The human resource management degree program at the University of Findlay provides students with the skills and experience needed to become successful in a variety of industries.
Some areas of focus in the human resource management program include:
- Performance evaluation
- Job design
- Recruitment and selection
- Retention and turnover
- Compensation system
- Benefit management
Human resource management majors learn additional aspects that are crucial to being effective in the human resources field such as the "stakeholder concept" which enables you to make informed decisions that are moral and ethical and relate to the corporate atmosphere.
Outside of the ClassroomNetworking and hands-on learning opportunities at Findlay are endless. Here are a few ways our students gain experience outside of the classroom:
The University of Findlay College of Business Dana Chair/Scholar Program provides business students the opportunity to connect higher education with the real world of business. Dana Scholars are chosen each semester by the College of Business faculty and are recognizes as outstanding students for their academic and leadership skills. Dana Scholars network with and learn from an area business professional who serves as the Dana Chair for the academic year.
Oiler Enterprises provides University of Findlay students with the opportunity to work in and run their own business and gain valuable life and business skills. Students of all majors participate in this program and many levels from developing the business to managing and serving as employees.
Society for Human Resource Management
The Society for Human Resource Management
, or SHRM, is the world's largest association dedicated to the human resource profession. SHRM has over 575 affiliated chapters within 140 countries globally. Students involved in SHRM at the University of Findlay engage in activities directly related to their future careers. Students gain experiential knowledge and networking with seasoned professionals by attending local SHRM chapter meetings.