This program provides both practical and theoretical knowledge in the area of human resource management for those presently employed and those who desire initial training in preparation for employment in the field.
Courses provide skill development in all facets of human resource operations and communications, with an emphasis in employment law, labor relations, strategic leadership management, staffing, training and development, compensation and current human resource issues. The student will also develop the basic computer skills needed by supervisors. A graduate of this program seeks employment as a Human Resource Office Administrator, Recruiter, Director of Organizational Training and Development, Performance Manager, Compensation Analyst and Human Resource Assistant.
The student/graduate will be able to:
- Apply employment laws to various business situations.
- Utilize critical thinking skills to interpret human performance management skills.
- Apply labor relations concepts and principles to a collective bargaining situation.
- Communicate effectively in a human resources environment.
Study employment law, employee compensation and labor relations; then apply what you’ve learned through a practicum as you prepare for a highly employable career.View the required courses and curriculum semester-by-semester for Human Resource Management, A.A.S.