Certificate Preparation

The University of Dallas offers PHR & SPHR Certification Preparation. 

The Human Resource Certification Institute has been a leader in human resource certification and credentials since 1976. HRCI has certified more than 130,000 human resource professionals over the past 38 years. If you are seeking continuing professional development and a broad overview of the HR field, or planning to earn your Professional Human Resources (PHR), or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation, enroll now in our updated and expanded HR Certification Institute exam preparation course. 

This twelve week course will offer an in depth look at the six areas of knowledge on the PHR & SPHR exams. Our experienced instructors experts in the HR field and will guide you on your path to certification. 

By enrolling in our PHR/SPHR certification course, you will receive the added benefits of: 

  • Interacting with experienced instructors
  • Networking with your peers
  • Learning in a structured classroom environment that helps you stay on track
  • Current information and real life examples that can help you in your daily job immediately

Advance your HR Career

 View a list of our current class offerings. To view click here. Choose HUMAN RESOURCES topic from drop down menu under course groups.

Join our HR email list. You will be notified when class registration opens and new classes are offered. To join click here

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