The 45 credit master of human resources from the Darla Moore School of Business will provide you with the strong education and practical experience you need to meet the exciting challenges you will face as an HR professional. The MHR can be completed in a year-and-a-half, including the required 6 credit-hour internship. Students from all undergraduate majors are welcome in the Master of Human Resources Program at Moore.
Human Resources Core (27 Credits)
| MGMT 801 || HR and the Global Firm |
| MGMT 719 || Management of Compensation |
| MGMT 720 || Staffing |
| MGMT 722 || Labor Relations |
| MGMT 725 || Human Resource Metrics and Research Methods |
| MGMT 726 || Human Resources and Business Strategy |
| MGMT 730 || Consulting and Organizational Development in MNCs |
| MGMT 772 || Employee and Leadership Development |
| MGMT 721 || Employment Relations Law |
Human Resources Internship (6 Credits)
MGMT 727 - Internship or Practicum in Human Resources
Business Core Electives (12 credits) (choose 4 courses)
| ACCT 728 ||Financial Accounting* |
| ACCT 729 ||Managerial Accounting* |
| ECON 720 ||Managerial Economics |
| FINA 756 ||Financial Statement Analysis |
| FINA 760 ||Financial Policies* |
| MGSC 791 ||Operations Management |
| MGSC 796 ||Information Systems |
| MKTG 701 ||Marketing Management |
| MGMT 729 ||Managing Cross Border Teams |
| IBUS 720 ||Survey of International Business |
| MGSC 872 ||Project Managment |
*These courses are typically required based on the quantitative needs of HR Professionals.
One of the Business Elective Options is an international immersion trip. This trip is currently scheduled in the spring after the end of classes and before the internships begin. In 2013 our participating students will be travelling to Singapore and Malaysia to study HR from a global perspective.
The Human Resources Internship is a 6 credit-hour practicum that will take place in the summer between your spring and final fall semester. The internship is typically between 8-12 weeks long. In addition to the work requirement, students also have required coursework to complete throughout the internship. Ultimately the responsibility for obtaining an internship is the student's. However, the Office of Career Management works directly with the students in order to help facilitate the search. The OCM helps with weekly CAT meetings, resume building, networking, career fairs and employee relations. For more detailed information, please visit their web page here.
MGMT 801- HR and the Global Firm. An analysis of selected employment and labor relations problems and practices viewed from a comparative, cross-national perspective and the perspective of a multinational enterprise.
MGT 719- Management of Compensation. Because of the importance of compensation issues, this course will examine how organizations make key decisions within the compensation area.
MGMT 720- Staffing. Topics in staffing on a rotating basis among job analysis, recruitment, test validation, selection systems and other subjects.
MGMT 722- Labor Relations. An analysis of some of the major problems faced by managers in their dealings with organizations representing employees. Primary emphasis is on the negotiation of labor agreements and the handling of problems arising under them. The public policy aspect of these problems is also considered.
MGMT 725- Human Resource Metrics and Research Methods. Research methods in personnel and employment relations. Emphasis on: problem identification and hypothesis development, proper research design, application of analytic strategies, strengthening research report writing skills.
MGMT 726- Human Resources and Business Strategy. Designed to provide an overview of the basic building blocks of the strategic management process. Provides a framework by which how the HR function can be better leveraged to support organizational strategies and goals in multinational companies.
MGMT 730- Consulting and Organizational Development in MNCs. Restructuring and transformation initiatives within multinational organizations as internal consultants and/or change agents.
MGMT 772- Employee and Leadership Development. Examination of methods of employee development and organizational change efforts designed to increase organizational effectiveness with an emphasis on planning, design, management, and evaluation of intervention programs.
MGMT 721- Employment Relations Law. The law of employment relations. Policy and practice in areas such as equal employment, wages and hours, employee health and safety, pensions and labor relations.
MGMT 727- Internship. Field experience in personnel and employment relations. Includes a report analyzing the experience.
ACCT 728- Financial Accounting. Directs attention to accounting concepts, conventions, and assumptions for an understanding of the content and underlying principles of financial statements.
ACCT 729- Managerial Accounting. Directs attention to an understanding of the manner in which accounting aids management by providing information for decision-making and control of operations.
ECON 720- Managerial Economics. The application of microeconomic concepts to managerial decisions. The concepts include demand, cost, market structure, pricing, profitability and strategic behavior.
FINA 756- Financial Statement Analysis. Analysis of financial statements for profitability and risk assessment and for firm and segment valuation.
FINA 760- Financial Policies.Theory and fundamentals of analysis and decision-making in financial management.
MGSC 791- Operations Management. Survey of production or operations functions of organizations. Development of concepts and decision processes relevant to major problem areas. Emphasizes relevance of operations management in both manufacturing and service organizations.
MGSC 796- Information Systems. The study of the integration of functional area and company-wide information components considering both internal and external information flows.
MKTG 701- Marketing Management. Marketing function with emphasis on the procedures and techniques for analyzing, planning, and implementing marketing strategies and tactics related to product, pricing, communication and distribution decisions.
MGSC 872- Project Management. Management of projects including justification, planning, scheduling, monitoring, controlling and auditing. The course makes extensive use of project management information systems.