Master of Science (MS) in Human Resource Management
Through this program, students adopt the perspectives of both employees and employers in relation to the effective management of people. Students gain valuable insights pertaining to employee capabilities, important theories and models as well as methods needed for the effective human resource management that enable firms to meet their goals and objectives.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Provide expert, insightful advice pertaining to core areas of Human Resource Management.
- Develop, implement, monitor, and effectively evaluate core HR policies, procedures, and processes.
- Critically analyze the applicability of statutory and legal requirements regarding the administration of HR policies and procedures.
- Fully understand what it means to be change agents who lead change within organizations.
Students must complete all the required foundation courses. Each course is valued as 3 Credits.
HRM 500 Managing Change in Human Resource
HRM 503 Employee Recruitment Strategies
HRM 515 Human Resource Metrics
HRM 528 Employment Regulations
HRM 533 Compensation and Benefits Management
HRM 601 Conflicts Management
HRM 607 Global Human Resource Management
HRM 614 Cultural Diversity Management
HRM 636 Internship in Human Resource Management
HRM 648 Research Methods for Human Resource Professionals