Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Managament

In a business world of globalization, outsourcing, and constant technological change, education and flexibility have never been so vital. HRM is a degree completion program that combines both, in a degree designed for the working adult.

  • Accelerated program
  • Classes meet one night per week
  • Core requirements 72 hours (60 hours with emphasis) – Start dates every eight weeks
  • Program requirements 48 hours (60 with emphasis) – February and September start dates
  • Students have the option to select the Health Administration emphasis (requires additional 14 weeks)

Calendar

(spring calendar will be posted when available)

Monday Evenings 6 – 10 pm

Mandatory Blackboard Training & Program Orientation:
Montgomery Campus Sep 9th, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (NO make-ups will be scheduled**)

Semester One (Fall 2017)

Fully Online Courses – Sep 11 – Feb 11

  • HRM 3341 – Survey of Management
  • HRM 3140 – Perspectives of Management

Module One

HRM 4300 – Organizational Behavior – 5 weeks
Sep 11, 18, 25, Oct 2, 9

Module Two

HRM 4311 – Supervision & Management – 5 weeks
Oct 16, 23, 30, Nov 6, 13

Module Three

HRM 3300 – Research Methods in Management – 5 weeks
Nov 20, 27, Dec 4, 11, 18 Break Dec 25 for Christmas, Jan 1 for New Year’s

Module Four

HRM 3310 – Statistical Methods & Research – 5 weeks
Jan 8, 22, 29, Feb 5, 12 Break Jan 15 for King day

Grades due for Research Project Part I/HRM 4199 at the end of Module Four

Semester Two (Spring 2018)

Fully Online Courses Feb 19 – Jun 3

  • HRM 4383 – Survey of International Management
  • HRM 4183 – Perspectives of International Management

Module Five

HRM 4310 – Management Information Systems – 5 weeks
Feb 19, 26, Mar 5, 12, 19

Module Six

HRM 3320 – Effective Interpersonal Relations – 5 weeks
Mar 26, Apr 2, 9, 16, 23

Module Seven

HRM 3331 – Biblical Perspectives – 5 weeks
Apr 30, May 7, 14, 21, Jun 4 Break May 28 for Memorial day

Grades due for Research Project Part II/HRM 4399 at the end of Module Seven

Semester Three (Summer 2018)

Fully Online Courses Jun 11 – Sep 23

  • HRM 4391 – Survey of Train & Dev of Human Resources
  • HRM 4191 – Perspectives of Train & Dev of Human Resources

Module Eight

HRM 4330 – Human Resource Management – 5 weeks
Jun 11, 18, 25, Jul 2, 9

Module Nine

HRM 4381 – Management & the Family – 5 weeks
Jul 16, 23, 30, Aug 6, 13

Module Ten

HRM 4341 – Business Ethics & Values – 5 weeks
Aug 20, 27, Sep 10, 17, 24 Break Sep 3 for Labor day

Module Eleven

HRM 4299 – Research Project Part III – 1 week
Oct 1

Comprehensive Examination on Site(HRM 4090) – October 8, 2018

For students pursuing Health Administration Emphasis:

Semester Four (Fall 2018)

Module Twelve (Fully online Courses – 7 weeks ) Oct 15 -Dec 9

  • HRM 4386 – Survey of Health Administration
  • HRM 4387 – Healthcare Economics and Policy

Module Thirteen (Fully online Courses – 7 weeks ) Dec 10, 2018 – Feb 17, 2019

  • HRM 4388 – Managed Care, Policies, and Implications
  • HRM 4389 – Medical Office Supervision, Coding, and Billing

Please be advised this calendar is tentative and subject to change as deemed necessary by Faulkner University. Enrollment in this program constitutes both expressed and implied acceptance that this calendar is subject to change.

Monday class sessions are scheduled from 6 p.m.- 10 p.m. Modules 1-10 require academic exercises and online learning using the Blackboard platform that require a minimum of 17.5 hours of technology-centered activities. Classes may exceed these requirements.

For each 5-week module, Blackboard availability will commence on the Monday of the first week of class and will end on the Sunday following the last class meeting.

The fully online courses are conducted through the Blackboard platform and require bi-weekly participation that culminates in a minimum of 37.5 hours of total participation per 3 semester hour course. Classes may exceed these requirements.

**The Blackboard training session and program orientation are conducted on Saturday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. prior to the program’s start date. No makeups will be scheduled. Students unable to attend the Saturday session miss an opportunity for an in-depth overview of the Blackboard platform navigation, policies, and procedures. Therefore, students unable to attend the Saturday session may be denied admission/enrollment by the academic department.

  • TBA Registration
  • TBA Late Registration

All students must attend a mandatory orientation/Blackboard training on the Montgomery campus TBA.

Classes begin February 2018.

 

  1. Minimum GPA of 2.0 on credit hours applied to entrance competencies.
  2. 23 years of age.
  3. Minimum 72 hours for entrance in regular program, minimum 60 hours required for degree with emphasis.
  • Submit a completed online application.
  • Request official transcripts from all previously attended schools be sent directly to the address below.
    Faulkner University
    3943 Airport Blvd.
    Mobile, AL 36608