“…Penn State was a large beautiful school. It offered many different fields for students to choose to major in. There were many activities to do, organizations to join, and people to meet.” – Michelle
The success of an organization is determined by its team. It's the human resources management professional, whose key job is people, to ensure that the best choices are made not only for the organization, but for management and employees as well. If you have a passion for people, this is the may be the major for you. Human resources management majors can expect to take courses exploring subjects such as personnel and organizational policy, labor relations employment law, compensation systems, and recruitment and selection. Students should also consider join a professional organization, such as the Society for Human Resource Professionals, an association dedicated to the advancement of human resource professionals. Human resources management majors develop skills that allow them to work in a variety of roles. You could work as a personnel administrator, human resources manager, benefits coordinator, affirmative action coordinator, human resources information systems specialist, recruiting manager, training and development manager, or labor relations manager.