ENHANCE YOUR CAREER

The Strayer Bachelor of Human Resource Management aligns with the curriculum recommendations of the Society of Human Resource Management. Specifically, our Bachelor of Human Resources program explores:

  • The human resource management process, its role in supporting organizational strategies, and the functions involved in workforce planning, staffing, and retention
  • The key role of human resource management in supporting global operations and optimizing workforce performance
  • The latest human resources functions and trends
  • Applying theory to drive productivity
  • Policies and programs that enhance workforce productivity
  • Development of strategic business decisions related to workforce management issues

AT-A-GLANCE

Summer Classes Start:

July 1

Courses to Complete:

40

Cost Per Course:

$1,465

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ONLINE BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COURSES

COURSES IN CONCENTRATION

  • BUS 310 - Human Resource Management

    Analyze the major human resource management functions in organizations. Understand the various components of the human resource management process (workforce planning, recruitment, selection, training/development, compensation, performance appraisal, labor relations and employee relations) and the associated activities to perform these functions. Discuss the workforce management responsibilities of all managers, with an emphasis on job analysis considerations, the supporting role of human resource management to strategic planning and the major government legislation affecting workforce management.

  • BUS 325 - Global Human Resource Management

    Examine the considerations for human resource management in support of global business operations. Analyze sources of labor, business strategy, corporate culture and cultural differences as elements of global human resource planning. Review fundamental human resource issues such as compensation, productivity and training.

  • BUS 335 - Staffing Organizations

    Examine the role of staffing to support an organization’s strategy and improve productivity. Review the key legal compliance issues associated with staffing organizations. Focus on HRM planning, job analysis, effective recruitment strategies, developing selection processes and the formulation of staffing plans.  Consider strategies for employee retention.

  • BUS 407 - Training and Development

    Understand the concepts of learning (cognitive and behaviorist), principles of instructional design and the relationship between motivation and learning. Analyze the phases of the training process model and the activities associated with each phase. Review how to develop viable training programs to fit a variety of organizational requirements for both employee and management training and development.

  • BUS 409 - Compensation Management

    Analyze the basic concepts of compensation administration in organizations. Explore an intensive study of the wage system, methods of job evaluation, wage and salary structures, and the legal constraints on compensation programs.

COURSES IN MAJOR

  • BUS 302 - MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS

    Review fundamental management concepts and techniques that contribute to effective management and provide a foundation for the development of a wide variety of business skills. Focus on the roles, the environment and the primary functions of the manager (planning, organizing, leading, controlling), as well as the skills required and various techniques used to perform these functions. Follow the development of management principles and their integration into modern management theory. Topics include the communication process, motivation and operations (production) management.

  • BUS 309 - BUSINESS ETHICS

    Apply ethical principles to typical business challenges. Focus on the ethical perspectives of business decision-making and policy development in a variety of key areas including individual behavior, human resource management, work environments, marketing, property rights and international business. Analyze case situations to illustrate the application of various ethical approaches (utility, individual rights and justice) in managing organizations.

  • BUS 475 - BUSINESS AND SOCIETY

    Explore the role of primary and secondary stakeholders, both within and outside organizations. Investigate ethics and social responsibility and review where organizational activities fall within different continua. Examine the broad forces in business, society and globalization and how stakeholders can influence results in both business and society.

  • BUS 499 - BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CAPSTONE

    Examine the processes by which organizations formulate strategy, implement policy, and evaluate outcomes in the highly competitive and dynamic global environment. Focus on the ethical implications of strategic choices throughout the course. Exercise your analytic, integrative, decision-making and business communications skills through the use of case analysis and decision making.

  • ECO 100 - PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

    Get a basic overview of macro- and microeconomic principles and concepts. Understand the economic dynamics of market forces affecting competition, different economic systems, the role of government in the economy and economic aspects of international trade. Discusses the labor market, interest rates and the supply of money, and the performance of a national economy. Apply economics to business decisions, considering such principles as opportunity costs, diminishing returns and the marginal principle.

  • LEG 100 - BUSINESS LAW I

    Analyze the process by which substantive rights and duties are enforced, including legal pleadings, discovery procedures, pre- and post-trial motions, jurisdiction, venue, trial by jury, equity and previous adjudication problems.

  • MKT 100 - PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

    Get introduced to basic marketing principles and concepts. Focus on the development of marketing strategy and the major components of the marketing mix, (product, price, promotion and distribution). Review the critical environmental factors of markets — domestic and international — and customer behavior characteristics that affect marketing operations. Understand how marketing integrates with other functions in a business organization.

HELP YOUR COWORKERS REACH THEIR GOALS BY REACHING YOUR OWN

Human resource management is critical to a successful workplace. Employees produce top-quality work when they feel like they are supported by their company’s guidelines and attitudes. Be the proactive person who fosters a climate of conscientious excellence when you earn a Strayer University bachelor’s in human resource management.

 

Begin our online Bachelor of Business Administration concentration in human resource management by reviewing the components of the HR process, including recruitment, training, compensation, and benefits. You’ll also develop a greater understanding of the legal ramifications of staffing decisions, sourcing labor, and creating a cross-cultural work environment.

You’ll see human resource management as it pertains to global business operations and strategy. Be ready to explore programs that support both employees and management within your organization.

 

We teach you more than “people skills” — you’ll have an entire education in organizational workforce structure and best practices. With your bachelor’s in human resource management from Strayer, you will promote productive and empathetic workplace environments. And that’s an honorable way to make a living.

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