174,200-782,800Number of Jobs, 2021
$62,290-$126,230Median Pay per year, 2021
7-8%Job Growth, 2021-2031
*U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook – Human Resources Specialists and Human Resources Managers
Earn your human resources management certificate in 6 months. HR managers are viewed as fulfilling an integral and strategic role in their organization, and they must be prepared to effectively manage in a diverse and changing environment.
“I have made important connections in this program with fellow students and professors. I have also learned a large amount of information that truly has helped me feel comfortable about the work that I do and the decisions I make within the HR field.”
– Alex Figge, HR participant
“The instructors made it interesting. Most owned their own businesses or were HR advisors. They’re in the field, and teaching based on those experiences.”
– Juanita Arreola, HR participant
“Learn as much as you can and don't give up. You could lose everything in life, but the knowledge you learn you will never lose.”
– Yesenia Ortiz, HR participant
This program can be completed in just one semester. All five courses listed below are required to complete the certificate. Please select one section per course to fulfill certificate program requirements.
Please note: Students must register no later than 2 business days prior to the course start date. If you missed the registration window or have any questions, please contact EIP Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduates of the certificate program will:
- Have a comprehensive overview of the field of human resources management
- Know where and how to find employable staff in a full employment economy
- Be familiar with the varied aspects of employment law
- Be aware of the importance of communication skills, both verbal and written, in the retention of good employees
- Be knowledgeable of the various strategies and plans for employee compensation
- Current supervisors and human resources managers
- Anyone interested in human resources as a career path
- Employees with human resources responsibilities
- Clerical or entry-level employees who would like to move into management