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Human Resource Management

Department: Accounting, Business and Economics

Effective fall 2009: Any student with a business POE of any kind must take the following core courses. This requirement applies to all business POEs, including individualized ones. The core courses must appear in the POE. The courses are:

EB 131, Financial Accounting
EB 236, Managerial Accounting
EB 201, The Management Process
EB 202, Behavioral Analysis of Organizations
EB 211, Business Statistics or an approved substitute stats course
and one of the following:
EB 105, International Economic Issues
EB 222, Principles of Macroeconomics
EB 223, Principles of Microeconomics

Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
EB 101 Introduction to Business 3
S
EB 105 International Economic Issues 3
SI
EB 131 Financial Accounting 3
S
EB 236 Managerial Accounting 4 EB 131 S CW, QM
EB 201 The Management Process 3 Sophomore standing S
EB 202 Behavioral Analysis Organizations 4 Sophomore standing S CW
EB 210
or
MA 130
Quantitative Business Analysis

Calculus I
3

4
Sophomore standing


S

N
QM

QM
EB 211 Business Statistics 3
S QS
EB 223 Principles of Microeconomics 3 Sophomore standing S
EB 204 Legal Regulation of Business 3 Sophomore standing S
EB 341 Production & Operations Management 3 EB 201 S  
EB 351 Marketing Management 3 EB 201 S
EB 361 Financial Management I 3 EB 131 S
EB 371 Human Resource Management 3 EB 202 or PACS 202 S
EB 379 Bargaining and Conflict Management 3 EB 202 S CS
EB 480 Senior Seminar in Business 3 Senior standing S
Choose one of the three following groups of courses:
Psychology group - 9 credits
Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
PY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3
S
PY 205 Social Psychology 3 PY 101 S
PY 303
or
PY 304
Learning and Conditioning

Cognitive Psychology
3

3
PY 101

PY 101
S

S
Communication group - 9 credits
Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
CM 130 Intro. to Human Communication 3
   
CM 230 Interpersonal Communication 3
H CS
CM 340
Intercultural Communication
3
CM 230
HI
 
May complete one Communication Studies course
CM 405 Communication Studies 3 CM 130 & CM 230 H CS
CM 405A Women, Work & Identity 3 CM 130 or CM 230, or CM 220 or CM 365 or permission S  
CM 405B Nonverbal Communication 3 CM 130 or CM 230, or CM 220 or CM 365 or permission S  
Peace and Conflict Studies group - 9 credits
Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
PACS 105 Intro. to Conflict Resolution 3
S
PACS 205 Conflict Intervention 3
PACS 105, or PACS 108 or permission
S  
PACS 305 Gender and Conflict 3
S CW
Total Credit Hours = 60

Note: The option of Junior Year or Semester Abroad is encouraged. Foreign exchange partner institutions are likely to offer equivalent courses for EB 223, 341, 351, 361, and 371.

Also available
Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills

EB 001

Non-credit Business Internship
0
Sophomore and permission



EB 490

Fieldwork in Business
2-9
Permission; with EB 495
S

EB 495

Fieldwork Research: Seminar
2-6
Permission; with EN 490
S
Suggested Schedule for Human Resource Management POE - Normal Start
Year Fall Spring

First Year

EB 101 Introduction to Business (or spring)
EB 131 Financial Accounting (or spring)
EB 105 International Economic Issues (or spring)

EB 101 Introduction to Business (or fall)
EB 131 Financial Accounting (or fall)
EB 105 International Economic Issues (or fall)

Second Year

EB 236 Managerial Accounting (fall or spring)
EB 201 The Management Process
EB 210 Quantitative Business Analysis
EB 223 Microeconomics (fall or spring)

EB 236 Managerial Accounting (spring or fall)
EB 202 Behavioral Analysis of Organizations
EB 211 Business Statistics
EB 223 Microeconomics (spring or fall)
EB 204 Legal Regulations of Business

Third Year

EB upper level courses

EB upper level courses

Fourth Year

EB upper level courses

EB upper level courses
EB 480 Senior Seminar
Suggested Schedule for Human Resource Management POE - Delayed Start
Year Fall Spring

Second Year

EB 201 The Management Process
EB 131 Financial Management
EB 210 Quantitative Business Analysis
EB 223 Microeconomics

EB 202 Behavioral Analysis of Organizations
EB 211 Business Statistics
EB 236 Managerial Accounting
EB 204 Legal Regulations of Business

Third Year

EB 105 International Economic Issues (fall or spring) upper level courses

EB upper level courses

Fourth Year

EB upper level courses

EB upper level courses
EB 480 Senior Seminar

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