MBA - Human Resources Management

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The Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management program at Ashford University can help you expand your business management and leadership skills and your ability to affect organizational effectiveness. Learn more about the Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management program here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

Ashford University's Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management online program examines advanced business concepts in managerial communication, managerial marketing, managerial accounting, managerial economics, financial accounting and analysis, and operations management. As a student in this Forbes School of Business & Technology™ program, you will have the opportunity to study several areas of business law, including contracts, anti-trust law, employment law, environmental law, securities regulations, government regulations, and crimes and torts. You can also learn to apply business research methods and statistical techniques to address problems or issues in business, finance, management, and economics. Human resources management coursework explores training and performance development, strategies for effective human resource management, and compensation and benefits policies, systems, and practices.

How Can I Prepare?

If you'd like to apply to the Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management program, you should hold an accredited bachelor's degree. You may also have professional business or management experience. Some programs may have more specific requirements.

What are the Course Requirements?

The Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management is a 42-credit program; requirements will vary for students with transferrable credits. The program includes 33 core credits and nine specialization credits.

Business Administration - Human Resources Management Course Requirements

Course CodeCourse Name
Core Courses
BUS 600 Management Communications with Technology Tools
BUS 610 Organizational Behavior
BUS 620 Managerial Marketing
BUS 670 Legal Environment
MAT 540 Statistical Concepts for Research
BUS 591 Financial Accounting & Analysis
BUS 642 Business Research Methods & Tools
BUS 630 Managerial Accounting
BUS 640 Managerial Economics
BUS 650 Managerial Finance
BUS 644 Operations Management
Human Resources Management Specialization Courses
BUS 680 Training and Development
BUS 681 Compensation and Benefits
BUS 692 Strategies in Human Resources Management

Certain degree programs may not be available in all states.

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What Can I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

The Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management program is designed to offer you a solid background and general knowledge in business and management. As a graduate of the program, you could seek employment opportunities in government agencies, non-profit organizations, and businesses and corporations that have employees or utilize human capital.