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A degree in HR management gives you a wide range of opportunities.

When you think of human resources, working in an office comes to mind. But your options are broader than that – because our program teaches how to manage people, you can work anywhere, from a construction site to a factory floor to higher education.

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STRONG Job Growth

10% job market growth for human resource specialists in the U.S. through 2030, U.S. Dept. of Labor.

Earning Potential

Businesses know the value of your knowledge. The median salary for HR managers in the U.S. is $121,220.U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.


Because Green Bay has a host of national companies like Schneider and KI, your skills are in high-demand.

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With a degree in human resource management, you’re well prepared to move into any career path you choose. Not sure where to start? Some of our recent graduates have gotten jobs like:

  • Human Resources Coordinator
  • Project Manager
  • Accounts & Enrollment Specialist
  • Training Manager
  • Employee Relations Specialist
  • Budget Analyst
  • Business Benefits Consultant
  • Recruitment Support Specialist

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Cassie Bougie-Genke, Employee Engagement Manager at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center

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"HR truly does open the doors to so many opportunities in any business area. Knowing human resources management is essential in any career that works directly with people."

Cassie Bougie-Genke '19
Employee Engagement Manager at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center

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Career Confusion?

Need some guidance to figure out your career path? Want to know how to apply for jobs? Get in touch with your professors – they’re here to help!

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