Human Resources Management Graduate Certificate
The role of a human resource professional is continually changing. Whether seeking talented employees for an organization, serving as an employee advocate, or working with top leadership as a strategic partner—the demand for strong human resource professionals continues to grow. The University of Houston – Downtown worked directly with human resources leaders from top organizations who participated in the development and design of a dynamic graduate certificate program in human resources which deals with current trends in the profession.
Who should attend?
Why earn a Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management?
Competencies taught range from evaluating employment practices using applicable laws to strategically designing systems and generating a business case. You can finish in as fast as 10½ months and you can use the skills you learn today at your office tomorrow. And should you decide to continue onto your MBA, you can enter the MBA program through our soft start and not have to take the GMAT.
- Legal Environment of Human Resource Management
- Talent Acquisition: Attraction and Selection
- Talent Management: Engaging and Retaining Employees
- Compensation and Benefits
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Industry Specific Topics in Human Resources
Curriculum defined by today’s top executives
One or more documents on this site are in PDF format. In order to view and print these document(s), you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader software. It can be downloaded from the Adobe website.