Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management
Take Your HR Career to New Heights
This program is offered on Campus and Online.
Whether you spell out Human Resources or simply call it HR, there’s nothing quite like helping your fellow employees achieve their career goals while ensuring the compliance and protection of your organization. If working across departments to help associates enjoy better work lives sounds like a career plan, you’re ready. You’re ready to explore a world of team-building, organizational leadership and success. You’re ready to gain a comprehensive look at the HR function as it operates within an organization. You’re ready for Post University’s Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management.
Some questions you may be asking … what does a human resource manager do? A trainer? A specialist? Find out in Post’s Human Resource Management degree program as you investigate all the HR functional areas vital to the success of any organization. From employee development and employment law to compensation and benefits, you’ll cover core HR systems and principles. Your program also incorporates essential principles of management to give you the skills you need to take your career to the next level. Course highlights include:
- Human Resource Management
- Labor & Management Relations
- Managerial Accounting
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Certification Prep
- Compensation & Benefits
Upon graduation, you’ll have the functional, leadership and administrative skills needed to explore entry-level jobs or advancement opportunities in any public and private organization – from federal and local government to for-profits to not-for-profits.
Whether you elect to pursue your human resource management degree online or on campus, you – and your career – will benefit from world-class, industry-experienced faculty, many of whom worked at a senior level. That’s just part of the Post Makes It Personal promise. We only hire skilled professionals dedicated to passing on their expertise. When you ask, “What can I do with a human resource management degree?” … they offer real-world insight and answers.
|69||B.S. IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TOTAL CREDITS||120 crs||h|
|71||GENERAL EDUCATION||60 crs||h|
|72||COMMON CORE||12 crs||s|
|73||ENG110 College Writing||3 crs|
|74||ENG130 Literature and Composition||3 crs|
|75||COM107 Introduction to Communication||3 crs|
|76||CIS112 Introduction to Computing||3 crs|
|77||LIBERAL ARTS||21 crs||s|
|78||History Elective||3 crs|
The University reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The University will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.
For full course descriptions please refer to the University Catalog for the current Academic Year.
- Legislation – Students will be able to analyze the historical, social and ethical relevance of specific employment legislation and the effects of their implementation in today’s organizations.
- Analyze Practices – Students will be able to evaluate and analyze the organizational effects of specific employment practices on the changes in function within management and the operational environment within an organization.
- Organizational Effects – Students will be able to compare and contrast elements of an organization, its policies and its practices related to its culture, structure, and development.
- Ethical Conduct – Through case studies, evaluate the role of the Human Resource function has in fostering a culture of ethical business practices.
- Accounting – Through examination and analysis, apply the principles and practices of accounting as it pertains to “management practices”.
- Collaborative Praxis – Through examination and analysis of historical events and organizational cases, identify practices within organizations that lead to high levels of communication, critical thinking and collaboration among organizational entities.
So, what is human resource management? It’s your calling. It’s your future. Don’t put your career on hold a moment longer. The next star HR recruit just might be you! Contact us now to learn more!
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