2009-2010 Graduate Catalog 
    Mar 24, 2018  
2009-2010 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


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Donde Plowman, Head
John Hoffman, Assistant Head

Duchon, D. (Stokely Professor of Human Resources), PhD - Houston
Ladd, R.T. (Associate Dean and William B.Stokely Professor of Business), PhD - Georgia
Miller, A. (Associate Dean and William B. Stokely Chair of Management), PhD - Washington
Plowman, D.L. (Department Head and Flaskerud Professor of Strategic Management), PhD - Texas
Rentsch, J.R. (Stokely Faculty Scholar), PhD - Maryland
Rush, M.C., PhD - Akron
Stahl, M.J. (William B. Stokely DistinguishedProfessor of Management), PhD - Rensselaer Polytechnic
Woehr, D.J., PhD - Georgia Tech
Associate Professors
Elenkov, D.S., PhD - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Morris, M.L., PhD, CFLE - Tennessee
Smith, A.D., PhD - North Carolina
Assistant Professors
Crook, T.R., PhD - Florida State
Pierce, R.H., PhD - Ohio State
Anderson, J.C., MIM - Thunderbird
Barksdale, C.D., PhD - Tennessee
Graves, T.H., MS - East Tennessee State
Hoffman, J.G., MBA - Notre Dame
Lyle, L.G., PhD - Tennessee
Mackey, D.L., PhD - Tennessee
Mills, J.P., MBA - Tennessee
Neubert, R.L., PhD - Tennessee
Richardson, C.P., MS - Purdue
Seat, J.E., PhD, PE - Tennessee
Swift, G.D., MBA - Georgia State
Wood, K.C., MBA - Wharton
Business Administration PhD
    Human resource development concentration  
  Organizations and strategy concentration  
Human Resource Management MS

The human resource management program integrates occupational education, training, career development, and organizational development. The curriculum goal of the program centers around producing organizational effectiveness through a guiding framework that focuses on developing human resource skills and understanding of organizational culture, systems and structures, and decision making; individual, group, organizational learning; high performance teaming; organizational change, communication processes; and analysis, action, measurement of economic outcomes. Human resource development required (core) courses and human resource development electives are offered in diverse formats enabling working professionals to obtain the master’s or doctoral degree.

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