Manage a business’s most valuable asset: people.

No business can succeed without the right team of employees. By working in human resources, you can use your people skills to help companies find those perfect employees.

Our bachelor’s degree program in human resource management can help you start a career in one of today’s fastest-growing fields. As long as businesses exist, there will be a need for human resources professionals to recruit new talent, oversee compensation and benefits, and handle employee relations.

Working in human resources involves a very wide range of skills and knowledge. This program is led by experienced working professionals who focus on helping you learn the most important skills and information it takes to succeed on the job. By combining classroom learning and practical experience, you’ll graduate from this program with a very well-rounded education that can help take you far in your career.

Careers in human resources can also be very fulfilling and rewarding since you’ll be helping people find jobs that are right for them. After completing this program, you’ll be prepared to find work in a position such as human resources manager, training and development manager, HR generalist, HR coordinator, or employee relations manager. And with so many different types of organizations to potentially work in, you’ll be able to take your career in any direction you like.

Academic Policies & Requirements 

Bachelors of Business Adminstration — Human Resource Management

Career Facts

$106,910

Median Yearly Income

9%

Outlook 2014 - 2024

N/A

Median Salary for Executives

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Featured Alumni

It’s a really tight knit group of faculty members that actually work in the field and can help you grow as a student and in your business… Baker is pretty career focused on a lot of things where they kind of set you  on a path and help you along to get to your career goal.

- Kevin Stankovich, Business Owner B.S. Interior Design, A.S. Architectural Construction
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