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MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION  39 CREDITS  HRM CON MBA
Recent developments such as demographic changes in the labor force, increased global competition, changes in laws and public policy, and new theories of organizational behavior have made human resource management especially important for all organizations. Workplace needs will be challenging in the twenty-first century, and the human resources manager will need to be informed and able to adapt to the changes. In addition, leaders in this area need to think systematically and strategically about managing the firm's human capital.

The Human Resources Management Concentration is designed for individuals who are currently employed in human resources or who are considering seeking employment in this area. This concentration provides the information and tools necessary for the development of successful human resource management strategies in a complex global environment.

Students who want to take the PHR or SPHR certification exams developed and conducted by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HSCI) in collaboration with the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) should enroll in HRMG699 as part of DU's MBA Human Resource Management Concentration.

In addition, students who want to sit for the Certified Professional Manager (CM) exam from the Institute of Certified Professional Managers (ICPM) should complete MGMT699 as one of their course options in this concentration.

Davenport’s Master of Business Administration with concentrations requires a minimum of 39 credit hours leading to an MBA. The student should complete the core requirements prior to proceeding to concentration courses.

Foundations of Business Requirements
All students admitted into the Davenport University MBA are expected to have the necessary business foundations prior to entering the 600-level courses. Students without an earned grade of C or better within the last eight years in undergraduate course work in the areas of accounting, finance, management, marketing and statistics will be required to take these foundational courses (500-level). Students who score below 4.0 on the analytical writing section of the GMAT will be required to take MGMT535 Managerial Communications.

ACCT510 Fundamentals of Accounting Principles and Concepts
BUSN520 Management and Marketing
FINC510 Foundations of Financial Management
MGMT535 Managerial Communications
STAT500 Statistics for Business

Core Courses 18 cr.
ACCT640 Managerial Accounting 3 cr.
BUSN650 Business Analysis 3 cr.
ECON625 Managerial Economics 3 cr.
FINC620 Financial Management 3 cr.
MGMT645 Organizational Development and Culture 3 cr.
MKTG610 Marketing Strategies 3 cr.
Concentration Courses - Select six of the following courses: 18 cr.
HRMG699 Certified Professional Human Resources Preparation 3 cr.
HRMG700 Managing Human Resources 3 cr.
HRMG715 International Human Resources 3 cr.
HRMG720 Employment Law and Labor Relations 3 cr.
HRMG725 Finance of Compensation and Benefits 3 cr.
HRMG730 Public Policy and Administrative Law 3 cr.
HRMG750 Organizational Development and Training 3 cr.
HRMG770 Advanced Problem Solving in Human Resources Management 3 cr.
MGMT699 Certified Manager Preparation 3 cr.
MGMT755 or MGMT780 Strategic Management and Planning or Global Business Strategies 3 cr.
Capstone - Choose one of the following: 3 cr.
CAPS781 Business Study Abroad 3 cr.
CAPS790 MBA Capstone Internship 3 cr.
CAPS799 MBA Capstone Experience 3 cr.