Human Resources ManagementPrint
Topics of Study
In this program, you will learn to manage the development of employees in organizations, and to provide related services to individuals and groups. You will study personnel and organization policy, human resource dynamics and flows, labor relations, gender roles, civil rights, and human resources laws and regulations. You will also learn about motivation and compensation systems, career management, employee testing and assessment, recruitment and selection, job training programs, and management of human resources programs and operations.
- A certificate or associate degree prepares individuals to work as a human resources assistant or in other support positions.
- A bachelor's degree is usually required for entry-level human relations jobs in business, government, and industry, such as human resources manager, management consultant, hospital administrator, office manager, small business owner, mediator, or organizational developer.
- A graduate degree is generally required for upper management, research, and teaching positions.
- Compensation Manager
- Director (Industrial Relations)
- Employee Benefits Manager
- Employment Interviewer
- Human Resources Clerk
- Human Resources Manager
- Human Resources Recruiter
- Job Analyst
- Labor Relations Specialist
- Management Consultant
- Training/Education Manager
- Volunteer Coordinator