Human resource management ranks on top high paying jobs list
- June 21, 2013 5:15am
Want a well-paying career without having to go to graduate school? Check out CSUEB’s Human Resource Management Certificate program! In the recent Yahoo! article, “Seven High-Pay Jobs, No Grad School Required,” human resource management was ranked one of the highest paying jobs that doesn’t require a lot of education.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the median wage for human resources managers is $99,720 a year.
CSUEB’s Human Resource Management Certificate program, which can be completed in 6 to 9 months, provides students with a working knowledge of all evolving aspects of the field.
The program is conveniently offered at the main Hayward Campus for Saturday classes, and CSUEB’s downtown Oakland Center for classes held during the week.
Admission to the Human Resource Management Certificate program is open to any interested student who can satisfactorily complete the program coursework. Individual courses can also be taken without formal admission to the certificate program.
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