The University of Scranton’s online Master of Science in Human Resources is designed to help you change and improve organizations from the human performance perspective. The curriculum of our HR master's program was developed and is regularly updated using the most current human resources body of knowledge as our guide.
The excellence of our faculty and curriculum is confirmed by the mission of The University of Scranton. A rigorous program of study in the scholarly Jesuit tradition, the curriculum addresses practical issues in the contemporary workplace, including staffing as a strategic component of organizational development, learning in the context of the workplace, and cultural diversity.
The online Master of Science in Human Resources is made up of 13 courses, for a total of 39 semester credits of course hours.
HR 500 Organizational Behavior and Leadership (prerequisite)
HR 501 Human Resources (prerequisite)
HR 504 Strategic Planning
HR 505 Recruitment and Staffing
HR 506 Workplace Learning & Performance
HR 510 Organizational Change
HR 511 Total Rewards
HR 512 Employee and Labor Relations
HR 515 Workplace Diversity
HR 516 Ethics in Human Resources
HR 517 Evaluative Research
HR 518 Risk Management
HR 520 Capstone: Applied HR
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