Human Resource Management
The Human Resources certificate program provides students with the framework for a career in the human resources field. The certificate program focuses on skill development in many key human resource functions that includes recruitment, compensation and benefits, HR planning and more. The Human Resources certificate isn’t just an ideal fit for students searching for career opportunities in the human resources field, the certificate also provides development for professionals looking to refresh their skills.
Within the Human Resources certificate, students are introduced to key skills utilized by human resources professionals. This includes introductory human resources along with in-depth courses studying compensation and benefits, leadership and employer-employee relations. Specifically, students will learn the ropes for working within large or small organizations, handling duties such as payroll, benefits and staffing. Among skills that students will learn are:
- Foundational knowledge needed to perform human resources roles for both large and small organizations
- An understanding of employment law and labor relations
- Ability to handle payroll, compensation and other benefit-related topics
- Develop the ability to work with the legal and ethical standards of the employer-employee relationship
Completed courses from the Human Resources certificate program can be transferred for course credit in a corresponding Bryant & Stratton College degree program
Human Resources Certificate Courses
Students will explore four human resource training courses that provide the key skills utilized by Human Resources professionals through various industries and professions. Introductory courses in Human Resources studies and Compensation and Benefits provide a foundation for career success while courses in Organizational Behavior and Leadership and Employment Law and Labor Relations establish more in-depth practices from the professional field.
- Introduction to Human Resources
- Introduction to Compensation & Benefits
- Organizational Behavior & Leadership
- Employment Law & Labor Relations
Upcoming Human Resource Management Programs
Introduction to Human Resources