Saint Leo University

Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management

Now is the time to pursue your human resource management degree online at Saint Leo University. Do you describe yourself as a “people person”? With an online human resource management degree from Saint Leo, you can become an expert in any organization’s most important asset: its employees. HR professionals play a key role in finding and retaining top talent. Become a leader in this growing field by earning your human resource management degree today.

Saint Leo University has earned official recognition from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) — the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management — for meeting guidelines for an undergraduate human resource program. By enrolling in this online program, you will be able to further your professional career while balancing your work and family life in pursuit of your studies.

As a human resource management student at Saint Leo, you'll focus on people as strategic resources and build an understanding of recruitment, selection and placement, workplace safety and security, and organizational effectiveness.Request More Information »

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