The specialized Human Resources Management certificate from University of Phoenix gives students a concentrated program of study within the various areas of human resource management. It is ideal for current professionals in the human resource field that want to enhance their skills and knowledge; however, it is also a solid option for general managers that want to become more aware of techniques and tools to become more effective managers. Emphasis in the program is on leadership skills, management skills, as well as communication within the business setting.
Classes include information on human relations, organizational structure and management, compensation and employee benefits, legal and ethical issues in human resource management and developing teamwork and motivation within the workplace.
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A Bachelor of Science in Business with a Human Resource Management from University of Phoenix prepares students with the required knowledge, skills and values to effectively apply HR principles in an organizational setting.