Business Administration: Human Resource Management
The world of business can be fast-paced, complex, and challenging – that’s why finding the perfect employee is more important than ever. Hiring a person who is comfortable in a business setting is a must, but if a prospective employee brings specialized skills to the table, they can be that much more valuable.
Ohio Business College’s associate degree in business administration with a concentration in human resource management (HRM) will give you a broad business education, as well as a narrower scope of in-demand, specialized skills, such as:
- Employment law
- Recruitment, training, and development
- Compensation and benefits management
- Human resource management
- Small business management
- Managerial accounting
- Principles of marketing
- Cultural diversity training
- And much more
Ready to build an exciting career in human resource management? Fill out the form at the top of the page to receive more information and to get your questions answered.
Already a human resource or business professional seeking your PHR® or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR®) certification?
OBC offers the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) course to help you prepare for your exam. Please review the SHRM Learning Module and contact OBC to enroll in the course. The SHRM program is only available at OBC’s Sandusky campus.
Ohio Business College’s Business Administration classes start on January 9, 2017.
Career PathwaysBusiness Administration graduates with a Human Resource Management Concentration are qualified for positions as:
- Human Resource Managers
- Employment and Placement Managers
- Human Resource Consultants
- Human Resource Coordinators
Because today’s human resource professionals are integral to a company’s strategic planning process, all students concentrating in human resource management participate in an externship during their final quarters of study. This experience empowers them to apply their studies and training to real-life, employment-related decisions and gain valuable field experience.