BA Human Resource Management

The Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management, offered through the Robert L. Tillman School of Business, is tailored to working adults and can be completed 100% online. The degree focus is on helping students understand the strategic approach to management of an organization’s most valued assets — the people working there whom individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the business. Graduates are prepared to attract and retain talented employees.

Key Program Features

Practice identifying, applying, and assessing various criteria for the development of business training programs

Examine the theoretical and practical perspectives of motivation, behavior, and overall organizational effectiveness

Explore retailing as a part of the product distribution phase

Evaluate and develop equitable compensation packages

Program Details

Graduates are well-rounded in human resource issues and have the knowledge to acquire a management position immediately.

  • The BA degree in Human Resource Management provides an expedited path for students interested in pursuing the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.
  • Students may also petition to receive Experiential Learning Credit (ELC) for the knowledge, training, and skills they previously learned outside of the traditional academic setting.

Students learn the general principles of Human Resource Management to compete in a large or small organization. Among the topics included are the following:

  • Theories and Principles of Law
  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Statistics
  • Economics
  • Corporate Training
  • Employment Law
  • Compensation
  • Employee Benefits
  • Labor Relations
  • Strategy

Tailored for working adults, the program includes many instructors with SHRM certifications. The Human Resource Management degree follows the SHRM-recommended courses of study. SHRM looks at our program at three years.

  • Human Resource Management

More Information

  • ACC 211 Principles of Accounting I
  • HRM 322 Human Capital Management
  • MIS 331 E-Business/E-Commerce
  • MGT 311 Fundamentals of Management
  • MKT 351 Fundamentals of Marketing
  • HRM 420 Corporate Training and Development
  • ACC 212 Principles of Managerial Account
  • HRM 425 Compensation Management
  • FIN 320 Corporation Finance
  • HRM 430 Labor Relations
  • ECO 301 Applied Economics for Managers
  • HRM 435 Employee Benefits
  • BUS 302 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences
  • BUS 416 Government Regulations, the Law, and Ethics in Business
  • HRM 440 Employment Law
  • HRM 491 Advanced Seminar in Human Resource Management
  • Director of Human Resources
  • Recruiting Director
  • Payroll Manager
  • Employee Relations Manager
  • Benefits Analyst
  • Director of Training and Development
  • Labor Relations Manager
  • Personnel Administrator or Orientation/Onboarding Director