HRM allows instruction to be delivered at a level that is tailored to the needs of the student. Information is provided only when it is requested, or when the student demonstrates, through their actions, that a concept isn't adequately understood. For this reason, someone with an MBA and someone with a Liberal Arts degree can both use HRM to gain new skills. The MBA's path through the four years would be predictably quicker, when compared to the Liberal Arts major, but only because the MBA will probably demonstrate their understanding of HR concepts. Because their actions reflect their understanding, HRM won't bog them down with lessons about information they already know. The delivery of information is exclusively tailored to fit the needs of each user as an individual.
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