The Certificate in Human Resources Management offered through University College provides a range of courses in the major responsibilities and challenges of human resources to prepare students to work effectively in the field. Originally designed for Washington University master's students and as a complement to the curricula in the schools of business, engineering, and social work, the certificate is also available to the general public. The certificate is available as a fully online or in-classroom certificate.
Certificate in Human Resources Management
The Certificate in Human Resources Management is a 15-unit program composed of three required courses and 6 hours of elective courses:
Required courses (9 units):
|HRM 520||Organizational Behavior and Management||3|
|HRM 559||Strategy Formation and Organizational Effectiveness||3|
|HRM 571||Legal Aspects in Human Resources||3|
Elective courses (6 units):
|HRM 531||Human Resources Management||3|
|HRM 543||Compensation Management||3|
|HRM 544||Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace||3|
|HRM 558||HR Metrics||3|
|HRM 565||Building High Performance, Team-Based Organizations||3|
HRM courses can be found on the Master of Arts in Human Resources Management page of this Bulletin.