This 15-month masters degree program equips mid-career HR professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to move into senior HR roles.
The online nature of the coursework allows you to complete the program from anywhere in the world without interrupting your career. The program starts in May and is made up of 2-week asynchronous modules with week-long on-campus residencies in August, March and July.
Throughout the program, students apply the concepts and tools they learn to real-time, strategic issues at their organizations via a capstone case project. The course content is aligned with each part of the project, such as business strategy, HR strategic tools, and the role of HR in organizational change.
Our hybrid online and in-person program lets you study for a master's degree without interrupting your career.
The EMHRM program provides students with a holistic view of the HR function.
The program's three one-week sessions of on-campus instruction are great opportunities to meet, learn from, and share best practices with the other HR professionals in your cohort. These are rigorous educational experiences during which you will learn from our faculty, attend workshops from world renowned HR practitioners, and build the relationships that will become the foundation of your professional network.
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Our faculty has vast interdisciplinary expertise in human resources and other facets of the world of work. Explore their areas of specialization and review their experience and credentials to understand the wealth of resources you’ll have at your disposal as a student in the program.
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If you're interested in advancing your career in HR, want to study alongside other curious HR professionals and with the world's leading faculty and practitioners, we encourage you to apply.
"If this program seems right for you, definitely give it a shot!" Professor Bradford Bell