Degrees & Certificates

Human Resources Management

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)


Certificate of Achievement


Management skills are an asset in any career, so a degree in this versatile field can result in a rewarding job, strong salary and professional growth.

Waubonsee’s program gives you a solid foundation in the management principles that are at the core of business operations in every industry, and an essential aspect of day-to-day business and long-term success.

You’ll be ready to move on to a bachelor’s degree — or move straight into the workforce.

Management Courses

Studying Management at Waubonsee

Instruction from our professional, experienced faculty focuses on current management theories and practices, helping improve your understanding of decision-making in various business environments. You’ll explore corporate and management trends in a diverse and changing global landscape, and gain valuable on-the-job experience and college credit with an internship. Along the way you’ll build your communication skills while collaborating with classmates in our state-of-the-art labs and classrooms, and develop confidence to help you make informed decisions in the workplace and in your own life.

Related Extracurricular Opportunities

Honor Society
Business Club

Waubonsee Business Club to gain a better understanding of the business world and provide service to the community

Professional Organizations

Student membership in the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the American Management Association (AMA) for industry networking

Meet Your Faculty


View a listing of faculty members in this program.

Costs and Payments


Learn how affordable your dreams can be at Waubonsee.


Working in Management

Managers are needed in every business to plan, organize, lead and direct major functions to achieve its organizational goals. You’ll acquire leadership and management skills necessary to meet the challenges of the worldwide community, which can lead to work in organizational behavior, employee and labor relations, employment law, human resources, and more.

Career Prospects

Interested in a career in Management? Learn more about our region’s employment outlook and career opportunities you can pursue in this field of study.



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Student Achievement Data

View retention and completion data on students in our Human Resources Management program.