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Be the difference in your profession.
Human resources isn’t just "HR" anymore. The career now demands specialists with more than skills in business, communications and management. Thankfully SJC Online provides you with exactly that.
With a curriculum offering vital courses in staff development and personnel management, the SJC Human Resources program builds on your foundation in human resource functions, including retention and recruiting, employee development, benefits and compensation, and labor relations. Learn to structure your newfound knowledge in a synergistic manner and build strengthened relationships between employees and organizations.
The new Bachelor of Science in Human Resources (HR) degree is a 120-credit program with course offerings that include Alternative Dispute Resolution, Employee Benefits Management, Organizational Development, Talent Management and compensation. The degree is designed to prepare students for a career in human resources management.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual salary for an HR manager is $102,780 and they project job growth for HR managers to increase by nine percent through 2024.
Human resource management is a growing field, and there has been a demand for human resource majors from the employers who offer our students internships and jobs. With already established graduate and certificate programs in the area and an existing Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Alignment Agreement, SJC has a strong foundation on which to build. The program has faculty expertise, established courses and a proven model for success.
Targeting career-oriented students with a desire to succeed, St. Joseph’s M.S. in Management advances careers to the highest levels of the business world.
Designed for working adults holding leadership positions in the public service, private and nonprofit sectors, the program offers concentrations in organizational management, health care management and human resources management, and promotes managerial effectiveness and the enhancement of workplace performance.
All of St. Joseph’s Graduate Management Studies programs emphasize the development of abilities associated with superior managerial performance and the application of theoretical and quantitative knowledge to everyday business situations.
Whether earning your bachelor’s degree or building your master’s, online learning is a valuable resources for you. Online education is flexible, accessible at any time and allows you the opportunity to learn at your own pace. Our online instructors provide a wealth of knowledge and tools for you to use.
The Human Resources Management Certificate program provides practitioners with advanced study of current human resources trends and practices. An emphasis is placed on understanding the role of human resources within an organization, and developing human resources plans consistent with an organization’s strategic objectives.
This certificate has as its purpose the successful management of human resources in support of organizational effectiveness. It is designed to provide specialized study of such personnel management activities as work analysis, staffing, training and development, employee appraisal, compensation enhancement of work environment, and personnel law and labor relations.
This certificate is designed to improve supervisory and managerial effectiveness. Through selected courses and a case-study orientation, students will learn to apply prominent theories and practices in employee management and development to commonly encountered problems and situations.
After graduation, human resources degree holders' job opportunities can include such careers as employee relations specialist, human resource manager, recruiter and trainer. Potential workplaces include corporations, consulting firms, school districts and government.