To participate in our 1-year “Earn-While-You-Learn” Apprenticeship Program you must meet specific educational and work experience criteria at the time of enrollment. If you do not have educational or work experience required, you must successfully complete our 6-week Pre-Apprenticeship program (see Digital Bootcamp below).
What Degrees Qualify as HR-Related?
BACHELOR’S: HR-related degrees may include but are not limited to the following: BA or BS in HRM, BA or BS in Management with a concentration in HR, BA or BS in Business Administration with a concentration in HRM, Bachelor of Business Administration with an emphasis in HR, Organizational Behavior, Industrial Relations, Organizational Development, Management and Leadership.
GRADUATE: HR-related degrees may include but are not limited to the following: MA in Human Resource Management (HRM), MS in Human Resources (HR), MA or MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, MA in Management (MAM) with an HR concentration, MBA with a concentration in HRM, Organizational Leadership or Leadership Development with an HR concentration, Human Capital Development, Organizational Behavior, Labor Relations, Industrial Relations.
LESS THAN A BACHELOR’S DEGREE
- ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE: Applicants with less than a bachelor’s degree may have HR-related associate’s degrees that may include, but are not limited to the following: Associate—HR Specialist; Associate—Business: HR Management; Associate—HR Administration.
- CERTIFICATE PROGRAM: Applicants with less than a bachelor’s degree may complete an HR certificate program from an accredited institution consisting of six to eight courses that cover the fundamentals of HR (i.e., Principles of HRM, Compensation & Benefits, Organizational Development, Recruitment & Selection, Employment Law, Training & Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management). A qualifying certificate program typically lasts 18 months.
No Prior Experience or Education in HR? No Problem….