dcsimg

Human Resources Programs - Online and Campus Degrees

Put Employees First: Trade Schools Prepare You for a Career in Human Resources

Human resources (HR) professionals wear many hats: they recruit and hire new employees, fire employees, handle employee benefits, address employee disputes, handle legal issues, and much more. Essentially, they maintain the relationship between top management and the employees under them. Many trade and vocational schools can prepare you for the variety of tasks an HR specialist must perform. Trade and vocational school courses in personnel and human resources management can help you improve your communication and organizational skills. Get a foot in the door to your first HR position by taking courses at your local trade or vocational college.

Sources

Bureau of Labor Statistics: Human Resources

Matching School Ads
Westwood College - Arlington Annandale
Westwood College is an institution of higher learning dedicated to providing quality, career-focused undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and credentials needed to launch, enhance, or change careers.

Programs Offered:
  • Bachelor Degree - Business Administration: Major in Human Resource Management
More...
Request More Information
Argosy University Seattle
To succeed in today's competitive workforce, you need a solid foundation of knowledge - and the power to put it to work. And that's exactly what an Argosy University education offers.

Programs Offered:
  • Human Resource Management (BS)
More...
Request More Information
Cardinal Stritch University - Madison
Achieve your goals without putting your life on hold.

Programs Offered:
  • Certificate in Human Resource Management
More...
Request More Information
Bryant and Stratton College - Wauwatosa
Give your career a boost with an education from Bryant and Stratton College.

Programs Offered:
  • Human Resource Specialist
More...
Request More Information
Matching School Ads