In today’s multifaceted organizations, human resource professionals must respond to the growing challenges of regulatory compliance, complex benefit plans, and training and motivating employees.
The Graduate Certificate in Human Resources Management seeks to foster a deep understanding of organizational development and effective change management, workforce planning and strategic recruitment, and training and performance management.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|HRM 6015||Introduction to Human Resources Management 1||3|
|HRM 6025||Workforce Analytics||3|
|HRM 6042||Strategic Workforce Planning||3|
This course is for students with less than two years of human resources experience. Students who do not complete this course take electives to satisfy required program credits.
|Complete seven quarters hours of the following:||7|
|Cultural Communications Lab|
|Creating a High-Performance Organization: Strategic Organizational and HRM Choices|
|Compensation and Benefits|
|Talent Acquisition and Onboarding|
|The Employment Contract|
|Digital Human Resources Platforms|
|Managing the Employee Life Cycle|
|Global Human Resources Management|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
16 total quarter hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required