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Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 MB 110: Human Resource Management Course Evaluations 2008-2009 Prof. Brad Harrington Boston College
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Human Resource Management Offered as part of the HRM major or minor Excellent elective for students in behavioral and social sciences, education Good class for students considering any career in organizations, especially ones involving leadership Course content includes: The role of HR in contemporary organizations Overview of the major HR functions and activities Understanding how to be your own HR manager
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Instructor Rating
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Instructor was prepared
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Instructor showed enthusiasm
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Instructor was sensitive to students
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Instructor treated students with respect
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 I enjoyed learning the subject matter
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 The course was well organized
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Helped me understand principles & concepts
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 I learned a great deal
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Student comments on the class (2009) Course really took into account the future of students and plans they may have. Not the normal course with a boring lecture and forgettable test, it made students think about what they want to do with their lives. Great mix of discussion, lecture, guest speakers, and other media. I never dreaded going to this class and the 2.5 hours flew by because he was so engaging. It stimulated intellectual thought about the matter, helped prepare students for real job experiences It was one of my favorite classes at BC. I used what I learned about in this class when choosing a job. Thank you for a great semester in your class. I never anticipated it would involve so much self discovery
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Student comments on the class (2009) Class activities were pertinent to those majoring in HR and those who were not. Human Resources is a practical class for students of any major because it provides basic knowledge of the field & involves so many different aspects of companies that are important for everyone to learn about. It was a great class and a great Professor I would definitely recommend this class to students, especially ones who don’t know what they want to do when they’re done with college. One of my favorite classes at BC. It was a fun class to be in with the professor. Self-assessment exercises truly opened my eyes and allowed me to discover a new approach to the future.
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Student comments on the class (2008) Excellent course. Professor had a perfect blend of academic and real world examples. I thought the course was great Fantastic course – made me feel great about picking up an HR concentration This course helped me learn a lot about myself. I thought it was great. Thanks! Did not feel the class was 2.5 hours long. I looked forward to going to class I liked the way Professor Harrington broke the class into groups to be able to share and work with each other. It was great!
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Student comments on professor (2009) Great teacher, made the class entertaining He is enthusiastic about teaching and keeps the students involved. Even though it was 2.5 hours, it was never boring and he kept the students attention the whole time. Instructor is very knowledgeable of the materials and very enthusiastic. He was always very approachable and available as well. Professor Harrington is not only a great professor, but such a good guy. He is down to earth and really wants to see his students do well. Professor Harrington has extensive business experience and is a tremendous teacher.
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Student comments on professor (2009) The teacher was excellent and really made the subject matter fun. Professor Harrington was able to make the information interesting and relatable. Never dreaded going to this class and 2.5 hours flew by because he was so engaging. Challenges students but is reasonable with workload. Constant interaction with students. He showed a passion for his work and the real life assignments proved very useful to me. Loved the professor. He is such an understanding, reasonable, personable, and funny person.
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Student comments on professor (2008) Prof. Harrington was extremely clear in his lectures and did a great job of encouraging class participation. Knows what he is talking about! Passionate and knowledgeable professor. Enthusiastic about teaching and learning. Has LOTS of experience that pertains to what he’s teaching, involves students in the classroom, know how to assess students effectively. Has experience in subject material as well as a deep interest in it. He was a wonderful professor. He always made time for his students regardless of his personal schedule. Great, funny, engaging. Wonderful real-life experience and stories that help to illuminate the class materials.
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Student comments on professor (2008) Professor Harrington has a really great personality and the remarkable ability to make a 2.5 hour lecture go by quickly. Professional experience he brought to this class is really untouchable– SO informative but very enjoyable Great teacher, very knowledgeable, down-to-earth, funny, and respectful. He is a very personable and knowledgeable person and I enjoyed this class immensely. He is extremely knowledgeable and very personable. He made his lectures interesting, interactive and very informative, He raised important issues that would be pertinent to any student in planning a future career. Role model of role models
Dr. Brad Harrington, ©2009 Would you recommend this class to others? Yes, great teacher, you can learn something very important. Yes, 100%. You get a lot out of it and the classroom environment with Professor Harrington is friendly, energetic, and informative. Yes, it was a great class and a great professor made his lectures interesting, interactive and very informative, He raised important issues that would be pertinent to any student in planning a future career. Yes, great for any major. HR has been one of my favorite classes in college. Yes,! I wasn’t sure about taking this class but so glad I did. Absolutely, I would always recommend this course because it allows you to plan your future in a very creative way.
Thank you for being such an awesome teacher!
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