Bachelor of Science, Hospitality Management

The hospitality management degree offers the possibility for a student to choose one of four specializations: event planning, general operations, revenue management, and sales.  A bachelor’s degree in hospitality management prepares students for careers at hotels, restaurants, sports and convention centers, senior facilities, and tourist destinations.

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  Bachelor of Arts, Human Resource Management

The human resource management degree will provide students with practical and applied skills; experience in applying those skills; and a variety of intellectual tools to prepare them for HRM careers in business, government, and non-profit organizations. The proposed classes, engaged pedagogy, and instructors will prepare students for staffing organizations; setting and advising procedures for recruitment, interview, and placement. Additionally, students will be prepared for carrying out disciplinary action; tracking leave and absences; and ensuring the health, safety, and development of organizational employees. HRM graduates will also be prepared to advise company management on labor law issues. Students are required to take sixteen credits of a foreign language to obtain a bachelor of arts degree.

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  Bachelor of Science, Human Resource Management

The human resource management degree will provide students with practical and applied skills; experience in applying those skills; and a variety of intellectual tools to prepare them for HRM careers in business, government, and non-profit organizations. The proposed classes, engaged pedagogy, and instructors will prepare students for staffing organizations; setting and advising procedures for recruitment, interview, and placement. Additionally, students will be prepared for carrying out disciplinary action; tracking leave and absences; and ensuring the health, safety, and development of organizational employees. HRM graduates will also be prepared to advise company management on labor law issues. 

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 Minor in Human Resource Management

The  Minor in Human Resource Management would strengthen the program offerings of the Woodbury School of Business. By structuring the degree requirements to enhance the curriculum, it would add rigor to the program and greater professional competence to graduates.

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