Human Resource (HR) professionals play a vital role in organizations by recruiting, managing, and retaining talented employees. HR professionals support business operations by contributing to workforce training, leadership development, staffing design, compensation and benefits administration, labor relations management, risk management, and health and safety program administration.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) recommends majoring in HR in order to be well-prepared specifically for this career. In keeping with SHRM’s recommendations, Immaculata offers a balanced curriculum of liberal arts and a well-rounded business education, including economics, general business, business and labor law, accounting, marketing, management and statistics.
In addition, Immaculata’s core values of service and integrity will help you become a service-oriented, ethical professional who is well equipped to support your organization.
The program is designed to produce graduates who are proficient in:
Assessing the market positioning of firms
Evaluating organizational behavior
(structure, management, leadership, culture, etc.)
Reflecting on business outcomes
Exercising effective interpersonal, communication, and analytical skills
Using technology effectively to enhance productivity