Human Resource Management

Career Opportunities

The B.A. in Management degree promotes personal and spiritual growth by emphasizing Christian values, ethical principles, and effective interpersonal relationships in diverse settings. It also provides a broad liberal arts foundation for lifelong learning. University College offers this program completely online, which enables learners to apply their learning immediately in the workplace.

The Human Resource Management emphasis capitalizes on the core management courses and provides learners with the essential skills, knowledge, and competencies required to effectively succeed in the ever-expanding field of human resource management. Human capital is quickly becoming an essential component of every organization on a global scale, and this emphasis enables learners to effectively manage the human resources of domestic and global firms. The courses utilize cutting-edge technology and practices to prepare learners for the exciting field of human resource management in the 21st century.

Coursework

General Studies Core28 units
Learners pursuing any of University College’s bachelor’s degrees are encouraged to complete the General Studies Core before starting their major requirements. Learners are required to complete 45 units prior to enrolling in program major requirements. Included in the required 45 units, the following courses are to be satisfied: ENG 105, one course of the General Studies Core Social and Behavioral Sciences requirements, and all program requisites. Learners must attain at least a 2.5 (C) grade-point average in the major. All required courses must be taken for a letter grade where the option exists.
Electives17 units
Students may choose from any course in the UC Academic Catalog.
Program Requisites15 units
UC 101
Momentum: Success in the University
3
ACC 210
Financial Accounting
3
ACC 211
Managerial Accounting
3
ECO 204
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
STAT 280
Applied Statistics
3
Major Requirements45 units
BUS 270
Business Law and Ethics
3
ECO 440
International Economics and Trade
3
MGT 310
Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions
3
MGT 320
Financial Management and Markets
3
MGT 350
Marketing and E-Commerce
3
MGT 370
Cross-Cultural Communication and Negotiations
3
MGT 380
Information Systems Management
3
MGT 390
Project and Change Management
3
MGT 415
Operations Management
3
MGT 450
International Business
3
MGT 460
Leadership and People
3
MGT 480
Strategic Management and Policy
3
MGT 485
Management and Organizational Behavior
3
MGT 490
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
3
MGT 495
International Study
3
Emphasis in Human Resource Management15 units
HRM 300
Compensation and Benefits
3
HRM 310
Legal Issues in Human Resources
3
HRM 440
Workplace Planning and Employment
3
HRM 460
Performance Optimization
3
LEAD 420
Human Resource Strategy
3

Learners may also apply credit toward the fulfillment of UC’s requirements through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) and previous coursework from regionally accredited colleges/universities.

Total120 units
Note: This information is current for the 2014 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the Academic Catalog for more information.