The Certificate in Human Resource Management (CHRM) provides opportunities for students to develop an in-depth understanding about leadership roles and responsibilities in the human resource arena, strategic and policy development, organizational behavior, and contemporary organizational issues.
The Certificate in Human Resource Management is designed to assist human resource professionals develop the knowledge, methods, and skills necessary to meet the challenges in today’s changing workplace and workforce.The Certificate program provides students with practical skills in staffing and recruitment, training and development, legal and regulatory requirements, and compensation and benefits management.
To acquire the CHRM a student must complete five courses with a grade of “C” or higher; two Required Intro Courses, two Required Advanced Courses, and one Elective courses. At least one Intro Course must be taken prior to enrollment in an Advanced Course or Elective Course.
Required Intro Courses:
MGMT 300 – Interpersonal & Group Behavior
MGMT 305 – Human Resource Issues in Management
Required Advanced Courses:
MGMT 311 – Compensation & Benefits
MGMT 340 – Conflict & Negotiation
MGMT 342 – Labor Law and Negotiation
MGMT 328 – Training Methods
PSYC 309 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
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