In an increasingly competitive global marketplace, leaders know that people are an organization's most critical resource. Bottom-line business success depends on the quality of its employees and the effectiveness of employee relations. The Human Resources Management Certificate encompasses a solid management curriculum. Courses in Compensation, Benefits, Negotiation, Employment law, HR Analytics and more are taught by a mix of full-time faculty from the Lindner College of Business and experienced professions from organizations in the region.
The Human Resources Management certificate is interdisciplinary, the curriculum includes four core courses (8 semester credits) and two elective courses (4 semester credits), depending on program affiliation and prior background.
|Core (8 semester credit hours required):|
|BLAW 8018||Employment Law||2|
|ELECTIVES (4 semester hours required):|
|MGMT 7014||Leadership and Organizations||2|
|MGMT 7084||Managing Organizational Change||2|
|MGMT 7085||Leadership (Advanced Study)||2|
|MGMT 7086||Performance Management||2|
|MGMT 7087||High Performance Teams||2|
|MGMT 8094||Talent Acquisition and Staffing||2|
|MGMT 8076||Employee Traaining and Development||2|
The electives listed above represent the typical set from which most students will choose. Students may be able to choose other electives to match specific career goals, with the approval of the Program Director.
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