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Eastern Michigan University, MS HROD

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The Eastern Michigan University’s Masters of Science in Human Resources and Organizational Development program offers an innovative, radical curriculum that equips students with the skills needed for the current global business environment.

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Human Resources Master Schools

Features

• 12 hours of foundation courses
• 18 hours of core courses
• 12 hours of elective courses
• 3 hours of practicum or thesis
• On campus, off-campus, or online

Degree Name

Masters of Science in Human Resources and Organizational Developmen

Duration

15 months, in-campus or online

Cost

About $21,000 to $38,000

What is best?

• 18 hours of core courses
• 12 hours of elective courses
• 3 hours of practicum or thesis
• On campus, off-campus, or online

What are the benefits?

• Understand and apply human resource and organizational development techniques
• Get to intelligently plan, implement and manage change processes within an organization
• Learn how to match organizational needs with available human resources
• Get empowered to implement appropriate systems related to structure, process and human resources

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The Eastern Michigan University’s Masters of Science in Human Resources and Organizational Development program offers a radical curriculum that equips students with the skills needed to apply human resource and organizational development techniques in a modern global business environment.

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The Eastern Michigan University’s Masters of Science in Human Resources and Organizational Development program offers an innovative, radical curriculum that equips students with the skills needed for the current global business environment. The program helps students become professional managers or consultants who are capable identifying, planning, implementing, and managing change, in both local and global organizations. It turns students into business managers who can match organizational and human resource needs, and who can also implement systems related to structure, process, and ultimately, the people in an organization. By studying this course, students are able to understand and apply human resource and organizational development techniques in ways that lead to greater organizational effectiveness. Students are required to go through 12 hours of foundation courses. These include nine hours of graduate or undergraduate non-management courses spread across four business functional areas of marketing, law, economics, accounting, and finance. Out of the nine hours, at least one 3-hour course must be either an accounting or a finance course. For the other 3 hours, students must take an Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business course or an undergraduate statistics course. Students are also required to demonstrate proficiency in using computer applications including Word, Power Point, and Excel spreadsheets. Generally, Around 30 credit hours are required for you to complete the degree, of which, core courses take up 18 hours while elective courses are covered in the other 12 hours. This graduate program is available at an EMU off-campus location or entirely online. Students who have completed this program have established careers in human resource development, labor relations, and recruitment management.

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