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The Baruch Executive MSILR students work full-time and attend school part-time. Students are employed in all three sectors (for-profit, nonprofit, and government).


The Executive MSILR students work full-time and attend school part-time. Students are employed in all three sectors (for-profit, nonprofit, and government). Sample employers over the years have included: Accenture, Avon Products, BBDO Advertising, Calvin Klein, Eastgate Hotel, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Jet Blue, JP Morgan Chase, Liz Claiborne, Merck, Motorola, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Municipal Credit Union of New York, New York Botanical Garden, and Verizon. Most alumni are HR Managers or Directors in their firms and many boast promotions upon graduation.

The Executive MSILR program provides students with a competitive advantage in the Human Resources and Labor Relations fields. Students graduate from the program with a solid foundation that will facilitate their HR/LR expertise and career advancement. Students leave the program with fond memories and friendships that last a lifetime.

Connie McCalla, MSILR ’97

VP of HR at Delaware County Community College

“The EMSILR degree has opened many doors to a very eventful and satisfying career in human resources and labor relations.”

James Gorman, MSILR ’00

Labor-side Attorney

“While in Law School, there were two aspects of EMSILR Program that I missed most. First, even though the majority of students in my cohort were HR Management professionals, I enjoyed a strange sense of camaraderie with them; and second, the professors of the program were truly exceptional.”

Maria Elizabeth Cueva, MSILR ’01

Affirmative Action/EEO Officer at Kingsborough Community College of CUNY

“I would just like to give my heartfelt endorsement of the EMSILR Program. It has really opened new doors for me in terms of my career growth and enriched my experience and knowledge in the areas of human resources, diversity management, and labor relations. The faculty’s generous support and recommendations have been invaluable in the achievement of my goals. Thank you!”

Brenda McIntyre, MSILR ‘03

Assistant Commissioner of Human Resources and Labor Relations, NYC Dept. of Health & Mental Hygiene

“The MSILR program provided me with the insight, guidance and knowledge I needed to grow in my career.”

Donna Cahill, MSILR ‘08

Vice President HR, Palisades Medical Center

"I chose Zicklin’s Executive MSILR program for a number of reasons, including the reputation of the college and the program. The Executive MSILR Program exceeded my expectations. The faculty were expert and supportive…and any program that serves dinner before class really understands the needs of working students!"

Roberta Murphy, MSILR ‘09

Associate Director, New York States Nurses Association

“As I was nearing graduation, my employer sought me out for a promotion. The MSILR program, which encompassed courses in management, collective bargaining, labor law and negotiation, was pivotal in preparing me for the leadership position I now have. I cannot thank you enough for this opportunity.”


. . . it is these aspects of the program that has given the Baruch Executive MSILR program its reputation for value and excellence!


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