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Lead Teams to Shared Success as an HR Professional

We’re training the next generation of human resource leaders who are driven to help their colleagues find their niche and sustain professional success. If you’re a strong team player and have a knack for matching skill with opportunity, a career in human resources might be just what you’re looking for. As an HR professional, you’ll be directly responsible for hiring, training, motivating and providing benefits to employees, as you tap into your passion for humanity, equality and the dignity of all workers.

The B.S. in Human Resource Management program at Regis will prepare you for any number of professional roles, including organizational consultant, change implementation specialist, human resource manager, labor relations specialist, recruit manager or performance manager. You can also fast-track your HR education with our combined bachelor’s to master’s pathway, earning both degrees at a faster pace and more affordable cost via our FastForward program.

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Program Snapshot

Program Format
Online + on-campus classes
8-week terms

Transfer Friendly
Transfer up to 90 credits

Key Dates
Starts are offered in January, March, May, July, August, and October

Join Regis Alumni Working As:

Organizational Consultant

Organizational Consultants help businesses and organizations make sure that the workplace is running smoothly and that the employees will be set up for success. Organizational Consultants are also known as industrial-organizational psychologists.

Change Implementation Specialist

Implementing change throughout a business can be a difficult but necessary venture in order for companies to succeed. Change Managers are responsible for planning for, implementing and monitoring the effectiveness of institutional and business process changes.

Human Resource Manager

Human Resource Managers make sure that all benefit plans and resources are in place and also help with the recruitment and hiring process of new employees.

Labor Relations Specialist

Labor Relations Specialists work on the collective bargaining agreements that serve as legal guidelines for employee and management relations. Labor Relations Specialists should expect to work with a variety of clients that have different expectations and duties.

Recruit Manager

Recruit Managers are responsible for overseeing the recruitment process of a business or company. Recruit managers are employed by a variety of companies such as law firms, health care providers and retail stores.

Performance Analyst

The main responsibility of Performance Analysts is to assess the system performance of a company or organization. In addition to assessing system performance, Performance Analysts should also expect to provide advice to companies about reducing costs to become more profitable.

Kathleen Dodaro

"If you do something that you truly enjoy, you will feel like you never worked a day in your life"

Name: Kathleen A. Dodaro, Ph.D.
Title: Senior Lecturer
Hometown: Westminster, CO

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By the Numbers

Median salary for HR managers*
HR manager jobs in the U.S.*
Employers who say attracting and retaining talent is their biggest challenge**

*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
**HR Dive

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Combine Your Bachelor's and Master's with the Regis FastForward Program

The FastForward program at Regis enables you to earn both a bachelor's and master's degree at the same time and get on the fast track to success. Through our dual degree combination options, you can complete both degree programs at a faster pace and a more affordable cost.

Program Details

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BA 4280: Talent and Performance Management

Acquire and maintain talented, diverse employees in alignment with the business needs of an organization. 

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BA 4354: Organizational Behavior

Explore the concepts of behavior in relation to employee motivation, job satisfaction and leadership within organizations.

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BA 4950: Ethical Decision Making in Business

Examine ethical issues in business including whistleblowing, employee rights and corporate social responsibility. 

To apply to the B.S. in Human Resource Management program, you will need:

  • Completed online application
  • Official transcripts from prior college(s)
  • Resume
  • Admissions essay

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Tuition for the 2022-2023 academic year: $572 per credit hour
For information on program-specific fees visit regis.edu/cost. Tuition and fees are subject to change.

Total program credits: 120 (credits taken at Regis University will vary based on your number of transfer credits)

Earning your Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management from Regis sets you apart and prepares you for professional success — think of it as an investment in your future. And you may be closer to graduation than you realize. View the Transfer Guide for a complete list of transfer credit equivalents that can save you time and money. Between our generous transfer policies, scholarship opportunities and financial aid packages, advancing your education is within reach. Explore our Investing in Your Future undergraduate financing guide for lots of helpful tips.

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A Culture of Excellence

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The Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management is offered by the Management and Leadership department in the Anderson College of Business and Computing.