Graduate Certificate in Human Capital
The Graduate Certificate in Human Capital provides deep knowledge of the practices and research based disciplines of Human Capital and Human Resource Management. Participants learn how human capital contributes to the core strategy of an organization. Courses cover key areas associated with human resource competencies as well as knowledge associated with the psychology of people, organizations, and careers. Human capital theory is presented in a practical way, targeted towards HR generalists or non-human resource managers interested in understanding the strategic function of HR in organizations. The program builds on the strengths of GWSB in the areas of human capital development.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits, including 9 credits in required courses and one 3-credit elective course.
|MBAD 6263||Organizations and Human Capital|
|MGT 6290||Special Topics (People Analytics, 3 credits)|
|MGT 6290||Special Topics (Strategic Human Resources Management, 3 credits)|
|One of the following courses:|
|MGT 6210||Leading Teams|
|MGT 6253||Leadership and Executive Development|
|MGT 6259||Employment Law and Ethics|