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A graduate certificate allows busy professionals to obtain the training they need without spending the same amount of time they spent at school earning their undergraduate degree. Earning the certificate is done by leaning on the skills one has previously learned, and adding new skills in the growing industry.

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Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management consists of a minimum of 12 European credits and take 1 academic year of 9 to 12 months of part-time studies to complete ... [+]

Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management consist of a minimum of 12 European credits and take 1 academic year of 9 to 12 months of part-time studies to complete (3 to 4 quarters).

Program requirements Total 12 credits Courses (GCCOMxxx) 12 credits / 6 courses CORE COURSES IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

GCCHRM501 - Personnel Planning and Work Design The importance of having talented employees in the organization has become more and more evident in increasingly international and competitive industries. This course discusses the fundamental question of human research management as a strategic element for contemporary businesses success. The course discusses theories and practices for how to plan the headcount of the organization. Students will develop skills in determining staffing needs, conducting job analysis, and designing job functions. GCCHRM502 - Personnel Recruitment and Selection Today’s business world is changing at a very fast pace and employers are looking for people who can adapt themselves to these ever changing and diverse situations. Companies are investing more and more in people with different educational backgrounds and job experience, making the human resource function critical for achieving competitive advantage. The course examines the importance of attracting the best employees and discusses best practices for selecting employees. Furthermore, it focuses on the critical phase of integrating new employees into the company through socialization and orientation programs. GCCHRM503 - Personnel Training and Development The purpose of this course is to provide students with information and insight into the training and development function in organizations. The training... [-]

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September 2019
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1 year
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