Human Resource Management Certificate Program
This 12-hour certificate program prepares students who are interested in not only a human resource management career, but also students who are interested in leadership. The certificate offers a very strong overview of the HR as well as a deep understanding of recruiting, selection, training, performance management, compensation, conflict resolution, and change management. The curriculum follows the recommendations by the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and it helps students with SHRM’s national certification process.
Certificate Requirements — 12 Credits
Required Certificate Coursework - 12 credits
|BAMG 353||Human Resources Management||
|BAMG 461||Talent Management||
|BAMG 462||Training & Organization Development||
|BAMG 463||Compensation, Performance Management and Conflict Management||
For information on how to register for the certificate, contact the Monfort College of Business Advising Center. Kepner Hall 1095 or 970-351-1233.
Your Future in Human Resource Management
Human Resources professionals are in demand across various industries and organizations, and the Human Resources Management certificate program can lead to a diverse range of career options. Entry-level Human Resource Specialist roles are expected to grow by 6% by 2032 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. There are many potential job titles for human resource certificate graduates. Below are a few example careers. The titles and salaries listed below are not necessarily entry level, and students should take into consideration how years of experience, geographical location, and required advanced degrees or certifications may affect pay scales.
Compensation and Benefits Manager
* Data obtained from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA) and Bureau of Labor Statistics 2022 wage data.