Master in Business Administration in Human Resources in North America

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Masters of Business Administration (MBA) are postgraduate degree programs in management, in their own league. The MBA is the traditional academic offer for management education. The universities answer to questions from business for a precise and profound qualification for the future and modern managers based on a standardized title. It is frequently shortened as MBA or M.B.A. and in opposition to the Master of Science (MSc) or the Master of Arts (MA) it without a doubt points to one program solely.

Students who would like to work in human resources management may want to pursue an MBA HR. This program prepares students with management and leadership skills so that they can effectively lead different groups of employees.

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Master of Business Administration (MBA): Emphasis Human Resource Management

National American University
Campus Full time Part time September 2018 USA Austin

A concentration in Human Resources Management prepares you for a vital role in any organization! These concentration courses are vital business classes focused on training and development programs, employee evaluations and compensation, and human resource law to prepare managers to make strategic human resource decisions. [+]

The Master of Business Administration program provides students with the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills in the field of business. Students may come from a business undergraduate degree or may elect to complete the foundational courses in order to ensure that all students enter the program with a solid background in the field of business. The core program courses provide students with an opportunity to enhance their analytical and practical skills in the areas of accounting, finance, economics, information systems, marketing, quantitative methods, and leadership. The emphasis areas provide students with an opportunity to tailor the program to help them to meet their specific career goals.... [-]


MBA in Human Resource Management

Meredith College
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Raleigh

Leaders in human resource management in Raleigh and beyond are critical to any organization's success. They're often the first and last impression a company makes on employees. As such, strong, knowledgeable, and ethical human resource management professionals are always in high demand. [+]

Go strong for human resource management.

Leaders in human resource management in Raleigh and beyond are critical to any organization's success. They're often the first and last impression a company makes on employees. As such, strong, knowledgeable, and ethical human resource management professionals are always in high demand.To meet the need for skilled professionals, the Meredith MBA now offers a human resource management concentration. The concentration is designed to complement the MBA's core curriculum (and to capitalize on Meredith's notable strength in the field). By completing an MBA with a concentration in human resource management, you'll enhance your career and create opportunities for professional advancement.Through Meredith's MBA program with HR in Raleigh, you'll learn to make strategic personnel decisions and the ins and outs of employee and labor relations. You'll become adept at attracting, motivating, and retaining the best talent for your organization. You'll become an even stronger business professional.To earn the concentration, you'll complete the 24-credit-hour Core MBA – along with three HRM electives for a total of 33 credit hours.... [-]


MBA in Human Resource Management

Northwest Missouri State University
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years June 2018 USA Maryville + 1 more

Northwest’s MBA program gives you an opportunity to be a business leader by developing skills in ethical decision making, financial planning, quantitative analysis, policy formulation and interpersonal relationships, as well as an understanding of the emerging global economy. The program focuses on developing business foundations and then applying this background to business problems in functional areas. You will discover how management skills are applied to achieving business and organizational goals. By learning how to recognize and solve operational problems, the MBA graduate obtains the maximum flexibility vital in today’s dynamic society and multinational environment. [+]

A master’s degree in Business Administration involves the study of management – that is, the process of organizing and directing resources, which includes people, finances, materials, and information.

Managers must not only understand these functions and their interrelationships but also how a rapidly changing marketplace affects them. As described by the Graduate Management Admissions Council, “the modern manager is a part forecaster, part problem-solver, part supervisor, and part personal example to others.” Northwest’s MBA program will help you prepare for the challenges you will face in the new millennium.

Northwest’s MBA program gives you an opportunity to be a business leader by developing skills in ethical decision making, financial planning, quantitative analysis, policy formulation and interpersonal relationships, as well as an understanding of the emerging global economy. The program focuses on developing business foundations and then applying this background to business problems in functional areas. You will discover how management skills are applied to achieving business and organizational goals. By learning how to recognize and solve operational problems, the MBA graduate obtains the maximum flexibility vital in today’s dynamic society and multinational environment. ... [-]


Business Administration/Human Resource Management dual degree (M.B.A./M.A.)

Marymount University
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Arlington

This dual degree program will prepare students for managing responsibilities in HR departments while enabling them to participate effectively in companywide discussions of broader strategic issues. [+]

Business Administration/Human Resource Management dual degree (M.B.A./M.A.)

Many students interested in graduate study in human resources are aware of the fact that broader business issues – economics, finance, and marketing – are driving many business decisions. In addition, many M.B.A. students recognize the advantages of an industry-specific degree. In response, Marymount offers a dual degree: the Master of Business Administration and Master of Arts in Human Resource Management.

This dual degree program will prepare students for managing responsibilities in HR departments while enabling them to participate effectively in companywide discussions of broader strategic issues. These degrees will prepare students for executive-level responsibilities in human resource departments by better enabling them to understand the business context within which human resource decisions are made. Graduates will be able to:... [-]


MBA in Human Resource Management

Tiffin University
Campus or Online Full time Part time 5 semesters September 2018 USA Tiffin + 1 more

The Human Resource concentration enables the student to integrate the knowledge and skills gained from the core coursework in the MBA program in order to address the issues [+]

Human Resource Management

The Human Resource concentration enables the student to integrate the knowledge and skills gained from the core coursework in the MBA program in order to address the issues and challenges faced by today’s human resource management professional. Students will benefit from exposure to theories and applications involved in acquiring and developing talented employees, managing the ongoing employer/employee relationship, and providing competitive advantages through strategic human resource policies and practices. People likely to be interested in the Human Resource Management concentration include mid-level HR professionals and managers who wish to advance in their professions and become strategic leaders in their organizations.... [-]