Human Resource Management is offered in two formats: Traditional & Online.
Applied (AAB) business management program will develop knowledge and skills that facilitate practical application in the field of human resource management (HRM). As HRM is a dynamic part of any business environment, MTC’s HRM curriculum reflects the latest trends for local and regional employers, and national trends as reflected by HRM professional organizations such as The Society for Human Resource Management. HRM students will learn how to work with diverse groups of employees in functions such as recruiting, staffing, talent management, compensation and benefits administration, training and development, and compliance.
DegreeAssociate of Applied Business
Two-year full-time degree schedule; mixture of management, core business, computer, and communication courses with emphasis on management in a variety of organizational settings; program can be completed on a part-time basis.
- Benefits Specialist
- Employment Specialist
- Human Resource Generalist
- Human Resource Assistant
- Payroll Specialist
- Training Coordinator
- Employment Recruiter
The U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook is a useful tool for career research on a wide variety of management, marketing, and human resources positions. http://www.bls.gov/oco/oco1001.htm
The Small Business Administration is an excellent source of information for anyone contemplating going into business. http://www.sba.gov
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
What am I expected to learn?
- Apply strategies to attract and retain the best talent for organizations, based upon employer requirements.
- Understand and explain legal requirements pertaining to the discipline of HRM.
- Identify strategies to improve employee performance, including processes and/or procedures pertaining to performance appraisal systems.
- Apply HRM principles to effectively organize work, manage time, and establish priorities.
- Effectively communicate with diverse groups of stakeholders in both written and oral forms.
- Utilize appropriate technology (e.g. computer software programs) to create spreadsheets, documents, presentations designed to address common business challenges.
- Utilize problem-solving approaches in connection with employee relations matters and day-to-day business issues.
- Apply technology tools to develop and deliver effective training and development.
- Demonstrate knowledge of how compensation and benefit plans are structured and administered.
- Gather data to perform job analyses and job descriptions.
- Demonstrate knowledge of compensation processes and procedures.
- MTC Application for Admission and nonrefundable applicable fee.
- High school transcript (or GED results) and college transcripts (if applicable).
- Successful completion of the Basic Skills Assessment ACT or COMPASS and Technology Skills Test (TST) is required. Or, students may complete College Foundation courses.