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Where people and strategy connect

Businesses and public organizations alike are increasingly coming to realize that the most valuable assets that they have are their human assets - people. Realizing that people make the difference between success and failure, the Human Resource Management emphasis area explores the operational and strategic components of managing people. Students pursuing the Human Resource Management emphasis learn how to evaluate the competitive landscape, assess stakeholder expectations, implement and sustain change initiatives, and align human resource practices with business strategy.

Topics studied in this emphasis area include talent management (e.g. recruiting, staffing, performance management), employment law (e.g. ADA, FMLA, EEO, compliance), labor relations (e.g. unions, contracts, arbitration, grievances), data and administration (e.g. new hire orientation, file audits, open enrollment, HRIS), professional development (e.g. training, succession planning), total rewards (e.g. compensation, variable pay, benefits, perks), and organizational behavior at the individual level (e.g. job satisfaction, stress, motivation, trust, learning, decision making, ability, personality, values), group level (e.g. leadership, power, negotiation, politics, teams), and organizational level (e.g. culture, structure).  

Human Resource Management Program Sheet

Angelica Johanson, Bachelor of Business Administration, HR Management

Angelica Johanson, Bachelor of Business Administration, HR Management

“I chose to attend UAS for several reasons. It is the local university, has a good reputation, and the distance program made it all possible since I work full time as well."

Bachelor of Business Administration

The Bachelor of Business Administration degree program develops a student's intellectual ability, executive personality, and managerial skills through an appropriate blending of core business courses and general education requirements. Core courses in key business competencies provide a strong foundation for which emphasis areas in accounting, human resources, management, and MIS allow you to tailor your degree towards your academic and career goals.

Human Resource Management Emphasis

The Human Resource Management emphasis area within the BBA program prepares students for an exciting professional career in the field of human resources. Coursework examines organizational behavior, talent acquisition, employment law, employee engagement, job performance, total rewards, labor relations, change management, and the strategic alignment of human resource programs with key business objectives.

Human Resource Management Program Sheet

Degree Requirements

Please refer to the academic catalog for a complete list of course requirements.

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The Department of Business and Public Administration courses feature practitioner-oriented instruction with a focus on concepts and skills that you can apply to your current career immediately. 

Whether you are seeking professional development, considering a career change, or just interested in learning something new, UAS welcomes all students interested in taking a class.

UAS is an open enrollment institution, this means that you do not have to be in a UAS degree program to take a class. Anyone can take our classes as long as they meet the course pre-requisites.

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Classes: BA Fall 2019

Business organization, nature of major business functions such as management, finance, accounting, marketing and personnel administration. Opportunities and requirements for professional business careers.

Schedule information for CRN: 70064, Section: J01
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70064J01Michael Boyer
Egan Wing109
Tue, Thu
10:00a - 11:30a
8/26 - 12/14

Stacked with BA S151-JD1.

Schedule information for CRN: 70065, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70065JD1Michael Boyer
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Stacked with BA S151-J01.

Survey of core areas of business administration with particular emphasis on organization and operation of small and middle-scale businesses. Business law, personal finance, manufacturing, marketing and finance included at the introductory level.

Schedule information for CRN: 70067, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70067JD1Michael Boyer
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Allows students to explore various techniques for developing effective management skills. Personal skills, interpersonal skills, group skills, and communication skills will be explored. Diagnostic tools, discussion, reflection, self-analysis, and skill practice will be the primary learning methods used. The main objective is for students to develop a personalized plan for professional improvement.

Schedule information for CRN: 70068, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70068JD1Kristy Smith
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Applies techniques of written and oral communications to business situations requiring problem solving and an understanding of human relations. Topics include written communications (letters, memoranda, and reports), oral communications (one-on-one and small group interactions and oral presentations), listening skills, nonverbal communications, and communication technology.

Schedule information for CRN: 70070, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70070JD1Staff
Distance EdELIVE
Tuesday
8/26 - 12/14

Prerequisite: BA S163 or WRTG S111 (C or better) or Business English placement test.

Survey of the basics of management. Synthesis of the traditional and contemporary quantitative and behavioral approaches to the subject of management.

Schedule information for CRN: 70071, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70071JD1Kristy Smith
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Explores the role of information systems in various business contexts from a managerial perspective. Examines ways to improve business processes and decision-making through the use of information systems. Practical application of fundamental principles is emphasized.

Schedule information for CRN: 70072, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70072JD1Colleen McKenna
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Prerequisite: CIS S235 or CIS S240 (C- 1.70 or better).

Intensive analysis of the methods of financial planning and control, asset management, and other functions performed by the financial executive.

Schedule information for CRN: 70073, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70073JD1Staff
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Prerequisite: ACCT S202 (C- 1.70 or better).

This course examines business in its relation to the legal and judicial systems and to government regulation. It explores legal concepts and issues pertaining to competition, sales, employees, liabilities and forms of doing business.

Schedule information for CRN: 70074, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70074JD1Michael Boyer
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Role of marketing in society and economy; the business firm as a marketing system; management of the firm's marketing effort.

Schedule information for CRN: 70075, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70075JD1Staff
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Concepts of organizational behavior including job satisfaction, stress, motivation, trust, decision making, problem solving, conflict resolution, leadership, power, teams, individual characteristics, and organizational structure and culture. Research-based evidence links these concepts with job performance and organizational commitment.

Schedule information for CRN: 70076, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70076JD1Charla Brown
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Survey course in basic principles of human resource management and administration. Examines HR practices related to recruitment, selection, training, development, compensation, and employee relations.

Schedule information for CRN: 70077, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70077JD1Charla Brown
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Introduces basic statistical methods used in business decision making. Probability functions common in business applications, descriptive statistics, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing, sampling methods and sampling error, regression and analysis of variance. Focus is on application, including Excel and SPSS, and on using results for decisions.

Schedule information for CRN: 75997, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
75997JD1Staff
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Prerequisite: MATH S151.

Provides a broad detailed overview of the practical issues and techniques that encompass fraud investigation and examination, forensic accounting, legal and liability issues, related criminology, and ethical considerations.

Schedule information for CRN: 70078, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70078JD1Staff
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Prerequisite: ACCT S201 or BA S325 (C- 1.70 or better).

Stacked with ACCT S454-JD1.

In-depth examination of business policy and strategy. This course integrates the competencies and knowledge from the business disciplines and functional viewpoints into a comprehensive strategic planning and implementation process using a series of case studies and business simulation. Designed as the capstone course for senior B.B.A. students, intended to be taken during the final semester.

Schedule information for CRN: 70079, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70079JD1Kristy Smith
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Prerequisite: BA S301, BA S325, BA S343, and either STAT S200 or BA S374 (all C- 1.70 or better).

A holistic approach to project management: planning, scheduling, organizing, and controlling projects. Primary class emphasis is on project management process and tools, which are becoming increasingly more important in today's competitive marketplace.

Schedule information for CRN: 70080, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70080JD1Colleen McKenna
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Prerequisite: MATH S151 or higher (C- 1.70 or better).

A comprehensive examination of international business environments and practices. Attention is given to how differences in culture, political and legal systems, and economic systems influence business practices and trade patterns. Special attention is given to how globalization influences business practices.

Schedule information for CRN: 70081, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70081JD1Kristy Smith
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Prerequisite: ECON S201 or ECON S202 (C- 1.70 or better).

Policy decisions and governmental regulations affecting business as well as the social responsibility of business in society.

Schedule information for CRN: 70082, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70082JD1Charla Brown
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14

Prerequisite: ECON S201 or ECON S202 (C- 1.70 or better).

Investigate the essential techniques of the research process in the context of business issues to include defining a research problem, designing a business research project, referencing research literature, and evaluating research papers. Designed for senior B.B.A. students and intended to be taken during the final year of the B.B.A. program.

Schedule information for CRN: 70083, Section: JD1
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
70083JD1Kristy Smith
Distance EdWEB
8/26 - 12/14
 
 

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