Master of Business Administration - Human Resource Management Concentration

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Program Description

The general MBA program is a 36 credit hour program, including nine credit hours of electives.  Students who pursue the MBA with a Human Resources concentration are required to take the 9 elective hours in employment law, growing and developing talent, and HR management coursework.  Students selecting this concentration often have a management background or an undergraduate degree in HR, management, or general business administration.  Graduates from this program are well suited to become managers of human resources departments or advance their HR management careers.  Example topics include: performance management, employee development, private and public sector employment law, labor relations, employment discrimination, international variations, unions, and public policy.

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Winthrop is a public, comprehensive university that is ranked 8th by U.S. News & World Report among Southern public universities and in the top 25 of public and private institutions in the region. ... Read More

Winthrop is a public, comprehensive university that is ranked 8th by U.S. News & World Report among Southern public universities and in the top 25 of public and private institutions in the region. Through an educational experience that blends liberal arts, professional programs, global awareness and civic engagement, Winthrop will help you develop the knowledge, skills, and values that will enrich your life and prepare you for all the future holds. Founded in 1886, Winthrop offers bachelor's and master's degrees through both on-campus and online programs. Our historic and scenic campus is located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, just 20 minutes south of Charlotte. Our traditions of national caliber academics, championship athletics, and student-centered achievements create a campus community that is known for its diversity, excellence, and family atmosphere. Read less