Human Resources Management 

 

AREA V:  PRE-PROFESSIONAL MAJOR AND ELECTIVE COURSES  FOR A MAJOR IN HUMAN RESOURCESS MANAGEMENT

 

All All majors in Business are 123 semester hours.  The maximum (combined) number of hours that the student may transfer from the 2-year institution is 61 semester hours. 

  • Students are allowed to choose one of 2 core options. 
    • Option 1:  Complete 1 core Literature course and 2 core History courses. 

    Under Option 1, the following is recommended for completion of the STARS Guide:

    • 6 hours in Area I: ENGL 101 and 102
    • 12 hours in Area II: One core Literature; one core Fine Art (signified with an ‘A’ in area II); PHL 206 or IDS 102; and HUM 101, HUM 102 or PHL 106
    • 11 hours in Area III: Two sequential lab sciences and MTH 112
    • 12 hours in Area IV: One History course; ECO 231 and ECO 232; and one of the following: ANT 200, PSY 200, or SOC 200
    • Area V: BUS 263; BUS 272; CIS 146 or 147; BUS 241 and 242; MTH 120 or 125; the second sequential History course

    Allowances and restrictions on transfer hours for Option 1:

    • Students who complete Areas I-V as listed above will receive 2 hours of transfer credit for Microcomputer and 3 hours of transfer credit for MTH 125 in order to stay within the 61 hour transfer maximum
    • Students who complete MTH 120 or 125 in Area III should complete SPH 106 or SPH 107 in Area V.
    • Students who plan to major in Accounting should not complete BUS 242. These students should instead complete SPH 106 or SPH 107 in Area V.  Accounting majors who complete MTH 120 or 125 in Area III, and SPH 106 or SPH 107 in Area V may be eligible to transfer 1-hour of free elective credit. Students will not be allowed to exceed the 61 hour transfer maximum.
    • Option 2: Complete 2 core Literature courses and 1 core History course.

    Under Option 2, the following is recommended for completion of the STARS Guide:

    • 6 hours in Area I: ENGL 101 and 102
    • 12 hours in Area II: Two-Literature sequence; one core Fine Art (signified with an ‘A’ in area II); and PHL 206 or IDS 102
    • 11 hours in Area III: Two sequential lab sciences and MTH 112
    • 12 hours in Area IV: One History course; ECO 231 and ECO 232; and one of the following: ANT 200, PSY 200, or SOC 200
    • Area V: BUS 263; BUS 272; CIS 146 or 147; BUS 241 and 242; MTH 120 or 125; and a second social science (ANT 200, PSY 200, or SOC 200)

    Allowances and restrictions on transfer hours for Option 2:

    • Students who complete Areas I-V as listed above will receive 2 hours of transfer credit for Microcomputer and 3 hours of transfer credit for MTH 125 in order to stay within the 61 hour transfer maximum
    • Students who complete MTH 120 or 125 in Area III should complete SPH 106 or SPH 107 in Area V 
    • Students who plan to major in Accounting should not complete BUS 242. Accounting majors who complete MTH 112 in Area III and MTH 120 or 125 in Area V should also complete SPH 106 or SPH 107 in Area V.  Accounting majors who complete MTH 120 or 125 in Area III, and SPH 106 or 107 in Area V may be eligible to transfer 1-hour of free elective credit. Students will not be allowed to exceed the 61 hour transfer maximum.
  • Specific Business program requirements
    • Students planning to major in Aviation Management or Professional Flight Management should complete PHY 201 and PHY 202 in Area III
    • Students planning to major in Accounting should not complete BUS 242 in Area V.
  • Restrictions on transfer courses
    • Developmental, remedial, or technical courses will not transfer
    • Students should not take Principles of Marketing or Principles of Finance
    • A maximum of four semester hours of physical education may transfer
Please print this document and attach it to the Human Resources Management AGSC Transfer Guide. Together, this document and the AGSC Transfer Guide comprise the articulation agreement for a major in Human Resources Managemeny at Auburn.
 

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