Over the last decade, the human resource function has moved beyond personnel management and development to become a strategic cornerstone in many organizations, increasing the need for professionals with specialized human resources skills, as well as a sound foundation of general business skills. This Human Resource Management bachelor's specialization offers a strong background in human resource functions, including compensation and benefits management, recruiting and retention, employee development, and labor relations. It also provides an overview of key business areas to increase your ability to effectively partner with other functions and contribute to your company‘s success. People who choose this specialization are often pursuing entry-level or senior specialist positions in recruitment, compensation, benefits, labor relations, and other human resources fields.
An enrollment counselor can help you determine whether previous course work may transfer into our degree programs. Non-classroom learning may also be eligible for credit through our Prior Learning Assessment Process.