B.S. in Human Resource Management

The Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management degree program, through a hands-on practicum experience, will provide you with an ethically sound understanding of how the recruitment, development and retention of employees contributes to and supports an organization’s mission, vision, strategic goals and objectives. You will study various compensation and benefits plans; and gain knowledge about strategic recruiting, the hiring process, employee orientation, leadership on-boarding, retention programs and the employee lifecycle. If you're considering human resource management courses, explore this option. 

  • Learn to create training and development plans that support employee development within the organization.
  • Create innovative and customer-driven personnel solutions to support organizational growth and achieve strategic objectives.
  • Acquire the knowledge needed to handle increased regulations and effectively respond to changing and complex employment laws.
  • Apply professional, ethical and responsible entrepreneurial behaviors to tangible management and human resources situations from a biblical worldview.

Career Opportunities:

  • Compensation & Benefits Manager
  • Employee Assistance Plan Manager
  • Employment & Recruitment Specialist
  • Human Resource Generalist
  • Human Resource Manager
  • Labor Relations Specialist

Delivery Format: Online

Total Credit Hours Required: 120

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Admission requirements for the human resource management degree program vary based on the stage you're at in life. Select a link below to learn how to apply.

College of Arts & Sciences Tuition Rates

Program Type



  • 12-18 credit hours per semester
  • Less than 12 credit hours

Sessions E and F, 2017

  • $7,950 (over 18 credits hours add $530/credit hour)
  • $530/credit hour

From Session A, 2017

  • $8,325 (over 18 credits hours add $555/credit hour)
  • $555/credit hour

Evening/Online (8-week classes)

$395/credit hour

Professional Development/Non-degree

$250/credit hour

Early College

$155/credit hour


Student Fees




Application Fee(On-Campus & Evening/Online Students)



One-time fee, non-refundable

Enrollment DepositOn-Campus Students

Enrollment DepositEvening/Online Students



Fee is deducted from tuition costs

Graduation Fee (On-Campus & Evening/Online Students)


One-time fee upon submission of graduation application

Technology Fee (On-Campus, Evening/Online, and Professional Development Students)


Supports information technology

Undergrad Support Fee (On-Campus, Evening/Online, and Professional Development Students)


Contributes to undergraduate academic and administrative operations

Undergraduate Student Activity Fee (On-Campus Students only)

$100/Term, Fall & Spring only

Contributes to undergraduate student activity operations

Health Center Fee (On-Campus Students only)

$45/Semester, Fall & Spring only

Contributes to health center for students living on campus

Parking Fee (On-Campus and Early College Students)


Applies to students desiring to park their vehicles on campus

New Student Programming Fee


One-time fee applied to all incoming students


Optional Fees


Late Payment


Incurred per session, in the event of late tuition payment

Late Registration


Incurred per session, in the event of late registration

Course Fees

$70-200 per course

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