Current Term Classes - Human Resources

Fall 2017

Class registration opens on August 7.  

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HR 4020: Human Resource Management
Online Synchronous | Mondays, 7-9pm | Aug 28-Dec 4
Survey of individual (as opposed to systemic) topics in HR management. Topics include employee relations, job satisfaction, personnel selection and placement, job analysis and design, interviewing techniques, performance appraisal and training, and wage and salary administration.
Stephen Oliver | 3 UG credits | Required 

HR 4030: Organizational Change and Development
Online Asynchronous* | Available  Aug 22-Dec 5 | *Synchronous sessions TBD. 
Analysis of the key concepts and theories in organizational behavior and organizational development. Focuses on the student’s development of the diagnostic skills necessary to effectively manage organizational change. Deals with specific issues such as downsizing, up sizing, mergers and acquisitions, and the inclusion of an international workforce into a “new” corporate culture. Prerequisite: HR 4010 or with instructor or program director permission
David Penkrot | 3 UG credits | Required

HR 4080: Compensation & Benefits
Online Asynchronous* | Available Aug 22-Dec 5 | *Synchronous sessions TBD. 
Examines the theories, practices, and various methods of compensation in the context of business strategy and culture; assesses compensation’s role in workforce planning; as well as to develop and apply skills for administering compensation policies. Prerequisite: HR 4010, HR 4020, HR 4050 or with instructor or program director permission.
Paul Weatherhead | 3 UG credits | Required