Our business courses employ a Learn-Practice-Apply model, which allows you to develop the in-demand skills employers are looking for. You’ll have the opportunity to improve your performance by mastering practice assignments prior to the completion of final, summative course assignments. This helps you focus on higher-level problem-solving and decision-making skills and the added value you can provide to support specific employer needs.
Yes, several courses from our Human Resource certificate programs align with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)1 exam. However, it is always recommended that after you complete the Human Resources Management courses that you take the time to continue studying for the SHRM exam outside of the classroom.
1 SHRM® SHRM is a registered trademark of Society for Human Resource Management.
To make sure you’re prepared to take on our master’s courses, you need to complete a bachelor’s degree and meet all the prerequisites required before you enroll.