Why Complete a Human Resource Management Certificate?
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Overall employment is projected to grow by 22 percent between 2008 and 2018, much faster than the average for all occupations. Legislation and court rulings revising standards in various areas—occupational safety and health, equal employment opportunity, wages, healthcare, retirement plans, and family leave, among others—will increase demand for human resources, training, and labor relations experts. Rising healthcare costs and a growing number of healthcare coverage options should continue to spur demand for specialists to develop creative compensation and benefits packages that companies can offer prospective employees. Read more...
HRIS Analysts support the overall company and HR strategies through an integrated approach to collecting, storing, analyzing and optimizing the flow of HR information throughout the organization. Software/systems that may be used include service bureaus, such as ADP and Paychex for payroll, and IT firms such as Oracle-PeopleSoft that offer software and systems for operating the company's payroll, employee information, human resources management, and recruitment systems. HRIS has much in common with IT jobs elsewhere in a company, requiring the ability to work with users in defining needs and with vendors in understanding the capabilities and weaknesses of their wares. Success in this area also requires technical knowledge about systems and software and an ability to plan and implement training. Read more...
Recruitment specialists maintain contacts within the community and may travel considerably, often to job fairs and college campuses, to search for promising job applicants. Recruiters screen, interview, and occasionally test applicants. They also may check references and extend job offers. These workers must be thoroughly familiar with their organization, the work that is done, and the human resources policies of their company in order to discuss wages, working conditions and advancement opportunities with prospective employees. They also must stay informed about equal employment opportunity (EEO) and affirmative action guidelines and laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act. Read more...
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|Core Curriculum Courses (Required)|
|MGMT 118||Human Resource Management
|MGMT 122||Applied Human Resource Management
|MGMT 201||Human Resource Internship
|Choose a minimum of 9 units from the following:|
|MGMT 010||Negotiation Skills||.5|
|MGMT 014||Interviewing Skills||.5|
|MGMT 016||Conflict Management||.5|
||Conducting Performance Appraisals||.5|
|MGMT 018||Effective Supervisory Communication||.5|
|MGMT 019||Dealing with Difficult People||.5|
|MGMT 020||Building Teams||.5|
|MGMT 025||Diversity in Workplace||.5|
|MGMT 026||Motivating at Work||.5|
|MGMT 027||Developing Effective Training Programs||.5|
|MGMT 028||Compensation Management||.5|
|MGMT 029||How to Hire||.5|
|MGMT 030||Human Resource Systems||.5|
|MGMT 103||Functions of Management||3|
|MGMT 136||Conducting Effective Meetings||.5|
|BUS 028A||Business Law I||3|
|BUS 028C||Human Resources and the Law||1|
|BUS 028D||Sexual Harassment in the Workplace||1|
||Business Writing for Human Resources||1|
|BUS 079||Human Relations Applied in Business||3|
|Total Program Certificate Requirements||16|