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For-Credit Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management and Development Course Descriptions


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MGT 810 Human Resource Management for General Managers

Identify the human resource management functions all managers perform as you explore human resource activity design, administration and evaluation. You’ll also review needs assessment, program implementation and evaluation, information management and decision support, and international human resource management.

*MGT 802 Strategic Analysis

Perform a supervised analysis of your employing organization, by interviewing the CEO or other visible leader. Then assess the correspondence between the leader's vision and concepts presented in the program.

*MGT 802 must be completed in the last semester.

Electives – Must Complete Any Three of the Following Courses


MGT 811 Fundamentals of Human Resource Staffing 

Learn the fundamentals of human resource staffing including legal issues; measurement, reliability, and validity; job analysis; performance assessment and recruitment.

MGT 814 Managing Diversity in the Workplace

Explore how organizations can benefit from differences in ethnicity, age, tenure, education and more. You’ll also discover some of the challenges that may arise and learn techniques to manage conflict.

MGT 817 Managing the Learning Organization

Learn how to assess the knowledge, skills and abilities within an organization. This enables you to match future employee skill needs with appropriate learning strategies as well as link employee knowledge, skills and abilities with overall organizational strategies.

MGT 818 Talent Management and Development

How do you manage human resources to realize an organization’s goals and mission? Learn strategies for employee recruitment and development, performance management, succession planning and retention, career management and leadership development.

MGT 822 Developing Reward and Compensation Systems

Learn how to apply compensation principles to organizational objectives and strategically use compensation systems to attract, motivate and retain employees. You’ll also discover the managerial aspects of paying employees at all organizational levels.