Human Resources Managers interview and recruit prospective employees, participate in hiring decisions, develop programs and training opportunities which enhance productivity and morale and reduce costly turnover. People are the most valuable assets of any organization. Attracting and retaining qualified personnel and assigning them to the right positions are very important and instrumental to success of any business. Human Resources Specialists generally work 40 hours per week. The employment opportunity for HR Specialists is high. These Specialists have the opportunity to work in private or governmental organizations as Recruiters, Compensation Managers, Training and Development Specialists, Industrial Relations Managers, Occupational Analysts, Affirmative Action Coordinators and Employer Relations Representatives.
The courses that make up FTU’s human resources management Mini MBA certificate program are designed to give students a well-rounded foundational knowledge of the most critical issues facing human resources professionals today.
Our human resources management “Mini MBA” certificate program covers the following courses:
CEM 200 Introduction to Business
CEM 260 Human Resources Management