Why Attend the University of Cincinnati for Human Resources?
The University of Cincinnati Master of Arts in Human Resources program prepares you for leadership roles in managing people and building employee capabilities. As human capital is increasingly being recognized as a potential competitive advantage, leading firms are focusing more and more on talent acquisition and development, leadership training, and culture shaping.
The University of Cincinnati Master of Arts in Human Resources is taught by both full-time faculty and experienced industry professionals and includes both human resources and business administration courses in its curriculum as the HR professionals of tomorrow need to be able to effectively communicate with their colleagues in functional areas such as finance, marketing and accounting in order to best understand their human resource needs and translate them into action.
More than 85 percent of our Master of Arts in Human Resources students accept a full-time position within three months of graduation. Our graduates earn an average starting salary in excess of $62,000 and are hired by many of the country’s most respected companies such as General Electic, PNC Financial Services and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
What You'll Learn
You will take courses that encompass a solid management curriculum. Courses in Compensation, Benefits, Negotiation, Employment Law, HR Analytics, and more are taught by a mix of full-time faculty from the University of Cincinnati Lindner College of Business and experienced professionals from organizations in the region.
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Last updated April 21, 2017