Propel your career in management, turbocharge your leadership skills and learn what it takes be a successful human resources professional.

Our Accelerated Degree Programs (ADP) are designed for busy professionals who wish to advance their careers by earning a bachelor’s degree, while maintaining commitments to work and family. ADP serves adults who can schedule their time carefully, discipline themselves to meet the rigorous demands of the program and want to complete an undergraduate degree in a Christian setting.

Career Opportunities

  • Human Resource Manager
  • Human Resource Generalist
  • Employment and Recruitment Specialist
  • HR Coordinator
  • Human Resource Labor Relations Representative
  • HR Budget, Planning and Communication Liaison
  • HR Specialist
  • HR Assistant

Study Format

  • 100% Online

Degree Overview

The Bachelor of Science in human resource management provides students with a fundamental understanding of the workplace, human capital and how to provide value to any organization. 

Human resource professionals contribute to the successful operation of an enterprise by motivating employees, enforcing government regulations, handling labor negotiations, establishing competitive employee benefits, and developing training programs for maintaining a successful workplace with optimal productivity.

Equipped with a basic understanding of the fluctuating landscape of corporate culture, graduates may proceed immediately to employment in small businesses, nonprofit organizations, private corporations and global enterprises.

For details about required course descriptions, please visit our online catalog.

Career Outlook

The job outlook for human resource managers with at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution remains quite strong.

As organizations expand their operations and adhere to rapidly evolving federal and state employment laws, a significant demand for HR managers to administer these personnel programs is forecast. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the employment of human resources managers will grow at an average rate of 7%, creating an anticipated 12,600 new jobs from 2021 to 2031.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage in 2021 was $126,230 for human resources managers. Online career tracker Human Resources MBA notes that “earning a bachelor’s degree in human resources will place you on the track to planning, directing, and coordinating HR activities.”

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