The Management program prepares students for employment or advancement in management and management support positions by providing learning experiences in principles of management, human resource management, small business management practices, fundamental accounting principles, and internet usage along with critical thinking and problem solving experiences.
Students develop skills related to principles of accounting, principles of management, human resources management, and microcomputer applications. A successful human resource manager must recognize the processes necessary to complete a job in addition to understanding and having the ability to work with people.
According to Lightcast Economic Modeling, the median salary for a human resource specialist career is $59,259.
Note: Salary ranges can vary widely depending on location and many other important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession.