What skills do students learn in this program?
The Human Resource Management associate degree program prepares students for entry into Human Resource positions in a variety of businesses and industries. The program introduces students to core business administration theories and techniques, ethics and employment law, as well as to the human relations aspects of employee recruitment, management training and more.
Graduates who are currently employed will benefit through enhancement of career potential. Graduates not yet employed in field will be prepared to pursue diverse opportunities in Human Resource Management.
What types of students thrive in the program and in this career field? Those who:
- enjoy working with people
- possess good communication skills
- employ strong analytical and problem-solving skills
What types of jobs are available to graduates of this program? Where can they work?
Businesses in all industries require competent Human Resource professionals. Human Resource Management graduates will be equipped to gain employment in the following areas:
- Human Resource Generalist
- Personnel Recruiter
- Staffing Specialist
- Compensation and Benefits Assistant
- Payroll Specialist
- Employee Training Specialist