The Master of Science in Human Resource Management is a graduate degree that allows students to further their knowledge in human capital management. Students get a greater understanding in talent acquisition, budgeting, and operations management for career advancement. The studies in this program equip students with a mastery of human resource strategies to become successful HR managers, employee development consultants, and HR generalists.
The Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management at UIBS is a graduate program that provides students with additional training in human resource management for career advancement. The studies in this program include personnel planning and budgeting, leadership, and labor relations. Students enrolled in this program are usually employed in the services sector at manager-level positions. Recipients typically utilize their certificate to further their careers or to expand their academic credentials.
The Business Management & Human Resources Management program focuses on human resources strategies and management decisions as per how they affect organization performance, indifferent of type, size or sector. The degree covers the broad field of business, strategy and management. Some courses include: Employment Law in the Workplace, Global Talent Management and Leadership & Management. Graduates con pursue work in Labor relations, Training & development management, Compensation & benefits management and Global talent management.
Human resource management is key for every company to retain high quality and happy employees. The program trains students in people management, time management and work management. Students not only learn how to be effective talent scouts and managers but they also learn the trends and techniques needed to build great teams. Some of the courses included are: International HRM, HR Development & Training and People Management. Graduates can pursue work in Recruitment, Personnel management, Compensation management and Labor relations.
Leadership and human resource management concentrates on the organizational and human facets of the workplace. As well as human resources and organizational behaviour courses, students select from other courses offered via the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, including organizational failure, change and transformation and fundamentals of leadership. At SLU a major in leadership and human resource management will take 18 required credit hours.
Students must take: MGT 3100: Organization Behaviour, MGT 3300: Management of Human Resources Concentration and MGT 4101: Fundamentals of Leadership. Students will then select two major elective courses from a set list as well as one breadth elective course from a different list.
Possible career paths that use leadership and human resource management skills include leadership development, business process re-engineering consulting, strategic consulting, project management, and human resources management.