The Bachelor of Science in Human Resources curriculum at Charleston Southern prepares students on subjects including labor relations, law, compensation, employee recruiting, training and development and more.
As businesses expand, human resource professionals are needed to manage the complex issues that business employers and businesses in today's industry. Human resource management professionals deal with recruiting, hiring, and problem solving in businesses.
Overall employment for workers in human resource management positions is expected to grow much faster than the average for all other professions, with a 22 percent growth rate over the next 10 years (Bureau of Labor Statistics). Many entry-level jobs in human resources fields require a Bachelor's degree in something related to human resources, making the Bachelor's in Human Resources and Organizational Management the perfect complement to any human resources candidate's resume.