HRM 6033

Credit Hours: 3

Students in this graduate level course will focus on theory, methods, and applications in the specialized study of human resource development. This will include a broad survey of training, employee motivations, career counseling, supervisory and management development, organizational assessment and the relationship of these activities to Human Resource Management. The course will utilize textbook readings, cases, practices, and problem applications and culminate with a group project and class presentation. The class will provide instruction, discussion, and reviews of key academic elements in the field of HRD and develop student competencies with practice and application related to unique HRD issues.