Human Resources Professional

Human Resources Professional

Spring Registration Callout

This series is designed to provide students with the knowledge needed for entry-level human resources and/or supervisory positions.  The series includes four college classes (12 credits) that will provide the student with a foundation in management, human resources, ethics and employment law.  All courses in the series are offered during the regular semesters in a variety of delivery options. Credits earned can be applied towards the Business Administration, A.S. and A.A.S. degrees.

For information, contact area coordinator, Karl Giulian.

Upon completion of this program students will be able to:

  • Explain the human resource management process and its importance to organizational effectiveness;
  • Identify the different levels, roles and functions of managers;
  • Compare and contrast the external and internal environments that impact management;
  • Discuss ethical issues more clearly, critically and logically;
  • Interpret basic federal and state laws that impact both employers as well as employees.
program requirements
Courses Credits
BUSN222-Principles of Management
BUSN205-Human Resources Management
BUSN232-Theories of Leadership
BUSN106-Business Ethics