33 total credits required
Comprised of 11 courses, the Master of Science in Human Resources Management covers organizational behavior and leadership, control and budgeting systems, employee and labor relations, recruitment and staffing, ethics and more. Once you graduate, you will be eligible to apply for the SHRM-CP certification.
If you choose to study on a full-time basis you can complete the program in as few as 18 months.
This is a survey course of the various human resources functions utilized in organizations. Current human resource practices and foundational theoretical concepts are presented.
The course examines staffing processes designed to support an organization’s business strategy and enhance its effectiveness. Contemporary methods used to move people into, through, and out of the organization are emphasized.
This course explores the concept of workplace learning at the individual, group, and organizational levels. Adult learning and development theories provide the framework to understand the elements of effectively designed learning interventions that can enhance the overall performance of the organization.
Strategic and operational decisions in the design and coordination of a total rewards system are presented. Job analysis, job evaluation, pay structures, pay-for-performance plans, performance management, benefits, and legal issues in compensation are explored.
This course examines the need for development and implementation of employee relations interventions, including human resources policies and procedures and the role of organized labor and collective bargaining in the workplace.
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