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Human Resources and Related Studies is a degree category that consists of the following common degrees:

  • Human Resources Management

    Satisfaction:

    Medium

    Avg Grad Salary:

    $67k

    Human Resources Management

    People are the lifeblood of organizations. Human resources (HR) managers are the professionals entrusted to build teams of people to execute organizational strategy. Their responsibilities are to understand employment relationships, improve corporate culture, increase employee productivity, and create great workplaces.

    Degree programs in human resources management (HRM) are founded on the basics of business. Foundational courses, therefore, include business math, economics, accounting, organizational behavior, and business information systems. More advanced classes cover finance, strategy, and consulting skills and focus on the HR functions of health and safety, compensation and benefits, training and development, recruitment and hiring, employee onboarding and retention, human resources management systems, performance measurement, HR planning, and labor relations and conflict management. In short, an HRM degree prepares students to deliver best practices in human resources, to work at the interface of people and business.

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  • Labor Relations

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    N/A

    Avg Grad Salary:

    $69k

    Labor Relations
  • Organizational Behavior

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    Avg Grad Salary:

    $60k

    Organizational Behavior