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Human Resource Law (Graduate)

Program Description

Human Resource Law Certificate (Graduate)

The Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Law prepares students for a career in compliance and the law as it pertains to employment. Students presently working in human resources or a related field will receive a focused legal education regarding compliance and ethics. Courses are offered 100% online enabling students to keep their jobs and continue developing their professional resume.


Upon successful completion of the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Law, students will have acquired the knowledge and skills to:

  • Apply the regulations that safeguard the protection of people against unlawful discrimination.
  • Train in ethics and compliance.
  • Assess the legal and ethical climate of global HRM.
  • Study crucial issues in human resources rules and regulation and apply employment regulations with regard to privacy and theft.

Program Plan for the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Law

BUS 600 Contract Law 3
BUS 625 Employment Law 3
MGT 514 Human Resource Management 3
LGS 632 Legal Research 3
LGS 630 Legal Writing 3
MGT 528 Alternative Dispute Resolution 3

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