Certificate Type: CC
Major Code: HRADM-CC
Former CIP: 0506040105
The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment as human resources administrators, specialists and generalists; benefits administrators; training and development specialists; records management specialists; recruiting and staffing specialists; and employee relations specialists or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in the field. The curriculum focuses on human resources management, recruitment and staffing, compensation and benefits administration, employment law and records management and includes an introduction to business. This certificate is upward compatible with the A.S. degree, Business Administration or A.S. degree, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management.
|GEB1011||Introduction to Business|
This course is designed to provide an overview of the business environment. The business disciplines discussed include management, international business, marketing, finance, economics, accounting and business law. This course provides useful information for business majors and any others involved in owning or operating businesses. This course is also recommended for students expecting to take ACG 2021 Principles of Financial Accounting.
This course develops effective oral and written business communication skills to create successful human relations. Communication skills are taught in the four language areas: listening, reading, writing and speaking. Studies include grammar, proofreading, editing and business communication composition.
|MAN2300||Human Resources Management|
The purpose of this course is to explore the theories and practices relating to the management of human resources (HR). The role of the human resources department will be discussed regarding its role in the corporate organization as well as meeting personnel corporate goals and objectives. The course will also explore HR's relationship with functional departments, departmental supervisors, as well as middle and executive management. The principles of job analysis, job description, job skills, recruitment and selection techniques, motivation and performance evaluation will be explored in depth.
|MNA2320||Human Resources Recruitment and Staffing|
This course examines how the functions of recruitment, selection, staffing and training fit into a human resources department. Students will practice analyzing positions, recruiting qualified applicants, interviewing candidates for employment and, once hired, orienting and training them.
|MNA2325||Human Resources Compensation and Benefits Administration|
This course discusses various compensation and benefit plans, legal issues and the administration of compensation and benefit plans. Emphasis is on providing a basic understanding of the business concepts utilized in the compensation and benefits area.
|OST1355C||Records Management and Legal Implications|
This course is a study of the principles of effective management for paper-based, electronic and image records systems. Emphasis is placed on the systematic control of the life cycle of all records. Students will learn the basic legal background requirements for the release, retention and storing of records and laws regulating the management of such records. Principles of cost, efficiency and performance are covered as related to the management of all records. Students will also learn how to manage files on their electronic storage device. Career opportunities in records management are included.
|MNA2403||Introduction to Human Resources Management Law and Regulations|
This course is a study of human resources management law and regulations. Topics include state and federal employment regulation, Civil Rights Acts, EEOC legislation, OSHA, Rights of Women and Elderly and Handicapped as they apply to human resources functions.