Executive MS in Human Resource Management

Curriculum

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Program Format

The Executive Master of Science in Human Resource Management (EMS HRM) is designed to meet the academic goals of the program. In the first year, the focus of the program is on fundamentals of HR, including staffing, people management, labor relations, and learning and development. The emphasis in the second year is on HR metrics and analytics, labor and employment law, as well as international aspects of Human Resource Management.

  • 20 Months; (8 week break during summer)
  • Evening Classes on Monday and Wednesday; 6:00pm – 8:45pm

The program is delivered in cohort model which means you progress through the program with the same group of classmates. The cohort becomes the core of your network, affording many opportunities for career advancement. Students usually develop strong personal and professional bonds with their classmates that are sustained throughout life.

Benefits of the Executive MS in Human Resource Management

Obtaining an advanced degree in Human Resource Management allows you to:

  • Align your skill set with HR competencies required of today’s HR leaders
  • Acquire advanced proficiency in people analytics and talent management
  • Solidify your capabilities relating to fundamentals such as employee benefits and labor relations
  • Expand your network of fellow HR leaders in the highly dynamic market of New York City

Sample Program Plan

 
Program Year 1
Trimester 1 MGT 9400 Human Resource Management
MGT 9301 Managing People and Organizations
Trimester 2 STA 9708 Managerial Statistics
MGT 9460 Labor Relations
Trimester 3 MGT 9470 Learning, Development, & Coaching
MGT 9392 Special Topics in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management: Management of Compensation
BUS 9551 Business Communication I
Program Year 2
Trimester 4 MGT 9392 Special Topics in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management: HR Metrics and Data Analytics
MGT 9392 Special Topics in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management: Human Capital and the Triple Bottom Line
LAW 9770 Labor and Employment Law
Trimester 5 MGT 9465 Collective Bargaining
MGT 9490 International Human Resource Management
    Total Credits: 30