Human Resource Management Certificate

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Required Courses

  • BA210 Legal Environment of Business (3)*
  • BA211 Effective Business Communications (3)
  • BA220 Diversity and Cross-Cultural Management (3)
  • CA205 Oral & Visual Communication (3)
  • MGT208 Principles of Management (3)
  • MGT302 Labor Relations (3)
  • MGT306 International Management (3)
  • MGT312 Human Resource Management (3)
  • MGT321 Organizational Behavior and Theory (3)
  • MGT410 Seminar in Human Resource Managemeent (3)
  • MIS280 Computer Studies and Problem Solving (3)

* Another appropriate course may be substituted with the authorization of the Business Administration Chair

TOTAL CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS = 33 CREDITS

 

Requirements For Completion Of The Certificate Program:

  • A minimum of 18 credits must be completed at Daemen.
  • A minimum grade of C earned in all courses, thereby resulting in a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00.
  • Filing of an Application for Certificate form with the Registrar's Office in the first week of the final term (Fall, Spring, or Summer) prior to program completion. Forms are available upon request from the Business Administration Program Office.  NOTE: Participation in the Commencement ceremony is not applicable to certificate candidates.

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