Human Resource Management

Pete Springer

Rutgers MHRM Alumni and CHRS Student Research Fellow

Melissa Falciani

Rutgers MHRM Alumni
Former President of student SHRM chapter

As a student in the MHRM program, I learned not only from professors who are known and respected around the world, but also from current practitioners whose perspectives really add to the richness of the debate. The fact that classes are offered at night provides not only an opportunity to work and go to school, but the chance to learn from both professors and fellow students working in the field. Many students come to the program with 5, 10, 20 years of experience in human resources.

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.

HR Strategy

HR Strategy is one of the four required course areas for students in the Master of Human Resource Management Program. Students are required to take the following four courses in this area to receive their MHRM degree. 

HR Decision Making

HR Decision Making is one of the four required course areas for students in the Master of Human Resource Management Program. Students are required to take the following two courses in this area to receive their MHRM degree.

HR Functional Areas

HR Functional Areas is one of the four required course areas for students in the Master of Human Resource Management Program. Students are required to take the following three courses in this area to receive their MHRM degree. 

Managing Workforce Flow

This course addresses how organizations acquire and deploy human assets, both internally and through outsourcing. Issues discussed include turnover, socialization, retention, and downsizing.