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Ohio State University, MS Human Resource Management

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The Ohio state university’s Fisher Masters of Human Resource Management program teaches students key business fundamentals, organizational economics, and labor law that complete a broad-based approach to hone their business context skills.

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Human Resources Master Schools

Features

• 14 week semester courses
• 43.5 credit hours
• 8 or more credit hours/semester, full-time
• 3 to 6 credit hours/semester, part-time
• Evening classes only
• Summer internship
• HR Problem Solving capstone course
• A written case analysis

Degree Name

Masters of Human Resource Management

Duration

2 academic years, full time
3 to 6 years, part-time

Cost

About $35,000 to 74,000

What is best?

• 3 to 6 credit hours/semester, part-time
• Evening classes only
• Summer internship
• HR Problem Solving capstone course
• A written case analysis

What are the benefits?

• Learn from leading HR and organizational experts
• Active participation in the annual case competition events
• Enjoy a flexible study schedule
• Easily get networking and mentoring opportunities

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The Ohio state university’s Fisher Masters of Human Resource Management program enables students to learn core HR skills including HR theory, staffing, training, and compensation, from leading HR and organizational experts, and apply them in real-world settings.

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The Ohio state university’s Fisher Masters of Human Resource Management program teaches students key business fundamentals, organizational economics, and labor law that complete a broad-based approach to hone their business context skills. The program’s curriculum helps students develop expertise in HR theory, staffing, training, and compensation, which are the four critical skill sets needed to effectively manage people and ideas. Students can also enhance their leadership skills by studying organizational behavior and theory, negotiations, organizational development, and change. They can also improve their analytical skills by partaking classes in research methods, statistics, and HR information systems. The program features a small group of students so you can always have access to faculty, staff, other students, alumni, and executives. The program’s strong teamwork focus encourages you to build relationships in and out of class including networking and mentoring opportunities. The program also offers you the flexibility to study on a schedule that fits your life. In fact, most MHRM courses are offered primarily in the evening because many of our students work during the day. Fisher’s Part-Time MHRM option allows working professionals to attend classes at a reduced rate in order to balance personal commitments and their career. Again, the program’s rolling admissions basis makes it possible for part-time students to begin the MHRM program in either the autumn or spring semester. In addition to the required coursework, students can choose to register for elective coursework at any point in the program. Electives may include MHR courses, independent or group study credits, or outside electives in areas related to human resources.

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