The MS-HRM curriculum provides students with a strategic business perspective. Students gain an understanding of the core processes of business organizations, the ability to effectively apply the theory and principles of contemporary human resources management for improving individual and organizational performance, and a grounding in the ethical considerations relevant to the business decisions HR professionals are asked to make.
The MS in Human Resources Management offers a global view of the HRM function and helps students appreciate the impact that HR changes can have on the organization. The curriculum and course content continue to evolve to provide students with the latest and most valuable knowledge and skills needed by high performing HR professionals.
The MS-HRM program is cohort based. A new class of students will be admitted each fall semester and will advance through the program together, taking the same courses on the same schedule. If you do not have a BBA undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution, you will have to take additional courses during the spring and summer semesters preceding the fall semester you intend to start. Each cohort attends classes on either a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday schedule. Classes are delivered in the evenings from 6:00 to 10:00 pm.
Leveling Courses required for students without BBA:
ECON 5260 Economic Principles
FINA 5260 Finance Principles
MGMT 5260 Decision Making Techniques for Managers
MGMT 5261 Management Principles
MGMT 5262 Organizational Principles
MGMT 5263 Legal Environment of Business
MKTG 5260 Marketing Principles
MGMT 6331 Compensation and Benefits
MGMT 6334 Legal Challenges in HR Management
MGMT 6335 History of Management, Human Resources, and Employment Relations
MGMT 6338 Human Resource Management for HR Professionals
MGMT 6364 Training and Development
MGMT 6378 Management of Global HR
MGMT 6382 Strategic Planning and HRM Challenges
MGMT 6386 Organizational Problems, Diagnostics, and Solutions
MGMT 6392 Transformational Leadership and Ethics
INDC 6331 Foreign Cultures