LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE

                               CURRICULAR GUIDE

Human Resource Management
Associate in Business Degree

Curriculum Code: 0712  (Effective Fall 2000 - Summer 2005)

Human resource managers serve as a link between management and employees. 
They help management make effective use of employees' skills, and help
employees find satisfaction in their jobs and working conditions.  Graduates
of this program are involved with recording and evaluating information, such
as job experience, education, skills, qualifications, and job performance;
providing information about policies, job duties, working conditions, wages,
opportunities for promotion, and employee benefits; maintaining job files on
employees; administering various employee benefits; collecting and analyzing
labor market data; and employee selection and training.  Not all courses in
this program transfer to all colleges.  Students planning to transfer should
see an academic advisor or counselor before enrolling in any course.

PREREQUISITES
Students should see the "Course Descriptions" section of this catalog or the
Course Schedule for course prerequisite information.  Basic skills assessment
and advising information may be found on page 8 of this catalog.

GENERAL EDUCATION
General education is an important part of this program and includes a
mathematics competency requirement.  To fulfill the mathematics competency
requirement, students may need to complete specific course work in
mathematics.  For information on how to fulfill all general education
requirements, see page 23.

INFORMATION
Contact the Business Careers Department, Old Central Building, room 210,
telephone number (517) 483-1522.

REQUIREMENTS                                                 TOTAL: 45 CREDITS
CODE        TITLE                                                 CREDIT HOURS
BUSN 118    Introduction to Business                                         3
CISB 200    Info Sys Tech/Problem Solving                                    3
LABR 204    Employment Law for Managers                                      3
MGMT 200    Creative Thinking for Business                                   3
MGMT 223    Supervision                                                      3
MGMT 224    Human Resource Management                                        3
MGMT 225    Principles of Management                                         3
MGMT 227    Training/Development for Busn                                    3
MGMT 228    Organizational Behavior                                          3
MGMT 229    Compensation Management                                          3
MGMT 231    Team Development                                                 3
MGMT 234    Diversity in the Workplace                                       3
MGMT 237    Managing/Continual Improvement                                   3
SPCH 110    Oral Communic in the Workplace                                   3
WRIT 127    Business Writing                                                 3

LIMITED CHOICE REQUIREMENTS                               TOTAL: 15-19 CREDITS
Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below.

CHOICE 1:   General Education Core Areas                             0 Credits
(See the "GENERAL EDUCATION" section above)
            Writing Core Area (See Note 1)                                   0
            Speech Communication Core Area (See Note 1)                      0
            Science/Technology Core Area (See Note 1)                        0
            Global Perspectives and Diversity Core Area (See Note 1)         0
            Mathematics Competency (See page 23 for information on
            how to fulfill this requirement. Course work may be needed.)

CHOICE 2:   Specialty Related (See Note 2)                        9-11 Credits
BUSN 229    Public Relations                                                 2
LABR 200    Intro to Labor Relations                                         3
LABR 201    Labor Negotiation/Contract Adm                                   3
LABR 203    Labor Law                                                        3
LEGL 215    Busn Law I, Basic Principles                                     3
MGMT 150    Managing Customer Relations                                      3
MGMT 239    Time and Stress Management                                       3
MGMT 280    Management Internship                                            3
MGMT 235    Independent Study/Management                                   1-3
MGMT 300    Managerial Leadership                                            3
MGMT 304    Organizational Development                                       3
MGMT 329    Adv Mgmt Communication Skills                                    3
MGMT 337    Human Resource Mgmt Skills                                       3
MKTG 100    Current Issues in Business                                       3
MKTG 119    Mktg/Manage Your Profess Image                                   3

CHOICE 3:   Computer Related (See Note 3)                          3-4 Credits

CHOICE 4:   Quantitative Related                                   3-4 Credits
ACCG 101    Accounting Info for Management                                   3
ACCG 210    Principles of Accounting I                                       4
MATH 117    Math for Business                                                4
MGMT 335    Managerial Statistics                                            3
MGMT 346    Managerial Finance                                               3

            MINIMUM TOTAL                                                   60

NOTES:
1.    Students completing "REQUIREMENTS" have fulfilled the requirements for
      this Core area.
2.    Students may also choose a maximum of 2 credits total from the T.I.M.E.
      Series (course codes MGMT 240 through MGMT 279).
3.    Choose CABS-prefix courses of 110 or above and/or CISB-prefix courses
      above 100.
4.    Students should confer with a Business Careers program advisor to assure
      that selection of Limited Choice courses will best fit their career
      plans.

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE
Students should see course descriptions to find out when departments plan to
offer courses.  Students who for any reason are unable to follow the course
sequence suggested below (for example, those who are part-time, have
transferred in courses from another school, or have prerequisites to fulfill)
should contact an academic advisor or counselor for help with adjustments.

I                 II                III               IV
BUSN 118          MGMT 224          LABR 204          MGMT 227
CISB 200          MGMT 228          MGMT 200          MGMT 229
MGMT 223          SPCH 110          MGMT 225          MGMT 237
MGMT 234          WRIT 127          MGMT 231          Lim.Ch.
Lim.Ch.           Lim.Ch.           Lim.Ch.           Lim.Ch
                  Lim.Ch.