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Degree Requirements

Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Development

Overview

Please note this document is accurate for those who enrolled during the Fall 2010 semester. If you are unsure about which degree plan you are on, please check with your academic advisor.

For the official requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Development, see the University of Houston Catalog.

Human Resource Development Major Requirements

  • CUIN 3313 - Learning and Development Technologies
  • HDCS 3300 - Organizational Decisions in Technology
  • TECH 3365 - Applications of Discrete Methods in Technology
  • TELS 3345 - Human Resources in Technology
  • HRD 3310 - Introduction to Career Development and Planning
  • HRD 3340 - Introduction to Training and Development
  • HRD 3346 - Needs Assessment in Human Resource Development
  • HRD 3350 - Global Human Resource Development or INTB 3350 - International Business
  • HRD 3351 - Instructional Design for Human Resource Development
  • HDCS 4300 - Research Concepts in HDCS
  • HRD 4303 - Measuring Performance Outcomes
  • HRD 4344 - Designing E-Learning Applications
  • HRD 4352 - Facilitation Strategies
  • HRD 4396 - Internship in Human Resource Development

Professional Studies Area of Specialization

Approved course work (15 semester hours) or minor

  • See faculty advisor for approval of a 15 semester hour content block that addresses your career goals

College Requirements

Mathematics/Reasoning

12 semester hours which includes university core

  • MATH 1310 - College Algebra
  • TMTH 3360 - Applied Technical Statistics
  • Six semester hours of Math Reasoning/Formal Science selected from core approved list (3 hours must be from MATH)

Writing in the Discipline

3 semester hours which includes university core

  • HDCS 1300 - Human Ecosystems and Technological Change

Program Requirements

Computer Literacy

  • ITEC 1301 - Introduction to Computer Application Technology

Electives: 12 Semester hours (or minor)

  • Electives or minor must be from approved technical area for students pursuing Technology Entrepreneurship specializations.