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Course Listing For MHRC Courses

  • MHRC 309 Foundation of Business Communication

    This course focuses on the practical application of business communication. Emphasis will be placed on learning the different types of writing required in the modern business environment including an introduction to professional presentations. Prerequisite: Acceptance into a College of Business accelerated degree completion program.
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  • MHRC 319 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management

    This course addresses the critical concepts related to human capital management and human resource management administration. Concepts addressed include, but are not limited to: (a) overview of Human Resource functions, (b) influence of the legal/economic conditions on human resource functions, (c) decision making, and (d) strategy Prerequisite: Acceptance into a College of Business accelerated degree completion program.
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  • MHRC 329 Recruitment, Selection and Placement of Human Resources

    This course addresses critical issues in the selection and placement of human resources. Concepts addressed include, but are not limited to: (a) legal and regulatory factors affecting selection and placement of human resources, (b) recruiting practices, selection practices, (c) job analysis and related processes, (d) impact of various economic conditions on recruitment efforts, (e) evaluation. Current topics will also be addressed, such as the changing nature of recruiting practices. Prerequisite: Acceptance into a College of Business accelerated degree completion program.
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  • MHRC 413 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management

    This course addresses the critical concepts related to human capital management and human resource management administration. Concepts addressed include, but are not limited to: (a) influence of the law on personnel functions, (b) law and the personnel function in the new millennium, and (c) job analysis, job description, job specifications, and job evaluation. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the College of Business’ Bachelor of Science in Management of Human Resources accelerated degree program and successful completion of RCBC 310, RCBC 320, RCBC 330, and RCBC 340
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  • MHRC 423 Recruitment, Selection, and Placement of Human Resources

    This course addresses critical issues in the selection and placement of human resources. Concepts addressed include, but are not limited to: (a) legal and regulatory factors affecting selection and placement of human resources, (b) recruiting practices, selection practices, (c) interviewing skills, and (d) equal employment opportunity/affirmative action practices. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the College of Business’ Bachelor of Science in Management of Human Resources accelerated degree program and successful completion of RCBC 310, RCBC 320, RCBC 330, and RCBC 340
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  • MHRC 426 Training and Development of Human Resources

    This course looks at training and development as avenues to strategic competitive advantage. Concepts addressed include, but are not limited to: (a) legal and regulatory factors affecting training, (b) training needs analysis, (c) budgets, and (d) evaluation of training and development programs. Current topics will also be addressed, such as the growing utilization of various types of e-training programs and economic considerations. Prerequisite: Acceptance into a College of Business accelerated degree completion program.
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  • MHRC 433 Training, Development and Employee Relations

    This course addresses human capital management from a training and development perspective and also from a performance management perspective. These functions are explored and analyzed from a strategic/competitive advantage stand point. Concepts addressed include, but are not limited to: a) legal and regulatory factors affecting training, employee rights and discipline, b) training needs analysis, c) training and development practices and evaluation and performance management, and d) labor relations and discipline/terminations. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the College of Business’ Bachelor of Science in Management of Human Resources accelerated degree program and successful completion of RCBC 310, RCBC 320, RCBC 330, and RCBC 340
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  • MHRC 436 Employee and Labor Relations

    This course addresses critical concepts involved with employee and labor relations. Concepts addressed include, but are not limited to: (a) legal and regulatory factors affecting employee rights, discipline, and performance management, (b) legal and regulatory factors affecting labor relations, unfair labor practices, and collective bargaining practices. Current topics will also be addressed, such as the economy and political climates in relation to unionization and overall workforce management. Prerequisite: Acceptance into a College of Business accelerated degree completion program.
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  • MHRC 443 Compensation and Benefit Administration

    This course addresses critical concepts involved with development and administration of compensation and benefits of human capital within organizations. Concepts addressed include, but are not limited to: a) legal and regulatory factors affecting compensation and benefit plans, b) types, characteristics, and advantages of compensation and benefit strategies, c) the strategic nature of compensation and benefit strategies, and d) the interconnectivity between compensation and benefit initiatives and performance management. Knowledge from this course as well as from prior courses will be applied to final activities for individual development portfolios. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the College of Business’ Bachelor of Science in Management of Human Resources accelerated degree program and successful completion of RCBC 310, RCBC 320, RCBC 330, RCBC 340, MHRC 413, MHRC 423, and MHRC 433
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  • MHRC 446 Compensation Administration

    This course addresses critical concepts involved with development and administration of compensation. Concepts addressed include, but are not limited to: a) legal and regulatory factors affecting compensation plans strategies, b) types, characteristics, and advantages of compensation strategies, c) the strategic nature of compensation strategies, and d) performance management. Current topics will also be addressed, such as executive compensation, pay for performance and overall compensation practices relative to the changing nature of the economy. Prerequisite: Acceptance into a College of Business accelerated degree completion program.
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  • MHRC 456 Benefits Administration

    This course addresses critical concepts involved with development and administration of benefits. Concepts addressed include, but are not limited to: a) strategic nature of benefits, b) mandated vs. voluntary benefits, c) controlling benefit costs. Current topics will also be addressed, such as new healthcare legislation and strategies for managing benefit costs. Prerequisite: Acceptance into a College of Business accelerated degree completion program.
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  • MHRC 466 Business Operations and HR Strategy

    This course focuses on the practical application of various aspects of business operations from a Human Resource perspective. Concepts address, but are not limited to: (a) basic accounting and financial concepts, (b) business information systems/human resource information systems (HRIS), (c) global Human Resource Management and (d) strategic business decisions and partnerships. Prerequisite: Acceptance into a College of Business accelerated degree completion program.
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  • MHRC 476 Human Resource Management Capstone Project

    This course is designed to incorporate all aspects of Human Resource Management into a comprehensive project. In addition, students will conduct in-depth research of the Human Resource field as well as prepare material designed to aid them in their careers. Prerequisite: Acceptance into a College of Business accelerated degree completion program.
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