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  Sep 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management, BBA


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A bachelor degree in the field of organizational behavior and human resource management provides knowledge and skills to recruit, interview and hire new staff, as well as consult with top executives on strategic issues.

Program Advisor: Dr. Elizabeth Muniz

Elizabeth.Muniz@untdallas.edu

Requirements for the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in organizational behavior and human resource management includes the following:

  1. Hours Required and General/College Requirements:   A minimum of 120 semester hours, of which 42 must be advanced, and fulfillment of degree requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree.
  2. Business Core Requirements:   Completion of a minimum of 42 hours designated as business core requirements.
  3. Major Requirements:  The organizational behavior and human resource management major requires 36 hours of accounting and business courses
  4. Requirements:   All students entering the organizational behavior and human resource management program must have an overall cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.0, a UNT Dallas Grade Point Average of at least 2.0, and be in good academic standing.

Curriculum

Students will earn 42 hours in CORE curriculum courses.  The recommended courses are as follows:

Communication 1

ENGL 1313 - College Writing I

*Grade of C or better required

3

Communication 2

ENGL 1323 - College Writing II

*Grade of C or better required

3

Mathematics

MATH 1680 Elementary Probability and Statistics

3

Life & Physical Sciences 1

Choose from: BIOL 1132, CHEM 1360, or GEOG 1710

3

Life & Physical Sciences 2

Choose from: BIOL 1132, CHEM 1360, or GEOG 1710

3

Language, Philosophy, & Culture

Choose from: ENGL 2220 or LING 2050

3

Creative Arts

ART 1300 - Art Appreciation

3

American History 1

HIST 2610 - US History to 1865

3

American History 2

HIST 2620 - US History 1865 to Present

3

Government & Political Science 1

PSCI 1040 - American Government: Laws and Institutions

3

Government & Political Science 2

PSCI 1050 - American Government: Process and Policies

3

Social & Behavioral Science

ECON 1110 - Macroeconomics

*Double-dip w/ business core

3

Component Area 1

COMM 1010 - Intro to Communication

*Double-dip w/ business core

3

Component Area 2

Choose from: BUSI 1340, CJUS 2100, CJUS 2600, or SOCI 2070

3

 

Students will earn at least 42 hours of required business core courses as listed below:

ECON 1100 - Microeconomics

3

ECON 1110 - Macroeconomics (may be taken as CORE)

3

COMM 1010 - Introduction to Communication (may be taken as CORE)

3

Select ONE:

·        MATH 1680 - Elementary Probability and Statistics

·        MATH 1190 - Business Calculus

*Prerequisite: MATH 1100 or higher

 

3

BCIS 2610 - Intro to Computers in Business

*Prerequisite: MATH 1100 or higher

3

ACCT 2010 - Accounting Principles I

*Prerequisite: MATH 1100 or higher

3

ACCT 2020 - Accounting Principles II

*Prerequisite: ACCT 2010 with grade of C or higher

3

DSCI 2710 - Data Description and Analysis

3

BLAW 3430 - Legal & Ethical Environment of Business

*Prerequisites: PSCI 1040 and PSCI 1050

3

BCIS 3610 - Basic Information Systems

*Prerequisite: BCIS 2610

3

MKTG 3650 - Foundations of Marketing Practice

*Prerequisite: Junior Standing

3

DSCI 3710 - Business Statistics

*Prerequisite: DSCI 2710 with a grade of C or better

3

FINA 3770 - Finance

*Prerequisites: ACCT 2010 and ACCT 2020 with a grade of C or better

3

MGMT 3720 - Organizational Behavior

3

MGMT 3830 - Operations Management

*Prerequisite: DSCI 2710

3

BUSI 4940 - Business Policy **Graduating Seniors Only**

3

 

Students will earn the following 36 credit hours to complete the organizational behavior and human resource management major:

MGMT 3860 - Human Resource

3

MGMT 4180 - Workplace Health & Safety

3

MGMT 4300 - Recruitment, Selection, & Placement

3

MGMT 4470 - Leadership

3

MGMT 4840 - Compensation & Benefits Administration

3

MGMT 4890 - Legal Aspects of Employment Practices

3

MGMT 4790 - HR Capstone

3

MGMT 4660 - International Management Perspectives

3

MGMT 3330 - Communicating in Business

3

MGMT 3850 - Entrepreneurship

3

MGMT 3880 - Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

3

MGMT 4860 - Organizational Design and Change

3

 

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