Human Resources is the strategic approach to the employment, development, and wellbeing of the people working in an organization. A business degree in Human Resources from NAHCEU will build your skills in the areas of communication, critical thinking, decision-making, dispute resolution, leadership, and people management, equipping you with the fundamentals you need to succeed as a human resources manager. You will also learn to solve business problems and retain high performing employees by applying these theories in a professional setting.
Human Resources Degree Courses
Human resources management is a growing one, with an increasing need for human resources professionals to manage issues of ethics, diversity, inclusion, labor relations, compensation, benefits, and corporate social responsibility. The following courses will bridge your knowledge gap and give you a competitive edge in any industry of your choice-
- Business Law and Ethics for Managers
- Communication, Conflict, and Negotiation
- Compensation in Organizations
- Crisis Communication
- Employment Law
- Global Human Resources
- Global Supply Operations
- Global Marketing Management
- Human Resource Management
- Marketing and Business Performance
- Principles of International Business
- Social Contexts for Performance
- Survey of International Economics
- Training and Development in Organizations
Students have access to industry-leading human resources platform in certain classes through a collaboration with ADP.
Careers In Human Resources
There is a wide range of career options across different organizations that require a human resource professional’s expertise to manage their people and make the right employee-related decisions. Irrespective of the differing job titles and description from one industry to another, a degree in human resources will enable you to perform well as you build a career in any of the following-
Compensation and Benefits Managers
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Human Resources Managers
Human Resources Specialists
Labor Relations Specialists
Training and Development Managers
Training and Development Specialists
*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).
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