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Lead the way in building win/win human capital investments that produce positive outcomes for both the employee and the organization.

The program is focused on the latest knowledge and practice related to human capital creation and deployment in organizations. Curriculum for the program is based on extant literature, original research, and the experience of Bellevue University's College of Business faculty and practicing scholars.

Four distinct Learning Modules cover definitions and data, setting Key Performance Indicators, collaborating companywide for support of your learning program, and analyzing results.

Your Dissertation is a thorough research project designed by you and your Advisor - based on actual learning needs at a company - giving you the unique opportunity to put your learning to work in the real world, real-time.

The program is offered ONLINE with two residencies at our main campus in Bellevue, Nebraska.

Take your seat in the C-Suite armed with the latest knowledge on how learning impacts productivity today.

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Can Your Organization Help You Become More Resilient?

By Jennifer Moss
Posted: April 3, 2014

How Can Organizations Encourage the Development of Resiliency in Their Employees?             As can be seen by reviewing the last week’s post that describes how we can develop resiliency in ourselves, it becomes clear there are steps organizations can take to help their employees become more resilient as well.  Given that adversity and times of […]

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"Human capital is a business resource that needs to be understood, managed, and optimized. As our economy becomes increasingly service-based, organizations are recognizing that their investments in people need to deliver quantifiable results. This is why Bellevue University's Ph.D. in Human Capital Management is so vitally important to business today. This is why I am a student in the program."
- Bonnie Beresford
  2010 student
  Vice President of Client Services
  Capital Analytics, Inc.