Online Degrees

Your Path to a Greater Future Starts Here

Many students feel like they can’t complete a degree for a number of reasons – the most common are: time and money. With an online degree, now a college education is accessible to many people who would not otherwise be able to attend school. Most online degrees can be completed on your own time, or have limited times where they are supposed to be online.

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Employee-facing

Many jobs in human resources deal directly with the people in the business. From recruiting and training to working as a human resources manager or director, these HR careers have you doing hands-on with the most important part of any organization.

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Operational HR roles

Some human resources roles deal more with administrative work, policy and legal issues facing organizations. These roles are more of a business role and require less day-to-day interaction with other employees.

What is Human Resources?

The term Human Resources is used to describe both the personnel within an organization and the department of a business that dealing with the hiring, administration and training of employees. Typically, any activity related to employee well-being is the responsibility of HR, so that includes benefits administration, training, performance management, employee satisfaction, employee assistance and more.
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More than numbers

A human resource is a single person within your company, and human resources refers to the collective group of people who make up your organization. Contrasted with financial and material resources, a human resources department deals solely with the people.

Find your ideal HR career

 
Whether you like dealing with people, numbers, laws or policies, there is a place in human resources for every personality type. Our comprehensive career guide takes a look at many different paths you can take within the human resources field. If you are looking for a role that is challenging, always changing and will keep you directly on the pulse of any business, then HR is the field for you.
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HR Associate's Degree

Get an entry level position in HR as a specialist or administrator with an associate’s degree in Human Resources.

Bachelor's in HR

Advance your career in Human Resources with a Bachelor’s degree in HR for more opportunity for promotions and salary.

Master's in HR

Get to the highest levels in your Human Resources career with graduate-level education in a Master’s program.

Benefits Manager

Depending on the size of the company, the benefits manager does everything from find the right benefits to sign ups.
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Earn Your Degree

A degree is a necessary beginning to a career in human resources. The vast majority of jobs require at least a bachelor’s degree, and more and more management positions will only consider master’s degree recipients.
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Get Certified

There are many certifications that will help you in your career, and some are even a precursor to employment. From SHRM to HRCI, there are certifications for all levels and specialties in HR that will set you apart and keep you fresh and always learning.
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Begin Your Career

Working as an HR professional is never boring. There are a variety of job functions, a wealth of people to work with and countless ways to grow and change your career. Starting in an entry-level position, you can advance easily with time and more education.