Managing Modern Business
In the Management and Human Resources program, students gain practical knowledge and experience in management and human resources as well as operations, marketing, finance and other business functions. They learn to help their organizations build and manage a productive, high-quality workforce to stay competitive. Topics include hiring and employee relations, labor regulations and policies, training and administration, project management and more.
Students who graduate with a degree in B.S. Management and Human Resources will complete 120 required credits toward the degree in addition to U-Idaho core requirements. Download the Management and Human Resouces sample major sequence for the requirements for this degree.
To be successful, you must be a leader, a good problem solver, decisive, organized and prepared to work under pressure. To prepare for the program in high school, take courses that expose you to all areas of business, as well as those that develop your written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.