Human Resources Certification Programs

Human resources (HR) professionals hire and train employees, manage compensation and benefit programs, and plan ahead for their organization’s future personnel requirements. You can earn an undergraduate human resources certificate or HR management certification with about one year of full–time study.

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Madonna UniversityUndergraduate
Livonia, MI

Mansfield University of PennsylvaniaUndergraduate
Mansfield, PA

Marian UniversityUndergraduate
Fond du Lac, WI

Marietta CollegeUndergraduate
Marietta, OH

Marquette UniversityUndergraduate
Milwaukee, WI

Martin UniversityUndergraduate
Indianapolis, IN

Maryville University of St. LouisUndergraduate
St Louis, MO

McGill UniversityUndergraduate
Montreal, Quebec, N/A

Messiah CollegeUndergraduate
Mechanicsburg, PA

Miami University--OxfordUndergraduate
Oxford, OH

Michigan State UniversityUndergraduate
East Lansing, MI

MidAmerica Nazarene UniversityUndergraduate
Olathe, KS

Minnesota State University--MankatoUndergraduate
Mankato, MN

Missouri Valley CollegeUndergraduate
Marshall, MO

Moravian CollegeUndergraduate
Bethlehem, PA

Morningside CollegeUndergraduate
Sioux City, IA

Mount Mercy UniversityUndergraduate
Cedar Rapids, IA

Muhlenberg CollegeUndergraduate
Allentown, PA

National UniversityUndergraduate
La Jolla, CA

New SchoolUndergraduate
New York, NY

New York Institute of TechnologyUndergraduate
Old Westbury, NY

Nichols CollegeUndergraduate
Dudley, MA

North Central CollegeUndergraduate
Naperville, IL

North Park UniversityUndergraduate
Chicago, IL

Northcentral UniversityUndergraduate
Prescott Valley, AZ

Northeastern Illinois UniversityUndergraduate
Chicago, IL

Northeastern State UniversityUndergraduate
Tahlequah, OK

Northeastern UniversityUndergraduate
Boston, MA

Northern Arizona UniversityUndergraduate
Flagstaff, AZ

Northern Kentucky UniversityUndergraduate
Highland Heights, KY

Notre Dame College of OhioUndergraduate
Cleveland, OH

Oakland City UniversityUndergraduate
Oakland City, IN

Oakland UniversityUndergraduate
Rochester, MI

Ohio State University--ColumbusUndergraduate
Columbus, OH

Ohio UniversityUndergraduate
Athens, OH

Ohio Valley UniversityUndergraduate
Vienna, WV

Oral Roberts UniversityUndergraduate
Tulsa, OK

Ottawa UniversityUndergraduate
Ottawa, KS

Otterbein UniversityUndergraduate
Westerville, OH

Our Lady of the Lake UniversityUndergraduate
San Antonio, TX

Pace UniversityUndergraduate
New York, NY

Park UniversityUndergraduate
Parkville, MO

Point Park UniversityUndergraduate
Pittsburgh, PA

Post UniversityUndergraduate
Waterbury, CT

Purdue University--CalumetUndergraduate
Hammond, IN

Purdue University--West LafayetteUndergraduate
West Lafayette, IN

Regis UniversityUndergraduate
Denver, CO

Roberts Wesleyan CollegeUndergraduate
Rochester, NY

Roosevelt UniversityUndergraduate
Chicago, IL

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey--CamdenUndergraduate
Camden, NJ

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Coursework in a human resources certificate program typically includes classes on understanding the business environment, creating successful training programs, designing benefit plans and engaging in labor relations. If you have a bachelor’s degree, graduate–level HR certificates are available to expand your knowledge of advanced functions such as administration and legal issues.

The latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data projects that overall HR employment will grow by 7% through 2022, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. Completing a graduate–level human resources certification program and work experience in technology and/or corporate training can help you find more opportunities in the HR field.