The objective of the major in Human Resource Management is to provide students with a program of study that will prepare them for a variety of employment opportunities in the area of human resource management and provide an academic framework for future graduate study. The curriculum combines traditional business courses, specialized management courses and related psychology courses.
(1) Degree programs in the College of Business are developed to ensure that students who complete the programs possess the skills and competencies for successful careers or further academic study. To obtain the maximum benefit from the programs, some sequencing of courses is necessary. The model above reflects suggested sequencing. Observance of prerequisites will ensure that you have the background knowledge to obtain the maximum benefit from the curriculum. Please consult the Catalog for prerequisites to courses you plan to take.
The following recommendations apply to all
The following courses should be taken in your first term: AC/MG 302, MG 320, MG 346
The following courses should be taken in your last term: MG 420, MG 480
(2) All COB majors enrolled in MG 320 (or GBA 300) will be required to purchase LiveText’s Accreditation Management SystemTM to maintain
a portfolio for assessment purposes. Please see course syllabus for details. LiveText will be used in all core courses (MG 302, MG 320,
MG 346, MG 350, MG 352, MG 390, MG 420, MG 480, MK 331).
(3) Students who do not complete MG 320 at ASU are required to take GBA 300 Business Research Skills, a 1-semester hour course dealing with
library research skills and business information sources.