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Temple University, MS in Human Resource Management

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The Temple University’s curriculum for the Master of Science in Human Resource Management has been prepared by a team of skillful industry experts and prominent academic leaders, and it prepares students with the technical competence to become competent managers in the human resource field.

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Human Resources Master Schools

Features

• 30 credit hours
• 8 core courses
• 4 elective courses
• SHRM-certified curriculum
• 13 months duration
• Online Live class sessions
• Course-related HD videos
• On campus orientation

Degree Name

Master of Science in Human Resource Management

Duration

13 months, online

Cost

About $12,000

What is best?

• 13 months duration
• Online Live class sessions
• Course-related HD videos
• On campus orientation

What are the benefits?

• Access virtual career services provided by the Fox Center for student professional development
• Get to know your classmates via the school’s virtual on-boarding residency
• Get professional development through SHRM
• Interact with guest speakers and other networking opportunities through Temple University’s chapter of SHRM
• Numerous networking opportunities with Fox MBA students
• Option to attend an on-campus orientation.
• Get learning content via HD, mobile friendly videos
• Participate in discussion board conversations with classmates and faculty members

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The Temple University’s Master of Science in Human Resource Management is an online program powered by a virtual learning technology and a SHRM-certified curriculum that lays the foundation for globally minded HR leaders. The program’s close association and professional development with SHRM gives students the support they need to build a career that fits their goals.

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The Temple University’s curriculum for the Master of Science in Human Resource Management has been prepared by a team of skillful industry experts and prominent academic leaders, and it prepares students with the technical competence to become competent managers in the human resource field. And in respect to the program’s balance of global perspective and local consideration, graduates of the program end up being ethical leaders in the industry. Being an online program, the Master of Science in Human Resource Management offers an accelerated program that also fits the schedules of busy professionals. To complete the degree, you are required to take six core courses which also align with the SHRM standard, and an additional four elective courses to specialize your degree in line with your interests and goals. Each course is delivered online over five weeks via easy-to-use web conferencing tools which integrate course content conversations with project-based activities. The live classes are conducted on one evening per week basis, but additional coursework and activities will be expected throughout the week. The faculty also provides thousands of HD, mobile-friendly videos for learning course content and reviewing core concepts. By taking just one course at a time, a student can complete up to three courses per semester. However, being an online program does not mean it is any less collaborative in comparison to other on-campus programs. In fact, once you enroll for the program, you can get to know your classmates through the school’s virtual on-boarding residency. Again, there are virtual career services provided by the Fox Center for Student Professional Development. You can also connect to faculty members and classmates on a regular basis, and so you have the opportunity to build long-lasting relationships that will power your professional path. Graduates of the program not only gain the knowledge required for a job in human resource management, but also develop the practical skills to become globally minded HR leaders.

 

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