Human Resources degree overview

Minor in Human Resources

The Human Resources minor provides a foundation for developing, supporting and administering personnel in business organizations. Students understand the challenges of employment and staffing; the complexities of compensation and benefits; the policies and programs that promote employee responsibility, production and satisfaction; and the methods to hire, retain and terminate employees based on legal policies and ethical parameters, protecting both the rights of workers and the interests of the company. 

Who should consider a human resources minor?
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics projects overall employment for human resources careers to grow faster than the average for all occupations. A minor in human resources is an excellent choice to complement your program and help prepare you for a career you’re pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Whether you’re going to seek a position in the public or private sector, a concentration in human resources could be very beneficial in your career, especially if you plan to own your own business someday.
No matter what Bachelor’s degree you’re pursuing, a minor in human resources complements your general course of study and will help you as you navigate your career path. Our program provides essential skills to interpret and use research; work with diverse populations; and develop conceptual, interpersonal and technical leadership skills.
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Human Resources Minor Courses

Required Courses

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