Master of Science in Human Resource Management
The Master of Science in Human Resource Management program prepares graduates to become leaders in the human resource departments of their organizations. It teaches students to align human resource principles with organizational goals and strategies in order to deliver business results. The program covers key topics such as strategic human resource management, leadership and organizational behavior, ethics, employment law and human resource information systems.
The Society of Human Resource Managers (SHRM) has reviewed this program and acknowledged that it aligns with their curriculum guidelines for human resource degrees. SHRM is the largest and most widely recognized human resource professional organization in the world.
While the program curriculum covers much of the content of the PHR and SPHR certification exams, the program does not specifically prepare students to take the exams nor does completion of the program guarantee any SHRM certification.
Within this program, students may choose from the following concentration areas:
- Human Resource Generalist
- Human Resource and Organizational Development
This program is not available at Mississippi, New Jersey or Pennsylvania campuses and is available in an online-only format to Mississippi, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania students.
Strayer University’s business degree programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, 11520 West 119th Street, Overland Park, KS 66213, 913-339-9356.
Area I-Core Component
|BUS 508||Contemporary Business||
|BUS 520||Leadership and Organizational Behavior||
|HRM 500||Human Resource Management Foundations||
|HRM 510||Business Employment Law||
|HRM 517||Managing Human Resource Projects||
|HRM 520||Human Resource Information Systems||
|HRM 522||Ethics and Advocacy for Human Resource Professionals||
|HRM 530||Strategic Human Resource Management||
|HRM 599||Human Resource Management Capstone||
|Total Credit Hours:||40.5
Area II-Concentration Component
Students must choose one of the following Area II Concentration Components to complete the Masters of Science in Human Resource Management.
Minimum Total Quarter Hours Required for Graduation 54.0
Human Resource Generalist
Human Resource and Organizational Development
|HRM 560||Managing Organizational Change||
|HRM 562||Developing a Learning Organization||
|HRM 565||Developing Human Capital||
|HRM 568||Human Resource Management Consulting||
|Total Credit Hours:||13.5
All courses are 4.5 quarter credit hours.
Total Credit Hours: 54.0
Total Credit Hours: 54