Online Certificate

Professional in Human Resources and Senior Professional in Human Resources

Solidify your credibility as an HR leader with our in-class Professional in Human Resources® (PHR®), or Senior Professional in Human Resources® (SPHR®) certificate program.

This Program Is a Great Fit For

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Working Adults

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Aspiring Human Resources Professionals

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Recent High School Graduates

About the Professional in Human Resources and Senior Professional in Human Resources Certificate

Course length

7 weeks

Weekly time commitment

4 hours



*You can pay as little as $238 per month. For full payment options and different financing plans, including interest rates from external lenders, please talk to our enrollment team.

The ideal candidates for this program include experienced HR professionals wanting to expand their knowledge, skill set and current HR roles, professionals seeking a comprehensive review to prepare for the PHR or SPHR exam, and individuals reentering the HR field who require an overview of current practices.

Regional Data (Ohio)

Human resources jobs will grow 6% in the coming decade, right around the national average.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics


Career Paths 


Human Resources Manager


HR Business Partner


Talent Acquisition Manager


Compensation and Benefits Specialist


Employee Relations Specialist


HR Consultant

Is This Certificate Right For Me? 

  • Circle icon Are you an experienced HR professional looking to expand your knowledge and skill set in your current HR role?
  • Circle icon Are you aiming to enhance your career prospects and professional development by earning the prestigious PHR or SPHR certification from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI)?
  • Circle icon Do you seek a comprehensive review of HR practices and principles to prepare for the PHR or SPHR exam, understanding the commitment it entails?
  • Circle icon Are you an individual reentering the HR field after a break, in need of an overview of the current best practices and industry standards in HR?