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Cleveland State University, Master of Labor Relations and Human Resources

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The Cleveland State University’s Master of Labor Relations and Human Resources (MLRHR) degree program helps graduates to start careers or advance their careers in human resources and labor relations.

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Human Resources Master Schools

Features

• 3 to 4 semesters
• 24 credit-hours, core courses
• 9 credit-hours, elective courses
• Summer internship
• Full-time, Part-time

Degree Name

Master of Labor Relations and Human Resources (MLRHR)

University

Cleveland State University

Duration

3-4 semesters, full time

Cost

About $18,000 to $32,000

What is best?

• 9 credit-hours, elective courses
• Summer internship
• Full-time, Part-time

What are the benefits?

• Learn the fundamental principles of human resources and labor relations.
• Get a better understanding of how HR data is used in such areas as testing, program evaluation, selection, and survey research.
• Know the political and legal environments in which human resource and labor relations systems function.
• Get an interdisciplinary perspective of the HR industry.

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The Cleveland State University’s Master of Labor Relations and Human Resources (MLRHR) degree program helps students kick-start or advance their careers in the HR industry by teaching them the fundamental principles of human resources and labor relations.

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The Cleveland State University’s Master of Labor Relations and Human Resources (MLRHR) degree program helps graduates to start careers or advance their careers in human resources and labor relations. The Specific objectives of the program include: teaching the fundamental principles of human resources and labor relations; providing a better understanding of human resource data and how it is used in testing, program evaluation, selection, and survey research; helping students decipher the political and legal environments in which human resource and labor relations systems function; and lastly, providing an interdisciplinary perspective of the field. The program provides the flexibility working students need as most of the courses are offered during evening hours. The program also enrolls full-time students who normally complete the degree in three to four semesters. The program’s features full-time faculty members who come from a wide range of academic and professional backgrounds. The faculty’s areas of expertise include human resource management, organizational behavior, strategic management, decision making, interpersonal relations, leadership, and equal opportunity. In order to be enrolled for the program, students must demonstrate proficiency in statistics, economics, and organizational behavior. This proficiency must be demonstrated through prior course work with a grade of C or better, and taken within the past ten years prior to admittance. Those students who do not have any relevant prior course work are required to take one or more courses or their equivalents. Some of these courses include an Economic Concepts course and Management & Organizational Behavior course. Students are required to undergo 24 credit hours of core courses and then an additional 9 credit hours of elective courses to complete the requirements for the degree. Elective course selections must be made with the consent of the student's program advisor. Students must also attend an internship which provides an opportunity to gain practical experience in human resources or labor relations.

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