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October 17, 2014

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The Master of Science in Human Resources addresses the need for strategic and business-minded professionals to manage today's organizational workforce issues.  Students gain proficiency in a wide range of human resources areas including employee attraction and retention, diversity, the global economy, employee training, career development, new technology, incentives, total rewards and performance management. 

The program prepares students for careers such as compensation consultant, benefits consultant, trainer, HR analyst, recruiter, labor relations representative and HR director.

Students who have earned or are currently pursuing an MBA may have up to six of their MBA courses count toward the requirements of the MS in Human Resources degree depending upon the specific content of the course work and how recently it was completed. 

Degree Requirements 48 hours
   Total hours required    48 hours