Human Resource Administration Diploma Program
100% of the program is online
What Is Human Resource Administration?
- Researching industry and state employment trends to locate potential talent.
- Working as part of a team to ensure open positions are filled with qualified candidates.
- Introducing new employees to your business and communicating specific steps in the application and employment process.
- Some job functions may also include project management, problem-solving, presentations, reporting and assisting with employee surveys and communications.
Human Resource Administration is a great field that offers numerous avenues to grow your career. Plus, as a Human Resource professional you will be a deciding factor in helping others find a great career for themselves.
What Career Options Are Available in Human Resource Administration?
- Businesses & Corporations
- Large Churches
- Educational Institutions
- And much more
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of Human Resource Specialist is projected to grow 7% in the US from 2019 to 2029.1
What You Will Learn in a Human Resource Administration Program
- Prepare you through course work to demonstrate the skills employers are looking for in this field.
- Introduce topics such as Human Resource Management, the Staffing and Hiring Process, Change Management and Employee Benefit Design.
- Gain knowledge of employment law as it relates to the workplace.
- Understand diversity and its importance in the workplace.
Upon successful completion of the program, you have the ability to sit for the Professional in Human Resources (aPHR ®) certification exam to become an even more valuable prospective employee.
Why Choose Our College?
- Making student success our #1 priority.
- Designing courses that develop critical skill sets and expanding our student’s knowledge base for a life-time career.
- Ensuring that the skills businesses need are the skills we teach.
- Offering affordable programs that typically take less time to complete and have smaller class sizes than those of other schools.
- Offering on-campus, hybrid, and completely online diploma and degree programs that provide more flexibility to fit your life-style.
- Having the best career services team that has done the networking for you with numerous local employers and are here to help.
All of us here at Rockford Career College are here to help you succeed, whether it’s our free tutoring, helpful financial aid options, or connecting you with businesses for that great job. We may have changed names and locations over the years, but our goal remains the same: To prepare you for quick entry into the workforce.
Financial Aid available to those who qualify.
Program Length – 10 Months
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After you complete the Human Resource Administration Diploma Program, you could continue with our online, 7-month Business Administrationt Associate Degree completion program. That's only 17 months total to get an associate degree.
1 https://www.onetonline.org/link/localtrends/13-1071.00?st=IL&g=Go, retrieved 3/29/21.
Students will be given an opportunity to learn about human resource administration, human resource laws, compensating employees, training and developing employees, designing and planning employee benefits, managing diversity, and risk administration. This program prepares students for the Professional in Human Resources (aPHR ®) certification.
In addition to attendance in all courses, students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments. These assignments include but are not limited to reading, exercises and problem solving, projects, research, papers, and presentations. A student can anticipate out-of-class activities that equal to about two (2) hours for every one (1) hour of lecture. Upon successful completion of the program (see graduation requirements section of the catalog), students could seek or obtain entry-level employment in a Human Resources and/or Human Resources-related field(s).
Human resources professionals plan, direct, and coordinate the administrative functions of an organization. They oversee the recruiting, interviewing, and hiring of new staff; consult with top executives on strategic planning; and serve as a link between an organization’s management and its employees.*
*U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook,https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/human-resources-specialis... retrieved 8/21/2019