M.C.R.P. (Master of City and Regional Planning)M.C.R.S. (Master of City and Regional Studies)M.C.R.P. / J.D. (Combined M.C.R.P. and Law Degree with Rutgers Law Newark and Camden campuses)M.C.R.P. / M.S. in Agricultural Economics (Combined M.C.R.P. and Master of Science in Agricultural Economics Program with Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences)M.C.R.P. / M.B.A. (Combined M.C.R.P. and Master of Business Administration Program with Rutgers Business School)M.C.R.P. / M.I.P. (Combined M.C.R.P. and Master of Infrastructure Planning Program with the New Jersey Institute of Technology)3-1-1 B.A. in Planning and Public Policy / M.C.R.P. (Fast-Tracked Dual-Degree Program allowing a student to complete his or her undergraduate and graduate credentials in five years)M.C.R.P. / M.P.P. (Combined M.C.R.P. and Master of Public Policy Degree Program with the Bloustein School's Public Policy Department)
The Master of Human Resource Management is intended for several groups of people including: (1) individuals who aspire to or who have already begun careers as Human Resources (HR) staff representatives, and (2) line managers desiring knowledge about the development and management of people. Students learn how organizations (1) design HRM systems to build a competent, committed workforce, and a flexible, integrated, cost-effective organization; (2) assess the effects of HRM policies and systems on organizational performance; (3) apply financial analysis, research methods, and software to the HRM decision process; and (4) combine work design, measurement, staffing, development, rewards, and governance systems into an integrated HRM system strategically linked to the business plan.