Human Resource Management is a survey of the principles, problems and practices of modern business in the management of the workforce, from recruitment through retirement. Emphasis is on the use of appropriate practices in firms of various types and sizes.
Career and Technical Education
Technology, Biotechnology, Environmental Studies, Fashion Merchandising, Fire Science, Hospitality and Culinary Arts, Manufacturing and Radio and Television Broadcasting.
An introduction to the scope, components, development, effects, and future of the hospitality industry.
Topics include background on industry structure and overviews of specialized areas relating to the
management of food service, lodging, travel, and event planning operations.
Administrative assistants must be able to handle many details and challenging situations at once.
They keep an office running while supporting the efforts of an executive, manager, business
owner or professional group. People who become very skilled in this field can advance to higher
positions, supporting high-ranking officials in government, higher education, nonprofits and
private corporations, and they can also move on to other jobs in their organization or industry.