This program provides the skills necessary for you to enter the field of Human Resource Management. Graduates will be able to perform entry-level functions in the human resources department of business and industry. Typical entry-level work includes interviewing applicants, administering pre-employment tests, conducting new hire orientation, processing transfers, promotions, and terminations. Human resource workers may also analyze job duties, write job descriptions, calculate payroll, and maintain accident reports. You may work with the computerized flow of information and reports about employees, their benefits and programs.
Transfer to a Four-Year School
If a bachelor's degree is your educational goal, getting a head start on your major has never been easier. You can apply the credits from this associate degree toward a bachelor's degree at a four-year college and university. To make the most of your time and money, tell your advisor about your transfer plans early in the admissions process.
Four-Year College Agreements
People with these jobs recruit, interview, and train employees.
- Administrative Services Managers
- Compensation and Benefits Managers
- Human Resources Managers
- Training and Development Managers
- Regulatory Affairs Managers
- Equal Opportunity Representatives and Officers
- Regulatory Affairs Specialists
- Human Resources Specialists
- Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
- Training and Development Specialists
- Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping