Human Resource Management (AS Degree S0530)

Business Division
Degree S0530

The Human Resource Management degree is intended to prepare students to enter the business world in the dynamic environment of human resources. Students become familiar with various approaches to business organization and the strategic nature of human resource management. Studies in human resource law, compensation systems, training, and development will provide the student a solid foundation from which to build a career in human resource management. Transfer students will gain a strong human resource management business elective base initiating further study in a variety of fields. Students active in the work arena will acquire new skills that are highly desirable in a fast-paced work force.

This degree requires the completion of General Education coursework plus the following:

Required Courses

Course Prefix Course Name Units
ANTH 5Cultural Anthropology3
BUSA 70Payroll and Tax Accounting3
BUSL 19Advanced Business Law3
BUSM 20Principles of Business3
BUSM 60Human Relations in Business3
BUSM 61Business Organization and Management3
BUSM 62Human Resource Management3
BUSO 25Business Communications3
CISB 15Microcomputer Applications3.5
Total Units27.5

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Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, a student will be able to:

  • Apply management concepts and functions
  • Explain theory and practical application of Equal Employment Opportunity current employment laws
  • Compose an appropriate, effective letter presenting good news, bad news, sales, or persuasive content

    Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.

Looking for guidance? A counselor can help.This Guided Pathways for Success (GPS) is a suggested sequence of coursework needed for program completion. It is not an official educational plan. Schedule an appointment with a counselor or advisor as soon as possible to create an individualized Mountie Academic Plan (MAP) specific to your goals and needs.

Plan of Study Grid
Fall Term 1Units
BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3 3
BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3 3
CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.5 3.5
ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4 4
 Units13.5
Winter Term 1
SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4 4
AA/S KINES Phys Ed (KIN) Activity Course .5 3
 Units7
Spring Term 1
BUSM 61 Business Organization and Management 3 3
BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3 3
AA/S HUM Area C-2 Humanities Course 3 3-4
AA/S MATH Meet AA/AS Math Comptcy Req 3 5
Take any C-2 Humanities, CHIN 1 is recommended 1  
Certificate: Business: Human Resource L1 E0531 1  
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 Units14-15
Summer Term 1
AA/S ARTS Area C-1 Arts Course 3 3
 Units3
Fall Term 2
BUSA 70 Payroll and Tax Accounting 3 3
ANTH 5 Cultural Anthropology 3 3
AA/S USHIS Area D-1 Hist/Pol Sc Course 3 3
AA/S SCNCE Area B-1 or B-2 Science Course 3 3-5
 Units12-14
Winter Term 2
AA/S ELECT Degree Appl Course (Elective) 3 1-3
BUSL 18 advisory course for BUSL 19 9  
 Units1-3
Spring Term 2
BUSL 19 Advanced Business Law 3 3
BUSO 25 Business Communications 3 3
AA/S LIFE Area E Lifelong Undrstg Course 3 3
AA/S ELECT Degree Appl Course (Elective) 3 1-3
Certificates: Human Resources, L23 N0469/N0470 0  
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Human Resources Management AS S0530 0  
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 Units10-12
 Total Units60.5-67.5
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