7825 Human Resources & Organizational Behavior

7825 Human Resources & Organizational Behavior 

(4 semester hours credit)

This course examines the knowledge and skills needed to identify, grow and sustain talent in an organization. It addresses the common functions of recruitment, training and talent development, motivation, teamwork, compensation, performance, rewards and recognition, safety, laws and cultural concerns, specifically targeted within the context of human resources management (HRM). Students have the opportunity to transfer key human resources concepts to situations they face in their daily life.