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This management area focuses on

  1. individual, group, and organizational attributes and behavior to describe and explain the functioning and structuring of work organizations and
  2. the practical aspects of human resource management.

Students seeking managerial careers in any business function
can valuably learn about leadership, motivation, morale, performance, teams, organizational culture, and organizational design. Students interested in careers as human resource management specialists and managers can gain technical knowledge about selection, performance appraisal, training, compensation, workforce diversity, work and family programs, and strategic human resource management.

View MBA degree requirements

Major Courses                                     (12 credits)

Required
Developing Managerial Skills 3 credits
Human Resource Management 3 credits

Choose two courses from:
Organization Design and Behavior 3 credits
Leadership and Managerial Effectiveness 3 credits
Organizational Development 3 credits
Research Methodology in Organization 3 credits
Seminar in Human Resource Management and Labor Relations 3 credits
Problems in Human Resource Management 3 credits
Management of Compensation 3 credits
Managerial Careers and Interpersonal Relations 3 credits
Labor Relations 3 credits
Collective Bargaining 3 credits
Employee Development and Training 3 credits
Dispute Resolution 3 credits
International Human Resource Management 3 credits
Management Science 3 credits
Negotiation 3 credits
International Comparative Management 3 credits
 
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