Human Resource Management
Human Resources has evolved to become a critical component to business growth. If you are looking for the necessary skills and education to thrive in this important business function, then this new concentration is the one for you. This concentration appeals to those who want to be a key part in a company's talent recruitment, development and retention efforts.
With this all-new Human Resource Management concentration, Peirce students learn the critical thinking, problem solving and strategic development skills required of the 21st century HR professional. Often, HR professionals are challenged to be business advisers, inspirational leaders and consultants to internal clients. They have to understand the culture and the business goals of the company and find the best way to maximize the talent pool available.
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, Concentration in Human Resource Management
Achieving a bachelor's degree in this concentration, coupled with work experience, can assist you in pursuing the professional HR certification from the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM). If you are presently in an HR position and wish to develop your skills and work your way up the career ladder, consider the new Human Resources Management concentration.
- Associate in Science Degree in Business Administration, Concentration in Human Resource Management
If you work presently in a small business and would like to expand your role, you may find the If you are an HR assistant, clerk or coordinator and desire a role with more responsibility in your company's Human Resources department, you may find the Associate degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management to be a useful stepping stone. With practical courses covering the basics of Human Resources, like recruitment, personnel planning and benefits, you will be able to apply the knowledge you gain in Peirce classes on the job immediately.
Most Associate degree holders at Peirce move on to a bachelor's degree, and this concentration will be no exception. You will find yourself challenged and committed to gaining more knowledge in your chosen field
Degree Planning Sheet
The Degree Planning Sheet identifies required courses, including a brief description of each class.
Please use the degree planning sheet for your assigned year of enrollment.