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Master of Science - Human Resource Management

The deadline to submit applications for COBA graduate programs is Friday, July 25, 2014.

The primary mission of the Human Resource Management MS degree program is to provide graduate students the opportunity to develop critical skills which will prepare them to become successful and competent Human Resource professionals.

People are the most important part of any business. Businesses who are leaders in their industry strive to put human resources as their top priority in developing strategy, marketing, or operational excellence. It takes talent, dedication, and an educated Human Resource staff to keep these businesses at the top of their game.

It is an exciting time to be involved in the field of Human Resources. Changing demographics, laws and regulations, and the continuing need to keep our existing workforce challenged and motivated establishes paramount goals for educated Human Resource professionals.

The Master of Science Degree in Human Resource Management is a 30-hour program that provides students opportunities to develop critical skills in areas such as research and job analysis, recruitment and selection, training and development, compensation and benefits, labor relations and organizational effectiveness. Students gain knowledge and skills that are applicable in business and not for profit entities including state and local governments and military organizations.

The MS-HRM program allows students the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in the Human Resource profession through the Stephenville campus' online program. Our faculty and staff will assist you with an education right from your desktop! We invite you to experience the online learning process so that you can be the most important resource to your organization!

To pursue this degree, you need a baccalaureate degree, acceptance to the College of Graduate Studies at Tarleton, internet access, basic computer skills, time that you can dedicate to completing the required course content, and the desire to complete an advanced degree that can provide opportunities for career advancement.