Did You Know?
A business background and internship experience are two important characteristics employers look for in human resources professionals — and they are two key components of the Human Resource Management major at Bay Path.Source
Human Resource Management majors study the fundamentals of human resources to learn how to effectively manage and coordinate the employees of a business.
To succeed in this field, you must have confidence and strong communication and analytical skills. The two “O’s” are also important—objectivity and organization. As a human resource professional, your tasks could include recruiting and hiring, compensation and benefits, policies, mediation, and training.
As a Human Resource Management major, you will: