Lumberjacks make great human resource managers
Human resource management professionals play a strategic role in helping organizations develop the human capital needed for long-term success. Through managing all stages of the employment process, from recruiting and hiring, payroll and benefits, training and development, to termination or retirement, HR managers play a key role in both the private and public sectors.
A qualified HRM administrator can help ensure an organization’s employment practices, goals and guidelines are clearly communicated to current and future employees.
With employment analysts predicting that this field is expected to grow by 9 percent in the next eight years, now is the perfect time to begin your studies at SFA.
Students who pursue a profession in HRM can anticipate challenging, dynamic careers. As an HRM major at SFA, you’ll build the skills you need to make a difference within an organization or company.
As a business student, you can choose to major or minor in HRM. A non-Bachelor of Business Administration minor is available to students who wish to pair HRM skills with majors outside the Rusche College of Business.
BBA in Human Resource Management
Minor in Human Resource Management
If you are interested in understanding the inner workings of organizations, businesses and corporations, this minor is a good option.
*See Undergraduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.