Management and Human Resources (B.S.Bus.)

Required course work includes the university requirements (see regulation J-3), the college requirements, and:

College of Business Requirements54-57
Major Requirements21-47
Total Hours75-104

Major Requirements 

MHR 411Acquiring Human Capital3
MHR 417Deploying and Developing Human Capital3
Emphases
Select one of the following emphases:15-41
Total Hours21-47
 

A. Management Emphasis

Management Elective
Select one course from the following:3
Managing Reward Systems
Managing Organization Design and Leading Changes
Maintaining Employee and Labor Relations
Operations Management Elective
Select one course from the following:3
Behavior Based Safety
Project Management
Systems and Simulation
Quality Management
Supply Chain Management
Operations Planning and Scheduling
Food and Beverage Hospitality with Lab
Psychology of Judgement and Decision Making
Marketing and Entrepreneurship Elective
Select one course from the following:3-4
Introduction to Sales
Entrepreneurship
New Venture Creation
Consumer Behavior
Integrated Marketing Communication
Marketing Research & Analysis
Sales Management
Pricing Strategy and Tactics
Retail Distribution Mgmnt
Marketing Channels Management
Services Marketing
International Marketing
Product Development and Brand Management
PGA Golf Management II
PGA Golf Management III
Accounting and Finance Elective
Select one course from the following:3
Accounting Information Systems
Intermediate Financial Accounting I
Cost and Management Accounting
Fraud Examination
Enterprise Accounting
Fundamentals of Federal Taxation
Public Finance
Intermediate Financial Management
International Finance
Management Information Systems Elective
Select one course from the following:3
Accounting Information Systems
GIS Primer
Application Development
Systems Analysis & Administration
Business Telecommunications Management
Database Design
Issues in Information Systems
Data Management for Big Data
Total Hours15-16

Courses to total 120 credits for this degree

B. Human Resources Management Emphasis

MHR 416Managing Reward Systems3
MHR 418Managing Organization Design and Leading Changes3
MHR 441Maintaining Employee and Labor Relations3
HR Decision-Making Elective
Select one course from the following:3-4
Cost and Management Accounting
Enterprise Accounting
Econometrics
GIS Primer
Application Development
Systems Analysis & Administration
Database Design
Data Management for Big Data
Marketing Research & Analysis
Systems and Simulation
Methods and Analysis in Organizational Science
Introduction to Research in the Behavioral Sciences
Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Tests and Measurements
Specialized Electives
Select one course from the following courses:3-4
Career Development in Organizations
Persuasion
Conflict Management
Organizational Communication
Teaching and Learning in Organizations
Labor Economics
Lrng, Dvlpmnt, & Assessment
Behavior Based Safety
Explore Mentoring & Leadership
Public Relations Writing and Production
Issues in Information Systems
Nonprofit Organizations
PGA Golf Management II
PGA Golf Management III
Public Administration
Psychology of Learning
Psychology of Judgement and Decision Making
Human Relations in the Workplace
Introduction to Diversity and Stratification
Total Hours15-17

Courses to total 120 credits for this degree

C. Entrepreneurship and Small-Business Management Emphasis

MHR 311Introduction to Management3
MHR 418Managing Organization Design and Leading Changes3
Complete the requirements for the following: 112
Specialized Electives (6 cr):6
Work with your advisor to gain approval for a set of electives that will build your knowledge and skill in the industry or type of company that is the focus of your business interests.
Total Hours24

Courses to total 120 credits for this degree

D. PGA Golf Management Option

Required course work includes all Management and Human Resources requirements, one of the Management and Human Resources emphases, and:

PGA 103Introduction to PGA Golf Management2
PGA 150PGA Golf Management I2
PGA 251PGA Golf Management II 12
PGA 298Internship1-3
PGA 385PGA Golf Management III 12
PGA 386Food and Beverage Hospitality with Lab 24
PGA 398Internship1-3
REC 105Teaching Golf I2
REC 205Teaching Golf II2
REC 305Teaching Golf III2
Total Hours20-24

Courses to total 130 credits for this degree

Students must have a 12.0 handicap or better to enter this program. International students can complete the degree requirements, but membership to the PGA of America requires US Citizenship or Resident Alien status