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1 MS Human Resource Management ( ) Program Information Point of Contact Ivan Muslin Support for University and College Missions Marshall University is a multi campus public university providing innovative undergraduate and graduate education that contributes to the development of society and the individual. The University actively facilitates learning through the preservation, discovery, synthesis, and dissemination of knowledge. University Mission Programs must state their Program Mission and specify how this mission supports both the University's Mission as well as any Mission that the College the Program is housed under happens to have. College Mission The Mission of the College of Business is to help students succeed in becoming business leaders. The College distinguishes itself by providing a current and comprehensive business education to students from West Virginia and beyond with an emphasis on continuously improving student services and experiences. Program Mission Our economy, both regional and global, is increasingly built upon knowledge and service. Recruiting, selecting and training high performance employees that mirror the diversity of the populace underlies organizational success. Human resource professionals must be equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to simultaneously address 1) human capital concerns, 2) governmental interventions into the workplace, and 3) organizational strategy and decision making to ensure viability and sustainability in the modern workplace. The mission of the Masters of Science in Human Resource Management (MS HRM) is to produce and prepare human resource professionals who can thrive in the organizational environment of today and shape the HR practices of tomorrow. The MS HRM at Marshall University endeavors to be the foremost program in educating and developing individuals for a career in human resource management in West Virginia and Appalachia. The program emphasizes the analytical and leadership skills, as well as functional content knowledge needed, to be effective human resource manager. The MS HRM will better allow our graduates to become organizational policy makers who increase the effectiveness of their organizations. Support for College Mission To facilitate student development of the professional skills needed for a successful career in the HRM function including critical areas such as staffing, training and development, compensation and benefits, labor relations, employment law and organizational effectiveness.

2 Support for University Mission To facilitate student development of the professional skills needed for a successful career in the HRM function including critical areas such as staffing, training and development, compensation and benefits, labor relations, employment law and organizational effectiveness.

3 Learning Outcomes The student will be able to research, organize, and deliver and effective oral presentation in a professional manner. Assessment Point 1 Embedded Assessment Expected Benchmark Level HRM 670/MGT Presentation of an individual or group research project Capstone Assessment Point 2 Embedded Assessment Expected Benchmark Level MGT 696/699 Presentation of an individual or group case analysis project Capstone The student will be able to communicate effectively, in writing, to peers and supervisors in an organizational environment. Assessment Point 1 Embedded Assessment Expected Benchmark Level HRM 620 Research article translation Capstone Assessment Point 2 Embedded Assessment Expected Benchmark Level MGT 672 Executive summary of a group research project Capstone

4 Application of research: Students will be able to find, consume, and apply HRM/Management appropriate data and literature (business press and scholarly) in addressing current or future HRM issues. Assessment Point 1 Embedded Assessment Expected Benchmark Level MGT 672 Research Translation Capstone Assessment Point 2 Embedded Assessment Expected Benchmark Level MGT 670 Research Translation Capstone Discipline Specific Knowledge: The student will demonstrate the knowledge required to obtain a position in HRM including: job analysis, human resource planning, recruitment, selection, training and development, compensation and benefits, industrial relations, and employment law. Students will have the knowledge and understanding necessary to pass the initial PHR certification exam (HR Certification Institute). Assessment Point 1 Embedded Assessment Expected Benchmark Level MGT 672 Case Project Capstone Assessment Point 2 Embedded Assessment Expected Benchmark Level MGT 696 PHR practice exam Capstone

5 Rubrics The student will be able to research, organize, and deliver and effective oral presentation in a professional manner. Trait Introductory Milestone Capstone Advanced Clear Topic Coverage The speaker presents a topic and a focus that are inappropriate for the purpose, time constraints, or intended The speaker presents a topic or a focus that is inappropriate for the purpose, time constraints, or intended The speaker presents a topic and a focus that are appropriate for the purpose, time constraints, and audience The speaker presents a topic and a focus that are exceptionally appropriate for the purpose, time constraints, and Organization The speaker fails to use an introduction or conclusion and fails to provide a reasonably clear and logical progression within and between ideas. The structure of the presentation interferes at times with the clarity and logic of the ideas being presented. By paying close attention, the listener can follow the presentation. The speaker uses an appropriate introduction and conclusion and provides a reasonably clear and logical progression within and between ideas. The speaker uses an exceptional introduction and conclusion and provides an exceptionally clear and logical progression within and between ideas Audience Appropriateness The speaker uses unclear or inappropriate language that would result in substantial miscommunication with the intended The speaker uses some inappropriate language that would distract the intended The speaker uses language that is reasonably clear and appropriate for the intended The speaker uses language that is exceptionally clear and appropriate for the intended Voice Quality Presenter mumbles or speaks too quietly for all audience members to hear. Delivery is forced with little or no vocal variety. Delivery contains some instances where speaker could not be heard or understood. Voice quality is erratic. Delivery is mostly clear and natural. Speaker can be heard and understood. With few exceptions, voice quality is used to emphasize points Delivery is clear, natural, conversational, and enhanced by good vocal variety. Vocal quality is used effectively to emphasize points and reinforce structure. Grammar/Word Choice Listeners are distracted by grammatical errors and inappropriate word choice. Sentences do not flow well. Grammatical errors, incomplete sentences, run on sentences, and poor word choice occasionally distract the listener. Some grammatical errors; some incomplete sentences or run on sentences; some poor word choice. Insignificant grammatical errors and appropriate word choice. Sentences flow together well. Eye Contact/Body Language Distracting body language and lack of eye contact prevent effective communications with Body language and lack of eye contact reflect reluctance to interact with Body language and eye contact reflect some discomfort interacting with Body language and eye contact indicate that the speaker is at ease interacting with Communication aids distract Communication aids have Communication aids contribute Communication aids enhance Communication Aids or are used inappropriately, are difficult to read, and contain numerous errors that interfere with effectiveness of overall but have errors, are difficult to read, or include too presentation. Aids appear professional and important unimportant information. presentation. much or too little information. information is included. Personal Appearance Inappropriate for audience and/or topic. Questionable for audience and/or topic. Appropriate for audience and/or topic. Highly professional appearance. Time Management Finished too early or rushed to get done. Significantly above or below the time allotted. Within +/ 6 minutes of the allotted time. Within +/ 3 minutes of the allotted time. Within +/ 1 minute of the allotted time.

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7 The student will be able to communicate effectively, in writing, to peers and supervisors in an organizational environment. Trait Introductory Milestone Capstone Advanced Organization Writing lacks logical organization. Reader cannot identify a line of reasoning. Writing is not always arranged logically. Ideas sometimes fail to make sense together and are not always linked. By thinking hard, reader can figure out the line of reasoning. Ideas are arranged to support the writer s purpose, but order can at times be questioned. Ideas are usually clearly linked to each other. Reader can generally follow line of reasoning. Ideas are arranged logically to support the purpose. Ideas flow smoothly from one to another and are clearly linked to each other. Reader can follow the line of reasoning Purpose Purpose is generally unclear, nor is it easy to find an implied purpose. The writer s purpose is clear, but digressions distract the reader and detract from the meaning. Writing has a clear purpose, but may occasionally digress. Writer s purpose is readily apparent to the selected audience and is clear. Tone Tone is not appropriate to audience and purpose Tone is not consistently appropriate to audience or purpose. Tone is generally consistent, but may have a few lapses in fit or appropriateness to audience or purpose. Tone is consistently professional and appropriate for the selected audience and the purpose. Grammar and Mechanics (sentence structure, punctuation, spelling) Confusing sentences. Numerous errors distract reader Sentences are for the most part functional. Errors, at times, make it hard to follow the meaning Sentences are functional. Errors are present but do not distract from the meaning. Sentences are wellconstructed. They vary in length and structure, and flow well. Writing is almost errorfree, and reads well Use of Research Evidence is not cited to support claims. Occasional evidence is provided, writer relies too heavily on the unsubstantiated statement. The reader is confused about the source of ideas. Evidence to support claims is generally present. Attribution is is often clearly given with only occasional inconsistencies in the format of citations. Compelling evidence is given to support claims, Attribution is clear and fairly presented. Consistently correct and appropriate format of citations.

8 Application of research: Students will be able to find, consume, and apply HRM/Management appropriate data and literature (business press and scholarly) in addressing current or future HRM issues. Trait Introductory Milestone Capstone Advanced Comprehension Cannot determine what the researchers did minimally understand what the researchers were doing Solid understanding of what researchers were doing Doctoral level understanding Methodology Cannot determine what the researchers did minimally understand how the researchers studied the constructs in question Solid understanding of how the researchers studied the constructs in question Doctoral level understanding Results Cannot understand the results minimally understands the results solid understanding of the results doctoral level understanding Implications for practitioners/ Cannot link the results to Minimally link the results to Solid link the results to Doctoral level application of implications for the discipline practitioners or the discipline practitioners or the discipline practitioners or the discipline the results

9 Discipline Specific Knowledge: The student will demonstrate the knowledge required to obtain a position in HRM including: job analysis, human resource planning, recruitment, selection, training and development, compensation and benefits, industrial relations, and employment law. Students will have the knowledge and understanding necessary to pass the initial PHR certification exam (HR Certification Institute). Trait Introductory Milestone Capstone Advanced Strategic HRM <30% 31 60% 61 75% >76% Workforce Planning <30% 31 60% 61 75% >76% Human Resource Development <30% 31 60% 61 75% >76% Total Rewards <30% 31 60% 61 75% >76% Employee and Labor Relations < % 61 75% >76% Risk Management < % 61 75% >76% Research Methods and Analysis <30% 31 60% 61 75% >76%

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