MSHR Student Testimonials
See Why Our Students Succeed
This sampling of testimonials from students at The University of Scranton will give you a comprehensive idea of how the Master of Science in Human Resources prepares students for success. With a flexible and specialized curriculum, along with an expert faculty that is focused on the success of their students, graduates are on the fast-track to becoming strategic leaders and applying these new skill sets towards growing their careers.
Our talented faculty and staff encourage students to think of this specialized degree not as an end, but as a beginning of their professional advancement and career growth. Learn more about how the MSHR prepares students for success.
Mara Castellano, an Associate Human Resources Generalist at Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey, is a proud member of the graduating MS in Human Resources class of 2014. Learn more about Mara's experience.
"This program allows you to understand all of the HR strategies and practical applications of HR in a flexible environment. Its 100% achievable to finish your master’s degree in human resources and work full time while doing so."
“The program being online was one of the major reasons that attracted me towards it. It made it easy for me to complete the degree because I was able to take care of my personal obligations and complete my schoolwork as well.”
“What I liked most about the program was being able to work in groups with other professionals currently working in HR and sharing knowledge and experience amongst them. You can learn a lot from each other.”
“I wasn’t just another number in the program. I was offered guidance, support and was checked up on. The University of Scranton itself cared about my success.”
“The University of Scranton has this unique ability to be hands on with the online program and accessible. Even though you're not sitting in a classroom, your professors are always there.”
Advice From Graduates
"Online courses are very different from traditional courses because you don’t have a professor standing in front of you or specific times to attend class. You learn at a pace that works for you, a pace that you can set yourself."