Master of Arts - Human Resource Management
The Master of Arts degree program in Human Resources management is 36 semester hours in duration. There are no electives and a thesis is not required for completion. The coursework isdivided between management courses that are related to Human Resources Management and corporate decision making and courses that are directly related to key human resources management functional subject matter, and also includes a capstone course that brings together many of the subjects covered throughout the program into a final project.
The objective of the Master of Arts Program in Human Resources Management is to provide advanced training in the field of Human Resources supported with the material related to management, economics, and leadership. The program prepares students to be strategic and tactical contributors to business organizations by teaching concepts and skills needed to acquire, develop and retain qualified human capital. This program will make it possible for the mid- or upper-level manager to direct human resources functions in a small business or large corporation.
Students will focus on human resource management and policy in the Master’s capstone project.
Total Core Courses
- Strategic Management of Organization Behavior
- Business Statistics
- Managerial Economics
- Organizations and Leadership
- Operations Management
- Human Resource Policy
- Portfolio Management
- Staff Development and Training
- Employment Law
- Compensation and Benefits
- Master’s Capstone Course