Find your calling while helping others
Earning a human resources degree is the next step in creating a fulfilling career
You like connecting with people by helping them succeed in the workplace and find their place in an organization — which is why earning your human resources degree might be the next step in finding your own calling in the workforce. Take one course at a time in a way that fits your life. You’ll learn total compensation, learning and development and the counseling skills to effectively design, manage and evaluate organizational programs — helping improve individual productivity, employability and job satisfaction among employees.
When you enroll in our human resources management degree, you’ll be able transfer credits previously earned in school and customize your coursework by taking classes that begin at multiple entry points throughout the year. You want to succeed and feel confident in your decision to pursue higher education — so a team of mentors and advisors will be able to help you every step of the way when earning your human resources degree.
Classes in the human resources management degree are designed with input from CEOs and directors and taught by faculty who average more than 23 years of professional experience and more than nine years of teaching experience.
The curriculum in our human resources degrees includes instruction in employment law, compensation and benefits, risk management, employee development and strategic management.
Take advantage of our human resources offerings and start earning your degree:
The Bachelor of Science in Business portion of this program is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Schools and Business Programs (ACBSP), so you can be assured you’re getting a quality education. Graduates of this program often work as human resources managers, employee relations managers, compensation and benefits manager, training and development managers, or labor relations managers. In this on-campus and online human resources degree you’ll get instruction in:
- Human resource dynamics and flows
- Labor relations, sex roles, civil rights
- Human resources law and regulations
- Motivation and compensation systems
- Work systems
- Career management
- Employee testing and assessment
- Recruitment and selection
- Managing employee and job training programs
- Management of human resources programs and operations
Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Human Resource Management (Certificate Track):
This online human resources degree is designed for those who have already completed their bachelor’s degree. Those who graduate from this program and have relevant experience might go on to become human resources directors, chief learning officers, program evaluators or corporate learning specialists. The Master of Business Administration portion of this program is ACBSP-accredited. You’ll learn:
- Managerial competencies specific to human resources
- Covers content set by existing national standardized graduate business tests
More than 5,000 faculty members work in the School of Business and more than half have worked or are currently working at a Fortune 1000 company or a subsidiary — meaning they have real world experience that comes to life in the classroom. You’ll enjoy small classes that average fewer than 15 people, allowing instructors to give you the personal attention that you need.
Have questions about student life or the admissions process? Speak with an enrollment representative.
Now that you know your potential and your calling in the workforce, it’s time to take the next step — enroll in classes today and start earning your human resources management degree.
For important information about the educational debt, earnings and completion rates of students who attended this program, visit www.phoenix.edu/programs/gainful-employment.html.
While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.