Human Resources Management


On Campus Offerings at a Glance

Fall 2017Winter 2018Spring 2018
HRM102: Recruiting, Selection, and Retention HRM112: Employee and Labor Relations HRM101: Human Resource Management and the Law
HRM107: Performance Management HRM115: Policies and Procedures HRM103: Introduction to Benefits and Compensation
HRM139: Human Resources Management Exam Prep (In-class only) HRM139: Human Resources Management Exam Prep (In-class only)

 

The Strategic Role of Human Resources

In today’s organizations, human resources professionals need to think of themselves as strategic partners and contribute to the development and accomplishment of the organization-wide business plan and objectives.

Bryant’s HR Certificate program provides an educational model that aligns with the SHRM-CP™ and SHRM-SCP™ designation of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

Bryant's Human Resources Management Program Features:

  • A cohesive educational model teaching best practices that are 
  • current and relevant
  • A competency-based program designed for either the experienced HR individual or professionals who seek to transition to a career in HR
  • Experienced faculty who are practitioners and share real-world examples 
  • A program based on adult learning methodologies in an interactive and dynamic learning environment
  • The opportunity to interact and network with peers in the HR field

Who Should Attend

Professionals with varying levels of experience. Practicing HR professionals can increase their value within their organizations by fine-tuning existing skills and learning new practices. Practitioners new to the HR function,
or individuals who are responsible for the HR function as part of their current responsibilities, can enroll in the Human Resources Management Program, and take a first step toward a successful and fulfilling career.

Individual Courses or Certificate Program

Complete six courses to earn your Certificate in Human Resources Management, or select the courses you need to develop specific skills.

Online, On Campus, or Blended

You may choose to take classes on campus or online on your own time, or use a blended approach, combining on-campus with online courses.

For More Information

Paul Dacey
Assistant Director
Phone: 401-232-6204
E-mail: pdacey@bryant.edu

 

Group discounts and customized training are available. Please contact Amy Grant, Assistant Director, Executive Development Center at (401) 232-6203 or agrant2@bryant.edu .

 


Bryant University's Executive Development Center is a SHRM preferred provider. All of our Human Resources classes are approved for SHRM-CP SM /SHRM-SCP SM recertification credits. This program has been approved for recertification credit hours through SHRM. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the SHRM homepage at www.shrm.org


The use of these seals is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.