Human Resources Management

If you are interested in starting a program before the date listed, please contact Mark Barton at mark.barton@scottsdalecc.edu.


Human resources managers are in charge of an organization’s most important resource: its employees. HR managers plan, direct, organize, and control the administrative functions of organizations. They are involved in recruiting, interviewing, hiring, and training of new staff; developing compensation structures for employee groups; and strategic planning for the company’s staffing needs. The job outlook for HR managers is very high in the Scottsdale area, as there are currently not enough people to fill positions.

Program Code

5580 Certificate Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Human Resources Management Fall 2020

 

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Program Contacts

Mark Barton, Program Director
Office: BUS 130
Phone: (480) 425-6913
mark.barton@scottsdalecc.edu

Sue Sandblom, Department Chair
Office: BUS 126
Phone: (480) 425-6792
susan.sandblom@scottsdalecc.edu

Brenda Lawson, Division Secretary
Office: BUS 121
Phone: (480) 423-6253
brenda.lawson@scottsdalecc.edu

Program Notes:

Transfer Options

This program does NOT transfer into a business degree program at a university. To pursue a bachelor’s degree in business, please follow the Business University Transfer (ABUS) program.

Career Outlook

The career outlook for human resource managers is good with a projected growth rate of 5% - 9% in the next 10 years.

Employment Outlook*

The salary range for human resource professionals in Arizona is $32,680 - $92,690, depending on the number of years of experience and the level of college degree.

Job titles associated with entry-level management include:

  • Corporate Recruiter
  • Employment Specialist
  • Entrepreneur (business owner)
  • Human Resources Specialist (HR Specialist)
  • Personnel Coordinator

*Source: Occupational Information Network (O*NET) at https://www.onetonline.org.

Learning Opportunities
  • Business internships
  • DECA(student business association with professional development opportunities)
  • Service learning and volunteerism