Bachelors in Human Resource Management
In the Bachelors in Human Resource Management program, students learn to manage the development of employees in organizations, and to provide related services to individuals and groups. Students study personnel and organizational policy, human resource dynamics and flows, labor relations, gender roles, civil rights, and human resources laws and regulations. Students also learn about motivation and compensation systems, career management, employee testing and assessment, recruitment and selection, job training programs, and the management of human resources programs and operations. An internship may increase your chances of finding a job in this field.
- AC 207 - Financial Accounting
- AC 208/AC 208H - Managerial Accounting
- BA 215W/BA 215H - Business Communications
- BA 310/BA 310H - Ethical Issues in the Workplace
- BA 315/BA315H - Business Law I
- BA 316 - Business Law II
- CS 102 - Microcomputer Applications
- EC 203/EC203H - Microeconomics
- HR 303 - Compensation and Benefits
- HR 311 - Staffing and Labor Relations
- HR 401 - Performance Management
- HR 420 - Staff Development and Training
- HR 452 - Strategic Human Resources Management
- MA 200/MA 200H - Elementary Statistics
- MG 300/MG 300H - Principles of Management
- MK 300/MK 300H - Principles of Marketing
- PS 101/PS 101H - Introduction to Psychology
Must take 9 semester hours from
- BA 220 Enactus
- MG 318 Small Business Management
- MG 323 Organizational Behavior
- HR 103 Introduction to Human Resource Management
- HR 305 Organizational Development
- HR 324 Managing Diversity in the Workplace
- HR 490 Human Resource Internship
*After all General Education and Major course requirements have been met; students will need additional elective courses to meet the 123 hour minimum for graduation.
Day programs in Gaffney, online & evening classes in extended campus locations
Gaffney Main Campus
1115 College Drive
Gaffney, SC 29341
25 Woods Lake Rd
Greenville, SC 29607
Fontaine Business Center
400 Arbor Lake Drive, Suite 800
Columbia, SC 29223
1600 Richland Ave W.
Aiken, SC 29801
2724 West Palmetto Street
Florence, SC 29501
4500 Leeds Avenue
Charleston, SC 29405
Our business programs are offered in a variety of locations, each built for different students. Our traditional day students attend class on our main campus in Gaffney, South Carolina— a beautiful town with rich historic buildings and hundreds of campus involvement opportunities. More than half of day students live on campus and participate in athletics, fine arts, community service and other leadership associations.
Our online programs are accessible across the country – so even if you’re in Charlotte, North Carolina, you can still work towards your Limestone degree. Students also have the option to take a combination of classes at any of these campuses and online.
Financial Aid, Scholarships & Grants
Limestone works to make education affordable, putting together a financial aid package with need and merit-based financial aid options for every one of their admitted students. 95 percent of Limestone College students receive some type of financial assistance. Academic, athletic and arts scholarships, activity and need-based grants are all available for day students.
Limestone College offers close to a 50 percent tuition discount for Active Duty, Reserves and National Guard military service personnel and works to make programs flexible and affordable. Limestone College has been chosen as a Military-Friendly School and is a member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOCAD, SOCGuard, and SOCCoast). Chosen as a Top-25 Best College for Veterans (South) this year from US News and World Report, Limestone understands the demanding and transient nature of a career in the military. We appreciate your service, and are here to assist in any way possible. Learn more.
Corporate Partnerships for Online and Evening Students
Limestone College holds a number of partnerships with companies providing corporate grants to students. If a student’s company participates in the program, he or she is eligible to receive the grant each semester. With the corporate grant, students can still receive financial aid and any state or federal student loans. Here are a few of our partner corporations:
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