Graduates with an associate’s degree in Human Resources Administration qualify for entry-level positions, such as basic human
resources generalists. Human Resources Administration associate’s degree holders often also enter into specialized human resources
roles in private, public and nonprofit organizations; human resource clerks, Human Resources assistants and assistant recruiters are
some of the most popular jobs. Others work as training and development coordinators, payroll assistants and compensation or benefits
After completing the Associate Degree in Human Resources Administration program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate proficiency with various elements of human resource management, including compensation, labor relations,
recruiting, staffing, training, and performance management.
- Discuss why training and development are important to the success of an enterprise and how training and development are
successfully carried out in an enterprise.
- Identify the main goals of a compensation function and describe the strategic role played by compensation practices for
enterprises in competitive environments.
- Demonstrate a foundation of business knowledge related to business ownership, marketing, risk management, and social
- Apply sound management principles to the functions of planning, organizing, leading, controlling, and decision making within a
- Identify and apply the fundamental principles of public speaking, speech criticism, audience analysis, and effective delivery
- Demonstrate a basic understanding of computer applications, and the broad implications of technological innovation on social
organization in terms of personal, political, economic, and environmental issues.
- Demonstrate proficiency with English composition, including the ability to develop essays, and revise and edit one's work.
- Demonstrate basic mathematical skill by describing mathematical reasoning and logic as the basis for data analysis, and by
applying the major concepts of college-level algebra.