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Developing and Rewarding People at Work Graduate Certificate

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Program Information

Human capital is the main source of competitive advantage in business. Organizations need to know how to develop and reward workers.  In order to develop and compensate workers well, Human Resource professionals must know how to measure workers’ contributions. These tasks have become highly specialized. This certificate is designed to teach the latest in how to measure, develop and reward human capital in organizations. Best practices and the latest in learning and development, compensation and benefits will be taught by professionals working in the Human Resource field. Before the certificate courses can be completed, graduate writing and business proficiencies must be satisfied by taking ENGL 201  and BUS 201  at Golden Gate University. For further information, refer to “Admission to Certificate Programs and Registering for Open Enrollment ”.

Graduate Certificate/Credential Proficiencies

Business Proficiency Requirement

Students admitted to this program are required to possess an understanding of U.S. business practices equivalent to BUS 201 Economic and Regulatory Essentials of U.S. Business . This requirement must be completed in your first term, and you must have completed this requirement no later than your first nine units at GGU. A grade of C- or better is required for BUS 201 Economic and Regulatory Essentials of U.S. Business  . However, graduate students must maintain a 3.00 (B) cumulative grade point average to remain in good standing.

Graduate Writing Proficiency Requirement

Students admitted to this graduate certificate program must meet the graduate writing proficiency requirement within the first nine units of the program by successfully passing the Graduate Writing Proficiency Exam or by completing ENGL 201 Graduate Writing  with a grade of B or better. See “Proficiency in Mathematics, English and Computer Skill Required for Certain Master’s Degrees and Certain Graduate Certificates ”.

Required Courses - 9 units

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