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College of Business

Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management

A Human Resources Degree that Sets the Stage for a Successful Career

Critical to an organization’s success, HR staff members are the trouble-shooters, futurists and collective conscience of the entire organization. For your success, choose a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management with lots of value and added extras to make your career take off.


Multi-Faceted HR Degree Program Aligned with SHRM

Wilmington University’s bachelor’s degree in human resources program is aligned with the guidelines and degree competencies of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Your HR degree provides training in HR planning, staffing, compensation and benefits, employee/labor relations, staff training and development.

Accelerate into a Master’s in Human Resources Degree

You can choose to take several graduate-level courses during your bachelor’s degree in human resources, which gives you a head start on your human resources master’s degree. Additional options abound in your human resources degree, including: pursuing electives and adding Dual-Credit Certificate programs.

A Human Resources Degree with Valuable Money-Saving Options

In addition to surprisingly affordable tuition, the WilmU undergraduate Human Resource Management degree program offers credit for prior work experience and certifications, which means tuition savings for you. Plus, most courses in the human resources degree program do not require textbook purchases—saving you hundreds of dollars!


Accredited B.S. in Human Resource ManagementThe Wilmington University B.S. in Human Resource Management is accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education.

Finish your human resources degree faster by transferring credits.
40 courses 120 total credits

$1,116 per course

Cost of a typical 3-credit course taken at our
New Castle campus or online. Wilmington University tuition is based on cost-per-credit.
You only pay for the courses you need to complete your HR management degree.

Career and industry outlook for B.S. in Human Resource Management graduates.

Your B.S. in Human Resource Management degree positions you for a rewarding career as an HR professional.

Source: Emsi Economic Modeling, LLC, 2018

2.5% Job Growth

More than 7,500 Annual Openings

$34.11 Median Hourly Earnings


Wilmington University’s curriculum covers all the topics a Human Resources Professional needs to succeed. Credit for HR certifications and the ability to receive credit by examination allowed me to finish my degree even faster. Wilmington University has my ongoing highest recommendation for everyone-my family, my friends and my colleagues. —David Wisor, Jr., A.A in Liberal Arts, B.S. in Human Resources Management, M.S.M. with a Human Resources Concentration, DBA (currently enrolled)
David Wisor, Currently Enrolled Human Resources Student

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