Human Resource Management Concentration
Human Resource Management Concentration Requirements
|First-Year Gateway Experience|
|Global Foundations of Character and Leadership|
|Global Foundations of Organizations and Business|
|Bryant IDEA: Innovation and Design Experience For All|
|Upper-Level Gateway Requirement|
|Human Resources Management Concentration|
|Human Resources Management|
|Internship: Human Resources Administration 1|
|Human Resource Management Electives|
Select two of the following:
|Global Dimensions of Human Resource Management 2|
or MGT 380
|Human Resources Development 3|
or MGT 478
|Strategic Human Resource Management SHRM|
|If needed, select an additional course from the lists above or below to meet the six-course requirement:|
|Diversity in a Global Environment|
|Power and Influence|
|Team Building and Conflict Resolution|
|Women and Leadership Strategies for Success and Professional Development|
|Business Core Requirements|
|Principles of Financial Accounting|
and Principles Managerial Accounting
|Introduction to Information Technology and Analytics|
|The Legal Environment of Business|
|Management Principles and Practice|
|Foundations of Marketing Management|
|Liberal Arts Core Requirements|
|Introduction to Literary Studies|
Two Humanities Survey Courses
|Liberal Arts Distribution Requirements - Modes of Thought 4|
Two Social Science Modes of Thought
One Historical Mode of Thought (Upper Division)
One Literary Mode of Thought (Upper Division)
Two Scientific Modes of Thought 5
|Liberal Arts Elective|
|Liberal Arts Minor Requirement|
Four Courses (selection is made from a variety of liberal arts disciplines) 6
Can be waived at the discretion of the department chair and substituted by an approved elective from the list above.
At least one course from the 300 level electives.
At least one course from the 400 level electives.
3 credits from the required liberal arts minor may be applied to this distribution.
Include one Lab Science. One science course must be at the 300 or 400 level.
Some minors may require more than 12 credits.
122 credits required for graduation