Human Resources Management Degrees in Arizona with School Info

There are four schools within Arizona that have human resource management programs. Read an overview of three institutions' programs, requirements and tuition info and find out which school is the right one for you.

View popular schools

Find schools that offer these popular programs

  • Human Resources Development
  • Labor and Industrial Relations
  • Labor Studies
  • Organizational Behavior

Essential Information

Students in Arizona who are interested in human resources management can pursue degree and certificate programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Some programs offer online coursework. Students who enroll in human resources management certificate programs have the option to enroll simultaneously in bachelor degree programs.

Ottawa University - Phoenix

At this Phoenix school, students can earn a Bachelor of Arts or Master of Arts in Human Resources. These programs are offered on campus or online. The bachelor's degree program includes foundation courses in accounting, economics, statistics and business ethics. Major courses cover compensation and benefits, employment law and staffing, and there's also a capstone course. The master's degree program is designed for working professionals. Students can concentrate their studies in healthcare management or leadership and management. Degree requirements for this program cover managing human resource costs, benefits administration, recruitment, employment law, value systems and case studies in human resources.

Phoenix College

Students attending this Phoenix college can earn a Certificate of Completion in Human Resources Management. Students must complete 23 credits to finish this program. Courses cover computer usage, office ethics, human relations in business, business English and personnel management.

Pima Community College

This Tucson-based school offers an 18-credit human resources certificate. Students take courses in human resource law, benefits and compensations, training and development, labor relations and recruitment. Classes for this program are offered online.

Career Requirements

Most employers seek human resource managers and specialists with bachelor's degrees. To work in some high-level positions, candidates may need master's degrees. While there are no licensing requirements for human resource professionals, voluntary certifications are offered by a number of industry and trade organizations.

School Comparison: At a Glance

School Name School Type & Setting Human Resource Management Programs Offered Undergraduate Tuition & Fees (2015-2016)
Ottawa University - Phoenix Four-year, private not-for-profit; large city Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources,
Master of Arts in Human Resources
Phoenix College Two-year, public; large city Certificate of Completion in Human Resources Management $2,046 in-state,
$7,830 out-of-state*
Pima Community College Two-year, public; large city Human Resources Certificate $1,974 in-state,
$8,610 out-of-state*

Source: *NCES College Navigator

Next: View Schools

What is your highest level of education?

Some College
Complete your degree or find the graduate program that's right for you.
High School Diploma
Explore schools that offer bachelor and associate degrees.
Still in High School
Earn your diploma or GED. Plan your undergraduate education.

Schools you may like:

Popular Schools

The listings below may include sponsored content but are popular choices among our users.

Find your perfect school

What is your highest level of education?