Human Resource Management

The Human Resource Management area of study prepares students for roles as human resource professionals and strategic partners within today's organizations. This specialization will build business knowledge and expertise in critical HRM competencies such as:

  • Recruitment, Selection and Retention
  • Training and Development
  • Performance Management
  • Organizational Development and Change Management
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Labor Relations and Ethics

Human Resources Management is an online, 12-credit program that focuses on the most important strategic initiatives that human resources professionals face as they lead their organizations through the uncharted waters of constant change. The 12 graduate credits earned are applied to the Master of Science in Management degree program at Thomas Edison State College. Students must complete the 24 core credit requirements of the Master of Science in Management degree program, as listed in the program template.

Area of Study Courses: Student may select (4) courses Credits
HRM-530 Human Resources Management 3
HRM-540 Lifestyle Benefits & Compensation in the New Millennium 3
HRM-550 Strategic Recruiting, Retention & Succession Planning 3
HRM-560 Intellectual Capital & the Workplace Learner 3
HRM-570 The Effectiveness of a Market-Connected Culture 3
HRM-600 Managing the Human Resources Enterprise 3
HRM-610 Human Resources as a Strategic Partner 3
HRM-620 The Legal and Ethical Environment of Human Resources 3

 

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