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A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

When a student takes on a degree in human resources, he or she becomes eligible to enter the workforce at any number of organizations. During their studies, students are equipped with knowledge of various topics, including pay equality, leadership, organizational behavior, employment law and management.

Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona State and sixth most populous city in USA. Phoenix is home of largest universities of USA which had more than 72,000 enrolled students in 2011. Numerous colleges also serve the city.

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University of Phoenix Online

Students learn to synthesize business concepts and practices presented in this program to develop solutions for specific managerial situations found within the organizati ... [+]

The Master of Management/Human Resources Management program is designed to enhance the management skills students need to function effectively within an organization. Students learn to synthesize business concepts and practices presented in this program to develop solutions for specific managerial situations found within the organizational environment. Areas of focus include the development of human capital, implementation of organizational initiatives, managing conflict, fostering creativity, innovation through organizational design, and managing in a cross-cultural environment.

The Master of Management program at the University of Phoenix utilizes problem-based learning where students refine their problem-solving skills along with their communication, creativity, information-utilization, and critical-thinking skills. They are assessed on the basis of their use of the problem-solving process (which employs a general rubric) as well as their communication and critical-thinking skills during their presentations. Learning teams will apply the principles of benchmarking throughout the program to research the most creative solutions to a problem. This will enrich the alternatives that learners consider in evaluating possible solutions to the problems.... [-]

USA Phoenix
September 2019
Full-time
Part-time
2 years
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