B.B.A. in Human Resources Management

Overview

The degree allows students to develop and fine tune business strategies/concepts that are needed to apply in everyday business operations. Our program’s focus is in Human Resources, which enables students to learn the basics of business practices such as:

  • Corporate Headhunting
  • Business Coaching
  • Benefit Analysis

The Tarleton Human Resource Management program (BBA and MS) has continually aligned with the Society of Human Resource Management recommendations.

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Human Resources Management is a very important component of corporate success. As a Human Resources Manager, you will be expected to build and work with teams while encouraging others to utilize their skill set in order to make quality contributions to the industry.

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Estimated Completion

120 credit hours (4 years)

Application Process

  1. Admission into Tarleton State University – Undergraduate Studies

Cost

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Department

College

Program Objectives

  • Students in this program will learn the basics of several business practice components.
  • Students will develop the skills needed to create business strategies and concepts.
  • Students will be prepared to meet the demands of the modern fast-paced, challenging, and competitive work environment, as well as for entrance into Graduate School.
  • Prepare students to work in and lead high-performance teams
  • Prepare students to communicate in the modern business setting
 

Coursework Highlights

ClassNumberClass Name
MGMT3302Human Resource Management
MGMT3350Organizational Behavior
MGMT4303Strategic Compensation
MGMT4304Staffing Organizations
MGMT4305Human Resource Development
MGMT4306Employee and Labor Relations
MGMT4307Business Ethics
MGMT4308Negotiations & Conflict Resolution
BLAW4334Employment Law

For more information on courses, please refer to the university catalog.

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