Human Resource Management
People are the chief engine of prosperity in most businesses. They are the resource that contributes the most to strategic success. The focus of this Human Resources Management is to effectively use and develop the capacities of people in terms of both the skills and knowledge that are critical for organizational success. Providing an optimum environment conducive to high levels of human developmental capacities, motivation, and performance are all aspects of the human resources function of business.
OB/HRM Concentration Checklist
Download the checklist for MBA students that is appropriate for you based on your start semester. Please use this worksheet as a guide to satisfy your graduation requirements. Check off the courses as you complete them to keep track of your progress.
Questions regarding concentration requirements should be addressed with your MBA advisor or with the OB/HRM Faculty Concentration Advisor.
Checklist for students admitted for Fall 2014 or after:
Older checklists for students admitted prior to the semester listed above can locate their checklists here:
Careers in OB/HRM
For an overview of careers in human resources management, including average yearly salaries and sample occupations, please review the Careers in Human Resources handout. For information on careers in organizational behavior, please review the Careers in Organizational Management handout. For additional questions and career guidance, please consult Anderson Career Services.
OB/HRM Faculty Concentration Advisor
- Robert DelCampo
- Phone: (505) 277-0018
- Office: GSM 311
- More Information & Office Hours »
- Bio: Dr. Robert G. (Rob) DelCampo is the Executive Director of UNM's Innovation Academy at the University of New Mexico, holding the Rutledge Endowed Professorship in Management as well as serving as Bill Daniels Business Ethics Fellow. His teaching interests lie in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, while his research interest focus on the underrepresented members of the workforce (Hispanics in particular), generational issues at work, work-family conflict, turnover and psychological contracts. He currently serves on multiple editorial boards and as Editor-in-Chief of Administrative Sciences. He was recently named to New Mexico Business Weekly's "40 Under 40" top young professional list and one of Albuquerque The Magazine's "15 People Who Will Change Albuquerque". Rob has published or presented over 75 papers and is the author of 7 books. He has consulted for over 25 Fortune 500 companies including Ford, Home Depot, Dell and Intel. Rob earned a Ph.D. from the W. P. Carey School of Business.
Department Contact Information
The OB/HRM Concentration falls within the Department of Organizational Studies (DOS). For more information on this department, including contact information for the department chair, please visit the DOS Website.