Human resources management (HRM) contributes to the strategic direction and effectiveness of an organization. Human resource professionals help manage and retain the most important asset - human capital. HRM students will develop knowledge, skills, and abilities that contribute to strategic goals of an organization. Students will develop competencies in business acumen, talent acquisition and development, compliance, employee and labor relations, motivation, compensation and benefits, and human resource systems in diverse and inclusive organizations.
In general, 300 - level courses in the Business Administration Professional Core or Electives Groups are taken after students have completed the freshman and sophomore years (4 full semesters).
However, students who have completed 45 semester hours and who have a cumulative grade-point average of 2.75 or above are eligible to take 300 - level business core courses during the second semester of the sophomore year.
A student can complete no more than two internships in business administration, each carrying no more than three semester hours of credit.