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Minor in Human Resource Management

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The human resource management (HRM) minor is available for students in all majors who want to prepare themselves for managerial, human resources, or consulting careers. The HRM minor provides an in-depth foundation for managing people in organizations, drawing upon relevant theories of organizational behavior, research evidence on HRM practices and systems, and recent HRM innovations. Students will develop capabilities in key HR areas such as selection, training and development, performance management, compensation, and HR metrics, among others. The HRM minor emphasizes the strategic aspects of HRM, with a focus on enhancing organizational outcomes for multiple stakeholder groups, including shareholders and employees. To obtain the HRM minor, students must complete 15 credit hours (5 courses), as follows:

Required:
OS286/PY286/EM286   Organizational Behavior
OS352   Strategic Human Resource Management
OS452   Advanced Human Resource Management
     
And two (2) of the following courses:
EC475   Personnel Economics
EHS330   Safety Analysis - Environmental, Health, and Safety Assessment
LW466   Law of the Workplace
OS466   Negotiations and Relationship Management