Human Resource Management 3 Credit Equivalent

Apply policies, procedures, and theories of human resource management in the business context.

Projects

Number Title Description Credit Equivalent
HRM 300 Introduction to the HRM Function

In this project, students will learn about the role of the human resource management within organizations. Upon completing this project, students will understand how human resource management broadly contributes to organizational strategy, the difference between strategic and transactional human resource management, and how the human resource management function provides support to other business areas. Students will also learn basic skills in the human resource management functional areas of job analysis, recruitment, selection, training, development, compensation, employee relations, employment/labor law, ethics, and performance management.

Required text: None.

  • Describe the role of human resource management within organizations.
  • Evaluate practices and procedures in human resource functional areas to meet organizational goals.
  • Apply different types of performance management techniques based on situational context.
  • Analyze and interpret human resource metrics across functional areas.
  • Describe the implications of employment and labor law.
  • Apply ethical practices related to human resource management.
3
Number
HRM 300
Title
Introduction to the HRM Function
Description

In this project, students will learn about the role of the human resource management within organizations. Upon completing this project, students will understand how human resource management broadly contributes to organizational strategy, the difference between strategic and transactional human resource management, and how the human resource management function provides support to other business areas. Students will also learn basic skills in the human resource management functional areas of job analysis, recruitment, selection, training, development, compensation, employee relations, employment/labor law, ethics, and performance management.

Required text: None.

  • Describe the role of human resource management within organizations.
  • Evaluate practices and procedures in human resource functional areas to meet organizational goals.
  • Apply different types of performance management techniques based on situational context.
  • Analyze and interpret human resource metrics across functional areas.
  • Describe the implications of employment and labor law.
  • Apply ethical practices related to human resource management.
Credit Equivalent
3