CCU graduate DeAnna Hackenberg oversees payroll, benefits and hiring as the AVP of Human Resources at Valley Bank & Trust.
Human resources management plays a central role in corporate development and strategy. Qualified human resources degree professionals are crucial in providing training and development resources, crisis and risk management, and legal considerations for the overall health of any organization.
Our human resources management degree program combines human resources administration with ethical principles of leadership, enhancing career possibilities in HR, management, and business fields. As a student, you can acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to operate in today's business environment – and learn how personal ethics and values can inform your work.
Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks.
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Focus areas in the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Organizational Management in Human Resources degree include: organizational behavior, theory, and practice; human resources administration; leadership, innovation, and decision making; and real-world learning experience.
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