MNA: Management: Applied

Courses

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MNA 2320. HUMAN RESOURCES RECRUITMENT, SELECTION AND STAFFING.

330

HUMAN RESOURCES RECRUITMENT, SELECTION AND STAFFING Prerequisite: MAN 2300 This course examines how the functions of recruitment, selection and staffing/training fit into a Human Resources Department. Students will practice analyzing position, recruiting qualified applicants, interviewing candidates for employment and, once hired, orient and train them.

MNA 2325. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS SYSTEMS.

330

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS SYSTEMS Prerequisite: MAN 2300 This course discusses various compensation and benefits plans, legal issues, and the administration of compensation and benefits plans. Emphasis is on providing a basic understanding of the business concepts utilized in the compensation and benefits area.

MNA 2329. CASE STUDIES IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT.

330

CASE STUDIES IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Prerequisites: MAN 2300, MNA 2320, MNA 2325, and MNA 2403 This course uses a case study, experiential/simulated learning approach to build upon and apply Human Resources Management concepts. Students will develop and apply their communications and employee relation skills and problem-solving and decision-making abilities to cases that reflect work-related, human resources challenges.

MNA 2403. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT LAW.

330

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT LAW Prerequisites: BUL 2241 and MAN 2300. This course is a study of law as it applies to the management of human resources. Particular emphasis is placed on the impact of legal issues, laws, and organization policies on the employee-employer relationship.