Human Resource Management Minor

Program Overview

Managing human resource (HR) functions has evolved to become a key to an organization's management process. It is widely recognized that a well-functioning HR group significantly contributes to an organization's bottom-line and overall success. The 18-credit Human Resource Management (HRM) minor focuses on the systems and programs that effectively manage an organization’s employees.

Human resource management (HRM) includes the set of tasks directed at effectively managing an organization's human resources. HRM professionals create and oversee the talent management systems related to compensation, benefits, career development, training, staffing and other functions. The overall objective of HRM practitioners is to structure staffing systems to recruit and retain the best talent by making an organization an employer of choice.

Human Resource Management will prepare you to pursue an exciting career as an HR professional.


Course Number Course Name Credits
6500:301 Management: Principles & Concepts 3
6500:310 Business Information Systems 3
6500:341 Human Resource Management 3
Total 9

Electives - Choose 9 credits

6500:302 Organizational Behavior & Leadership Skills 3
6500:342 Labor & Employee Relations (Spring only) 3
6500:442 Compensation Management & Reward Systems (Fall only) 3
6500:443 Human Resources Selection & Staffing (Spring only) 3
6500:457 International Management 3
Total 9
Total Credits Required 18