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Thread: Study.com Human Resources 101 vs. Strategic Human Resources Management

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    Default Study.com Human Resources 101 vs. Strategic Human Resources Management

    Hey folks!

    I need to take one of the above classes for my BSBA and I'm trying to figure out the difference between them. I looked at the Syllabus's of both, as well as the course breakdowns, and the Strategic seems to be more theory heavy, and the Intro seems to be more down to earth and practical.

    As a person considering becoming an entrepreneur in the future, which class do you guys think would be more appropriate for a small business? They seem to both "hit the mark" in general, but the Intro class is half the size of the Strategic and doesn't have a project LOL!

    I just want to make sure I don't miss anything practical if I choose the Intro class. Hope I was clear, it's super late here. Thanks for your thoughts!
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    If you are talking about this course - Human Resources 101: Intro to Human Resources Course - Online Video Lessons | Study.com - This isn't ACE Recommended so don't take that one.
    You can take : Business 106: Human Resource Management Course - Online Video Lessons | Study.com UL at TESU and no project. Comes in as MAN-331.
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    You can take : Business 306: Strategic Human Resources Management Course - Online Video Lessons | Study.com UL at TESU w/ project but comes in with a HRM-362 code. Not sure if that will effect your plan.
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    Yes, make sure you're taking an ACE-recommended course.

    First, I'm assuming that you're getting your degree through TESU? If so, then I personally would take the BUS 106: HRM course, since it's not project-based - all quizzes and the final. Easier and faster to complete. And since they're both UL courses (at TESU), it makes sense to do the one that's faster/easier.
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    Thanks for the heads up Synicaal!!! I thought the HR 101 looked different from the last time I was checking it out. Appreciate it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Synicaal View Post
    If you are talking about this course - Human Resources 101: Intro to Human Resources Course - Online Video Lessons | Study.com - This isn't ACE Recommended so don't take that one.
    You can take : Business 106: Human Resource Management Course - Online Video Lessons | Study.com UL at TESU and no project. Comes in as MAN-331.
    Or
    You can take : Business 306: Strategic Human Resources Management Course - Online Video Lessons | Study.com UL at TESU w/ project but comes in with a HRM-362 code. Not sure if that will effect your plan.
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    Yep, TESU BSBA Gen Management's the goal! Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by dfrecore View Post
    Yes, make sure you're taking an ACE-recommended course.

    First, I'm assuming that you're getting your degree through TESU? If so, then I personally would take the BUS 106: HRM course, since it's not project-based - all quizzes and the final. Easier and faster to complete. And since they're both UL courses (at TESU), it makes sense to do the one that's faster/easier.
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    Sophia: Project Management

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    GO with HRM 106 easy course, no project, final exam was easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synicaal View Post
    If you are talking about this course - Human Resources 101: Intro to Human Resources Course - Online Video Lessons | Study.com - This isn't ACE Recommended so don't take that one.
    You can take : Business 106: Human Resource Management Course - Online Video Lessons | Study.com UL at TESU and no project. Comes in as MAN-331.
    Or
    You can take : Business 306: Strategic Human Resources Management Course - Online Video Lessons | Study.com UL at TESU w/ project but comes in with a HRM-362 code. Not sure if that will effect your plan.
    Community College: College Success Skills | Gen. Psychology | Span. 1 | Eng. 101 | Accounting 1 | Accounting 2 | Comp. Skills

    Study.com Scholarship: Personal Finance | Principles of Marketing | Digital Marketing & Advertising | Human Resource Management

    The Institutes: Ethics

    Sophia: Project Management

    Straighterline:​ Survey of World History | Principles of Management | MacroEco. | MicroEco. | American Gov | US History 1 | US History 2 | Western Civ 1 | Western Civ 2 | Business Law | Intro to Religion | Cultural Anthropology | Intro to Environ. Science | Intro to Soc.

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