ares in American business are as critical to the future as human
resources management. And that claim makes great sense: with the US
economy increasingly dominated by services, rather than old line
manufacturing, it's people inside organizations that are firms'
greatest assets - and greatest management challenge. So demand is great
for college graduates who have the skills, educational background, and
passion for managing human resources.
management isn't just about working with people, however. It's about
establishing effective policies that create safe, productive,
comfortable, and ethical working environments. And it's about helping
firms create the kinds of incentives necessary to maintain success in
competitive global markets.
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Why HR Management at Saint Joseph's College?
You will receive the kind of personal attention and guidance in your
studies and career search that is unmatched at larger institutions.
Two paths: SJC offers two ways to study human resources management. First, majors in business administration may choose to concentrate in HR by taking four courses (12 credits). Second, non-business majors may choose to minor in human resources management
Both the concentration and the minor include a requirement that will
payoff directly: You'll be placed in a human resources management
environment with an area firm to continue to learn, practice and
An extensive alumni network means you are easily connected to
professionals. Junior and seniors attend alumni receptions in
Indianapolis and Chicago specifically designed to work on networking