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Associate Degree in Human Resources

The Associate Degree in Human Resources is a 4-semester program of study that includes 24 credit hours of college-level general education courses rounded out by electives and subject matter essential to effective personnel management. Specifically known as an Associate of Science Degree in Human Resource Administration, the program introduces students to core business administration theories and techniques, ethics, and employment law, as well as to the human relations aspects of employee recruitment, management, training, and more.

For students who wish to continue to the next degree level, successful graduation from this program can lead to a Bachelor’s Degree in business, management, or marketing, culminating in a Human Resource Management, Master of Business (MBA) degree.

At Ashworth College, enrollment in the Human Resource Administration Associate Degree program offers career development that frees aspiring students from obstacles like required minimum standardized test scores. The only prerequisite is a high school diploma or equivalent.

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What you get

  • Textbook and/or comprehensive online resources
  • Online course materials and assessments
  • Personalized career guidance and exclusive Career Tools
  • The opportunity to participate in our live graduation ceremony
$59,180

median salary

Job opportunities

HR professionals can find themselves in almost any work setting—commercial, legal, government, education—with a diverse range of frontline responsibilities. That means they need to be flexible, versatile, and well-versed in many different aspects of HR. As a result, human resource specialists command a median annual salary of $59,180*. Whether or not you earn your Human Resource Associate Degree online as a step toward your bachelor’s degree, you can expect it to be a career asset in its own right—and help boost your earning potential.

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Enroll in one semester at a time and complete each of four semesters in as little as six months.

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Take specialized courses in Human Relations, Employment Law, and Compensation and Benefits.

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Frequently asked questions

You may be taking your first steps into higher education. Or you may be considering online study for the first time. Whatever your situation, we’re here to guide you through the process and answer any questions you have.

An Associate Degree in Human Resource Administration can be a great asset in your career search. Earning a human resources associate degree online shows that you are self-motivated to learn specialized, professional skills. Human resources departments in small and large businesses, organizations, and agencies of all kinds need talented, skilled specialists. Your Associate Degree in Human Resource Administration should take you far.

Yes! All students in the Associate Degree in Human Resource Administration program receive personalized career assistance. We’ll help you create an impactful resume, prepare for interviews, and explore job opportunities that may be available in your area.

We allow you up to four (4) years from the date of your enrollment to complete your studies and earn your Human Resource Administration Associate Degree online. A self-paced, flexible study schedule is one of the many advantages of pursuing your education at Ashworth College.

Related programs

Want to move your HR career to the next level? Check out our range of human resources programs, all of which are flexible, affordable, and accredited. They include:

State requirements

A career in this field may require you to meet certain licensing, training, and other requirements that can vary by vocation and state. You should check with your state, local government, and/or licensing board to find out which requirements may be applicable in your state. Click here for contact information on state licensing/regulatory boards and certain professional licensing information.

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