Human Resource Management Minor


The Human Resource Management Minor is designed to provide the student with technical skills and human relations knowledge to complement a non-business degree.

Gain a business background

The minor in Human Resource Management provides undergraduate students outside the John Cook School of Business with the opportunity to develop an understanding of how business organizations realize that the quality of their workforce is one key way to build and sustain a competitive advantage in the fast-paced and rapidly changing business environment.

Students are responsible for completing any prerequisites and a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA is required in minor coursework.


Human Resource Management Minor for Non-Business Majors

Eighteen (18) hours of management coursework are required for the human resource management minor. 

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Course Options

Fifteen hours as follows (3 credit hours each):

 CourseTitle Prerequisites
MGT 2000Legal Environment of Business I 
MGT 3000Management Theory & Practice Sophomore standing 
MGT 3300Management of Human Resources MGT 3000
MGT 4301Talent Management MGT 3300
MGT 4302Compensation MGT 3300


Three hours chosen from the following courses (3 credit hours each):

 CourseTitle Prerequisites
MGT 3100Organization BehaviorMGT 3000
MGT 3301Negotiations & Conflict Resolution MGT 3000 
MGT 4101Fundamentals of Leadership MGT 3100
MGT 4102Organizational Failure, Change, & Transformation MGT 3100
MGT 4103Current Problems in Management MGT 3100