Tabitha Jensen, MBA and interdisciplinary studies alum, was named executive director of Seattle's Teen Feed in May 2013.
Certificate in Human Resources
18 quarter credits
Required Courses (15 crs.)
Human Resources for the Career-minded Professional
Creating Inclusive Trust Cultures
Legal Issues of Managing the Human Organization
Small Business Accounting & Finance or Finance for Business Managers
Professional Seminars (3 crs.)
Students choose three Professional Development Seminars on timely HR issues. Recent seminar offerings include:
Seminar: Leading the Triple Constraint
The triple constraint has become a progressive business model addressing fundamental leadership concepts. Through documented case studies, real-life examples and cutting-edge methodologies, students explore innovative ways to manage change, conflict and motivation.
Seminar: Servant Leadership
This seminar is an introduction to servant leadership, offering examples in companies ranging from a large airline to a retail store chain. Students will examine stories from these workplaces, differentiating servant leadership from the traditional, more hierarchical leadership models.
Seminar: Ethical Codes of Conduct
This seminar will examine the nature and role of ethical codes of conduct in corporations and organizations. Topics include the purpose and benefit of creating a code of conduct; designing, implementing and evaluating an effective ethics program; Sarbanes-Oxley and federal sentencing guidelines; and the role of stakeholders.
Please see current Marylhurst University catalog for complete information.