Bring out the best in your people

What do successful organizations have in common? Motivated, productive, and satisfied employees are the backbone for making things work. The ever-changing workforce and work climate present complicated challenges that only a skilled human resources professional could help to solve. If you enjoy helping people achieve their potential, and want to be a leading executive within your company than a graduate certificate in human resource management is right for you.

Credits15
Cost Per Credit$740
Careers
  • Human Resource Specialist
  • Human Resource Manager
  • Human Services Assistant
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Program Overview

As a human resource manager, you’ll have opportunities to significantly impact the daily lives of the people you work with and the overall success of your organization. Through this program you’ll sharpen your skills in writing, public speaking, and interpersonal communication. You’ll also obtain applicable knowledge of business management skills that allow a diverse workforce to achieve large organizational goals. Other outcomes will include an ability to recognize, clarify, and apply important federal and state legislation, case law decisions, and executive orders that affect employment relationships. You’ll also learn to analyze a compensation plan that identifies and describes plan objectives, salary structure, and fringe benefits.

What to Expect

Develop a greater understanding of people and learn effective strategies to help them achieve their potential.