Business, non-profit, government, and union organizations all need specialists who are trained to administer labor and employment laws, and design policies dealing with diversity and equal opportunity, recruiting, compensation, benefits, and labor negotiations. Study in this area emphasizes the management of the relationship between an organization and its employees.
As organizations grow and add employees, demand for human resource managers increases. The following is a sample of jobs in which you can find employment: human resource manager, training director, staffing specialist, human resource specialist, compensation, workmans comp, and benefits manager.
In addition to the BBA CORE requirements, as a Human Resource major, you must take 18-credit hours consisting of the following courses:
And one of the following:
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