MS in Human Resources Student Blog
As each 8-week term comes to a close, I am always amazed by how much I have learned and accomplished! On the first day of each term, I print the course syllabus with both enthusiasm, and I admit, a bit of apprehension.
The challenges and rewards of the online HR master’s program often go hand-in-hand. In most cases, every conquered challenge becomes its own reward because it increases self-confidence and problem-solving abilities.
Every course in the HR program offers the opportunity to learn new skills and/or brush the dust off seldom used ones.
Beginning a Master’s program is bound to bring about some unexpected surprises, and starting an online program in particular is certainly no exception.
Creating meaningful connections with classmates and online learning may not always seem like affiliated concepts.
As an undergraduate I had attended The University of Scranton. I found the Jesuit education to be very well rounded, focusing on intellectual, social, spiritual, and physical development.
The online Master in HR program that The University of Scranton offers is one of the main reasons I wanted to pursue a master’s degree right after completing my undergraduate degree.
The University of Scranton offers its current undergraduate students the incredible opportunity to start their master’s degree while being enrolled as an undergraduate student.
Senior year of a college student’s undergraduate career is probably the most exciting and invigorating feeling one can ever experience. Graduation is around the corner and you are one step closer to earning that degree you worked so hard for the past four years.
Getting your online masters in human resources can be very rewarding. It is an experience that teaches you important life skills and brings just as much value to your learning experience as any other program does.