There are no prerequisites for this course, but any work experience you’ve had will help provide context for the things you will study. You may find that you already know more about human resources than you imagine.
After completing Organizational Behavior 327: Human Resource Management you should be able to:
|Lesson Title||Graded Element|
|Lesson 1||The Role of HR in Organizations||Speedback|
|Lesson 2||Human Resource Planning||Speedback|
|Lesson 3||Job Analysis and Recruitment||Speedback|
|Lesson 4||Employee Selection||Speedback|
|Lesson 5||Employment Discrimination||Speedback|
|Lesson 6||Training and Development||Speedback|
|Lesson 7||Training Techniques||Speedback|
|Lesson 8||Evaluation of Training Effectiveness||Speedback|
|Lesson 9||Training Programs||Speedback|
|Lesson 10||Performance Management||Speedback|
|Lesson 12||Job Evaluation Methods||Speedback|
|Lesson 13||Incentive Compensation Systems||Speedback|
|Lesson 14||Employee Benefit Programs||Speedback|
|Lesson 15||Compensation Laws and Regulations||Speedback|
|Lesson 16||Employee and Labor Relations||Speedback|
|Lesson 17||Unfair Labor Practices and Collective Bargaining||Speedback|
|Lesson 18||Grievance and Employee Discipline Systems||Speedback|
|Lesson 19||Employment Rights and Workforce Behavior Problems||Speedback|
|Lesson 20||Employee Involvement Strategies||Speedback|
All Course Readings are found in links at the bottom of each lesson introduction.
No required materials or textbooks for this course
This course consists of 23 lessons and two exams, a midterm and a final. Each lesson includes a reading assignment, a review exercise, and a Speedback (computer-graded assignment) with 10 multiple-choice questions.
The midterm exam has 50 multiple-choice questions, and the final exam has 65 questions. The midterm exam is a closed-book exam that you must complete within 90 minutes. You must pass the final with at least a 60% to pass this course. The final exam is a closed-book exam that you must complete within two hours.
Your grade in the class will be determined by your performance on 23 computer-graded assignments and on two exams. The relative weight of each follows:
|23 Lesson Speedbacks (2% each)||46%|
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