Human Resource Management

HRM Internship & Academic Credit

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Internships will only be considered for those pursuing the HRM major.

Master of Human Resource Management

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Master of Human Resource Management

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Human Resource Management Faculty

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Human Resource Management Faculty

Our human resource graduate program faculty bring real-world expertise into the online classroom – thereby bridging the gap between academic theory and practical applications. These most cited experts don’t just know HR, they help set the standards working closely with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM®) and other leading organizations.

Joseph R. Blasi, Ed.D., Harvard University

Professor Jessica Methot

Professor Methot shares her strategies for engaging students in the classroom during an interview "Inside the Teacher's Studio".

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Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Human Resource Management graduate students can take courses—taught by the most frequently published and cited HR faculty in the United States—toward one of two graduate degrees: the Master of Human Resource Management or the PhD in IRHR

We Write the Books

Our professors are leading researchers, who are dedicated to helping students conquer the challenges of human resource management.

Managing Human Resources

Human Resource Management by Professor David Lepak and Mary Gowan 
 

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Kenneth Weiss

Rutgers MHRM Alumni
Merck – Human Resources

Rick Rabjohn

Rutgers MHRM alumni
IBM – Human Resources

Undergraduate Programs

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"Prepare yourself for great career opportunities in a growing field."

Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management

The BA in Human Resource Management (HRM) is a joint degree from the School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) and the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS).  It is a multidisciplinary major that draws heavily from business strategy, psychology, economics, and sociology.  Students who are in good academic standing are eigible to declare the human resource management (HRM) major through SAS.