As part of Herzing’s well-regarded business programs, the Bachelor of Science in Business Management with a Concentration in Human Resource Development degree incorporates a focus on human resources as part of the core skill package critical to success. Students gain the capabilities needed to handle a wide range of responsibilities. Graduates are prepared for positions as office managers, human resource staff, and employee recruiters as well as payroll, healthcare and safety administrators.
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This associate degree program includes many of the general education and core business courses required for the Human Resource Development bachelor's degree. The coursework rolls directly into the higher-level program. Students gain the fundamentals of how business is conducted as well as the different skill sets needed to run a successful organization. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in virtually any business-related position in any sector. Download Program Course Sheet 
The bachelor degree program is designed to prepare graduates for the many important roles played by human resources in today’s business environment. Students learn how to build and maintain employee productivity while gaining a solid skill base in business and financial management. Graduates are prepared for entry-level human resource management positions in the areas of employee staffing, recruitment and selection, compensation and benefits, training, and employee relations. Download Program Course Sheet 
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