MSHR Curriculum

For a graphical representation, see this flowchart

Human Resources / Organizational Development Core

9 credits

  • HURE 6590 - Strategic Human Resource Development
  • HURE 6110 - HR/OD Metrics
  • HURE 6100 - HRIS and Analytics

Specializations

12 credits

Strategic HR Leadership Talent Management

HURE 6230 Change leadership

MANA 6110 Ldrshp, Mot & Org Change

MBA 6160 Leading Coaching and Dev

MBA 6150 Managing Innovation

MBA 6140 Leading People and Change

HURE 6125 Negotiations

HURE 6535 Diversity in Organizations

HURE 4003/5003 Employment law

HURE 4010/5010 Strategic Rewards

HURE 4080/5080 Talent Development

HURE 6530 Talent Acquisition and Management

HURE 6535 Diversity in Organizations

Organizational development  

HURE 6230 Change leadership
HURE 6215 Data-Driven Org tmprovement
HURE 6210 Organizational Development
MBA 6160 Leading Coaching and Dev
MBA 6150 Managing Innovation
MBA 6140 Leading People and Change
HURE 6535 Diversity in Organizations

 

Career electives

9 credits

Courses from any other specialization and/or:

ACCO 6100 Managerial Accounting

ECON 6100 Managerial Economics

FINA 6100 Financial Management

HURE 5005 Employee Benefit Systems

HURE 5020 Labor Relations

HURE 5140 International HRM

HURE 6986 lnternship

INBU 5951 Study Abroad

INBU 6951 International Study

INTE 6000 IT Foundations

INTE 6153 Project Management

LEDR 6005 Self-leadership
MANA 6140 International Management
MANA 6170 Global Env. of Business
MARK 6100 Marketing Management
OSCM 6100 Ops/Supply Chain Mgmt
Up to 3 BUAD Skills courses

Learning Outcomes

As one of many methods of assuring that the goals of our educational mission are successfully met, the college regularly and systematically engages in the assessment of a variety of competencies. As part of this assurance of learning, each program defines and collects data on learning outcomes; statements of the knowledge, skills and attitudes that we want our graduates to possess. We use them for continuous improvement and they are the criteria on which organizations such as AACSB evaluate our accreditation. The following is a list of the current Learning Outcomes in our MSHR program.

Master of Science in Human Resources (MSHR)

1. Apply Human Resources knowledge and skills to business situations.
2. Communicate orally and in writing using common HR research skills.
3. Perform entry-level HR generalist position activities.
4. Evaluate an organization’s human resource system.
5. Align HR systems with the strategic business objectives of a firm.