Human Resource Management

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. 

Undergraduate Programs

Currently the  undergraduate programs offered by the Human Resource Management Department include a HRM Minor as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management degree.

Graduate Programs

The graduate programs offered by the  Human Resource Management Department include Master in Human Resource Management degree that can be pursued on either a full-time or part-time basis. A Global Executive Master's in Human Resource Leadership prepares individuals to assume senior HR positions in leading international corporations. In addition, the School of Management and Labor Relations offers a PhD in Industrial Relations and Human Resources program for those students seeking to go on to teaching or research.

Careers in Human Resources

An HRM minor or degree from Rutgers gives you skills that are recognized around the world, opening up a variety of career opportunities. The department also has a great track record placing students in internships and positions with great growth potential. 

Human Resource Management Faculty 

The Human Resource Management faculty Drawn from the world’s top HR experts, the Rutgers University Human Resource Management faculty is the most frequently published and cited faculty in the leading HR journals. In addition to their experience conducting research in the field, many faculty members also have significant HR consulting experience in today’s global business environment. 

Strategic HR Leadership Council

The Strategic Human Resource Leadership Council (SHRLC) was created to increase collaboration between the world-renowned HR faculty at Rutgers University and senior HR thought-leaders from many of the top global corporations.  Together, they identify the competencies and design the curriculum for the development of future HR leaders. The goal of SHRLC is to advance and shape the field of human resource management by means of this exceptional collaboration.

Continuing Studies

The Human Resource Management Department offers a number of Continuing Studies certificate programs in conjunction with the Labor Studies and Employment Relations Department or the Center for Management Development.