Human Resource Management

Current Course Schedules | Master of Human Resource Management

FALL | SPRING | SUMMER

Fall 2014 

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Fay, Charles

HRM Student Organizations

Rutgers' HRM programs have an incredibly diverse student body from around the world, adding to the already rich international flavor of central New Jersey’s vibrant cities and towns. Campus life is further enriched by the many on-campus clubs and organizations at Rutgers. Some of the most popular Rutgers clubs and organizations with HRM students are listed below.

Continuing Studies

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Certificate

Undergraduate Programs

"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. 

HR Undergraduate Courses

37:533:301 Introduction to Human Resource Management (3)

Class Schedule & Syllabi | HRM Undergraduate

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Admissions | Master of Human Resource Management

Admission to the Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) program at the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations is competitive, and applications are received from around the globe. To ensure your application is considered for admission, please follow the guidelines carefully.

Application

To submit your application, go to the Rutgers Graduate and Professional Admissions website.

Courses | Master of Human Resource Management

Courses in the Master of Human Resource Management Program  are heavily focused on HR strategy and business fundamentals. Students are required to take 12 courses in four broad areas: HR Strategy, HR Decision Making, HR Functional Areas, and HR Context Areas. An additional four elective courses can help to customize their experience.