Human Resources Management
A BBA in Human Resource Management (HRM) prepares you for a career in managing human
resources in private or public organizations, government, or nonprofits. As a human resource manager, you will play
a key role in staffing the organization and in training, development, and employee compensation. Graduating with a degree in Human
Resource Management makes you immediately employable and readies you for a long career with opportunities for advancement.
Our graduates hold jobs such as Employee Relations Manager, Corporate Recruiter, Training
and Development Manager and HR Business Partner. Organizations have a growing need for well-qualified HR managers
with the skills to effectively attract, motivate and retain a diverse workforce. The U.S. Bureau of Labor projects a national growth of
9% through 2030 for human resource managers with a minimum of a bachelor's degree.
Our majors work with both full-time faculty who have taught and consulted in HRM for
decades as well as with part-time faculty who currently work in Human Resources. The internship opportunity provides an
opportunity for meaningful real-world experience while still taking classes.