Provides students with the basic knowledge needed to help organizations attract, select, develop, engage, evaluate, and retain talent. Topics covered may include strategic HRM, the role of globalization, legal issues in HRM, work analysis, HR planning, recruitment, personnel selection, performance management and appraisal, training and development, career development, compensation systems, motivating and rewarding performance, labor relations, and employee health and safety. Restricted to students with 53 credit hours completed.
Average GPA: 3.02 between 2,244 students
Average GPA: 3.12 between 2,555 students
"W"s are considered to be 0.0 quality points. "Other" grades are not factored into the average GPA calculation.