M.S. in Human Resource Management
The master of science in Human Resource Management program addresses the need for competent human resource managers with an advanced understanding of employee retention, development, succession planning, compensation, benefits administration, health care, retirement planning, pensions, finance and decision sciences.
The program combines the academic rigors of a master's degree with the practical skills needed to succeed in human resource management. You'll gain a strong theoretical foundation in the field while learning to apply practical application of theoretical concepts to the workplace. This program is offered exclusively online.
While some human resource master's degree programs focus on functional areas such as labor or industrial relations, RMU's program provides a more strategic focus, preparing graduates for careers as successful HR managers and executives and key members of an organization's leadership team.
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Master's College or University I
There are different types of financial aid funding available. Sources include federal government grants, loans and work study, state grants, insitutional and outside scholarships, and private loan funding. Robert Morris FASFA Code: 003359
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