MBA Program: Human Resources Concentration

The Human Resources concentration prepares students for careers in leadership roles in human resources, employee and labor relations, team building, and training & development, in a variety of organizational structures, including corporate, health care, government agencies, and non-profit enterprises. Today's human resources professionals help guide the organizational development and short- and long-term strategic planning processes. Strategic issues such as mergers & acquisitions, policy development, quality management, change management and succession planning are all at the forefront of human resources matters. The concentration introduces students to various aspects of human resources across various types of organizations.

Courses available in the Human Resources Concentration:

    • MBA 508 - Crisis in Deindustrialization
    • MBA 509 - Continuous Quality Improvement
    • MBA 510 - In Addition to Wages: Employee Benefits
    • MBA 513 - Human Relations in the Workplace
    • MBA 514 - Collective Bargaining and Arbitration in the Workplace
    • MBA 519 - Grievance Handling and Arbitration
    • MBA 520 - History of Labor Relations
    • MBA 523 - Human Resource Management Workshop
    • MBA 524 - Labor Negotiations Workshop
    • MBA 525 - Employment Law
    • MBA 526 - Job Evaluation and Compensation Systems
    • MBA 527 - Women, Work and Dollars
    • MBA 530 - Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
    • MBA 531 - New Development in Human Resource Administration
    • MBA 532 - A Survey of Human Resource Administration
    • MBA 533 - Survey of Labor and Employee Relations
    • MBA 534 - Contemporary Issues in Employee Relations
    • MBA 537 - Employee Training and Career Development
    • MBA 538 - Organizational Change & Development: Opportunities for Human Resource Innovation
    • MBA 593 - Special Topics in Human Resource Management
    • MBA 595 - Individual Research

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