About Human Resource Management
Gain the latest skills and knowledge to make a positive impact.
Learn the skills and strategies that are in demand by today's companies. The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Human Resource Management will provide you with the tools to respond effectively in a dynamic, ever-changing future. In the bachelor's degree in business administration program, you will complete business core courses for a strong foundation, in addition to human resources-specific courses.
Learn practical applications of human resource management.
Undergraduate HR management majors complete 27 credits. In human resource management courses, students examine such areas as organizational behavior, labor relations and compensation management. Students learn about major management issues that arise in manpower planning, recruitment, selection, development, compensation and appraisal of employees in various organizations.
All of Cal U's business administration programs put significant emphasis on building quantitative, critical thinking and analytical skills. Students graduate not only with a demonstrated competence in their subject area, but also with the ability to apply that knowledge.
Business administration students are encouraged to add a minor:
- Some students choose a business discipline other than their concentration.
- Other popular choices include psychology, communication studies, public relations, statistics, computer information systems, leadership, women's studies, Spanish and Arabic.
- Students also choose to complete dual majors or dual degrees with international studies or math.
The 21-credit minor in human resource management allows students in any discipline to enhance their "people skills" in order to become better managers or employees, and to better understand relationships in the workplace.
Cal U business graduates are well prepared for a wide range of career opportunities. Recent Cal U business graduates also have been accepted into graduate business programs at such distinguished institutions as the University of Pittsburgh, West Virginia University and the College of William and Mary, and into graduate economics programs at Youngstown State and Florida State.
Learn about ouraccelerated bachelor's-to-master's degree program.