Human Resource Management (Business Admin. Concentration)
If you’ve ever worked for an outside employer, you know that the job is not just the place you work — it’s the people who power the organization forward. Finding and keeping skilled professionals is more challenging than ever in this post-pandemic economy, which has been crippled by the Great Resignation, “quiet quitting” and other emerging trends that are challenging today’s workforce. Our concentration in human resource management will help to meet that need.
Finding the right person for every job, where required skills match the qualifications and personalities of job-seekers, is only one key dimension of human resource management.
Benefits and compensation; diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging; interpersonal conflicts; ethics; and more are all part of the human resource equation. Students in this concentration will learn about workforce training and development, effective recruitment and retention strategies, current ethical and regulatory issues in employment, effective techniques to evaluable performance, ways to craft lucrative compensation and benefit programs, labor-management relations, and more.
With this specialized skill set, you can work in government, industry, nonprofits, or consulting, maximizing the power of people to sell your product or service and advance your mission.
If your talent lies in finding top talent and keeping employees engaged, human resources is the match for you!
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Careers you can pursue
- Human Resources Manager
- Recruitment Specialist/Recruiter
- Training and Development Specialist
- Compensation and Benefits Analyst
- Employee Relations Specialist
- Labor Relations Specialist
- HR Consultant
- HR Information Systems (HRIS) Analyst
- Diversity and Inclusion Specialist
- Talent Management Specialist
You will succeed if you are...
- Communication Skills
- Conflict Resolution
- Ethical Judgment
- Organizational Skills
- Attention to Detail
- Cultural Competence
- Strategic Thinking
90.5% of our graduates were employed in their chosen field or continuing their education within one year of graduation.
* Based on graduates whom we have information during a one-year period from 2021-22. It should be noted that 97.1% of graduates were employed in some capcity or continuing their education.