Bachelor of Science Degree - Human Resource Management

Degree Requirements:

General Education Courses

Pre-Major Courses

Human Resources Major Courses

Business Core Courses

Human Resource Core Courses

Electives

A cumulative GPA of 2.25 or higher is required for graduation

Degree available in Bismarck and online

Student Learning Outcomes

The undergraduate program in Human Resource Management will enable students to:

  1. Apply the knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of accounting, including financial and managerial accounting with a clear understanding of financial statements as well as cost concepts and international accounting (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes I, II, V, and VI).
  2. Apply the knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of economics, including basic economic concepts, microeconomics, macroeconomics, and international economics (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes I, II, V, and VI).
  3. Apply the knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of management, including the management process, organizational behavior, strategy, policy, international and cross-cultural management, and entrepreneurship (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes I, II, V, and VI).
  4. Apply the knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of quantitative business analysis, including probability, statistics, and management science (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes II and VI).
  5. Apply the knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of information systems, including information systems in business and society, information technology concepts, business information systems, and systems development (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes II, III, and VI).
  6. Apply the knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of finance, including corporate finance, investments, and international finance (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes I, II, V, and VI).
  7. Apply the knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of marketing, including identifying attractive markets, marketing institutions, and international marketing (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes I, II, V, and VI).
  8. Apply the knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of the legal and social environment, including the legal environment, regulatory environment, business relationships, ethics, and social responsibility (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes II and VI).
  9. Apply the knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of the international issues in relationship to all areas of business (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes I, II and V).
  10. Learn fundamental concepts and tools of analysis in the core areas of workforce planning and employment, human resource development, as well as compensation and benefits (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes I, II, III, and VI).
  11. Demonstrate an understanding of human resource management theories and practices in regards to employee and labor relations, equal opportunity laws as well as occupational safety and health management (this learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes I, II, III, and VI).

Requirements

The following are required as part of General Education

Requires a “C” or better in each course; ENGL 111H, ENGL 121H - For TR Scholars only.

COMM 216Intercultural Communication

3

ECON 201Principles of Microeconomics

3

 

ENGL 110College Composition I

3

Or

ENGL 111HHonors Composition I

3

 

ENGL 120College Composition II

3

Or

ENGL 121HHonors Composition II

3

 

MATH 146Applied Calculus I

3

MATH 305Probability and Statistics

4

Total Credit Hours:19

Pre-Major Courses

Requires a “C” or better in each course.

ACCT 200Elements of Accounting I

3

ACCT 201Elements of Accounting II

3

BOTE 210Business Communication

3

BOTE 247Spreadsheet Applications

3

ECON 202Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Total Credit Hours:15

Human Resource Major Courses

Business Core

General Education courses and the Pre-Major courses listed above require a “C” or better before taking the Business Core courses.

ACCT 315Business Law I

3

BADM 336Management and Leadership

3

BADM 356Organizational Behavior

3

BADM 369Business Ethics and Critical Thinking

3

BADM 376Production/Operations Management

3

BADM 388Management Information Systems

3

BADM 455International Business

3

BADM 485Business Policy

4

ENTR 366Entrepreneurship

3

FIN 326Managerial Finance

3

MRKT 301Principles of Marketing

3

Total Credit Hours:34

Human Resource Management Core

ACCT 316Business Law II

3

BADM 346Human Resource Management

3

BADM 436Staffing and Workforce Diversity

3

BADM 452Compensation Management

3

BADM 460Human Resource Development

3

BADM 465Labor Relations

3

Total Credit Hours:18

Business Electives

Select 17 credit hours from business electives listed below.
ACCT 210Accounting Community and Professional Development

1

ACCT 301Computerized Accounting

3

ACCT 305Cost Accounting

3

ACCT 310Government and Nonprofit Accounting

3

ACCT 330Financial Statement Analysis

3

ACCT 331Intermediate Accounting I

4

ACCT 332Intermediate Accounting II

4

ACCT 333Income Tax I

4

ACCT 334Income Tax II

3

ACCT 351Fraud Examination

3

ACCT 407Auditing I

4

ACCT 412Auditing II

3

ACCT 422Business Valuation

3

 

ACCT 497Accounting Internship, Externship, Cooperative Education

1-6

Three Credits Required

 

BADM 270Business Leadership Seminar

1

BADM 310SIFE Service Learning and Community

1

BADM 364Electronic Commerce and Social Networking

3

BADM 420International Management

3

BADM 456International Business Strategy

3

BADM 466Business Research

3

 

BADM 497Business Administration Internship, Externship, Cooperative Education

1-6

Three Credits Required

 

BADM 499Special Topics, Readings

1-6

Three Credits Required

 

FIN 300Financial Institutions and Markets

3

FIN 320Personal Finance

3

FIN 328Investments

3

FIN 426Corporate Finance

3

FIN 430International Finance

3

MRKT 340Advertising and Sales Promotion

3

MRKT 357International Marketing

3

MRKT 386Retail Management

3

 

MRKT 491Business Administration Seminar: Marketing

1-6

Three Credits Required

 

Total Credit Hours: 69