Individual Major Details

Gender and Rare Issues in Human Resources Management

Description:

            This major provides an alternative to majoring in Sociology or Management, and is intended to combine the two to more fully explore gender and race issues in human resources management. The application of behavioral science to an organization's function and management will be the emphasis of this major. There will be a focus on the interactions of the individual and the organization with an objective of facilitating communications to improve operational and managerial effectiveness.

            Issues of privacy, sexuality, cultural diversity, and workplace discrimination and of great importance to this major. The roles, perspectives, and contributions of women in history will be analyzed as well as the dynamics of race relations. The student will become familiar with foundational management ideas, processes, and techniques.

Related Courses:

WS 120 – Introduction to Women's Studies

SOC 209 – Rare and Ethnic Relations

MGT 266 – Management and Organizational

MGT 270 – Organizational Behavioral

WS 210 – Special Topics in Women's Studies (Pop Culture: Images and Ideas)

SOC 217 –  Gender Inequality

SOC 302 – Research Methods

MGT 360 – Organization Ethics

MGT 365 – Human Resources Management

IDS 464 – Individualized Study-Research

Graduation year: 2004