Human Resources is the hub of any organization.

The human resource management program at UNIBusiness will prepare you for more than just hiring and firing employees. You will learn the fundamentals of performance management and how to create and maintain a safe work environment. You’ll also learn how to set up and establish benefit plans for any organization–large or small, for purpose or for profit.


Human Resources offers a variety of career options.

  • Human Resources Generalist

  • Recruiter

  • Training and Development Specialist

  • Payroll Specialist

  • Compensation and Benefits Specialist

  • Labor Relations Representative





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Human Resource Management courses and electives

Our Human Resource Management curriculum is aligned with the Society for Human Resources Management's standards to ensure you're prepared to take on professional responsibilities the first day on the job.

  • Introduction to Information Systems
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Legal and Social Environment of Business
  • Organizational Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Managerial Problem Solving
  • Employment and Labor Law
  • Staffing and Employee Development
  • Operations Management
  • Compensation and Performance Management Systems
  • Business Policy and Strategy

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Real world experience from human resource student organizations

The award winning UNI student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is affiliated with local and national organizations. Student organizations like SHRM will give you the opportunity to network with industry professionals, visit human resource management departments in large and small organizations, develop leadership skills, learn more about careers in human resource management and participate in conferences at the state, regional and national levels.

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