Degrees and Requirements

HR Consultant Certificate

Each HRM Certificate consists of 4 HRM courses, totalling 12 credits.  In most cases courses are completed within 2-3 consecutive semesters.  Since all certificate courses form integral componenets of our highly respected HRM graduate program curriculum, they may be applied towards the full graduate degree, should certificate students wish to continue their graduate studies. HRM Certificate students must complete their particular certificate before advancing to the master's program and should apply for acceptance in the full program during the last semester of completing their certificate requirements.

HR Consultant Certificate

To be a successful HR Consultant, one must possess requisite knowledge about HRM practices and have the ability to guide others through the change process. In either an internal or external consultanting role, the HR Consultant can help address various business needs such as staffing, training and development, employee performance, and employee relations. This 12-credit certificate gives students the ability to choose two additional HRMT courses that best meet their consulting interests.

To successfully complete the HR Consultant Certificate, the student must complete:

• HRMT6012 – Training and Development
• HRMT6020 – Intervention and Planned Change
• Any course in the HRM program (excluding Capstone HRMT5025)
• Any course in the HRM program (excluding Capstone HRMT5025)

 For course descriptions, click below:

 

Summary of Requirements

Required Courses: 12 credits

  • HRMT6012
    TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT |

    HRMT6012
    TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course deals with the overall training and development process, including the design of training programs, identification of training needs, selection of training techniques, development of presentation skills and evaluation of program effectiveness. Techniques and theories of training and development of people in organizational settings are also explored.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    Graduate Students Only

  • HRMT6020
    INTERVENTION & ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE |

    HRMT6020
    INTERVENTION & ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course explores methods of organizational diagnosis, planned change and intervention, and various concepts and methods of planned organizational change. These concepts and methods will be applied to an organizational setting selected by the student.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    Graduate Students Only

  • HRMTxxxx

    HRMTxxxx

    Credits (Min/Max): /

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