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Human Resources Management

Human Resources Management

Chestnut Hill College’s Accelerated Adult Degree Program is designed for the adult learner. The Human Resources Management program teaches you how companies and organizations can achieve success through strategically managing human resources functions. The curriculum presents current issues and practices that focus on state-ofthe-art human resources management, organizational research, and staff training and development. You will build the skills and competencies necessary to pursue and advance your HR career, as well as prepare yourself for graduate studies in business.

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Philippe Sainvil, B.S. in Human Resources Management

“The faculty at Chestnut Hill College are very helpful in providing the resources needed for every student to succeed. As far as the HRM major itself, I would tell a prospective student that the program has a lot to offer in regard to post education employment and success.”

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Major Core Requirements

  • Principles of Management
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Math for Business I
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Legal Environment of Business
  • Psychology of Leadership
  • Human Resources Management
  • Employee Training and Development
  • Compensation Benefits
  • Employer Relations
  • Senior Seminar

Major Elective Requirements

Any three of the following courses are required as major electives:

  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Diversity Issues
  • Business Writing and Communications 
  • Risk and Insurance
  • Government and Business
  • Special Topics
  • Internship

Off-site Locations

In addition to the main campus, classes are also offered at convenient off-site locations including: Father Judge High School in Northeast Philadelphia, Bonner Prendergast Catholic High School in Drexel Hill, Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell, and the University Center at Montgomery County Community.

Transferring Credits

Students can transfer up to 75 credits from another accredited college or university. Prior Learning Assessment options can also help you earn credits for on-the-job experience and training programs.

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For more information or to schedule a personal visit with an Admissions Representative:

Call - 215-242-7704 | Email - adultdegree@chc.edu | Visit - chc.edu/scpsvisit