Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Management

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What is Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management?

Human resources professionals recruit, interview, and hire new staff, as well as consult with top executives on strategic issues, such as creating a satisfying and effective workplace. They work in nearly every industry overseeing activities that include regulatory compliance, payroll, training and benefits.

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Why study Organizational Behavior and Human Resources at UNT Dallas?

At UNT Dallas, you can intern or participate in human resources research projects with organizations like the YMCA and Life School, and attend community meetings relevant to the program’s content and course offerings. You will have the opportunity to graduate with the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) Assurance of Learning Assessment completed. Successful students will earn the SHRM Certificate of Learning. UNT Dallas is the most affordable four-year university in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and the Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management degree program faculty provides you with in-depth HR coursework on topics such as human interactions in the workplace, leadership, technology, motivation, and hiring processes.

How likely am I to get a job in organizational behavior and HR management after graduation from UNT Dallas?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of human resource managers will be strong in the coming years. Increases in jobs will come from changes in employment law, healthcare, retirement planning, family leave and labor relations. The best jobs will seek college graduates with specialized training and industry certification.

What are the career options with a UNT Dallas Organizational Behavior and HR Management degree?

  • Labor relations manager
  • Employee relations manager
  • Payroll manager
  • Recruiting manager
  • Compensation and benefits manager
  • Training and development manager
  • Human resource generalist
  • Placement specialist
  • Personnel recruiter
  • Employment interviewer