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The Key to
Any Business

Knowing how to manage people makes you a vital part of any organization.

Professionals with human resources degrees have never been in higher demand. Because the business world is changing, organizations need people who can figure out how to handle those changes while keeping employees happy. With your degree, you’ll get the best of both worlds: job security and the ability to work in any industry.

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Get Involved

Networking, internship opportunities and social events, oh my! Get that and more by joining the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).


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Envision Your Career

Get a better understanding of what your career will look like and stand out to future employers by getting an internship.

Find Internships

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You Deserve It!

You’ve come this far – don’t let finances get in the way of your future. We offer scholarships at UW-Green Bay to help you fund your education.

Apply for a Scholarship

Learn Online

Need a more accessible and flexible way to learn? Our human resource management program is offered fully online so you can learn whenever, wherever you want.

Earn Your Degree Online  
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Broaden Your

Looking to minor in human resource management?

Almost every job requires the ability to work with people, so adding a minor in human resource management can give you a leg up in the professional world. Popular majors that pair well with this minor include management, business administration, public administration and organizational leadership, among others.

HR Management Minor

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Stay in The Loop

What classes do you need to take to graduate on time? How do you get an internship during college? What resources do you have as a college student? Get answers to these questions and more by getting in touch with Heather Clarke, Ph.D.

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