Human Resources Management B.S.
The LCIE bachelor of science in human resource management (HRM) program focuses on organizational design, structure, theory and the behavior and performance of people within organizations. Planning, implementation and evaluation skills are stressed with an emphasis on the alignment of HRM practices with the strategic and tactical goals of the business. Classes focus on contemporary topics that include employee training and organizational development, staffing, compensation and benefits management, performance management and the most current and applicable state and federal laws. Students earning a bachelor of science degree in HRM will complete the university general education requirements, the 54-semester hour core curriculum and the undergraduate HRM capstone course. The HRM major also requires either completion of the mathematics/ statistics cluster or appropriate transfer credits. Transfer credit must include statistics. Either college algebra or an approved quantitative methods for business course will complete the general education mathematics requirement.
|IHR 35700||Employee Supervision ||
|IHR 35800||Legal Issues for Human Resource Management||
|IHR 35900||Performance Management/ Performance Appraisal Systems||
Staff Development/Information Systems Cluster
Group Dynamics Cluster
Note: In special circumstances and with the permission of faculty advisor, IHR 49200 (1-3) may substitute in one of the above clusters.
Students must also complete:
Elective Cluster in HRM
Elective Course in HRM