Human Resource Management Certificate


Organizations rely on human resources professionals as partners for building and maintaining a successful organization.  The Human Resource Management Certificate develops your knowledge and understanding of human resources functions including  general HR management, training and development, employment law, labor relations management and organizational behavior in the business environment.

Learn more at the Tuesday, October 14 Info Session or schedule your personal appointment.

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What you'll learn

  • Understand the relationship between human resources management and the overall management of the organization
  • Define the functions of human resource managers and the skills needed to be effective
  • Understand the role of training and development in retaining and advancing employees
  • Examine past and present employment laws in the United States and their impact on employers and employees
  • Understand the processes and the framework that influence the relationship between management and labor
  • Apply a managerial and interpersonal relations process approach to problem solving, communication and group dynamics

This is your opportunity to

  • Complete your program in as little as eight months
  • Learn from professional faculty with extensive backgrounds in the field
  • Prepare to enter a new industry or advance your career in Human Resources
  • Distinguish yourself with new skills and knowledge
  • Enjoy one-night-a-week classes and consistent schedule
  • Work with a Fast Track counselor who will help you throughout your program

Space is limited for the September 22, 2014 program start.

Human Resource Management Certificate Program Courses

Courses are subject to change.

Orientation Session Attend a mandatory orientation focused on your success in the program
MGT 111 3 credits Introduction to Business Organization
MGT 265 3 credits Human Resource Management
ACC 216 3 credits Employment Law
MGT 204 3 credits Training and Development
MGT 275 3 credits Labor Management Relations
MGT 280 3 credits Organizational Behavior
Total 18 credits Human Resource Management Certificate Awarded