Online Business Management Degree - Human Resource Management Concentration

Study Human Resource Management (HRM) with one of the few undergraduate HRM degrees offered nationwide!

Do you want a stable job, with a strong career ladder? One that won’t limit you to any one industry? Then pursue a career in Human Resource Management.

Every company, no matter the industry, has a Human Resources presence working to recruit, manage and engage employees. So it’s no wonder that the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the market demand for HR professionals to increase by over 9% in the next decade - an above average growth.

Bay State College recognizes this. In keeping with our commitment to offer in-demand, career-focused programs, we drew upon the guidelines developed from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) to create this unique curriculum – one of the few undergraduate HRM degrees offered in the United States.

Get a comprehensive background in all aspects of business management. Learn from professors with real-world, professional experience in the HRM field. Then complete an internship, with access to all of the industry-leading companies Boston has to offer!

It’s all possible at Bay State College.

Possible Careers

  • Human Resource Assistant
  • Human Resource Coordinator
  • Human Resource Specialist
  • Recruiter
  • Benefits Assistant
  • Hiring Coordinator
  • Compensation and Benefits Specialist/Manager
  • Training and Development Specialist/Manager
  • Recruitment Specialist/Manager
  • Compliance Officer
FAQ

What are the computer requirements for participation in an online program?

Answer

Students must have access to a working computer, reliable internet connection, and an updated internet browser is necessary. Below is a link to a browser test provided by It's Learning. Once the test is completed it is possible to use the 24/7 tech support for any questions about the results.

http://support.itsolutions.no/browsertest/TestPage.aspx

Minimum Bandwidth - 56 k/bits or higher

Browser - It's Learning is tested in the most common browsers which, right now, are the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Safari.

Operating System - No specific operating system is required

Screen Resolution - Minimum 1024 x 768