Finding, hiring, and mentoring the right people for the right jobs is one of the most challenging roles in any organization. Understanding how to find and support talented people for an evolving work environment in a dramatically changing economy requires serious professional and personal skills. With the USF Human Resources Management Graduate Professional Certificate, you will learn the systems, contexts, and techniques of recruitment, hiring, and mentoring people.
Earning a Graduate Professional Certificate in Human Resources Management will provide you with the skills needed to review skills, hire, and lead HR teams. You will also be equipped to enter into related graduate-level programs in Business Management and Human Resources.
The University of St. Francis’ online Graduate Professional Certificate in Human Resources will provide you with the advanced personnel skills you need to succeed in a competitive market.
As a private, nonprofit university, USF is designed to help you succeed. The benefits of earning your graduate certificate at USF include:
- Affordability. The certificate has one of the most affordable tuition rates in the Midwest.
- Expert instruction. Learn from instructors with relevant, real-world experience
- Convenience. Online classes are open 24 hours a day, designed to be convenient for you
Graduate Professional Certificate Programs
- $399 credit hour
- Up-to-date, professionally focused
- Online, convenient, supported learning
Graduate certificates are designed to enhance your current credentials. They can also be applied toward a graduate degree at a later date.
An undergraduate degree in business, management, or related field; or a degree in criminal justice, education, the sciences or healthcare administration.
Start with our free application online, provide an official transcript of your bachelor’s degree, and then register for courses during our fall, spring, or summer registration periods.
Human Resource Management Certificate (12 semester hours)
To meet the requirements for the certificate, you must:
- Complete four certificate courses for graduate credit.
- Earn at least a B grade in each course.
- Complete the courses within three years.
Required courses (12 semester hours)
MBAD 642 Talent Management: Acquiring, Developing, and Retaining Talent 3
MBAD 643 Total Rewards: Compensation and Benefits 3
MBAD 644 Employment and Labor Laws 3
TDEV 622 Needs Analysis, Instructional Design and Assessment 3