Provost & Academic Vice President

Student Learning Outcomes

Human Resource Management  (B.B.)


Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to: 

  1. interpret and apply relevant legal and regulatory concepts related to human resource management  (Employment Law)
  2. have a clear understanding of organizational strategy and leadership skills, and how to manage diversity  (Strategy and HR)
  3. have knowledge of staffing strategies such as making appropriate use of recruiting methods, selection procedures, and appropriate staffing decisions  (Workforce Planning)
  4. understand instructional and mentoring strategies relating to employee training, development, and career planning  (Training and Development)
  5. understand the concepts of designing and implementing employee performance appraisals  (Performance Management)
  6. possess a full understanding of a compensation/total rewards strategy based on compensation laws, evaluation methods, and benefits administration  (Compensation and Benefits)
  7. have a clear understanding of union organizing, union/management relations, and unfair labor practices  (Employee and Labor Relations)