NOTICE: We are currently open and available to assist in-person Monday - Thursday 9 AM - 8 PM, and Fridays 9 AM - 4 PM. You can also call us at (801) 581-6461 or send us an email at email@example.com. For more information on university COVID-19 protocols on campus visit https://coronavirus.utah.edu.
Classes focus on hands-on learning and real-world examples.
Complete the program in a single semester.
The Human Resources Management program gives you the foundation needed for a successful career by providing the skills necessary for you to align human resource practices to any professional organization. The courses within the program are results-oriented and practical, with real-world examples and exercises. Human resources management topics covered in the program include employee recruitment and selection, total rewards, conflict resolution in the workplace, employment law, and more.
Students may also register for classes individually rather than the full program.
If you would like to supplement your human resources knowledge with deeper diver into employment law, we recommend that you concurrently enroll in the Employment Law Microcredential, a 3-class program that you can complete this semester. If you choose to concurrently enroll, register for all classes in the Human Resources Program except for PROED 304: Employment Law, as that class is also part of the Employment Law Microcredential and will count towards your HR program requirements.
Schedule: Classes are generally offered each semester during one of the following times:
1-day in-person classes: Weekdays from 9 am to 4 pm (with a 1-hour lunch)
2-day in-person classes: Weeknights from 6 to 9 pm
Classes may be offered online, conforming to the same schedule or with a primarily asynchronous option.
Tuition: Each in-person class is $279/$1898 total upon completion*
There is a $25 fee required to register for the full program. Registration and payment of the $25 nonrefundable fee, signifies the intent to complete all courses associated with this program. Fees cover additional student services provided for our program students.
Tuition is due at the beginning of each course.
Financial aid is not available for this noncredit program. Students are encouraged to inquire with their employers to determine if tuition assistance is available.
* Tuition listed above is for the 2021-2022 academic year, and subject to change without advance notice. Online options, when available, may result in a lower overall tuition.
Most daytime classes: University of Utah Sandy Center One Sandy Center 10011 Centennial Pkwy, Suite 100 Sandy, UT
Most evening classes: Continuing Education Building Research Park 540 Arapeen Drive Salt Lake City, UT
This program is entry-level, with no prerequisites. Register for the program, then complete 7 required classes within 1 year with a grade of “Satisfactory” to successfully complete the program, and to earn the completion award and digital badge.
Conflict Resolution in the Workplace
Policies and Procedures for Human Resources
Employee Recruitment and Selection
Organizational Training and Development
Managing Generational Diversity
Total Hours of Instruction: 40
Note: If you choose to concurrently enroll in the Employment Law Microcredential, register for all classes in the Human Resources Management Program except for PROED 304: Employment Law. That class is also part of the Employment Law Microcredential and completion of it will count towards your HR program requirements.
Complete the program in a single semester. Classes are scheduled so you can complete all 7 in a single semester to more quickly meet your goals.
Gain a solid foundation for a lucrative career – or improve your current career. The knowledge you gain in this program can help you build a strong foundation for entering the field of human resources, and it is in-depth enough that practicing HR managers will be able to use the knowledge to immediately begin improving talent retention and employee relations.
Learn from experts in the field. Each class is taught by an experienced instructor currently working in human resources, ready to bring their experience on the job to you.