Graduate Course Descriptions
MANA 6323 (3-3-0) Human Resource Strategy (S-L)
This course introduces a strategic management approach to human resource management. A brief overview of behavioral science perspectives on managing people and how to influence employee effectiveness is presented. Methods on how to use knowledge of environmental forces, such as work setting, technological change, globalization, government regulations and union requirements that influence performance will be discussed. Equal Employee Opportunity, legal aspects and influence of the legal environment to human resource management is evaluated. The global enterprise and its effect on global human resource management and interdependence of nations that foster international interest will be presented. Human resource acquisition, rewards, employee training, development, and career planning are examined. Labor management relations, collective bargaining and organizational safety and health sections are revised. This course contains a field-based service-learning component.
- Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer, Online.
- Prerequisite: MANA 51.521 or undergraduate equivalent.