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.
BBA in Human Resource Management
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. SFA’s human resource management program provides you with a strategic education while helping you understand aspects of corporate industry through business foundation courses.
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.
You must maintain at least a 2.0 GPA for all 18 hours of the minor with at least nine hours completed at SFA.
The minor consists of:
- MGMT 3373 - Human Resource Management
- MGMT 3379 - Employee and Labor Relations
- MGMT 4384 - Compensation and Benefits
Plus nine advanced semester hours from:
- BLAW 4356 - Employment and Agency Law
- ECON 4339 - Labor Economics
- BUSI 3330 - Principles of Employee Development
- or BUSI 3345 - Training and Development
- BUSI 4300 - Negotiation and Alternate Dispute Resolution
- MGMT 3377 - Organizational Behavior
- MGMT 4361 - Supervisory Management
- MGMT 4170 - Topics in Management
- MGMT 4176 - Internship Management