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Strategic MBA - Human Resources Management

Strategic MBA - Human Resources Management Degree Requirements

Between 30 and 51 credit hours of coursework is needed to complete the Strategic MBA+ with a concentration in Human Resources Management.

The curriculum consists of four (4) foundation courses, seven (7) core courses, two (2) capstone courses, one (1) required elective. The human resources management concentration can be completed by adding on three (3) additional concentration courses. All classes are 3 credit hours. Students who have sufficient academic backgrounds may be eligible to waive the BUSI 6301, QMSC 6351, ACCT 6351, and/or ECON 6351 foundation courses.

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Required Foundation Course (12 hours)

Required Core Courses (21 hours)

Required Elective (3 hours)

Required Capstone Courses (6 hours)^

Optional Human Resources Management Concentration (9 hours)

Human Resources Management will provide a working knowledge of staffing, training and development to explore the fundamental aspects of human resources, planning and processes, in addition to business acumen. 

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has recognized the Strategic MBA+ in HR Management as being fully aligned with its curriculum standards. Stand out among your peers with a SHRM accredited degree!

Nine semester hours composed of the following required courses.

Total Program Requirements

Required Foundation Courses* 12 hours
Required Core+Capstone+Elective Requirements 30 hours
OPTIONAL Academic Concentration 9-12 hours

^MGMT 6359 and MGMT 6399 is offered in the fall or spring terms only, and requires participation in the case conference event, held during the semester of MGMT 6399 course enrollment. Information regarding the event will be provided in the course.

*Students who have sufficient academic backgrounds may be eligible to waive the BUSI 6301, QMSC 6351, ACCT 6351, and/or ECON 6351 foundation courses, thus reducing total credit hours needed to complete program requirements.

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