Certificate in Human Resource Management Decision Making

The graduate certificate in human resource management decision making is designed to provide individuals who are currently working training in human resource analytics, rewards and strategic HRM.


To be admitted to the HRM decision making certificate program, an applicant must:

  1. Possess an undergraduate degree;
  2. Submit a statement that articulates the applicant's reason for seeking admission to the program (500 words maximum); and
  3. Submit a current resume.

Program Requirements

The HRM decision making certificate consists of 12 credit hours. Nine (9) of the credit hours comprise three required courses. The remaining 3 credit hours are satisfied by completing an elective course. In addition to these requirements, students must meet the Graduate School’s requirements in order to earn this certificate.

Course Title Hours
Required Courses
HRM 803Human Resource Analytics3
HRM 868Rewards3
HRM 885Strategic Human Resource Management3
Select one of the following3
Managing in Diverse Organizations
Advanced Strategic Management
Employment Law
Seminar in Selected Topics
Workshop in Human Resources
Operations Management
Law and Ethics for Business
Management Information Systems
Marketing Analysis
International Business and Competitiveness
Total Credit Hours12