What can I become with a Human Resources Degree?

Social Work Program:
  • Social Worker Child Welfare Specialist
  • Case Manager Social Services Specialist
  • Medical Social Worker Social Worker w/ Older Adults
  • Hospice Social Worker Child & Family Social Worker
  • Mental Health Specialist
Criminal Justice Program:
  • Sheriff Correctional Officer
  • Game Ranger FBI/Customs Agent
  • Police Chief/Officer
Human Services Counseling Program:
  • Interpreter Adult Day Care Provider
  • Job Coach Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Crisis Counselor Vocational Evaluator
  • Case Manager Counselor Assistant
  • Bereavement Counselor Addiction Counselor
  • Employment Counselor Juvenile Justice Specialist
Does a Human Resources Degree make $$ and Sense?
The Chicago Tribune reports that college graduates earn on average 75% more money than those who only have a high school degree. In particular, graduates with a human resources degree typically can earn between $25,000 and $45,000 for entry level jobs. (NACE 2011 Salary Survey)