The selection of a Strategic Human Resources Management major explores the theory and techniques of selecting, training, organizing, motivating, and evaluating people in work settings. This major also emphasizes compliance issues, employment law, and the role of the HR department as a strategic business partner in the organization. Moreover, the courses in this major will fulfill the body of knowledge required in the field and assessed by the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) exam.
AC235 Financial Accounting for Managers 2 semester hours
AC236 Managerial Accounting for Managers 2 semester hours
EC334 Business Statistics I 4 semester hours
EC335 Business Statistics II 4 semester hours
MA135 Microeconomics for Managers 2 semester hours
MA136 Macroeconomics for Managers 2 semester hours
MA230 Introduction to Management and Organizations 4 semester hours
MA336 Human Resources Management 4 semester hours
MA342 Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace 4 semester hours
MA361 Labor Relations 4 semester hours
MA355 Compensation Management 2 semester hours
MA357 Training, Development, and Performance Management 2 semester hours
MA359 Employment Law 4 semester hours
MA497 Strategic Human Resources Management 4 semester hours
Choose one course from the following list; each course is 4 semester hours.
MA346 Leadership in Organizations 4 semester hours
MA432 Conflict Management in the Workplace 4 semester hours
RP451-50 Topics in Philosophy: Business Ethics 4 semester hours
SY340 Society and Business 4 semester hours
Note: The completion of 124 semester hours of academic work, including transfer work, is required for graduation. In addition to the above-required major courses, students are also required to fulfill the Wilmington College general education program. Please consult your academic advisor and your catalog for a complete description of all graduation requirements.