Human Resources Management
Is as Human Resources Management career in your future?
Human resources management is the discipline that has experienced the largest increase in jobs in recent years. This trend is expected to continue as corporations and not-for-profit organizations are always in need of experts that help them handle their most valuable resources - the employees. If you are interested in helping other people succeed in their careers, a Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business degree with a concentration in Human Resources Management may be the best fit for you. Check the courses that you will need and/or RSVP for an Open House date today!
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What abilities will I get if I obtain an HRM concentration?
All students in the HRM concentration will take an introductory HRM course and specialized courses in staffing, training & development, compensation, and employee relations. After you finish the program you will be knowledgeable about the various HR functions such as staffing, compensation, employee training and career development, employee relations and retention, and legal and administrative issues related to HR all of which help organizations achieve their strategic objectives.
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- Compensation and Benefits Analyst
- Employee Assistance Plan Manager
- Human Resources Director
- Human Resources Information Systems Analyst
- Human Resources Specialist
- Labor Relations Manager
- Payroll Specialist
- Recruiting Manager
- Training and Development Coordinator
- Wage and Salary Analyst
Where can I take the HRM concentration?
The concentration can be taken entirely online. The business core can be taken online or in one of the two campus in Victoria and Katy.
Take the next step into a Human Resources Management career
Please Apply today and get step closer to where you want to be. A BBA in General Business with HRM concentration from the University of Houston-Victoria will help you get where you want to go.