Management - Human Resources

Discover what you can learn and where a human resources track can take you.College of Business Administration is fully accredited by AACSB International

The management concentration in human resources provides students with opportunities for learning in a mixture of courses oriented around a general theme of interpersonal relations and the dynamics of organizing to achieve common goals. This includes teamwork, working effectively with others, and interacting productively with an increasingly diverse body of co-workers.

Students in a classroom


  • Working with people
  • Helping people to build successful careers
  • Dynamic teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Organizing to achieve common goals

icon Learn

  • Organizational behavior
  • Human resource law
  • Human resource management
  • Labor relations
  • Entrepreneurship and venture initiation
  • Small business management
  • Quality and production management


  • Career development specialists
  • Human resources managers
  • Labor negotiators
  • Human resources technology specialist

iconCareer Opportunities

  • E.& J. Gallo Winery
  • Foster Farms
  • Emanuel Medical Center
  • Grimbleby Coleman CPAs, Inc.
  • G3 Enterprises
  • Atherton & Associates
  • Foster Farms
  • Stanislaus County
  • Merced County Office of Education
  • Moss Adams LLP

icon Degrees and Programs

  • ​Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with concentrations available in:
    - Accounting
    - Computer Information Systems
    - Finance
    - General Business
    - Management
       • Human Resources Track
       • International Business Track
       • Strategy/Entrepreneurship Track
    - Operations Management
    - Marketing
  • Minor in Business Administration

Human Resources Student

"CSU Stanislaus helped me to overcome the challenges of moving to a new country, adapting to a different educational system, and learning the nuances of a different culture within a diverse student population. Graduating with an emphasis in human resources has prepared me well to meet the rigors of professional experience."

Michael Khoshaba
Human Resources Student