Looking for an affordable and incredibly convenient way to earn a lucrative human resource management certificate? Online courses are available through the Linfield College Adult Degree Program to help you achieve your professional goals. Our students are branch members, experienced human resource professionals, and newcomers who want to gain a solid foundation in this key area. Many of our students are seeking out a certificate to simply stay current in the field. Because demand for HR professionals is expected to grow significantly over the next decade, now is the time to gain new knowledge and skills to prepare for success.
All classes in the Linfield HR Certificate Program are offered online.
With 24/7 class accessibility, our program is optimal for students with busy schedules. You can log in from anywhere in the world, and we utilize a powerful yet streamlined interface to help you make the most of your learning opportunities. Our human resource management certificate course is highly customizable, with two core courses and two electives.
Linfield’s Human Resource Management Certificate Program requires four courses to be completed. The Human Resource Management Certificate begins with BNMG 301 followed by BNMG 405 and two additional courses. After completing BNMG 301, the certificate student may take one or two of the remaining courses each semester as they are offered in the curriculum plans.
Requires completion of two core courses:
BNMG 301 Management
The key decision-making role of managers in modern organizations. Includes the study of organization, management styles, and selected administrative problems. 4 credits.
BNMG 405 Human Resource Management
Techniques for administering the personnel function. Organizing, staffing, recruiting and placement, performance appraisal, training and development, wage and benefit administration, labor relations, and auditing manpower requirements. Prerequisite: MATH 140. 4 credits.
Plus two of the following:
BNSS 380 Industrial Organizational Psychology
Role of psychological principles in personnel selection, testing, human engineering, employer/employee relations, production efficiency, training, and safety. 3 credits.
BNMG 407 Organizational Behavior
The individual in the organization. Participation, leadership, motivation, communication, decision-making, team development, conflict resolution, and adaptation to change. 4 credits.
BNMG 436 Topics (Depending on Topic)
Selected topics in management designed to provide a more detailed examination of a specific facet of management studies. Course uses small group discussion and intensive class participation. Open to juniors and seniors pursuing a major or minor in business. May be repeated with consent of instructor when the management topic is substantially different. Prerequisite: 301. 4 credits
MATH 140 or its academic equivalent must be completed prior to enrolling in BNMG 405.
|BNMG 301||BNSS 380||BNMG 405||BNMG 407|
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For students who have completed BNMG 301 and MATH 140 or an equivalent transfer courses.
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For students who have completed BNMG 301 and MATH 140 or equivalent transfer courseS.
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Students can complete the Human Resource Management Certificate within nine to eleven months, depending on the number of classes taken per semester.
For those interested in SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) certification, this program can assist in gaining employment in the Human Resources area, which is a requirement for SHRM certification. Read more about the difference between this HR certificate program and HR certification.
If you already have a Bachelor’s degree, earning your Human Resource Management Certificate online through the Linfield College Adult Degree Program will demonstrate your accomplishments in this field. Our program is designed to complement any previous education you may have had. In addition, students may earn the HRM Certificate before they complete their Bachelor’s degree to bolster their resume and professional accomplishments immediately.
We also encourage students with little educational experience in the field to pursue an HRM Certificate simultaneously with a Bachelor’s degree in the following areas:
Students are not permitted to pursue an HRM certificate and bachelor’s degree in management simultaneously, as they share the same core courses.
Want to learn more about our unique certificate programs and begin the enrollment process? We’re ready to help you take the next big step in your career! Contact us today!