Human Resources with a concentration in Learning and Performance
Comprised of courses related to learning and change, HR strategy, business management, and performance measurement, this program prepares students to advance their careers in public and private organizations. Strategic in nature, current HR professionals and students looking to make a career change are given the content and skills required for career advancement. While in the program, students develop competencies in communications, critical thinking, problem solving, and interpersonal skills. The concentration is designed to prepare students to help any organization link learning to strategy and in making them more adaptable to the changing environment.
The structure of classes reinforces the importance of experiential and team-based learning. Students are teamed and work together on projects and presentations both inside and outside of the classroom. Students are encouraged and expected to voice their opinions and reflect on their learning. Classes take many forms but generally consist of some lecture with real life application of theory, class discussions, review of assignments and presentations.
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Course Descriptions for the Bachelor's of Human Resources with a concentration in Learning and Performance