Human Resource Management

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.

HR Context Areas

HR Context 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. 

Current Course Schedules | Master of Human Resource Management

FALL | SPRING | SUMMER

Fall 2014 

Professor Location, Day, Time Course Course Number Download
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."

Overview

Featuring the most frequently published and cited HR faculty in the United States, the Human Resource Management Department is dedicated to cutting-edge research and teaching in human resource management with a particular emphasis on the relationship between HR strategy and business success. 

We Write the Books that Shape the Field

 

 The Differentiated Workforce

Brian E. Becker, Mark A. Huselid, & Richard W. Beatty

Melissa FalicanoMelissa Falciani
Rutgers MHRM Alumni
Former president of student SHRM chapter