HR Administration Minor
with any Bachelor's
Would you like to make an impact on a company’s training and development or compensation and benefits? If so, human resources is the field for you. As companies increase recruitment efforts and need more job-specific training, demand for human resources professionals is expected to increase. With Florida Tech, you can minor in human resources administration with any bachelor's degree major. This degree program is useful in any business and provides the academic foundation and leadership skills required for professionals interested in human resources careers. Specialized HR Minor Admin courses teach job-related skills in interviewing, hiring and training. An important component of this curriculum includes preparation for the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and the Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) certification examinations.
Learn How to
- Utilize organizational training theory, methodology and evaluation
- Focus on people as strategic resources who influence organizational effectiveness
- Examine legal perspectives on job evaluation, wages, pay equity and benefits
How You’ll Benefit From a Human Resources Administration Minor w/any Bachelor’s Degree
- Learn strategies for attracting, assessing, acquiring and withdrawing personnel.
- Understand forces shaping future training development as well as current practices.
- Gain skills you can apply immediately in the workplace.
Who Should Enroll
This Human Resources Administration Minor is designed to expose you to principles of human resources including selecting, placing, training and developing personnel. Anyone who wishes to work in the field of human resources will benefit.
Take the first step toward earning your HR Administration Minor w/any bachelor’s degree with Florida Tech's online Quick Apply process.
Human Resources Careers
Armed with a bachelor’s degree that features an HR Administration Minor, you’ll be a stronger candidate for jobs and promotions — and you’ll find a wide variety of human resources careers. A bachelor’s degree with an HR minor is valued by many employers seeking professionals who can impact critical business factors such as employee training and job satisfaction. It’s highly sought after for a number of human resources career positions including: