MS in Human Resources Management

Graduates will earn a Master of Science in Management in Human Resources Management through a course of study that focuses on, among other topics, the staffing function of management including recruiting, training, motivation, and organizational development, developing policies and procedures, human rights legislation in the workplace, the termination of employment, and designing creative strategies to improve organizational effectiveness. Selecting, developing and retaining individuals that thrive on change can prepare companies for the future; with the Human Resources Management concentration, students learn the skills needed to hire and keep these individuals and address the issue of increasing productivity in the workplace. Our Human Resource Management Graduate Program prepares students to move ahead in their careers or start a new one. View the Master of Management with a concentration in Human Resources Management admission requirements.

Lasell also offers a Human Resources Management Certificate.

Core MS Curriculum
21 credits

MGMT 700
Twenty-First Century Global Leadership
3
MGMT 703
Strategic Information Management
3
MGMT 704
Financial Management 3
MGMT 705
Organizational Theory 3
MGMT 706
Marketing Management 3
MGMT 707
Operations Strategy 3
MGMT 798 Research Project Capstone 3
MGMT 799 Internship Project Capstone 3

Human Resources Management Concentration Courses
9 credits

COM 709 Conflict Resolution by Negotiation 3
MGMT 728 Human Resources Management 3
MGMT 731 Human Resource Law 3

Electives (Choose 2)
6 credits

Possible elective options (see all course options here):
MGMT 722 Housing and Long-Term Care Options 3
MGMT 742 Marketing Communications 3
MGMT 749 Ethical Theory in Management 3
MGMT 751 Business Strategy 3
MGMT 752 Change Management 3

View our complete graduate course descriptions.

Student Profile

LTC Jack McKennaMS, Communication; Integrated Marketing CommunicationLTC, US Army“In 2006, I was on patrol in Mosul, Iraq. It was around 130 degrees and I realized at that time I needed to do something else."  

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