Master’s in Human Resource Management – Marshall University
The Master’s in Human Resource Management program is designed to provide students with skills in economics, psychology, sociology, management, and law. Instruction is provided in trade unionism, collective barging, and in legal and public policy issues that may relate to any of the preceding. These matters are examined academically within the contexts of social, economic, and political considerations; and are analyzed via the theoretical and empirical contributions of the social/behavioral sciences. The study of human resource management is based upon the knowledge and methods developed in a number of traditional areas of study. The major disciplines represented in the program are economics, psychology, sociology, management, and law. Coursework in related fields is available and encouraged.
Graduates of the Human Resource program are prepared for administrative positions in the private and public sector, labor unions, employee associations, and agencies concerned with employer-employee relations.
Students must meet one of the following admission requirements:
An undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution with an undergraduate Grade Point Average CGPA) of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale for all previously completed undergraduate coursework.
Applicants whose undergraduate GPA is below a 3.0 from a regionally accredited institution may be eligible for provisional admission to the program. If an applicant’s GPA is below a 3.0, they can include letters of recommendation, statement of purpose, resume, or any other material that could help make your case to the Admissions Committee.