Human Resource Management

Study mode:On campus Study type:Full-time Languages: English
Deadline: May 30, 2021
StudyQA ranking:472 Duration:24 months

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The Fisher MHRM program provides you with:

  • Expanded career opportunities, regardless of whether you are looking to make a career change or advance in your current organization
  • The ability to complete the program on a full-time or part-time basis
  • Experiential learning opportunities, including an optional internship
  • An HR generalist’s perspective

To successfully complete the MHRM program at Fisher, students must complete one of two plans.

Under Plan A students complete 43.5 semester hours of coursework and a thesis. Students who wish to gain valuable research experience and ultimately pursue a PhD usually select this option.

Plan B requires 43.5 semester hours of coursework, including three hours of internship or tutorial and a comprehensive master's examination. The majority of the students in the MHRM program choose this option.

Both Plan A and Plan B require 37.5 semester hours of core courses as follows:

Core Human Resource Skills 10.5 semester hours:

  • MHR 7301 Conceptual and Historical Foundations of Labor and Human Resources I
  • MHR 7311 Staffing the Organization Staffing Organizations
  • MHR 7313 Total Rewards/Compensation
  • MHR 7314 Designing Effective Organizational Learning Systems
  • MHR 7325 Human Resource Problem Solving

Leadership Skills 4.5 semester hours:

  • MHR 7304 Talent Management
  • MHR 7306 Understanding Teams & Leadership for Human Resource Managers
  • MHR 7308 Organizational Development and Change
  • MHR 7310 Labor Relations

Analytical Skills 4.5 semester hours:

  • MHR 7303 Human Resource Management Research Methods
  • MGT 6620 Data Analysis and Decision Making for Labor and Human Resources

Business Context Skills 9 semester hours:

  • MHR 7302 Markets, Organizations, and HRM
  • MHR 7305 Contemporary Employment Practices and the Law
  • MHR 7309 Strategic Management of Human Resources
  • MHR 7320 Fundamentals of Business Excellence I
  • MHR 7321 Fundamentals of Business Excellence II
  • MHR 7322 Fundamentals of Business Excellence III
Applicants for the MHRM degree program must have completed (or will complete prior to enrollment) a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. Applicants' academic record should demonstrate an ability to pursue graduate studies in the human resources field. An undergraduate degree in business is neither required nor preferred for admission to the program. English Language Requirements IELTS band: 7 TOEFL paper-based test score : 600 TOEFL iBT® test: 100
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