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Certificate: H.R. Management (Online)

The backbone of any business is its employees. Without fulfilled workers, businesses fail. Companies need great managers who understand people, their behaviors, and motivations to drive employee engagement. Develop human relations knowledge and skills vital to the success of any manager with a certificate in human resource management from Post University. As a graduate of this program, you could secure entry or advanced-level employment as a human resource associate, human resource manager, benefits coordinator, payroll administrator, or training and development manager.

Program Highlights

In our HR management program, you will explore the standards of performance that are expected of managers and employees, with special attention paid to the importance of supportive relationships between employees and their organizations. Topics covered will include communication dynamics, human resource systems, and labor and employment law. You will also build your leadership skills during your core coursework, and then choose any three of the following electives based on your interests:

  • General Occupational Safety and Health
  • Managing Culture and International Human Resources
  • Managing a Diverse Workforce
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Training and Development

Upon completion of your HR management courses, you will be able to incorporate essential principles of management in public and private, profit and nonprofit organizations of all sizes.

Because you will learn from professors with practical experience, you will be more prepared for the real world when you graduate. At Post University, we take a personal interest in your success. That’s why we only hire experienced professionals in their fields and provide you with one-on-one support every step of your educational journey, whether you earn your HR certificate online or at our Waterbury, Connecticut, campus. Flexible day, evening and weekend options are available to fit your schedule.

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