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Talented human resource managers are in high demand. UToledo can teach you the skills you need to compete in the job market.
No matter their size or the nature of their business, all companies need human resource professionals.
Human resource management majors at The University of Toledo study the full scope of HR issues. Our undergraduates learn about compensation and benefits, and how to recruit and select employees. They also learn how to retain staff, resolve conflict and build effective teams.
UToledo graduates in the human resource management program find work as human resource generalists or as specialists focusing on recruitment, compensation or benefits. HR professionals work for all kinds of entities, including:
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"What I learned about being successful in the College of Business and Innovation was networking and preparation. Networking can lead you to land great jobs post-graduation. Preparation will help you be efficient and effective for any challenge that may come your way. My advice to current students is go to the job fair at least once. I gained a mentor from the mock interview session. Thanks to his and COBI’s advice, I was able to obtain my position over 250 other candidates."
Kyle Warner, BBA ’14, human resource assistant, Mountain Manor, Maryland Treatment Centers
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"The HR courses are tough but really give you a sneak peek as to what your roles and responsibilities will be as an HR professional. I apply those skills every day. During my last semester at UT, I was the president of the student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management. This really helped me apply the classroom material to real-world situations."
Ashley Kaptur, BBA ’14, human resource generalist, Sunrise Windows Ltd.
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The majority of our human resource management students earn credit and a paycheck through internships. They work closely with the Business Career Programs office in the John B. and Lillian E. Neff College of Business and Innovation. Many internships lead to full-time employment.