Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (HRM)
Every business, regardless of industry, depends on people to succeed. Human resource managers play a key role in helping employees achieve their best and employers provide a welcoming, legally compliant workplace that promotes growth. At Faulkner University, a private liberal arts college with a Christian educational framework located in Montgomery, Alabama, students can earn a bachelor’s degree in human resource management with an accelerated, fully online format that promotes success. The Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (HRM) online program allows you to complete a degree in just one year, so you can quickly join the workforce or improve your opportunities.
How to Apply
- Submit a completed online application.
- Request official transcripts from all previously attended schools be sent directly to Faulkner.
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 on all previous college work or a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 on at least 12 hours taken with Faulkner.
- Completion of entrance competencies as listed.
- Minimum 23 years of age.
7 weeks per module
Six starting/entry points for new students
Mandatory Canvas Training & Program Orientation (Posted in Canvas)
Module Two: October 17– December 11
HRM 3303 Survey of Business
HRM 3304 Survey of Management
HRM 3305 Business/HR Analytics
(Break November 21-27 for Thanksgiving holiday)
Module Three: January 9 – February 26
HRM 3306 Statistical Reasoning
HRM 3307 Management Information Systems
Module Four: March 6 – April 23
HRM 4301 Effective Interpersonal Relations
HRM 4302 Perspectives of International Management
HRM 4303 Managing Employee Benefits
Module Five: May 1 – June 18
HRM 4304 Survey of Economics
HRM 4305 Human Resource Management
Module Six: June 26 – August 13
HRM 4306 Management and the Family
HRM 4307 Survey of Training & Development of Human Resources
HRM 4308 Business Ethics & Values
Module One: August 21 - October 8
HRM 3301 - Organizational Behavior
HRM 3302 - Supervision & Management
Spring 2024 - Optional Health Administration Emphasis (for those who have finished/passed all other HRM courses)
March 4 - April 21
HRM 4386 - Survey of Health Administration
HRM 4387 - Healthcare Economics & Public Policy
HRM 4388 Managed Care, Policies, & Implications
HRM 4389 Medical Office Supervision, Coding, & 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.
Weekly sessions begin at 12:01 am on the start day and end at 11:59 pm on the end day.
The online HRM program’s courses are conducted through the Canvas platform and require weekly participation that culminates in a minimum of 37.5 hours of total participation per 3 semester hour course. Classes may exceed these requirements.
2022-2023 Financial Information
|Tuition||$360 per semester hour|
|General Fee||$350 per semester ($250 if 11 hours or less)|
|Online Course Fee||$70 per semester hour|
|Book Fee||$180 per year|
|Applicable Course Fees||see full tuition and fee schedule|
Accelerated Online Study at Faulkner University
Attending school as an adult can be challenging. With the competing demands of family, work, and community obligations, many would-be students find that getting to campus and attending in-person classes don’t fit their already busy schedule. At Faulkner University, we offer a fully online bachelor’s degree in human resource management at an accelerated pace that makes it possible to meet all your existing commitments while receiving the education you need.
The Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (HRM) online program adheres to the same standards for quality education and Christian morality that all of our on-campus and online programs offer. Our instructional approach is grounded in this ethical framework, providing a lifelong guide to professional life that fits your values. You’ll work with like-minded peers and dedicated instructors with extensive field experience to prepare you for the real-life demands of the human resource field. Coursework is tailored to address the growing impact of globalization, outsourcing, and constant technical change, so students are ready to enter the field with a fresh perspective and the technical and theoretical knowledge required for on-the-job results.
Most books, with the exception of a very few, are provided through Cengage Unlimited for a one-time very low fee.
An Online Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management
The Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (HRM) online program is designed with an accelerated pace that allows completion in one year once all core requirements have been completed. The program includes six seven-week modules with start dates every eight weeks to meet your scheduling needs. Course modules include:
- HRM 3301 Organizational Behavior
- HRM 3302 Supervision and Management
- HRM 3303 Survey of Business
- HRM 3304 Survey of Management
- HRM 3305 Business/HR Analytics
- HRM 3306 Statistical Reasoning
- HRM 3307 Management Information Systems
- HRM 4301 Effective Interpersonal Relations
- HRM 4302 Perspectives of International Management
- HRM 4303 Managing Employee Benefits
- HRM 4304 Survey of Economics
- HRM 4305 Human Resource Management
- HRM 4306 Management and the Family
- HRM 4307 Survey of Training and Development of HR
- HRM 4308 Business Ethics and Values
Students may also pursue an optional emphasis area in Health Administration to expand their subject-area expertise. This emphasis area requires an additional 14 weeks of coursework to complete.
Please review our degree plan for more information about individual courses and the program’s structure.
Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (HRM) Online Program Requirements
Students entering the Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (HRM) online program must meet several academic requirements, including:
- 75 hours of core requirements (63 hours with emphasis)
- 45 hours of program requirements (57 with emphasis)
Students who transfer in core curriculum requirements for the HRM program may substitute 12 hours in general education courses to meet select program requirements. Course participants must also meet minimum age and entrance competency standards and present transcripts with a minimum cumulative GPA for all previous college work at Faulkner University or other institutions.
Prepare to Earn Your Bachelor Degree in Human Resource Management
Are you ready to advance your career in human resources or explore a new field with plenty of opportunities for those with the right education? If so, contact Faulkner University today to learn more about our online Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (HRM). We offer a faith-based education that fits your schedule, your values, and your career goals, all with affordable tuition and flexible online study. To begin now, apply online for free.