Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management
The Certificate in Human Resource Management at Emmanuel College is one of the programs in this discipline. It is an intensive, integrated learning experience that prepares students to address the strategic issues faced by human resource professionals in today's complex organizations. The curriculum challenges students to develop skills that will allow them to think critically, be an ethical leader and an effective communicator, develop recruitment practices, manage compensation and benefits, and understand employee and labor relations. This program prepares students to function as generalists in the human resources field, to integrate academic theory and practical experience and to play an expanded role in the constantly evolving human resource function.
Expected Learning Outcomes
At the completion of the Online Master of Science in Human Resource Management, the student will:
Demonstrate a proficiency of knowledge in the areas of 1) leadership, 2) research methods, 3) compensation, 4) benefits, 5) recruitment, 6) labor relations, 7) organizational development, 8) strategy, 9) written and oral communication, 10) analysis, 11) ethics and behavioral science interventions.
Graduate degree requirements for a Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management are:
Required Courses (6 courses/18 credits)
HRM 9009 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
HRM 9028 Managing Diversity in Contemporary Organizations
HRM 9032 Labor and Employee Relations
HRM 9034 Employment and Recruitment Practices
HRM 9035 Compensation and Benefits
HRM 9036 Strategic Planning and Management
Upon completion of the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management students have the option of continuing toward a Master of Science in Human Resource Management (HRM) by successfully completing 18 additional credits at Emmanuel.