Human Resource Management
The Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management Completion Program is designed to provide students with an associate’s degree in a business related field with the knowledge and skills necessary to add value to a business at the management level. Our Human Resource Management program in St. Louis is designed to promote employee knowledge, well-being, and development by looking at best practices and benchmarking trends. Emphasis will be placed in management and leadership, ethics, methodology, and employee profiling. Students will also explore employment laws, hiring and termination techniques, resume building, and business writing.
The program builds upon the knowledge structure of prior college experience developing a new structure of knowledge centered on human capital. Work-based projects give opportunities for application of how to motivate, evaluate, train, hire and the current legal parameters surrounding a business’ employee base. Our Human Resource Management program supports the life-long learning goals and career-building skills developing skill sets to think critically, act ethically, and assume the responsibility of a professional citizen and career leader.
This baccalaureate degree prepares students for success as mid-level managers, serving as members of management teams in a variety of businesses and organizations. The accelerated format of 60 instructional weeks is designed for the nontraditional student. The Human Resource Management program classes will typically average 20–25 students per class. The lecture classes will be a maximum of 30 students per course in this program. There are four classes utilizing laboratory courses to enhance the knowledge, skills and values practiced throughout the program. Some courses incorporate team and work based projects requiring students to work on group projects where the maximum is 24 students per class. The design of our Human Resource Management program allows students the opportunity to compile a work-based portfolio highlighting their human resource management, communication, leadership and teamwork skill sets.