Program Overview

For those who have considered getting involved in a Human Resource Department of a business, Lehigh Carbon Community College offers the Human Resource Management Certificate (HMNC) for interested students. The certificate program is an alterative for those who want to learn more about Human Resource Management without having to spend 4 years at a university. Students will be exposed to several human resource topics that may help them better understand this field.

The certificate requires students to complete a total of 30.5 credits. The program can typically be completed in two full semesters and one summer session. Students will take on average 12 credits in the two full semesters and only 6.5 in the summer session. Students will be taking an array of courses such as: Intro to Business Organization, Business Law, Principles of Accounting, and Recruit, Training, and Evaluating Employees. Students are able to transfer all of the course credit to the A.A.S. degree is Human Resource Management.

Upon completion of this program, students should be able to describe business enterprise concept, demonstrate and integrate computer literacy, and apply legal principles and accounting principles. Overall, Lehigh Carbon Community College aims to allow students to study and gain skills needed to effectively attain and maintain an organization’s most valuable resource personnel. Students may potentially be accepted for jobs as a benefits coordinator personnel records supervisor, training and development coordinator, recruitment specialist, or any other human resource based entry-level position.

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    Degree Level: Certificate

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

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    Accreditation & Licensing

    Middle States Commission on Higher Education

    School Overview

    Lehigh Carbon Community College is a two-year public school located in Shnecksville, Pennsylvania. LCCC was founded as Lehigh County Community College in 1966 and constructed new facilities to hold classes in 1972. The college changed to its current name in 1994 to increase enrollment form the nearby Carbon County.

    LCCC offers two-year associate degrees, certificates and specialized diploma programs, and workforce training for students studying either full-time, part-time or online. Classes are offered during the daytime, evening, and weekend.

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