Course Catalog

Human Resource Management  
List of all courses and their descriptions
List of all courses, their descriptions and offerings in the schedule book

HRMG6020 - Inclusion & Equity In Wrkplc
Summer 2018

This course covers several topics essential to today's ever-changing workforce. Employers, employees and human resouce departments are facing challenges hidden in the more diverse workplace based on gender, race, sexual orientation and national origin. Students will identify and apply strategies to manage various cnoflicts in the workplace. This course will prepare our HR leaders to evaluate current policies and change as needed, provide training while creating an inclusive organizational culture.
3 Credits

Schedule Book Tools
Start a New Search
Revise Search Options
Registration
Don't Miss the Details
Click "Details" for a course description, instructor information, and a link to the instructor's website, where you can find a syllabus, first class information, and more...

Traditional
Undergraduate

Graduate
Day Codes
 M  Monday
 T  Tuesday
 W  Wednesday
 R  Thursday
 F  Friday
 S  Saturday
 U  Sunday

Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6020
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6050 - Labor Relations
Summer 2018

This course will be interactive with students actively engaging in resolving issues both in an online and on ground format. Students will be given cases that reflect the readings in the text. In threaded discussions and guidance from the instructor they will evolve in the online portion of the course positions that reflect the need of the two sides of an issue - labor and management. The following week the students will meet and be assigned a position, labor or management, to resolve in negotiation. Students will be exposed to established practices of management-labor relations.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6050
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6100 - Challenges In Hr Mgmt
Summer 2018

This course introduces the student to the critical issues facing HR managers in today's changing global environment. This is a fully online course which relies on active participation in threaded discussions and interactive work with classmates in the course. Within the context of the 21st century workplace, the course will review trends affecting the HR function today; the impact of globalization on the workplace; the diverse and complex nature of organizations' workforces; the need for a framework for effective employee engagement; managing change in a competitive environment; and, the role of corporate social responsibility.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6100
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6100 - Spec Topics In Human Res Mgt
Spring 2018

This course examines issues of human resource management in today's organizations. Of particular interest is the need for a strategic approach to and inclusion of human resources in the organizational planning analysis. Interwoven throughout the course will be the importance of creating linkages between human resources and organizational strategies and accountabilities. Topical areas of examination will include a basic understanding of legal requirements as applied to employment. Current topics and emerging issues in the field, including recent court rulings, ethical issues, and corporate social responsibility will be covered.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6100
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6125 - Enhance Employee Retention
Summer 2018

This course focuses on improving employee retention with an emphasis on effective recruiting, selection, and training for both new and established employees. With the goal of reducing turnover and the related costs to an organization, the course will look at developing a recruitment and selection process that will recognize the right candidate for the appropriate position prior to making a job offer. The course will then focus on performance management with the goal of giving the established employee new challenges through enhanced training to reinforce employee motivation, thereby reducing turnover and the related expenses.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6125
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6150 - Recruit, Selection and Retent
Spring 2018

The course in Recruitment, Retention, and Selection offers an in-depth study of recruiting and retention issues facing the human resource professional in the increasingly global work environment. It begins by linking strategic human resource management to the steps involved in developing job analyses for organizations, which then drive the recruitment and selection process of employees. From this examination of recruitment and selection, the students will focus on the retention process including realistic job preview, benefits of person-organization and person-job fit, orientation and employee-employer psychological contracts. Within the context of each of these human resource areas will be an assessment of legal requirements.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6150
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6200 - Training/Devl Through Perf Mgt
Spring 2018

This course provides an in-depth study of training and development utilizing performance management as a basis. The course distinguishes between performance management and performance appraisals as a process of developing the individual employee. Its focus is on career development for the employee and long term succession planning for the organization. The course also covers the basic philosophies and methods of training and development. It will utilize real-life organizational issues in a project-oriented case analysis.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6200
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6220 - Contract Negotiation & Admin
Summer 2018

This course will cover the implementation and the negotiation of a contract between organized labor and management. Students will receive a copy of a bargaining agreement between management and labor and will then be asked to resolved contractual issues presented by the instructor in cases each week. Students will be challenged to resolve the presented problems based on the presented contract through online discussions. In the final weeks of the class students will negotiate revisions to the contract based on teh outcomes of their resolustions developing approaches to amend the current agreement through the negotiation process.
Prerequisite: HRMG6050
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6220
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6250 - Benefits Administration
Spring 2018

This course emphasizes the role of employee benefits in the management of the human resource function in an organization. The course covers the definition of employee benefits, and components of legally required benefits, as well as components of healthcare, retirement and disability benefits.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6250
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6300 - Special Topcs In Human Res Mgt
Spring 2018

This is a graduate courses designed to enhance the knowledge and skill in the current issues in employee relations. The subjects covered in the course have been identified by managers and human resources professionals as the areas where managers continue to face the greatest challenges in the course of "doing business" in today's competitive environment.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6300
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6320 - Behavioral Dynamics & Impact
Summer 2018

This course uses builds on the relatively large commonalities between the subject areas of Organizational Behavior (OB) and Human Resource Management (HRM), to bridge the relationships and applications between OB and HRM. The course will use OB concepts to specifically demonstrate their application and translation to organizational effectiveness through successfully aligning HR practices and policies. With an emphasis on aligning organizational behavior dynamics to creating effective organizational outcomes, this course will focus on topics such as inclusion and equity, unconscious bias and its impact on organizational effectiveness, the complexity of effective performance management, leadership with a focus on succession planning and change management - all within the framework of current and evolving organizational standards and best practices.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6320
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6325 - Total Rewards/Compensation
Summer 2018

This course assists in developing decision-making skills in the areas of compensation and employee benefits. The course will focus on the process of enhancing the development and implementation of human resource strategies in these two areas that play an important part in the hiring and retention of employees. The course will stress the role of the human resource function as a key player in assisting the organization in meeting its mission and goals. Students will learn how to design and execute a compensation and benefits package.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6325
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6350 - Compensation Management
Spring 2018

This course emphasizes employee compensation, strategies and practices extant in organizations. The course will examine both the strategic and tactical approaches to compensation as well as the intrinsic and extrinsic dimensions that motivate individuals to undertake their jobs and the requirements associated with each position. The course focuses on the use of employee compensation as a resource to attract and retain the best possible talent for an organization conducting business in the current competitive work environment. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the labor market and the major factors for establishing effective compensation packages: the internal consistency of wage evaluation, external competitiveness within the industry and the marketplace, recognition of employee contributions to organizations for compensation received, and the costs associated with administering pay packages. A review of legal compliance issues and of comparable worth in the workplace is included.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6350
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6500 - Employee Rights Under Law
Spring 2018

Employee Rights under Law focuses on the laws that protect employees in the workplace. With the Internet and blogs, chat rooms and union websites, the average employee is much more aware of his and her rights in the ongoing relationship that exists between employer and the employee. This course will take an in-depth look at the legal components of this relationship and the impact on the human resource function.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6500
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6500 - Employment Law
Fall 2018

Employment law is a broad area that is composed of federal, state, and local statutes and regulations, administrative rulings, and case law. This course will examine the laws and regulations that affect the employer-employee relationship in the private sector and their impact on the human resource function. Students will be asked to apply the law presented in the tet and to develop solutions to related HR problems through case analyses and threaded discussions.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6500
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6520 - Grievance & Arbitration
Summer 2018

This course will cover the process of employee grievances in a workplace where the employees are represented by a labor union. Course will focus on the process of progressive discipline and the union grievance procedure that is often the response. Course will also cover the arbitration procedures set by the courts as they relate to the grievance procedure. Students will be challenged to achieve solutions to cases presented by the instructor. Students will engage in online discussions in seeking equitable resolutions acceptable to both management and organized labor.
Prerequisite: HRMG6050
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6520
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6550 - Finance/Acct For Non Finan Mgr
Spring 2018

This course provides a foundation in financial management to allow people to understand and use financial information. The intent of the course is not to make the student an accountant. Rather, its goal is to provide a basic understanding of the language and tools of financial management to make the student conversant in the field. The primary goal is to provide the skills necessary to use financial information rather than the more technical skills needed to generate that information.
Prerequisites: MBAP5012 and MBAP5022
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6550
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6700 - Dec Sciences For Human Resourc
Spring 2018

This course assists in developing quantitative decision making skills to better assess human resource measures. The course will focus on the process of enhancing the development and implementation of human resource strategies based on the analysis and interpretation of the data that exists in organizations. The course will stress the role of the human resource function as a key player in assisting the organization in meeting its mission and goals. Students will learn how to interpret the basic standards in the recruitment and selection process; conduct and assess employee surveys and exit interviews; and will be given the skills to interpret data as well as techniques to present such quantitative data in a convincing format to enhance the role of human resources in the success for the organization.
Prerequisite: MBAP5052
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6700
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6700 - Hr Measurements & Applications
Summer 2018

This course assists in developing quantitative decision making skills to better assess human resource measures. The course will focus on the process of enhancing the development and implementation of human resource strategies based on the analysis and interpretation of the data that exists in organizations. The course will stress the role of the human resource function as a key player in assisting the organization in meeting its mission and goals. Students will learn how to interpret the basic standards in the recruitment and selection process; conduct and assess employee surveys and exit interviews; and will be given the skills to interpret data as well as techniques to present such quantitative data in a convincing format to enhance the role of human resources in the success for the organization.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6700
       

No Courses Found

HRMG6900 - Strategic Human Resource Mgt
Spring 2018

This course is the capstone course. The students will learn and apply the concepts and processes of strategic human resource management using case methodology. Emphasis is on the fit between organizational strategy and human resource management as well as the role of the human resource function in the overall organizational planning process. Students will examine the purpose of the organization from the employee perspective - what do individuals seek from their work; how is this integrated into contribution to the organization; and, the role of succession planning in growth and development for the employee as well as for the employer. The course includes a review of current and long-range business strategies and how to successfully align accountabilities to such strategies.
Prerequisites: HRMG6150, HRMG6200 and HRMG6500
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMG6900
       

No Courses Found

HRMJ6325 - Total Rewards/Compensation
Summer 2018

This course assists in developing decision-making skills in the areas of compensation and employee benefits. The course will focus on the process of enhancing the development and implementation of human resource strategies in these two areas that play an important part in the hiring and retention of employees. The course will stress the role of the human resource function as a key player in assisting the organization in meeting its mission and goals. Students will learn how to design and execute a compensation and benefits package.
3 Credits


Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HRMJ6325
       

No Courses Found