Human Resource Management Curriculum

Human Resource Management Curriculum


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Human Resource Management

2018-19

Human Resource Management

2017-18

Human Resource Management

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Human Resource Management

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Human Resource Management

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Human Resource Management

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Summer 2018 Class Offerings

Suggested Course List

Summer 2018 Class Offerings

Suggested Course List

Summer 2018 Class Offerings

Suggested Course List

Summer 2018 Class Offerings

Suggested Course List


Required Program Courses

10101176
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UGRD
| 2 CR
This is a basic accounting course for non-accounting program students. The scope of study focuses on an introduction to business and accounting, analyzing and recording accounting transactions, performing the adjusting process, and completing the accounting cycle. Understanding is based both on theory and application.
10103106
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UGRD
| 1 CR
A complete presentation graphics course that allows you to produce professional-looking presentations. It gives you the flexibility to make informal presentations using overhead transparencies, electronic presentations, formal presentations using 35mm slides, or virtual presentations. Additionally, you can create paper printouts, outlines, speaker notes, and audience handouts.
10103146
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UGRD
| 1 CR
Students will learn word processing using MS Word. Credit A activities will include creating, editing, saving, formatting, printing, and other basic MS Word features.
10103151
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UGRD
| 1 CR
Students will learn to use MS Excel. Credit A activities will include creating, editing, saving, formatting, printing, performing calculations, and enhancing worksheets through charts.
10103152
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UGRD
| 1 CR
Students will learn to use MS Excel. Credit B activities will include using advanced features of formulas, object linking and embedding, multiple worksheets, 3-D references, macro basics and database basics. COREQUISITE: 10103151 MS Excel A.
10105123
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UGRD
| 1 CR
Upon completion of this course learners will be able to use technology-driven modes of communication, apply organizational techniques, and manage electronic files, explain how they are personally responsible for their own successes, and apply keyboarding and calculating knowledge in a variety of business-related scenarios.
10116100
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UGRD
| 3 CR
In Human Resource Management, the learner applies the skills and tools necessary to effectively value and apply employees' abilities and needs to organization goals. Each learner will demonstrate the application of the supervisor's role in contemporary human resources management, impacts of EEOC, writing job descriptions, recruitment, selection, conducting job interviews, orientation, developing policies and procedures, training, performance management, employee counseling and development, and effective use of compensation and benefit strategies. It is recommended that the learner have experience using a PC/MAC, using the MS Windows operating systems and software suite, browsing Web pages, downloading files, using e-mail, and exchanging files prior to enrolling in this course.
10116101
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UGRD
| 3 CR
In keeping in line with electronic recordkeeping, human resources and payroll have followed suit. Tracking employee information and payroll transactions is handled efficiently and securely using human resources information systems and payroll software. The learner will come to understand how this type of software works. Payroll calculation will be highly emphasized taking into account all the federal and state laws and filing requirements.
10116102
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UGRD
| 3 CR
Course examines employment, labor and social issues in the work environment through the laws that govern the employer/union and employer/employee relationships. Topics explored include: unemployment compensation; workers’ compensation; hiring and firing practices; sexual harassment in the workplace; the Americans with Disabilities Act; and the intricacies of federal and Wisconsin equal employment opportunity laws. Students will use in-depth case analyses, oral presentation, and debates. PREREQUISITE: 10116100 Human Resource Management.
10116103
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UGRD
| 3 CR
Compensation encompasses the remuneration issues of employment. It will cover all aspects of wage and salary administration including job design, job analysis, pay range development, salary surveys, bonus programs, state and federal compensation law and performance management in regards to pay practices. PREREQUISITE: 10116100 Human Resource Management.
10116104
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UGRD
| 3 CR
Getting the right employees in the right job is really an art. Learn the methods of recruitment used to attract employees to your organization. Once recruitment takes place, then selection of the most suitable candidate for an opening takes place. This process is highly governed by state and federal law which must be learned and used as the basis for lawful selection of employees. PREREQUISITE: 10116100 Human Resource Management.
10116105
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UGRD
| 2 CR
The course provides students with both the common and complex issues related to human behavior in the workplace as it relates to employee relations, state and federal mandates and laws. In-depth examination of relationships among workers, management, laws and government are the major focus of this course. PREREQUISITE: 10116100 Human Resource Management.
10116106
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UGRD
| 3 CR
The orientation and training course prepares participants to be able to orient, train and take new hires through the onboarding process so they have the greatest opportunity to be successful, productive employees in the workplace. Key topics are: training and development, delivery techniques, assessing employee strengths, and methods to determine where employees may focus talent improvement processes. Course will also explore the value of engaging in company culture including techniques for success within that culture. PREREQUISITE: 10116100 Human Resource Management.
10116107
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UGRD
| 3 CR
With the ever changing health care laws, this benefits course will address the evolution of benefit offerings in health insurance as well as the other benefit areas. Taking the total reward approach, other topics to be covered include dental insurance, disability insurance, paid time off, government mandated benefits and optional work arrangements. PREREQUISITE: 10116100 Human Resource Management.
10116108
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UGRD
| 3 CR
The Human Resource Capstone course emphasizes application of advanced principles of human resource management. These principles include the application of the EEOC regulations, recruitment and selection, orientation and training, payroll and benefit administration, interpersonal skills management and business management. Learners are required to design and complete a human resource management project that begins with the fundamentals and extends to application within their workplace. PREREQUISITE: Admitted to the Human Resource Management program and have completed 30 credits of coursework.
10196108
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UGRD
| 1 CR
This course examines customer service as it relates to organizational quality. It addresses service models for internal and external customers, systems and strategies applied to customer service, and tools and techniques for gathering customer feedback and handling complaints.
10196136
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UGRD
| 3 CR
An introduction to safety and loss prevention in the workplace with an emphasis on the supervisor's responsibility for maintaining a safe, productive environment. Students will study safety concepts, hazard controls, developing safety and health programs, and federal- and state-mandated regulations.
10196138
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UGRD
| 1 CR
In Conflict Resolution and Confrontation Skills the learner applies the skills and tools necessary to deal with conflict and confrontation in the workplace. The learner will identify the major causes of conflict, develop a working plan of action to confront difficult situations, and establish guidelines for gaining resolution to difficult situations. The learner will build greater personal skill and confidence in their ability to deal with conflict in their personal and professional life.
10196145
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UGRD
| 2 CR
In this course, you will review how the basic management styles affect the people, processes, and profitability of a business. You will also learn how to balance the organization's needs for profits with employees' basic needs within a global context. You will review and study the basic concepts and the supervisor's role regarding return on investment, return on equity, profit centers, financial statements, and overall departmental operations.
10196199
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UGRD
| 3 CR
This course will focus on business practices from an ethical point of view. The student will examine such topics as morality/ethical theory, utilitarianism, Kantian ethics, justice and the market system, whistle blowing, trade secrets/conflict of interest, privacy, advertising, product safety, corporate social responsibility, international business.

Required General Studies Courses

10801136
|
UGRD
| 3 CR
This course is designed for learners to develop knowledge and skills in all aspects of the writing process. Planning, organizing, writing, editing and revising are applied through a variety of activities. Students will analyze audience and purpose, use elements of research, and format documents using standard guidelines. Individuals will develop critical reading skills through analysis of various written documents.PREREQUISITE: Established scores on placement assessments or COREQUISITE: 10831103 Intro to College Writing
10804123
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UGRD
| 3 CR
This course integrates algebraic concepts, proportions, percents, simple interest, compound interest, annuities, and basic statistics with business/consumer scenarios. It also applies math concepts to the purchasing/buying and selling processes. PREREQUISITE: Established score on placement assessment or 10834109 Pre-Algebra.
10809195
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UGRD
| 3 CR
This course is designed to give an overview of how a market-oriented economic system operates, and it surveys the factors which influence national economic policy. Basic concepts and analyses are illustrated by reference to a variety of contemporary problems and public policy issues. Concepts include scarcity, resources, alternative economic systems, growth, supply and demand, monetary and fiscal policy, inflation, unemployment and global economic issues.
10809196
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UGRD
| 3 CR
Introduces students to the basic concepts of sociology: culture, socialization, social stratification, multi-culturalism, and the five institutions, including family, government, economics, religion, and education. Other topics include demography, deviance, technology, environment, social issues, social change, social organization, and workplace issues.

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10801196
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UGRD
| 3 CR
Focuses upon developing speaking, verbal and nonverbal communication, and listening skills through individual presentations, group activities, and other projects.
10801198
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UGRD
| 3 CR
Explores the fundamentals of effective oral presentation to small and large groups. Topic selection, audience analysis, methods of organization, research, structuring evidence and support, delivery techniques, and other essential elements of speaking successfully, including the listening process, form the basis of the course.

CHOOSE 1 OF THE 2 FOLLOWING COURSES:

10809198
|
UGRD
| 3 CR
This introductory course in psychology is a survey of the multiple aspects of human behavior. It involves a survey of the theoretical foundations of human functioning in such areas as learning, motivation, emotions, personality, deviance and pathology, physiological factors, and social influences. It directs the student to an insightful understanding of the complexities of human relationships in personal, social, and vocational settings.
10809188
|
UGRD
| 3 CR
Developmental Psychology is the study of human development throughout the lifespan. This course explores developmental theory and research with an emphasis on the interactive nature of the biological, cognitive, and psychosocial changes that affect the individual from conception to death. Application activities and critical thinking skills will enable students to gain an increased knowledge and understanding of themselves and others.

Total: 61 Credits


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Rice Lake Admissions Contact

Sara Eckstein

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800.243.9482 ext. 5220

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Ashland Admissions Contact

Jennifer Bednarik

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800.243.9482 ext. 3195

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New Richmond Admissions Contact

Jodi Saliny

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800.243.9482 ext. 4339

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Cindy Miller

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800.243.9482 ext. 6243

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