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.
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.
The information on this page applies to all Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) degree formats: on-campus, online and hybrid.
How to Help HR Deliver Business Value: Lessons From Science and Practice
What should organizations do to transform people’s talent and motivation into a strategic business advantage? What is the role of top management, line managers, and the HR function?
This installment of the George Talks Business series at the GW School of Business answers these questions by combining lessons learned from science and practice on employee engagement, performance management, organizational culture, talent acquisition and development, and other topics.