Human Resources Management Minor

6068
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Online
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Minor
Florida Tech Online
Minor Code: 6068 Degree Awarded: none
Age Restriction: Y Admission Status: online undergraduate
Delivery Mode/s: online only Location/s: Florida Tech University Online
Curriculum (18 credit hours)
Complete:
  • EMG 3301 Principles of Management
    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces management as a discipline and process. Includes evolution and scope of management, decision-making, planning, strategy, organizing, staffing, leading, control, change, and the importance of management in the global environment and ethical considerations of management decisions.
    Requirement(s):
    Successful completion of 30 credit hours in Florida Tech University Online
  • EMG 3331 Management of Human Resources
    Credit Hours: 3
    Covers the principles and systems related to the management and leadership of human resources. Includes legal and administrative law issues; health, safety and security; selection and placement; job analysis; training and development; compensation and benefits; and job analysis systems.
    Requirement(s):
    Must be enrolled in Florida Tech University Online
  • EHR 3335 Selection and Placement
    Credit Hours: 3
    Focuses on people as strategic resources whose availability and capabilities influence organizational effectiveness. Studies strategies for attracting, assessing, acquiring and withdrawing personnel. Discusses implications of planning and implementing staffing policies.
    Requirement(s):
    Must be enrolled in Florida Tech University Online
  • EHR 3340 Training and Development
    Credit Hours: 3
    Studies the theory and technology of organizational training and development. Includes concepts and applications to training, methodology for training, evaluation, forces shaping future training development, and current practices and needs.
    Requirement(s):
    Must be enrolled in Florida Tech University Online
  • EHR 3360 Compensation and Benefits
    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines the financial reward systems in organizations. Studies the relevant theoretical and legal perspectives. Includes job evaluation, wage surveys, incentives, pay equity, benefits and compensation strategy.
    Requirement(s):
    Must be enrolled in Florida Tech University Online
One elective from the following:
  • ELA 2603 Administrative and Personnel Law
    Credit Hours: 3
    Studies the effects of administrative and personnel law on the decision-making responsibilities of practitioners. Explores the impact on personnel policies and practices of organizations. Addresses the development, intent and implications of proactive labor legislation from the federal to the local level.
    Requirement(s):
    Must be enrolled in Florida Tech University Online
  • EMG 3328 Business Ethics
    Credit Hours: 3
    Studies general moral principles and their application to ethical issues and problems pertaining to business activities, and the nature of the corporation in contemporary society.
    Requirement(s):
    Must be enrolled in Florida Tech University Online
  • EMG 4412 Organizational Behavior and Development
    Credit Hours: 3
    Studies human behavior in organizations. Blends newer concepts of behavior theory with classical organizational theory. Includes methods for bringing change to organizations.
    Requirement(s):
    Must be enrolled in Florida Tech University Online
  • PSF 4106 Crisis and Conflict Resolution
    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines crisis and conflict resolution in interpersonal and organizational contexts. Uses theory from behavioral and social sciences to assess, manage and resolve crisis and conflict situations in a criminal justice environment. Includes nature of and responses to crisis and conflict, and strategies for resolving them.
    Requirement(s):
    Must be enrolled in Florida Tech University Online
  • PSY 3441 Social Psychology
    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys the areas of social psychology as it has evolved in American psychology, including its history, methods and theories of intrapersonal, interpersonal and group behavior. Reviews sociological approaches to social psychology and cultural processes that affect social phenomena.