Human Resource Education Programs

What Is a Human Resources Degree?

A human resources degree is an academic degree that is awarded to students who have completed a college, university, or business school program with a focus on human resources or human resources management.

Types of Human Resources Degrees

There are four basic types of human resources degrees that can be earned from an academic program. They include:

A bachelor's degree is another common entry-level requirement. A business degree and experience in areas of human resources can often substitute for a straight-out human resources degree. However, a master's degree in human resources or labor relations is becoming more commonplace, particularly for management positions. A bachelor's degree typically takes three to four years to complete. A master's degree program usually lasts two years. In most cases, you will need a bachelor's degree in human resources or a related field before you can earn a master's degree.

Choosing a Human Resources Degree Program

Choosing a human resources degree program can be difficult--there are many different programs to choose from. The most important thing you can do is make sure the program is accredited. Accreditation ensures the quality of the program. If you earn a human resources degree from a school that is not accredited by an appropriate source, you may have a hard time finding employment after graduation. It can also be difficult to transfer credits and earned advanced degrees if you do not have a degree from an accredited institution.

In addition to accreditation, you should also look at the program's reputation. Does it provide a comprehensive education? Are courses taught by qualified professors? Is the program in line with your learning ability and education needs? Other things to consider include retention rates, class sizes, program facilities, internship opportunities, career placement statistics, and cost. Looking closely at all of these things can help you find a program that is a good match for you academically, financially, and career wise. See a list of the Best Human Resources Programs

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Since other foreign visa programs have been so successful in bringing over indentured servants to the U.S. and driving down wages for engineers and computer professional, legislators are looking into new H-9 Visa Program.
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There are FREE programs in Sacto

2005-11-12 08:25:32 by here-are-a-few

First, here's a good resource center.
Call 1-800-NO-BUTTS
(I'm serious, that's their #!)
They can refer you to lots of options.
Tell them that your friend has that disease, and that he's looking for a support group.
Here's their website:
Another good resource is the United Way
again, they can refer you to places in Sacto:
United Way
8912 Volunteer Ln Ste 200
Sacramento, CA 95826-3224
Sacramento County Dept

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