Learn to manage employees and to find top talent with a minor in Human Resource Management from Lindenwood University's Robert W. Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship.
Students earning the HRM degree can become knowledgeable in key aspects of recruiting, hiring, talent management, performance management, HR metrics, compensation, employee benefits, employee training, learning development, employment law, labor relations, and executive practices leading employees. The HRM faculty provide real-life situational experiences acquired from HR leadership roles in service industries, government, non-profit organizations, and manufacturing.
It takes 27 credit hours to earn a minor in human resource management. You'll learn about topics including microeconomics, organizational behavior, employment law, statistics and employee training and development.