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Prepare your HR students to meet the needs of today’s challenging business landscape by aligning your HR program with SHRM’s recommended curriculum guidelines. Based on extensive research, SHRM’s HR guidelines help bridge the gap between academic excellence and business readiness.
Become a Recognized SHRM Aligned Program
INCREASED PROGRAM EXPOSURE
Have your school listed in the
SHRM HR Program Directory, a resource widely used by prospective HR students.
EXPANDED SHRM PARTNERSHIP OFFERINGSReceive complimentary status in SHRM’s Recertification Provider Program which allows you to award professional development credits for programs or degree courses offered to SHRM Certification credential holders seeking to maintain their credential.
EXTENDED BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESBe provided with the opportunity to apply to become a
SHRM Education Partner and offer SHRM Certification Preparation courses as an additional revenue stream for your school.
ENHANCED STUDENT CAREER DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIESGive students enrolled in your HR program the opportunity to earn a SHRM-CP credential under
SHRM’s Eligibility Program, thereby providing them with a career advantage as they enter the job market.
SHRM offers its alignment review service free of charge to colleges and universities interested in aligning their undergraduate or graduate HR degree program(s) with SHRM’s HR Curriculum Guidelines. To qualify, the program must contain curriculum content that covers the following areas:
Compensation and Benefits
Employee and Labor Relations
Training and Development
HR ACADEMIC PROGRAM DIRECTORY
Includes HR- and HR-related undergraduate and graduate degree programs that align with SHRM’s Human Resource Curriculum Guidelines.
HR CURRICULUM GUIDEBOOK
Provided free of charge to academic institutions seeking quality HR content to supplement or enhance their HR curriculum. The guide provides an overview of SHRM’s extensive research in the area of HR education and defines the minimum HR content areas that should be included in an HR degree program. The resource also provides sample templates for structuring new or modifying existing undergraduate or graduate HR programs to meet SHRM HR curriculum standards.
SHRM is committed to empowering HR faculty with the proper tools and resources needed to create better-prepared entry-level HR professionals through instruction for HR students. Courses and case study content is available free of charge to faculty members in aligned and non-aligned programs who are active SHRM members.
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