Provides students with the methods and logic necessary to perform elementary statistical analysis. Topics may include descriptive measures, probability, sampling, theory of random variables, binomial and normal distributions, estimation and hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, regression and correlation, and nonparametric methods. This is a level 2 course. Prerequisite: Placement at level 2 or higher or successful completion of MTH 0320.
Creating and enhancing spreadsheets, including graphing, database functions and macros using current spreadsheet software. Emphasis is placed on problem solving techniques and managing data. Cross-Listed as CJM 2308. (Accelerated Degree Program only)
A study of communication patterns in organizations and practice in communication skills necessary for functioning in complex organizations.
Leadership, management, and the leadership/management partnership. Also emphasis on managerial roles, interpersonal skills, and understanding oneself and others, teamwork, negotiation, ethics, essential skills, and managerial aids. This course has a writing component.
The course is designed to prepare managers in various fields to make informed financial decisions. It includes an overview of financial statements, job costing, cash management, budget preparation and ratio analysis.
The course includes the strategic, tactical, and operational issues that arise in management of production and service operations; product and process design, facilities planning, quality management, materials management, operations planning and scheduling, and emerging technologies in production and service management.
Presents the legal environment, particularly as it pertains to the HR profession from the perspective of the professional non-lawyer.
Studies needs analysis, training program design, communicating objectives and goals, interrelating with media, teaching, facilitating education, acting as a change agent, administering and evaluating programs.
Looks at compensation models that provide an integrating framework for the HR professional. Major compensation issues are discussed in the context of current theory, research, and practice.
Studies internal labor markets, compensation, and unions looking at labor markets/supply/demand, education and job training, real wage rates, productivity and inequality, discrimination, equal employment opportunity, unemployment, and the world economy's effect on workplace and workers.
Challenges the student to develop a working knowledge of staffing system models, economic conditions, labor markets, and labor unions' influence on staffing.
Highlights those functions of human resource management identified by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) such as employment, training, benefits, etc.
An introduction to the theories and uses of conflict resolution. This course will introduce the relevance of conflict resolution in the field of Human Resources.
Basic HR principles and guidelines apply when working with all people, but the quickly-growing global workplace brings more complex and ever evolving challenges. Coursework and discussions will focus on these differences as they apply to companies with employees in multiple global locations as well as to companies whose employees come from international backgrounds. Prerequisite: HRM 3345.
Designed as a capstone course for students pursuing the Human Resource Management Degree at Concordia University Texas. The course is intended to require participants to integrate knowledge gained from the HRM courses required in the degree major. Students will review and apply strategic HRM concepts and issues related to the HR profession (staffing, training, development, compensation, benefits, law, organizational design, high performing teams, diversity, etc.). Prerequisite: Student must have completed CIS 2304, HRM 3345, BUS 3310, HRM 3350, HRM 3315, HRM 3320, HRM 3325, HRM 3330, HRM 3305, BUS 3314.