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Competitive human resource professionals are necessary throughout all industries and fields. If you have a talent for working with people and resolving conflict with win-win solutions, these are some of the responsibilities you could take on in HR:
Building a collaborative and inclusive company culture.
Managing policy creation and implementation.
Maximizing employee performance.
Handling staffing, onboarding, and negotiation.
Gain the fundamental knowledge and leadership skills necessary to succeed in HR management. As a student in the B.S. in Human Resource Management program, you will learn how to apply leadership principles for effective employee administration and organizational development. Specific areas of study include:
This bachelor's degree contains a total of 120 credits broken down into the following categories:
CSU Global’s General Education Courses are more than a bachelor’s degree requirement. They are designed to help you develop and strengthen valuable skills demanded in the workplace.
Already taken some courses? Up to 90 total credits (and 64 from community colleges) can be transferred into a bachelor’s degree at CSU Global. Request a Transcript Evaluation Summary to see how close you already are to graduation!
* HRM495 is an optional course that will provide students with practical experience in human resource management. This course may not be available in all states; see the State Specific Authorization Policy under Admissions Policies.
When you earn your bachelor’s degree through CSU Global, you can choose to customize it with an undergraduate specialization in a subject that matches your professional goals or personal interests.
The remainder of your degree is comprised of courses of your choice that support your educational goals and needs. Including a specialization reduces the number of elective credits you'll need to complete your bachelor's degree.
Regional accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) means your degree comes from a top quality, trusted university.
The CSU Global B.S. in Business Management is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
In The Best Schools’ ranking of The 20 Best Online Bachelor in Human Resources Degree Programs, CSU Global earned the #2 spot.
Successful Student names CSU Global’s B.S. in Human Resources Management as the #5 Best Online Bachelor’s in Human Resources Degree Programs.
In Best Value Schools’ ranking, The Best Human Resources Degree Programs, CSU Global is ranked 17 out of 40.
“I needed a school that would allow me to finish my degree quickly and completely online. The convenience of online classes and 8-week courses is what led me to choose CSU Global.”
Human Resource Management Student
At CSU Global, you get more than just a diploma. Our career-driven curriculums are based on real-world concepts that help you excel in the workplace on day one. You’ll get training and experience from faculty who have worked in your chosen field. And because we know how hard it can be for modern learners to juggle education, work, and family responsibilities, we lock in your tuition rate so you can enjoy the same affordability for the duration of your enrollment.
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As a human resource management professional, you enhance organizational performance and create effective teams through motivation, organizational culture, and change management. In addition to acquiring these skills, the B.S. in HR Management will also provide the following learning outcomes:
Bachelor’s of HR Management alumni from CSU Global report high rates of working in the field after completing their program.
Bachelor’s of HR Management alumni from CSU Global report an estimated annual starting salary above $60k.
Top three titles as reported by Bachelor’s of HR Management alumni from CSU Global.
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