Human Resource Management

https://www.uwgb.edu/human-resources-management/

The Human Resources Management major in UW-Green Bay's Cofrin School of Business provides students with in-depth knowledge in the Human Resources Management domain through a rigorous curriculum with courses covering important topics in HR such as employee retention and development, recruitment and selection, compensation, job performance and cutting-edge topics such HR Analytics. 

The program provides considerable exposure to the liberal arts and develops the critical thinking, problem-solving, interpersonal, communication, quantitative and computer skills needed by graduates to successfully serve as leaders within modern organizations. The program also addresses contemporary organizational issues such as global competition, social responsibility and ethics, sustainability, and the relationship between organizations and various environmental forces.

In the HRM major you will begin your studies by taking general education courses as well as introductory-level business courses. Additionally, you will have courses that provide an overall understanding of business such as the basics of Marketing, Accounting, Human Resources, Management and Finance among others. Finally, you will take your HRM-focused upper-level courses and complete a capstone course, prior to applying for graduation.

Our HRM faculty are experts in their field who use a variety of pedagogical practices and connect the classroom to the real-world. Students are also encouraged to complete internships for credit.

Entrance and Exit Requirements

Students can declare a Business Administration major with an emphasis in Human Resources Management at any time with any number of credits through a simple online process.  To declare, students must complete an online Declaration of Major/Minor/Certificate e-form, which includes reading and accepting an Honor Code (pre-declaration form). Your advisor will be assigned to you after the e-form is received.

Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 to proceed in the course progression. All students must meet this exit requirement to graduate. Students intending to graduate with this emphasis must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average.

Major  

Foundational Courses54-58
Principles of Financial Accounting
Principles of Managerial Accounting
Spreadsheet and Information Systems
Principles of Sustainability in Business
Business and Its Environment
Macro Economic Analysis
Micro Economic Analysis
Business Ethics
Principles of Supply Chain Management
Statistics (choose one):
Business Statistics
Introductory Statistics
Writing (choose one):
Professional Writing for Business Majors 1
Research and Rhetoric
Upper-Level Foundational Courses
Legal Environment of Business
e-Entrepreneurship and Digital Management
Corporation Finance
Introduction to Human Resource Management
Organizational Behavior
Strategic Management
Principles of Marketing
Project Management
Human Resource Management Required Courses21
Employee Development
Recruitment and Selection
Employment Law
Compensation and Benefits Planning
Employee Relations
Performance Management and Job Analysis
Human Resource Management Analytics
Total Credits75-79

Faculty  

Gaurav Bansal; Professor; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee*

Allen Huffcutt; Professor; Ph.D., Texas AM University

Sampathkumar Ranganathan; Professor; Ph.D., University of Memphis*

Karl Schindl; Professor; M.S., Northern Illinois University

Vallari Chandna; Associate Professor; Ph.D., University of North Texas

Amulya Gurtu; Associate Professor; Ph.D., Ryerson University

James F Loebl; Associate Professor; J.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison

David J Radosevich; Associate Professor; Ph.D., University at Albany, State University of New York*

Matthew Raunio; Associate Professor; M.B.A., University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Mussie M Teclezion; Associate Professor; D.B.A., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Jae Hoon Choi; Assistant Professor; PH.D., University of Colorado

Heather Clark; Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Memorial University

Wei Jaio; Assistant Professor; Ph.D., State University of New York-Binghampton

Heather Kaminski; Assistant Professor; D.B.A., Anderson University

Dianne Murphy; Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Patricia A Albers; Senior Lecturer; M.B.A., University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh

Matthew Geimer; Lecturer; J.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison

Ryan Kauth; Lecturer; M.B.A., Keller Graduate School of Management