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Develop the Skills and Knowledge Needed to Succeed in the Contemporary Workplace

The Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Development and Workforce Diversity (HRD/WD) is designed to prepare students for careers in a wide range of professions, local, state, and government agencies, healthcare, and numerous other workforce industries. Earning the HRD/WD certificate demonstrates a dedication to individual growth and lifelong learning.

About the Human Resource Development and Workforce Diversity Certificate

Human Resource Development (HRD) is a growing field of practice that develops the skills and talents needed for today’s workforce. Because the workforce is composed of multiple social groups and social identities, individuals must work collaboratively and cooperatively to achieve competitive advantage for employers. Sustaining a workplace climate that is conducive to learning and development is crucial for that goal.

Program Type

12 hours 

What Can You Do with a Degree or Certificate in Human Relations?

The HRD/WD certificate program is designed to develop:

  • the necessary interpersonal and organizational competencies for applied and practical perspectives of the human resources profession,
  • an awareness of workforce trends influencing human resource practices,
  • an understanding of human behaviors in the workplace and ways that various organizational structures and work processes influence such behavior,
  • critical awareness for minimizing negative workplace behaviors and sustaining a healthy organizational climate,
  • philosophical and ethical perspectives needed to address social justice issues in organizations, and
  • fundamental strategies for designing and implementing programs that attract, develop, and retain workforce talent.

Curriculum

Program Requirements and Required Courses

This graduate certificate offers a program of graduate-level coursework in Human Resource Diversity and Development. Twelve hours of coursework are required:

  • HR Human Resources for the Human Relations Professional
  • HR Organizational Behavior
  • HR Diversity and Justice in Organizations (previously Racial Diversity in Organizations)
  • HR Human Resource Development

Note: You can apply the above courses from the HRD/WD towards a graduate degree in Human Relations. You can also apply related courses earned in the MHR to the HRD/WD. However, you cannot apply courses completed in one certificate program towards another graduate certificate. If you enroll in the certificate program first, you should enroll in the MHR degree program before you complete the last class so that those courses can be applied to the degree.

To earn the HRD/WD certificate, you must be admitted to the MHR program, another Human Relations certificate program, or any other graduate program at the University of Oklahoma. You must complete the Graduate Certificate Program Report (GCPR) form for the graduate certificate you wish to receive and submit it to the appropriate staff member. Faculty contact for the HRD/WD certificate is

Dr. Marilyn Y. Byrd. Email: [email protected] 

You can double count courses towards a graduate degree and a graduate certificate if you are in the MHR program.  However, you cannot double count classes towards more than one graduate certificate.  If you do the certificate first, be sure to enroll in the MHR degree program before you finish the last class so you can count all the classes towards the degree.

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Visit OU's Department of Human Relations Website to learn more.

Sours: https://pacs.ou.edu/certificates/human-resource-development-and-workforce-diversity/

University Human Resources

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  • HR Liaisons


    HR Liaisons provide one-on-one strategic HR support and guidance to managers and non-managers alike. For managers, whether it be developing a strategy to recruit a new employee or managing the performance of members of your team, your HR Liaison can help. For non-managers, HR Liaisons provide personal support and can help connect you with resources and solve HR related issues. 

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Sours: https://www.ohio.edu/hr
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Human Resource Development and Workforce Diversity, Graduate Certificate

The certificate helps students develop the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in the contemporary workplace. Students will learn how to develop human resources and address social justice and diversity issues in work settings.

Certificate Requirements

CodeTitleCredit Hours
H R Human Resources for the Human Relations Professional3
H R Organizational Behavior in Human Relations3
H R Diversity and Justice in Organizations3
H R Human Resource Development3
Total Credit Hours12

A graduate certificate is not a graduate degree. A graduate degree represents a program of independent inquiry beyond the depth of coursework alone, while a graduate certificate represents a set of courses only.

  • All courses must be taken at OU. No transfer credit will apply.
  • No course substitutions are permitted for graduate certificates.
  • Coursework applied to a graduate certificate cannot be more than five years old as of the semester the graduate certificate is awarded.
  • Students must earn a grade point average of or higher on all coursework applied to the graduate certificate.
Sours: https://ou-public.courseleaf.com/arts-sciences/human-relations/human-resource-development-and-workforce-diversity-grad-cert/
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Requirements

All MHR students (M) must take the same 6 hours of core coursework and choose from one of two concentrations, Standard (Q) or Human Resources (Q).

Thesis Option

CodeTitleCredit Hours
H R Research in Human Relations3
H R Introduction to Graduate Studies in Human Relations3
H R Human Resources for the Human Relations Professional3
H R Total Rewards: Compensations and Benefits for HR Management Professionals for the HR Prof3
H R Business Management and Strategic Planning3
H R Workforce Planning & Employment, A Component of Human Resource Management for the HR Prof3
H R Human Resource Development3
H R Employee and Labor Relations for HR Management Professions in Human Relations3
H R Human Resources for the HR Prof Fundamentals of Human Resource Information Systems3
3
H R Research for Master's Thesis (3 hours)3
3

H R

Internship In Human Relations (3 hours)
Total Credit Hours36

Non-Thesis Option

CodeTitleCredit Hours
H R Research in Human Relations3
H R Introduction to Graduate Studies in Human Relations3
H R Human Resources for the Human Relations Professional3
H R Total Rewards: Compensations and Benefits for HR Management Professionals for the HR Prof3
H R Business Management and Strategic Planning3
H R Workforce Planning & Employment, A Component of Human Resource Management for the HR Prof3
H R Human Resource Development3
H R Employee and Labor Relations for HR Management Professions in Human Relations3
H R Human Resources for the HR Prof Fundamentals of Human Resource Information Systems3
3

H R

Internship In Human Relations (6 hours)

H R

Human Relations Capstone (3 hours)

H R

Internship In Human Relations (3 hours)
Total Credit Hours36

Notes

  • At least 15 hours of a student's coursework must be classroom-based HR courses. Internship, Independent Study, Directed Reading, and Practicum are not classroom-based and therefore cannot be counted as part of these 15 hours of classroom-based work. Also, other University of Oklahoma courses and transfer hours do not count as part of these 15 hours.
  • No more than ½ of course work can be S/U graded.
  • MHR students may transfer no more than 9 hours of graduate credit from other universities. These credits must be evaluated by the university. They may not be applied toward individual course requirements without prior graduate liaison approval.
  • MHR students may not apply more than 9 combined hours of transfer credit and OU credit outside the HR program.
  • Other OU Graduate Classes: No more than 9 hours of graduate credit taken in other OU programs may be used toward the MHR degree. These hours must be approved by the graduate liaison.
  • For Non-Thesis students, at least 75% of your course work (27 hours), including the two core courses, must be completed before you take your comprehensive exam.

General Requirements for all Master's Degrees

The master’s degree requires the equivalent of at least two semesters of satisfactory graduate work and additional work as may be prescribed for the degree.

All coursework applied to the master’s degree must carry graduate credit.

Master’s degree programs which require a thesis consist of at least 30 credit hours. All non-thesis master’s degree programs require at least 32 credit hours.

Credit transferred from other institutions must meet specific criteria and is subject to certain limitations.

Courses completed through correspondence study may not be applied to the master’s degree.

To qualify for a graduate degree, students must achieve an overall grade point average of or higher in the degree program coursework and in all resident graduate coursework attempted. A student must also have at least a in all coursework (including undergraduate coursework if any).

Additional information for master's degree students may be found in the Graduate College Bulletin.

Sours: https://ou-public.courseleaf.com/arts-sciences/human-relations/human-relations-resources-master-human-relations/

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Human Resources Studies

The mission of the Master of Human Resources Studies is twofold: first, to educate students in the Human Resources (HR) discipline, and second, to prepare them for careers in HR. Whether you are totally new to the HR discipline and desire foundational HR knowledge or you are already a seasoned HR professional looking for additional education to combine with your experience and certifications to take your career to the next level, the HR concentration is designed for you!

Developed with practicality in mind, Human Resources Studies not only focuses on assisting students in acquiring a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of HR- its breadth and depth, but also on fostering a learning experience that promotes critical application of the acquired knowledge to real world HR scenarios. We believe this holistic approach will uniquely position students to readily enter the HR workforce with the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to contribute meaningfully to organizations.

Below is just a sample of the topics the Human Resource Studies is centered on:

  • Employment Law
  • Workforce Staffing
  • Benefits
  • Compensation
  • Employee and Labor Relations
  • HR Trends and Emerging Issues
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • HR Strategy
  • Learning and Development
  • Technology and HR
Sours: https://www.ou.edu/cas/humanrelations/graduate/programs/hrc
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Human Resources

For information regarding employment services related to the COVID campus information, please visit https://www.oakland.edu/return-to-campus/.

To view the COVID Return to Campus Guidelines document, please visit the Human Resources intranet home page.

Our mission is to cultivate an environment where human endeavor flourishes. We commit to providing high quality, cost effective and timely services. We provide information and guidance in the areas of employee relations, labor relations, employment, benefits, salary administration, personnel records and staff development. We strive to support the University's mission and goals and to meet or exceed related expectations of the Board of Trustees, University administration, University employees, applicants and outside companies with whom the department interacts.

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Sours: https://oakland.edu/uhr/

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