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The information on this page applies to all Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) degree formats: on-campus, online and hybrid.

 

Academic Program

Students in the Master of Human Resource Management are provided with the knowledge and skills they need to excel in a field that is vitally important to the operation and success of organizations of all types.

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Admission

Admission to the Master of Human Resource Management program is competitive. Applicants must present a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university and meet the minimum requirements.

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Tuition and Financial Planning

From scholarships and fellowships to loans and work-study, a variety of resources are available to help finance your degree.

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MHRM Courses

An overview of current courses offered in the Master of Human Resource Management program.

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SHRM Academically Aligned

Issued by the Society for Human Resource Management

SHRM Academic Alignment Program participants are recognized as SHRM academic partners and, as such, are seen as a top choice for students seeking a career in Human Resources. Students enrolled in a SHRM academically aligned program are provided with the opportunity to earn their SHRM-CP credential prior to graduating, providing them with a competitive advantage in the job market.

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SHRM Recertification Provider

Issued by the Society for Human Resource Management

SHRM Recertification Providers are recognized as a "provider of choice" for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP credential holders working to maintain their credential. HR/HR-related educational offerings identified with the SHRM Recertification Provider badge let credential holders know the program is pre-approved by SHRM for recertification professional development credits (PDCs).


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