Admission to the Master of Human Resources program is highly competitive; in a normal year, approximately one-third of the applicants are accepted. The incoming classes are typically composed of 35 - 40 students.
The admissions committee considers undergraduate grades, performance on the standardized test (you may take either the GMAT or the GRE for the MHR program), and experience the applicant may have. Work experience is not a requirement, but it can be a plus for the applicant in the admissions process. Usually, about one-half of the class will have significant work experience.
If you're ready to join one of the nation's best MHR programs and reach your potential in today's competitive marketplace, APPLY NOW!
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