The Undergraduate Certificate in Human Capital Management (HCM) requires 12 Semester Credit Hours (SCH) of coursework after prerequisites have been satisfied. 

This program offers students a broad application-oriented view of HCM, addressing the role that HR plays in modern organization as much as more complex, dynamic, and strategic element of the investment in human resources. An important part of HCM is the management of employee data, which allows a company to gain deeper insights into employee performance gaps that can be mitigated through better designed and targeted programs.

Requirements for Admission:

Students will be admitted into the Certificate in HCM Program on a competitive basis. Business students must complete MGMT 3303 Intro-Mgmt/Organizational Beha with a minimum grade of B prior to admission. Non-business majors must have completed the following courses prior to admission with a minimum grade of B in each course:MATH 1320 Math for Social Sciences I (C) and MGMT 3303 Intro-Mgmt/Organizational Beha.

Business Students

MGMT 3303Intro-Mgmt/Organizational Beha *3
MGMT 3311Intro to Human Resource Mgmt3
MGMT 3312AIntro to Human Resorc Mgmt Lab1.5
MGMT 4337Compensation/Employee Benefits3
MGMT 3312BEmployee Comp and Benefits Lab1.5
MGMT 4315Human Resource Staffing/Plan3
Total Hours15

Non-Business Students

MATH 1320Math for Social Sciences I (C) *3
MGMT 3303Intro-Mgmt/Organizational Beha *3
MGMT 3311Intro to Human Resource Mgmt3
MGMT 3312AIntro to Human Resorc Mgmt Lab1.5
MGMT 4337Compensation/Employee Benefits3
MGMT 3312BEmployee Comp and Benefits Lab1.5
MGMT 4315Human Resource Staffing/Plan3
Total Hours18

*Must be completed with a grade of B prior to admission in the HCM Academy.