Human Resources Management Concentration

Focus on Talent, Develop Leaders

Human Resources (HR) Certification InstituteIndividuals with human resources degrees can find a niche within whatever industry they prefer, since all kinds of organizations need assistance identifying the right people to hire, deciding who is most worthy of a promotion and figuring out when it's necessary to lay off or fire someone.

Human resources professionals sometimes work for recruitment agencies, headhunting companies or consulting firms, in which case they may serve multiple clients. In-house human resources positions are also an option for someone who wants to focus on the staffing issues of a particular company. The skills learned are invaluable in this program are invaluable in many leadership positions throughout a company where managers need to understand supervision, human resources and legal rights of employees.

Career Opportunities

Human Resources: Analyst, Assistant, Coordinator,  Generalist or Specialist

Average Salary - $40,000+

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  • Skills and knowledge they need to succeed in this field
  • Prepare for aPHR Certification Exam

Delgado offers both a Certificate of Technical Studies and a degree in Business & Management with a concentration in Human Resources. Both prepare students for the Prepare for aPHR Certification Exam.

Both are available on campus or fully-online. We have flexible terms, we’re affordable and we specialize in working with working

Business and Management, A.A.S.
Earn your Business and Management Degree a common core curriculum and Human Resources Management concentration.
60 total credit hours required

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Human Resources Assistant, C.T.S.
The Business and Management Program also offers a Certificates of Technical Studies in Banking and Lending.
21 total credit hours required

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