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Human Resource professionals help organizations strategically meet workplace challenges including employee attraction and retention, diversity, the global economy, mergers and acquisitions, new technology, incentives, restructuring, employee ownership, total rewards and performance management. Some of the jobs available to individuals with educational preparation at the master's degree level include Compensation Consultant, Benefits Consultant, Trainer, HR Analyst, Recruiter, Labor Relations Representative, and HR Director. 
Individuals with an M.B.A. degree or students currently enrolled in the M.B.A. program may have up to six of their M.B.A. courses count toward the requirements of the Master of Science in Human Resources degree.  The exact number of courses that can be double-counted in this manner depends upon the specific content and age of coursework.