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2023-2025 - Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-2025 - Undergraduate Catalog

Employment Relations and Workplace Studies Minor


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This minor will provide students with course work that will prepare them for entry level work in a number of high growth HR related fields including human resource management, human resource development, diversity, equity, and inclusion, organizational development, training, health and safety, depending on the elective courses that students select.  Students will gain a deeper understanding about the world of work and how work impacts all other parts of society and how societal factors impact the workplace.  This will prepare students to understand their potential future roles as supervisors, managers, leaders, workers, and members of society.  The three required courses (MGT 305 , MGT 340 , MGT 342  or MGT 346 ) provide students with the basic foundations needed to work in these fields and the extensive list of electives to fulfill the other 9 credit hour requirements will allow students to tailor the minor to meet their specific interests.  It is only available to students not enrolled as a major in a business discipline seeking a BSBA. 

18 crs.


Elective Courses (9 crs.)


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