques, survey practices, and wage and salary structure development. A work project parallels each step with hands-on practice of the several elements described above with a hypothetical organization.
Talent Management – HRPO 1091 – 24 hours
Introduction to hiring skills and tools focusing on position analysis and review, skill identification, market pricing, interviewing strategies, testing and legal considerations. Special focus includes techniques to reduce culturally-biased hiring practices and improve culturally-sensitive interviewing.
Employee Relations – HRPO 1091 – 24 hours
A thorough exploration of performance appraisal and improvement plans, development of performance standards and goals, employee motivation techniques, company policies and handbook development, dealing with difficult employees, and investigating employee charges. Included are strategies for building trust, responding to criticism and leading effective meetings.
Diversion & Inclusion in the Workplace – HRPO 1091 – 18 hours
This course will cover the impact of diversity on individual and organizational performance. At the end of the course the student should be able to identify spects of diversity; distinguish between bias, stereotyping, and discrimination; describe how individual differences impact performance and organizational outcomes; outline techniques that improve interaction and organizational effectiveness.
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