Accredited business schools offer a number of degrees for those looking to obtain a career in human resources. Some programs offer students the opportunity to specialize in a specific area like corporate recruiting, workplace diversity, business coaching, benefits analysis, consulting, and more.
Coursework may include ethics, mentoring, leadership, coaching, compensation and benefits, job design, training, and social and legal issues depending on the level of degree and type of career you seek. With an education and degree in the field of human resources you will have the chance to find employment as a recruiting and placement manager, compensation specialist, development and training specialist, benefit specialist, and more.
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Accredited schools and colleges offer training for a variety of degrees including associates, bachelors, and master's degrees, and undergraduate and graduate certificates. Students who wish to obtain a career in human resources can become employed as directors of employment, recruiters, occupational analysts, placement managers, benefits specialists, EEO officers, compensation specialists, employer relations representatives, job analysis specialists, and more. Depending on the level of degree and desired career students can study coursework involving management principles, organizational structure, public administration
, economics, industrial psychology, sociology, computers and information systems, compensation, political science, and statistics.
Human Resources Management
You can obtain an associate's, bachelors, or master's degree from a number of accredited education programs that offer training in human resource management. With a degree in human resource management you can prepare for management positions with a variety of businesses as an employment training specialist, personnel recruiter, assistant training manager, compensation administrator, human resources generalist, and more. Management training
can include the study of subjects in areas such as psychology, law and business administration compensation, accounting and finance, marketing, managerial ethics, and other relevant courses.
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Accreditation is an important part of making sure that you obtain the best education, so be sure to check that the school or college you choose carries full accreditation before enrolling. The Accrediting Council for Independent Schools and Colleges (ACICS)
is just one of many agencies approved to provide full accreditation to educational programs that offer training in human resources.
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