Total program credits needed for graduation: 16
One academic quarter is three months. You will have a three-week break between each quarter.
Choose four from the following courses:
|HRM5015||Leading and Managing Workplace Learning||4 quarter credits|
|HRM5025||Talent Acquisition and Workforce Planning||4 quarter credits|
|HRM5035||Analytics, Metrics, and Decision Making for Human Resource Management||4 quarter credits|
|HRM5045||Enterprise-Aligned Human Resource Management Strategy||4 quarter credits|
|HRM5055||Comprehensive Reward Systems||4 quarter credits|
|HRM5065||Employment Law in the Successful Workplace||4 quarter credits|
|HRM5075||Leading and Influencing for the Human Resource Practitioner||4 quarter credits|
|HRM5112||Certification Examination Preparation for the aPHR, PHR and SPHR||4 quarter credits|
|HRM5115||Certification Examination Preparation for the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP||4 quarter credits|
|HRM5120||Global Human Resource Practice||4 quarter credits|
Note: Certification and Certificates – There is an important distinction between the two terms. The School of Business and Technology offers a variety of graduate certificates. University-sponsored certificates represent an advanced course of study in a specific discipline that is intended to enhance knowledge. However, obtaining a university-awarded certificate is not equivalent to "certification." The term certification refers to the official mandate awarded by a state regulatory board or professional organization to an individual for a specific professional practice.
Each unit consists of readings, discussions, and other activities
you will be expected to complete throughout the week. Assignments are
due on Sundays, though not every course requires an assignment each
In each course, you will receive a detailed scoring guide that describes expectations for every graded assignment.
Grades are based on your participation in weekly reading discussions and completion of assignments. You will also be assessed on your ability to demonstrate an understanding of expected outcomes for your program or specialization. These outcomes are based on the needs and performance standards of your field or discipline.
Learn more about online learning at Capella.
Whether you're completing additional credits for your own education, want to see if online learning is right for you, or are simply interested in a specific topic, you can enroll in many of Capella's online courses without committing to a degree program. We recommend speaking with an enrollment counselor to discuss your goals and ensure that the credits you earn now may be applicable to a Capella degree program.