MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (GB70)
South Charleston campus
Mr. Wes Spradlin, Advisor
Graduate College 333
- AREAS OF EMPHASIS OFFERED:
- 30 to 36 credit hours.
- NORMAL TIME TO COMPLETE FOR FULL-TIME STUDENT:
- 2 years.
- PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
- The major disciplines represented in the program are economics, psychology, sociology, management, and law. Coursework in related fields is available and encouraged.
- PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:
- The Human Resource Management degree program is designed to prepare graduates for research and administrative positions in both public and private sector human resource management offices, labor unions, other employee associations, and agencies concerned with employer-employee relations. Graduate instruction is provided in human resource management; in trade unionism and collective bargaining; and in legal and public policy issues which may relate to any of the preceding.
- JOBS RELATED TO THIS PROGRAM:
- For more information, please click on the links below to the O*NET website supported by the U.S. Department of Labor.
- 13-1071.00 Human Resources Specialists Bright Outlook
- 13-1075.00 Labor Relations Specialists Bright Outlook
- 13-1141.00 Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists Bright Outlook
- 13-1151.00 Training and Development Specialists Bright Outlook
- 11-3121.00 Human Resources Managers
- 11-3131.00 Training and Development Managers
- 11-3111.00 Compensation and Benefits Managers
- APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR ADMISSION:
- Fall enrollment: August 1; Spring enrollment: December 1; Summer enrollment: May 1
- GRE OR OTHER TEST REQUIRED:
Courses on both South Charleston and Huntington campuses.