Human Resources Development/TrainingPrint
Topics of Study
In this program, you will learn to apply training, development, and career counseling skills to the design, management, and evaluation of programs that improve individual productivity and job satisfaction. This program includes instruction in psychology; adult education; skill testing and evaluation; occupational counseling; organizational development; and applications to issues such as training, and management development.
- A certificate or associate degree prepares individuals to work as a human resources developer/trainer in support positions.
- A bachelor's degree is usually required for entry-level human resources jobs in business, government, and industry.
- A graduate degree is generally required for upper management, research, and teaching positions.
- Career Technician
- Director (Industrial Relations)
- Employment Interviewer
- Human Resources Clerk
- Human Resources Manager
- Human Resources Recruiter
- Job Analyst
- Labor Relations Specialist
- Training/Education Manager