Thomas Gainey, Chair
Department of Management
What can it do for you?
A "Certificate in Human Resource Management" can provide you with a solid foundation in HRM and potentially make you more attractive to employers. Completion of the requirements will be noted on your transcript, and a certificate will be awarded by the Department of Management.
Who is eligible?
A "Certificate in Human Resource Management" can be completed by either a business or a non-business major. Business majors are eligible when they have attained "Major Status" within the Richards College of Business. Non-Business majors are eligible when they have completed 45 hours of classes with at least a 2.0 GPA.
What is required?
1. MGNT 4620 - HR Management
2. MGNT 4621 - Applications in HRM
3. MGNT 4640 - Employment Law
And one (1) of the following:
• MGNT 3627 - Managing Cultural Differences
• MGNT 3630 - Environmental Law
• MGNT 4626 - Women & Work
• MGNT 4630 - Dispute Resolution in Cont. Org.
• MGNT 4680 - HR Practicum
What is the Cost?
There is no additional cost. In fact, most students can simply use the "select" courses in their major sto complete the requirements.
How do I apply?
Students can formally apply to enroll in the certificate program by contacting Ms. Liz Runyan in the Department of Management at (678) 839-4824 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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